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Born first in the history of macaques-rhesus sperm from frozen testicles

a Procedure that involves the removal and freezing of immature testicular tissue with the subsequent implantation, led to the first live birth of a healthy monkey. This technique can theoretically help the boys goubernator period,...

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2019-03-24

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Officially confirmed the extinction of the first species of mammal due to global warming

Australian authorities have officially recognized the extinction of the first species of mammal due to global climate change. We are talking about reef mosaicisti rat (Melomys rubicola). A message in a new report, which the govern...

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2019-03-23

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Scientists have found differences between serial killers, male and female

the vast majority of serial killers are men, but there are also plenty of evidence that they can be women. Generally, the first serial killer in history can be considered a woman by the name , which made a lot of poisoning in Anci...

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2019-03-22

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Superconducting nanowires are planning to use to search for dark matter

One of the greatest scientific research of our time is the hunt for dark matter. Physicists believe that this substance fills the universe and think you can see evidence of this in how to spin the galaxy. The fact that galaxies ro...

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2019-03-21

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Discovered new species of snakes that can attack even without opening his mouth

People are already planning to move to other planets, although they have not fully explored their home. from the time researchers discover previously unknown species of animals — for example, recently in the African country of Gui...

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2019-03-19

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Boeing began upgrading after the disaster with 737 MAX

Boeing has started to update its software on its 737 MAX after French investigators have examined the data from the "black box" with one of the two fatal accidents involving the aircraft occurred in recent months. Last Sunday 737 ...

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2019-03-17

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The mysterious "Board of ethics" DeepMind will take control of General AI, if he appears

the Board of ethics was a carefully guarded secret since then, as Google purchased the company to develop artificial intelligence in 2014. However, the new report of Hal Hodson from The Economist sheds light on how did the Board o...

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2019-03-17

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Quantum experiments have shown that the objective reality does not exist

in 1961, physicist and Nobel laureate Eugene Wigner presented a thought experiment which demonstrated one of the least known of the paradoxes of quantum mechanics. The experiment shows how strange nature of the universe allows two...

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2019-03-13

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Scientists have renewed the activity of the cells of ancient mammoth

In 2010, on the coast of the Dmitry Laptev Strait in the far East of Russia were found well-preserved body of a mammoth named "Yuki". According to scientists, he died approximately 28,000 years ago, and until today his body was st...

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2019-03-13

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Scientists have found, what it consists of and why the need for green icebergs

most of the icebergs painted in white or blue, but in the early XX century, sailors discovered another kind of ice blocks — they have a green tint. Their unusual appearance has long puzzled scientists, because they couldn't find h...

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2019-03-08

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#video | How tyrannosaurs looked like, if they were actually covered with feathers?

Many people with childhood believe that almost all dinosaurs were covered in scales. This assumption is in the top ten of the ancient giants, because paleontologists have found evidence of most of them were feathered creatures. If...

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2019-03-08

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Mark Zuckerberg wants to build a device to read thoughts in the Facebook

For those who are seriously concerned that Facebook is too deeply into people's lives, recent comments Mark Zuckerberg made at Harvard should be a Wake-up call. During the nearly two-hour interview with a Professor from the law sc...

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2019-03-08

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CERN begins the hunt for dark matter

the European physical research laboratory, CERN said it plans a new search for particles associated with dark matter, which is believed to account for about 27% of the Universe. The experiment will be conducted where there is a La...

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2019-03-07

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Geologists found traces of predatory worms that lived before the dinosaurs

it is believed that 500 billion years ago the depths of the ocean was completely uninhabitable. The Mackenzie mountains in the far North of Canada, which had plates of an ancient seabed, prove the opposite — an ancient ecosystem t...

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2019-03-07

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There's new evidence that the sound still carries weight

a Trio of scientists at Columbia University have discovered new evidence that sound waves carry a lot. In his article published in the journal Physical Review Letters, Angelo Esposito, Rafael Krichevsky and Alberto Nicolis describ...

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2019-03-06

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What is really the size of the human footprint in Antarctica?

over the past decades humanity is trying to explore Antarctica. After the adoption of the Antarctic Treaty 1961 human activity on this continent began to be governed by the law, since scientists began to worry that the presence of...

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2019-03-06

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Destroy the asteroid turned out to be more complicated than previously thought

a Popular topic in movies — when the planet is approaching asteroid threatening to destroy all life, and a team of superheroes sent into space to blow it up. But approaching the asteroid, perhaps, harder to break than previously t...

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2019-03-05

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In the future people can boil alive like a "frog in boiling water"

People perfectly adapt to global warming of the air on Earth, and this has been proven by researchers from the University of California, Davis. They found that because of the slowness of the process, the people simply do not notic...

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2019-03-04

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Global warming has a chance to affect the fishing industry

Scientists have already managed to figure out how the gradual increase in temperature on the Earth will affect the glaciers, the global sea level and the animals themselves. It turned out that the consequences have already begun, ...

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2019-03-04

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The deep ocean turned into "bins" for plastic waste

Plastic waste heavily pollute the environment, and this process is very difficult to stop. Researchers from Newcastle University in the UK found that non-degradable garbage is not only on the surface of the Earth, but in the depth...

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2019-03-02

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