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Tea Lulic

Digital Journalist based in Toronto, Canada. Joined on Nov 12, 2006

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Torn Apart by its Own Tides: Massive Planet on a 'Death March'

WASP-12b, a massive planet outside of our Solar System, is slowly but surely walking towards its death as its host star is inflating its size and at the same time causing a rapid disruption of it.

NASA's WISE Mission Releases Stunning Cosmic Images

NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) captured magnificent cosmic activities such as the wispy comet, a bursting star-forming cloud, Andromeda galaxy and a faraway cluster of hundreds of galaxies.

Real-Life Iron Man: A Robotic Suit That Magnifies Human Strength 10-Fold

For many years, researchers have been expecting something like this to be available for the ordinary people. A real-life Iron Man or an exoskeleton robotic suit may help workers lift heavy loads and patients move damaged and prosthetic limbs.

Assemblying the Geometry of Music

Over the past couple of centuries, scholars have been fascinated with the connection between math and music. Now, three music professors have devised a new way for analyzing and categorizing music that takes advantage of the complex mathematics.

Can the New Food GPS System Help Us Eat Healthier?

A new food ranking system is ready to go for a trial. The Overall Quality Nutritional Index (ONQI) is designed to make your grocery shopping healthier or more confusing - that is depending on whom you ask.

Scientists Discover a 'Twin' Solar System

Astronomers have discovered a distant "twin" solar system, which looks very similar to our own, prompting scientists to believe that they are a step closer to discovering other habitable planets.

Alligator Blood May Lead to Powerful, New Antibiotics

Alligators are vicious animals who fight over their territories and mates on a daily basis. In the process, they become wounded, but their wounds never get infected. Scientists have been pondering about this for years and now they finally have the answer.

Seaside Air Carries Unhealthy Whiff of Ozone

It is come a point when what one thinks is healthy becomes unhealthy according to some. A new study says that breathing in seaside air is not so healthy afterall.

Study: Drinking Water May Have Little Benefit

According to a study released on Wednesday, there are a few benefits to drinking large quantities of water. Drs. Dan Negoianu and Stanley Goldfarb of the University of Pennsylvania performed a meta-analysis study on the benefits of drinking water.

Canada Derails UN Water Plan

According to international observers, recently Canada emerged as the pivotal nation behind blocking the United Nations Human Rights Council from recognizing water as a human right.

Virtual Games No Replacement for Real Exercise

Recently, Wii Sports and Dance Dance Revolution have become one of the most popular ways to get active. They get your children off the couch and involve them in some sort of physical activity, but is it enough?

Report Says Kids Have Too Much Homework

This week, the Toronto District School Board Program and School Services Committee will vote on staff recommendation on how homework should be assigned and defined. They say children are receiving too much homework right now.

Large Planets, Big Questions

The beginning and the end of star formation was never of major concern to astronomers. However, what happens in between was a mystery to be solved and today astronomers have developed a theory which might help explain this phenomenon.

Creating Tornadoes as a Power Source

Remember the good old days when seeing a tornado meant running in the opposite direction as fast as possible while screaming various curses and watching farm animals fly around? Well, they're over.

Fresh Attacks in Darfur Hamper Relief Efforts

According to the agencies, Sudan's region of Darfur has become incredibly dangerous for the humanitarian aid workers as gunmen have stepped up their attacks on aid workers and food convoys, disrupting relief aid to millions of people.

Eco-Friendly Hard Drives Available Soon

Eco-friendly products seem to be on everyone’s mind these days and that also includes the computer companies. The old hard-drives are out of fashion, or so the GreenPower Hard Drives manufacturer thinks.

Trip Down Memory Lane: Subotica (Part I)

Subotica is a town in former Yugoslavia (now Serbia) in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. It is located close to the Hungarian border and thus, the population consists of Hungarians, Serbians and Croatians.

The Origin of Humans: South-central Africa

Humans came from Africa. There were no Neanderthals or "hobbits" in human family tree. According to the new study, pattern of skull variations found around the world bolsters the "earlier species" theory.

Angola's Region of Land Mines not a Threat to Elephants

Angola has been known as one of the most dangerous zones in Africa because of the land mines that still litter the region. However, elephants that have decided to migrate to Angola have a strange ability: they're able to detect them.

Swift-Tuttle Comet Back This Year with its Glorious Meteor Shower

Perseid meteor shower is supposed to peak in mid August and create a spectacular show. Astronomers predict the display will be phenomenal because the Moon will not be in the way leaving just a dark sky with dozens of falling stars each hour.
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