Newsletter No. 49
Discover the Earth from a cosmic perspective
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Our r/DiscoverEarth subreddit continues to grow, and has reached 21,000 Earthlings!
Scientists finally finish decoding entire human genome, including unknown areas once thought to be ‘junk’. Medical discoveries in areas like aging, neurodegenerative conditions, cancer and heart disease are sure to follow. 🔗 Link
Deserts inhale and exhale water vapour through their surface, scientists say. “The wind flows over the dune and as a result creates imbalances in the local pressure, which literally forces air to go into the sand and out of the sand. So, the sand is breathing, like an organism breathes.”🔗 Link
Single-celled Lacrymaria olor attacks another cell:
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The Tasmanian Devil is an amazing critter!
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An ant in its colony is still a wild thing.
A bee in its hive is still a wild thing.
You, as you are this moment, in your own community, are still a wild thing.
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