Link25 (303) – Going To Mars Edition

Posted by , Updated on July 7, 2018

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Since the internet is a relatively big place, and it’s easy to waste all of your time watching silly videos, every weekend, we here at List25 try to make your time wasting more efficient by stuffing 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos into one concise list. This week the highlights include everything from the girl who will be going to Mars in a few years to a couple well placed videos that are sure to make you chuckle. So, get ready because this is Link25 (303) – Going To Mars Edition.


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NASA is preparing a 17-year-old girl to become the first human to reach Mars

nasablueberryhttp://vt.co/sci-tech/space/nasa-is-preparing-a-17-year-old-girl-to-become-the-first-human-to-reach-mars/

It’s been years now since the scientific community has confirmed the disastrous effects humankind and its industries have on the world. With the acceleration of global warming, the polar icecaps melting, huge quantities of plastic dumped in the ocean, and mass deforestation, it’s fair to say our species has done more harm than good to the planet we call home.

So, what do we do? Well – it may be that we go the WALL-E route and just abandon the whole thing and find another planet entirely. But before we (click the image for the full story)

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Motherhood Can Make a Woman's Cells 'Older' by as Much as 11 Years

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Childbirth inevitably results in significant changes to a woman’s mind and body, but the ultimate lifelong consequences of motherhood could be far greater than we ever realized.

A new analysis of DNA collected from nearly 2,000 reproductive-age women in the US reveals that those who had given birth showed evidence of altered genetic markers suggesting they’d undergone significantly accelerated cellular ageing.

“We were surprised to find such a (click the image for the full story)



Photo: Featured Image - shutterstock, 15. pexels (Public Domain), 18. Peter H. Wrege, African Forest Elephant, CC BY-SA 3.0 , 21. shutterstock, 24. via instagram (Fair Use: Illustrative Purposes Only)

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