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Ghostly neutrino will be able to detect secret nuclear tests

Ghostly neutrino will be able to detect secret nuclear tests

States that want to conduct secret testing of nuclear weapons one day will be revealed with the help of an antineutrino. Nuclear explosions emit huge quantity of light of sub-atomic particles can travel great distance through the ...

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2018-08-20

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In a world of huge problems with the electricity. Back to nuclear reactors?

In a world of huge problems with the electricity. Back to nuclear reactors?

back in 2009, Simon Irish, the investment Manager out of new York, have discovered a method by which, in his opinion, it was possible to change the world. Irish saw that the entire world is in need of enormous number of projects i...

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2018-08-18

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Scientists suspected phonons in the possession of the mass and negative gravity...

Scientists suspected phonons in the possession of the mass and negative gravity...

the Three physicists at Columbia University have made a splash with his new theory of the phonons, they assume that these particles can have negative mass and therefore negative gravity. Angelo Esposito, Rafael Krichevsky and Albe...

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2018-08-18

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The new approach keeps the liquid from freezing at very low temperatures

The new approach keeps the liquid from freezing at very low temperatures

Scientists from the Massachusetts center for the application of technology in medicine (MGH-CEM) has developed a simple method of maintaining of water and solutions on the basis of water in the liquid state at temperatures much sm...

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2018-08-12

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Scientists have found a way to structurally strengthen the graphene twice

Scientists have found a way to structurally strengthen the graphene twice

graphene is a two-dimensional modification of carbon with a thickness of a single atom with a crystal lattice of hexagonal form. Scientists are very interested in this material because it has several properties that make it practi...

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2018-08-10

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The rate of expansion of the Universe is a big question. Why physics can't cope?

The rate of expansion of the Universe is a big question. Why physics can't cope?

the next time you eat a muffin with berries, think about what happened with blueberries in the dough as baking sweets. Blueberries were in the same place, but with the expansion of scones berries began to move away from each other...

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2018-08-09

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LEGO started making blocks of plants

LEGO started making blocks of plants

the Danish toy manufacturer LEGO, like other successful companies, today, cares about the environment. In the framework of this initiative, the company plans by 2030 to manufacture most of its products and packaging using environm...

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2018-08-06

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CRISPR helped to create a new kind with one giant chromosome

CRISPR helped to create a new kind with one giant chromosome

At least the last 10 million years each yeast cell used for the production of beer or bread, had 16 chromosomes. But today, thanks to technology and masters CRISPR DNA from China, we have a live yeast… with one chromosome. F...

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2018-08-04

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Physics turned a microwave into the plasma generator

Physics turned a microwave into the plasma generator

from school it is known that the substance has 3 main aggregate States – solid, liquid and gaseous. But few people remember that there are others. For example, the state of the plasma. To it is not so easy, however, a group of phy...

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2018-08-03

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The oldest forms of life on Earth more than the stars in the Universe

The oldest forms of life on Earth more than the stars in the Universe

In the Earth's atmosphere circulates an astonishing number of viruses, and falls out of it, that is the conclusion reached by scientists from Canada, Spain and the USA. Bacteria and viruses into the atmosphere with small particles...

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2018-07-31

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Russian scientists claim that the raised 40000-year-old worms, buried in the ice

Russian scientists claim that the raised 40000-year-old worms, buried in the ice

a Group of Russian scientists is perfectly fit to the film by John carpenter. They claim to have discovered ancient worms-nematodes buried in the Siberian tundra who were able to play, after 32 000 years in permafrost. If this dis...

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2018-07-28

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The theory of multiple universes. Where science ends and fiction begins?

The theory of multiple universes. Where science ends and fiction begins?

the universe where there have always been and always will be. At least so we were told, and so it follows from the word "universe". But whatever the true nature of the Universe, our ability to gather information about it is fundam...

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2018-07-27

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Scientists have created water-soluble plastic

Scientists have created water-soluble plastic

the Problem of pollution with plastic waste and their derivatives is particularly acute the first year and many scientists from around the world are trying to solve it. However, it is possible that a group of Chilean scientists ha...

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2018-07-26

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The oceans became acidic over 14 million years

The oceans became acidic over 14 million years

the Study by researchers at Cardiff University showed that while maintaining the level of carbon dioxide emissions, acidification of the ocean will reach unprecedented levels. Ocean acidification occurs when CO2 from the atmospher...

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2018-07-26

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"Foam of space-time" does not slow down neutrinos: they move at the speed of light

Intergalactic race between light and quirky subatomic particle called the neutrino . It suggests that high-energy neutrinos, which are so light that act like you have no mass, followed by a basic rule of physics: massless particle...

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2018-07-23

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The resources of the Earth came to the outside due to overcrowding? As it is not so

The resources of the Earth came to the outside due to overcrowding? As it is not so

In a recently published work in Nature Sustainability group scientists concluded that the Earth can support, at best, only 7 billion people on the subsistence level (and in this June we had already 7.6 billion). Achieving "a high ...

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2018-07-18

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Between two Japanese volcanoes found connection underground

Between two Japanese volcanoes found connection underground

for the First time in history, scientists have found evidence that a radical change of a volcano in southern Japan were a direct result of the eruption of another volcano 22 kilometers away. Monitoring these two volcanoes, Aira, a...

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2018-07-16

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Year ago from Antarctica broke off a huge iceberg. What happened to him during this time?

Year ago from Antarctica broke off a huge iceberg. What happened to him during this time?

Almost a year ago Antarctic glacier Larsen has created iceberg A-68, one of the largest blocks of ice from everyone that knows the story. Video made using satellite imagery, shows a split, separation and the subsequent journey of ...

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2018-07-12

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The beginning of neutrino astronomy it should be: Antarctic station accurately tracked the birthplace of neutrino

The beginning of neutrino astronomy it should be: Antarctic station accurately tracked the birthplace of neutrino

the Scientists were able to trace the movements of the elusive particles up to her space of the Motherland, bright galaxies 4 billion light years. This is huge news: did this for the first time in the history of space exploration....

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2018-07-12

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Greatest mysteries: what is consciousness?

Greatest mysteries: what is consciousness?

What is consciousness? Yes, actually, everything. This melody stuck in my head, the sweetness of chocolates, throbbing pain from a toothache, wild love, knowing that all the feelings ever fade. The origin and nature of these exper...

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2018-06-27

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