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County Bans ‘Dragon’s Breath’ Nitrogen Food Fad Popular On Social Media

Don't imitate a fire-breathing dragon by eating cereal or cheese puffs super-cooled with liquid nitrogen.

Frequent Fires Make Droughts Harder For Young Trees

Forests in the eastern United States may have had it easy compared to their western counterparts, with the intense, prolonged droughts and wildfires that have become typical out west in recent years...
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'Dragon's Breath' Liquid Nitrogen Treat Banned In Suffolk County [Video]'Dragon's Breath' Liquid Nitrogen Treat Banned In Suffolk County

A frosty treat made with liquid nitrogen is intriguing kids with imitating a fire-breathing dragon, but officials in Suffolk County have banned the dangerous eatible. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.

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Open-Air Urinals Installed in Tourist Hotspots Cause a Big Fuss in Paris [Video]Open-Air Urinals Installed in Tourist Hotspots Cause a Big Fuss in Paris

Paris’s latest landmarks have some locals up in arms... because they’re open-air urinals.

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Quantum Diamond Sensors Could Give Us a New Look Inside Our Bodies [Video]Quantum Diamond Sensors Could Give Us a New Look Inside Our Bodies

Quantum effects are measured in nanometers, which makes it difficult to study and observe without disruption. To overcome these issues, researchers have developed clever ways of indirectly observing..

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Oklahoma Department of Corrections Takes Aim at Journalists Over Execution Protocol [Video]Oklahoma Department of Corrections Takes Aim at Journalists Over Execution Protocol

Oklahoma hasn't finished creating a new execution protocol involving nitrogen gas and it`s unclear when executions will resume. Now, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections is taking aim at journalists..


Trendy "Dragon Breath" dessert comes with a few warnings [Video]Trendy "Dragon Breath" dessert comes with a few warnings

There are some concerns over a new dessert that is more like edible entertainment, thanks to liquid nitrogen.

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Trendy Trendy "Dragon Breath" dessert comes with a few warnings

There are some concerns over a new dessert that is more like edible entertainment, thanks to liquid nitrogen.

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Material Surrounding Distant Stars Shows Earth’s Ingredients ‘Pretty Normal’

The Earth’s building blocks seem to be built from ‘pretty normal’ ingredients, according to researchers working with the world’s most powerful telescopes. Scientists have measured the..
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Maintaining nitrogen level is key to healthy sweet potato crops

Saudi Arabia Industrial Gases Market to Cross $1.2 Billion by 2023: TechSci Research

saudi arabia industrial gases market to cross $1.2 billion by 2023: techsci research
Recovery in oil prices, growing investments in infrastructure sector coupled with various government initiatives such as Saudi Vision 2030 to fuel Saudi Arabia industrial gases market through..

Life on Mars: Curiosity Rover shares tweet of spending sixth year on Red Planet

NASA's Curiosity rover - a mission that has spotted evidence of liquid water as well as potential signs life and habitability on Mars - has completed six years on the red planet. "I touched down on..

In Pics: Following Akshay Venkatesh's Field Medal, we look at other Indian-origin legends who have made the nation proud

On Wednesday, Indian origin Australian Akshay Venkatesh became the receipient of the prestegious Fields Medal, which is considered by many as the Nobel Prize for mathematics. Akshay became the..

Identified: Exoplanets where life could develop like Earth

Scientists have identified a group of planets outside our solar system where the same chemical conditions that may have led to life on Earth exist. The researchers, from the University of Cambridge in..

Nawaz Sharif 'on the verge of kidney failure,' says Pak media report

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is reportedly 'on the verge of a kidney failure', and a medical board has urged for his immediate transfer to a hospital from Adiala jail in..

Supersonic aircrafts could be a terrible idea for the planet: Here's why

Scientists warn that the return of supersonic air travel, which was shelved with the retirement of the Concorde, will result in exponential carbon emissions and noise pollution in a new study that..

Early Earth's oxygen levels rose, fell several times, claims new study

Earth's oxygen levels rose and fell more than once hundreds of millions of years before the planet-wide success of the Great Oxidation Event about 2.4 billion years ago, a study has found. The..

Rajasthan government bats for nanotechnology to better farming sector

With the aim to reduce use of chemical in farming and double the income of farmers by increasing production and reducing expenditure, Rajasthan agriculture department is soon going to introduce..

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to study Jupiter's Great Red Spot

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope - the most ambitious and complex space observatory ever built - will be used to study Jupiter's Great Red Spot, shedding new light on the enigmatic storm that has been..

Mesolithic ancestors were fish, plant eaters, claims study

Humans during the Mesolithic era consumed fish and plants, scientists have shown for the first time, after analysing dental plaque of a tooth from the skeletal remains of a man. The remains of the..

Decoded: How dunes are formed on Pluto

Scientists have discovered dunes on Pluto that are likely to have been formed of methane ice grains released into its rarefied atmosphere. Detailed images of the dwarf planet's surface, captured in..

Tiny lab to search for alien life on Mars

Scientists have created a toaster oven-sized lab for a Mars rover that will drill beneath the surface of the red planet and look for signs of past or present life. The tiny chemistry lab called the..

Bacteria-coated broccoli sent to space

Scientists have sent broccoli seeds coated with a healthy dose of good bacteria to space in a quest to find a viable way for astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) to grow their own..

Truckers' Strike: Brazilian oil workers begin strike in new blow to government

Brazilian oil workers began a 72-hour strike on Wednesday in a new blow to President Michel Temer following a nationwide trucker protest that has strangled Latin America's largest economy for over a..

Oxygen presence in distant galaxy sheds light on early universe

After detecting a whiff of oxygen, astronomers have determined that stars in a faraway galaxy formed 250 million years after the Big Bang -- a rather short time in cosmic terms -- in a finding that..

China claims to have fixed its air pollution problem; Beijing witnesses more 'good air' days in 2017, says report

Beijing saw better air quality and more "good air" days in 2017, an official report said today, even as the Chinese capital, which bore the brunt of heavy air pollution for years, continues to be..

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