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Two nematode worms have come back to life after 42,000 years when they were frozen in permafrost during the Pleistocene age.
Vape clouds produced by e-cigarettes break down in seconds (but it takes 30 minutes for a cigarette)
While particles from conventional cigarette smoke linger in the air for upwards of 45 minutes, a study found that those stemming from e-vapor products evaporate within seconds, even indoors.
The stone tools were discovered at Shangchen in the southern Chinese Loess Plateau by a team that was led by Professor Zhaoyu Zhu of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Experts at Iowa University used the the Cassini space probe to uncover a powerful and constantly changing interaction between Saturn and Enceladus.