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Prof Joanna Haigh from Imperial College London explains why this gas has played a crucial role in shaping the Earth's climate.
The Explore Feed is now globally available and lets users discover stories beyond the friends and pages they already follow. To see it, visit the 'see more' section on Facebook's desktop site.
Among the spectacular pictures are infantrymen with a tank of the 11th Armoured Division, 3rd US Army advancing through a smoke-filled street in the German town of Kronach in April, 1945.
The incredible photos in Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Madagascar, were taken by professional photographer Paul Bertner, 33 from Kelowna, Canada.
The research, from experts at the University of Michigan, follows claims from Nasa last week that imagining Planet Nine does not exist generates more problems than it solves.
The drill will happen at 10:19 PST (18:19 BST/13:19 EST), during which time 20 million people – 10.2 million of which will be in California – will practice what to do if a quake strikes.
Consumer Reports, the New York-based ratings and review non-profit, ranked the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, unveiled back in March, as the top two devices in terms of performance.
Prehistoric people at Stonehenge in Wiltshire had lavish midwinter feasts where they dined on hog roasts and beef stew, according to finds displayed in the Feast! Food at Stonehenge exhibition.
JAN MOIR takes a look at some of the items which have revolutionised the way we live our lives, from the dishwasher and automatic washing machine, to the smart phone and satnav.
Scientists at Japan's Jaxa space agency have used data taken from the Selene lunar orbiter to confirm the existence of a 31 mile (50 km) long and 330 foot (100 metre) wide cavern on the surface of t
Researchers in Germany have documented a steep decline in flying insects at dozens of nature reserves. It is thought the decline could be caused by agricultural pesticides.
Jonathan (pictured) and Frederica have enjoyed regular mating sessions since 1991, but it's only recently that vets discovered the elderly's creature's sweetheart is actually male as well.
Flying insects have declined by more than 75% in 30 years in German nature reserves, alarming ecologists.
Ulster Bank has completed its roll-out of Salesforce Einstein CRM to arm its staff with insights and recommend actions
When Evelyn and Tony adopted Ryan at the age of seven, his special needs were not immediately apparent.
A Northern Arizona University study suggests that the dung of large dinosaurs contributed to the spread of fertility across the planet, effectively mixing nutrients.
New software animates still photos so that subjects can be made to smile and pull expressions.
In a co-ordinated dawn action on Friday, October 13, 1307, the king's men raided every religious house belonging to the unsuspecting Templars from Normandy to Toulouse.
The search giant has been working with NASA to include data from the Cassini mission, along with data from other missions.
In the study, researchers from the University of Illinois analysed data on mass killing events – or those in which four or more people were killed – between January 1, 2006 and October 4, 2006.
NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik took to Twitter to share footage of his hilarious recent experiments with a fidget spinner aboard the International Space Station.
A Northern Arizona University study suggests that the dung of large dinosaurs contributed to the spread of fertility across the planet, effectively mixing nutrients.
Cassini's latest discovery has revealed a toxic hybrid ice in a wispy cloud high above the south pole of Saturn's largest moon Giant cloud is at an altitude of about 100 to 130 miles.
Some accounts identified as part of Facebook's investigation into Russia's campaign meddling in the 2016 presidential election- used the social network's Messenger feature.
Scientists at Scripps Research Institute in Florida have developed a new therapy that they say may one day be a 'functional cure' for HIV, if it proves as effective in humans as it has in mice.
The ice giant planet will reach opposition on Thursday, bringing it to the closest point in its orbit to Earth. NASA says it will be visible in the night sky, and may be bright enough to see with th
A person's consciousness continues to work after the body has died, a study from New York University Langone School of Medicine finds. The findings echo the new Hollywood film Flatliners.
Deforestation in Borneo to make space for oil palm plantations has led to huge fires and left orangutans on the brink of extinction, but South-East Asian water monitor lizards have become more abund
Australians are in the top 10 leading 'binge racers' in the world as people find it harder and harder to stop watching their favourite new television shows.
Security expert Giovanni Mellini said he was able to hack into the Lovense manufactured Hush butt plug using his laptop and change the vibrate setting.
Bigelow Aerospace is working with United Launch Alliance to send an inflatable habitat to low lunar orbit by 2022 to provide a 'lunar depot' as well as a place for NASA to train astronauts.
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Researchers at the University of Liverpool, Maastricht University and King's College London found that a low dose of alcohol can improve bilingual speakers' ability to speak a second language.
Experts from Macquarie University in Syndey say the strategy protects sperm stored in special organs by females after their first mating, which the spiders incubate for the rest of their whole.

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