Regardless if we're paying attention, science advances every day. This week in particular was a particularly big week for millipedes. Read on some scientific discoveries you may have missed…

Carbon-neutral fuel might be a reality

Scientists have built a plant that can produce fuel from sunlight and air Scientists have created a plant that produces carbon-neutral liquid fuels using sun and air. They are planning to scale up to expand production. CRACKED.COM

Source: Nature

Why you shouldn't throw away tires in oceans

Discarded tires are killing hermit crabs Tires that end up on the ocean floor become traps for hermit crabs, without a way for them to get out. CRACKED.COM

Source: CNN

Jurassic Park gets a new dino

A new dinosaur species has been discovered only The bones of the newly named Brighstoneus simmondsi were discovered in 1978. As the study author's explains, It's quite common, if not more common, these days to discover new dinosaurs in museum basements rather than out in the field. CRACKED.COM

Source: CNN

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Be nice to yourself for your physical health

Practicing self-compassion is good for your health Even when controlled for physical activity, smoking and depressive symptoms., women between 45 and 67 who practiced self-compassion had lower risk of cardiovascular disease. CRACKED.COM

Source: ScienceDaily

We discovered the creature with the most legs

The first true millipede has been discovered Scientists have discovered the first millipede that actually has more than a thousand legs. The 3.7 inch invertebrate with 1,306 legs has more legs than any other known creature on Earth. CRACKED.COM

Source: CNN

We found a great reason to not time travel

Researchers found the largest bug to ever live A fossil of a millipede that would have been 22 inch wide, 8.6 foot long, 110 pound was found in Northern England. The giant bug would have lived during the Carboniferous Period around 326 million years ago. CRACKED.COM

Source: CNN

We're closer to getting vaxxed for HIV

Scientists are closer to finding a HIV vaccine Using the same technology found in successful COVID vaccines, researchers are making promising progress using animal tet subjects. CRACKED.COM

Source: ScienceDaily

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