Thanks, Evolution. They'll take it from here
The story starts with crescent-shaped sand dunes where wind and surface interacted...
Airbus aims to get its A321 XLR to market in 2023, analysts say, a full two years before Boeing's New Mid-Market Airplane
What could it be?
Every year, billions of gallons of ocean waterfall into the Earth at tectonic plate boundaries, then gush back out at hydrothermal vents
"Imagine taking a pile of metal five times larger than the Big Island of Hawaii and burying it underground"
We know of two theories that, when taken together, give a good description of the world around us, however...
An Earth impact from a space object is extremely rare however asteroids have hit the planet previously and caused significant damage. Just ask the dinosaurs...
An innovation may lead to lifelike evolving machines
But there are probably countless others just in the narrow patch of sky that the researchers were looking at