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The Earth Is Leaking Oxygen And We Don’t Know Why

A team of researchers from Princeton University discovered that our planet’s oxygen supply has dropped by 0.7 percent over the last 800,000 years. This discovery was made after studying air bubbles trapped inside ice cores collected in Greenland and Antarctica. These samples revealed that something has disrupted...
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