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Japan earthquake fault may have slipped some 40 metres
The massive earthquake - one of the largest ever recorded - that struck Japan last week appears to have moved the area of fault by about 40 metres and not as large as expected, according to a researcher of the University of California. ANI

Japan quake aftershocks could go on for years, says expert
An expert has warned that people in Japan should brace for aftershocks from devastating earthquake because it could go on for years, though they'd get weaker as time goes on. ANI

'It's time to get ready for human mission to Mars'
It is time to head to Mars, says a group of astrobiologists at Washington State University and Arizona State University. ANI

Global warming may severely impact U.S. naval forces
A Texas A and M University researcher has said that changing global climate due to on-going and projected warming could severely impact U.S. naval forces worldwide. ANI

Genius linked to prenatal exposure of higher levels of testosterone
A new study from University of Alberta has said that being bright is linked to prenatal exposure of higher levels of testosterone. ANI

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