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Ancient ocean greenhouse data may help predict Earth's future climate
Prehistoric greenhouse data may assist scientists in estimating earth's future climatic conditions, a new study has suggested. ANI

Simple reminders of God can restrain people from pursuing personal goals
Simple reminders of God in daily life can limit and influence people's impetus to pursue personal goals but at the same time provides them with the ability to resist temptation, a new study has suggested. ANI

New galaxy collision rate falls between previous estimates
Astronomers have revealed that the merger rate of galaxies over the last 8 billion to 9 billion years falls between previous estimates. ANI

Human development, not numbers, matters for global sustainability
Amid concerns over the rapidly growing human population, an international team of experts have argued that it is not simply the number of people that matters but more so their distribution by age, education, health status and location that is most relevant to local and global sustainability. ANI

Burmese Python may harbour human heart disease cure
Scientist have identified three fatty acids involved in the extreme growth of Burmese pythons' hearts following large meals, which they believe could help in treating diseased human hearts ANI

Curiosity helps boost students' academic performance
Curiosity plays a big part in students' academic performance, a new study has suggested. ANI

Dream reading comes closer to reality
A study suggests that when people dream they are performing a particular action, a part of their brain involved in the planning and execution of movement lights up with activity. ANI

3 new planets and mystery object discovered outside solar system
An international research team of astronomers have discovered three new planets- each orbiting its own giant, dying star -outside our solar system. ANI

Daily aspirin can cut cancer risk by 60pc
A new study by British researchers has revealed that taking aspirin regularly can cut the long-term risk of cancer. ANI

Volcanic eruption in Greenland created life on earth 3.8 billion years ago
Mud volcanoes in Greenland, which erupted 3.8 billion years ago, were the source of life on Earth, according to a new study. ANI

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