- End Of All Life On Earth - A Billion Years From Now - Can It Be Avoided - And
- Many people worry about the possibility of the end of all life on our planet. However, the Earth is by far the most habitable planet in our solar system and there's no reason to expect that to change for hundreds of millions of years.
- Extraordinary 'missing link' fossil fish found in China
- For example, we have perfect intermediate fossil forms that bridge the gap between between fishes and amphibians (such as Gogonasus), between reptiles and mammals (such as Cynognathus) and between dinosaurs and birds (such as Archaeopteryx).
- Earthquake Exhibit At California Academy Of Science Features Quake Stimulator
- Ever wondered what it felt like to be in the midst of the catastrophic 1906 earthquake? Now you can experience the historic event yourself, courtesy of the California Academy of Science.
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