Planet

 · 2 min read

Four Friends Purchased a Deserted Florida Island for $65k and Turned into a $14M Paradise (all photos are from source 2)

Nestled off the coast of Tampa Bay, Florida lies Pine Key Island. A once deserted and forgotten island, this new paradise symbolizes entrepreneurship and a collaborative endeavor. What started as a simple joint venture by four friends armed with a dream and $65,000 has become a $14 million success.1 Their story has captured the hearts […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

 · 9 min read

30 Smartest Animals in the World

Science has led to incredible realizations about the world around us, including some of the world’s smartest animals. Here are 30 animals known for their incredible intelligence and abilities. 1. Intelligent Animals can Empathize Elephants are among the world’s smartest animals for several reasons. First, they seemingly feel things like empathy, self-awareness, and mourning. Second, […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

Doomsday Clock Still 90 Seconds to Midnight in 2024 Update

The world inches closer and closer to disaster – according to the Doomsday Clock. Now resting at a mere 90 seconds away from midnight, a myriad of factors are responsible but this is the closest to midnight the world has ever been (and has been since January of last year). The clock was established in […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

 · 3 min read

Upcoming Solar Eclipse Could Lead to Over 1,000 Car Crash Deaths, Study Warns

It’s common knowledge now that there’s a total solar eclipse approaching on April 8. But researchers are sounding alarms about the potential hazards on the road eclipses bring. Insights from the 2017 total solar eclipse indicate a troubling surge in fatal car accidents during similar astronomical (and astrological) events. An analysis done by the University […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

 · 1 min read

What Would It Look Like If Birds Left Tracks In The Sky?

If you were to sit outside on a clear day, you would undoubtedly see numerous birds flying about – some individually and some in flocks. To the untrained eye, it may seem as though the flight patterns of these birds is random and without meaning, but a closer look reveals that birds flying overhead are […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate

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Mexican Engineer Uses Recycled Plastic to Build Earthquake Resistant Houses

According to reports from Intelligent Living, an electrical and mechanical engineer from Mexico, Ramón Martín Espinosa Solís, has developed a new building material called Eco Plastico Ambiental that allows the construction of homes resistant to seismic movements from the earth [1].  The future is now. Earthquake resistant houses are not a new concept. Many construction […]

Penelope Wilson

Penelope Wilson

The Hearty Soul Team

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This Shelter Cat Got Solitary Confinement For Helping Other Cats Escape

Employees at the Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston, Texas have been encountering a unique problem for the past several months: the door to the shelter’s senior cat room kept mysteriously opening, allowing the cats inside to wander around the shelter. What was going on? Was it an inattentive worker, a ghost, or something […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate

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People Have Just Learned What Koalas Sound Like, And It’s Not How You’re Imagining It

Every now and then, the Internet “discovers” something you just sort of assumed everyone knew.  Like, for example, that pufferfish inflate themselves with water and not air. It seems logical that people would assume that fish – which famously remain underwater when they are not dead – fill up with water when they inflate themselves.  But apparently vast swathes […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Founder of The Creative Palate

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Teen Scientist Creates SMART Armor Shield To Help in Radiation Treatment

Macinley Butson was the first Australian to win first place at the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair in nearly 68 years.  She invented armor with the aim to protect patients from excess radiation during breast cancer. Her hard work payed off and her invention has great potential, with experimental models showing the armor reducing […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Founder of The Creative Palate

 · 3 min read

The Atlantic Ocean Could Be Swallowed by a Terrifying ‘Ring of Fire’

Recent research has unveiled a looming peril for the Atlantic Ocean—a subduction zone hiding beneath the Gibraltar Strait, set to work its way into the Atlantic Ocean.1 This subduction zone, known as the Gibraltar arc or trench, has been slowly but surely migrating west, starting around 30 million years ago in the Mediterranean. Seemingly dormant, […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer