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Mother Earth seems to have a love/hate thing going on with humans. While the planet we call home has all the essentials we need for life, it also has some nasty — and deadly — surprises.
The genetic material from two parents combines to form a child. Can we throw a third set of genes into the mix?
There's a great need for people to donate their bodies to science but not many people think about doing it. What happens to your body after you make that decision?
Every year during tornado season, we see devastating effects of twisters in flat regions. But what about mountains? Do tornadoes steer clear of mountainous landscapes?
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Can a baby have three parents?
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Do tornadoes really avoid mountains?
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For the past several decades humans have made serious attempts to harness the power of the sun. But where could you place enough solar panels to power a whole city -- or maybe even the entire planet?
We know how drone strikes are supposed to work: After careful monitoring, the bad guy is targeted and taken out. The reality is often much hazier — and deadlier.