A Supernova For Breakfast (Almost)

A Supernova For Breakfast (Almost)

Iron makes up less than one one-hundredth of one percent of the human body. Most adults contain just a few grams of this micronutrient. Despite its small presence in humans, it’s essential to our lives. Without it, oxygen can’t get from the lungs to the rest of the body. Iron also plays a key role

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How Could We Have Oceans of Acid?

How Could We Have Oceans of Acid?

As far as we can tell, the ocean has been slightly basic for hundreds of millions of years. However, that seems to be changing, and the culprit may surprise you. Everyone has heard of carbon dioxide. It’s the thing we breathe out, what plants crave, and there’s this thing called the greenhouse effect which you’ve

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