Dreevoo.com | Online Learning and Knowledge Sharing
 
Home | News | Science and nature
Guest
Click to view your profile
Topics
Programs
Languages
Recipes
Home
Shortcuts
 
 

Science and nature

   
Displaying 1-16 of total 48
 
 
A never seen before cat on camera in Himalayas
 

A never seen before cat on camera in Himalayas

 Science and nature  30th October 2012 | Author: mat

A sneaky, thick-furred Pallas cat has been caught in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan for the very first time, how great is that?

Coldest place on Earth
 

Coldest place on Earth

 Science and nature  16th December 2013 | Author: mat

Scientists have recorded the new lowest temperatures on Earth since the record from 1983. And let me tell, the numbers are breathtaking low.

Why the zebra has stripes
 

Why the zebra has stripes

 Science and nature  10th February 2012 | Author: mat

The Jungle Book author Rudyard Kipling did explain how the leopard got its spots and camel its hump, but he never answered how the zebra got its stripes.

Global warming makes animals shrink
 

Global warming makes animals shrink

 Science and nature  3rd November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

It has been known for years, that some mammals decreased in size significantly during the two ancient global warming events. The same thing could happen as a result of human caused global warning.

Glacieres in Himalaya are melting slower as expected
 

Glacieres in Himalaya are melting slower as expected

 Science and nature  21st February 2012 | Author: mat

A new study shows, in years 2003-2010 about 4 billion metric tons of  Himalayan glacier's ice melted away, that's less then 10 percent of the amount that was predicted before.

Naked mole rats feel no pain
 

Naked mole rats feel no pain

 Science and nature  16th December 2011 | Author: mat

Naked mole rats are tough little buggers, according to latest research, they don't feel any pain from acid.

Rex, the world's most high-tech humanoid
 

Rex, the world's most high-tech humanoid

 Science and nature  6th February 2013 | Author: mat

Rex is the most advanced humanoid in the world and it was shown to the public yesterday in London. It has a beating heart and eyes that can see. Meet Rex and its human doppelganger with bionic arm.

7.4 cubic km of ice crashing into the ocean
 

7.4 cubic km of ice crashing into the ocean

 Science and nature  13th December 2012 | Author: mat

The largest iceberg calving ever documented on a film, imagine the Manhattan breaking apart in front of your eyes.

Pale octopus and other new species found
 

Pale octopus and other new species found

 Science and nature  4th January 2012 | Author: mat

Various new species found in deep sea near Antarctica, living in temperatures of 752F.

The North Pole has melted into a lake
 

The North Pole has melted into a lake

 Science and nature  25th July 2013 | Author: TheDude

You would expect the North Pole to be all white, covered in snow and cold, but not at the moment, as the North Pole literally turned into a lake. Global warming or natural process?

Blue whales are great underwater acrobats
 

Blue whales are great underwater acrobats

 Science and nature  30th November 2012 | Author: KimmyK

Scientists have found that the largest animal in the world performs underwater acrobatics to successfully catch the huge amounts of their prey which really is amazing considering its size.

Why should large meat eaters be preserved
 

Why should large meat eaters be preserved

 Science and nature  10th January 2014 | Author: KimmyK

We are losing our top large predators as their numbers are constantly falling bringing many species to the very edge of extinction, which has been causing harmful reactions across the landscapes and food chains.

New terrifying dinosaur found in North America
 

New terrifying dinosaur found in North America

 Science and nature  22nd November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

Breaking news! A new species of predatory dinosaur, that probably terrorized the mighty T-Rex has been found in North America.

Giant squid recorded on a video for the first time ever
 

Giant squid recorded on a video for the first time ever

 Science and nature  8th January 2013 | Author: mat

This is huge, Discovery channel announced that they recorded the first ever video footage of a giant squid in its natural habitat and it will go on air in less than a week. Here is a part of that footage.

Huge step made in understanding touch sensations
 

Huge step made in understanding touch sensations

 Science and nature  30th December 2011 | Author: mat

A breakthrough color-coding technique has been developed to give neuroscientists a tool for studying the mysterious touch sense.

Guy implants a huge chip into his arm
 

Guy implants a huge chip into his arm

 Science and nature  2nd November 2013 | Author: mat

Biohacker implanted what is probably the first ever computer chip implant that can monitor, record and transmit his biomertics. And he did it without the help of certified doctor.

 
   
Displaying 1-16 of total 48
 
 
Categories
Environment and health Environment and health
Technology Technology
Space Space
Interesting Interesting
Science and nature Science and nature
 
online learning made for people
Dreevoo.com | CONTRIBUTE | FORUM | INFO