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Chinese tokamak plasma heated to 100 million degrees Celsius

Chinese tokamak plasma heated to 100 million degrees Celsius

using the experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST), which is called Chinese "artificial sun", the physicists were able to heat plasma to 100 million degrees Celsius (which is 6 times hotter than the core of our star) a...

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2018-11-14

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The greatest mystery of the Universe: what is space-time?

The greatest mystery of the Universe: what is space-time?

"what is it made Of space-time?" asks physicist Aron wall from the Stanford Institute for theoretical physics. In the past there is no physics in different ways trying to make sense of the riddle of space-time, treating it not jus...

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2018-11-10

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A computer algorithm has recreated the sound of the sunrise on Mars

A computer algorithm has recreated the sound of the sunrise on Mars

Scientists are well aware of the Mars — especially his appearance. But the sound is much harder to see on this red planet and even more to listen to. We just don't have powerful microphones able to hear the noise of the wind on th...

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2018-11-10

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The ninth planet. Does it exist in reality? It seems that no

The ninth planet. Does it exist in reality? It seems that no

Our Solar system may be the closest part of the Universe to us, when viewed from the Earth, but even in her backyard, waiting for us many surprises. It took several thousand years before we understand how the planets revolve aroun...

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2018-11-09

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Can a trip back in time to destroy the Universe?

Can a trip back in time to destroy the Universe?

we All wanted to go back in time. Everyone had something that could be done correctly, a mistake that could have been prevented, lives that could be saved, or a nightmare that I would like to unsee. It would seem that you come bac...

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2018-11-09

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"Star of the Big Bang": a mysterious object that may be in our galaxy

"If we correctly understand, there may be stars with low mass, having a composition exclusive of the Big Bang," says astrophysicist Kevin Schlaufman from Johns Hopkins University. "Although we did not find such an object in our ga...

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2018-11-09

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Why not build a space telescope directly at the moon?

Why not build a space telescope directly at the moon?

If you want to get the most pristine, cleanest images of our Universe, it is best to leave the Earth. Here, on our planet, you can find a whole bunch of various effects, which prevent our visualization. Light pollution limit the r...

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2018-11-08

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Antigravity possible? Science promises to figure it out very soon

Antigravity possible? Science promises to figure it out very soon

One of the most amazing facts in science is how the universal laws of nature. Each particle is subject to the same rules and experiences the same force exists in the same fundamental constants, regardless of where and when. From t...

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2018-11-08

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"Bacteria schrödinger": a miracle of quantum biology?

the Quantum world is very strange. In theory and in practice, to a certain extent, the principles of the quantum world require that the particle could be in two places at once — this is a paradoxical phenomenon known as a superpos...

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2018-11-08

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Scientists will change kilogram weight to avoid accidents

Scientists will change kilogram weight to avoid accidents

In today's world, when every day scientists are developing new technologies in the fields of medicine, aerospace and military Affairs, even the slightest deviation from the standards of the international system of units SI can be ...

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2018-11-07

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Nanorobots to treat diseases was first introduced in the human eye

Nanorobots to treat diseases was first introduced in the human eye

researchers from the Institute for intelligent systems max Planck in Stuttgart is now one step closer to creating microbots for the treatment of various diseases. At the moment, they have already successfully tested a miniature ro...

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2018-11-07

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As your digital incarnation will live after your death? Will you?

As your digital incarnation will live after your death? Will you?

Digital life after death may soon become a reality. But if you need it? Accumulation of data that we create, may soon make possible digital avatars that will live on after us, after our death, consoling loved ones, or sharing the ...

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2018-11-05

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Danish physicists have questioned the detection of gravitational waves

Danish physicists have questioned the detection of gravitational waves

the First direct detection of gravitational waves was revealed to the world on 11 February 2016 and has generated headlines around the world. For the opening in 2017 of physics received the Nobel prize and launched a new era of gr...

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2018-11-01

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CRISPR is it safe 100 percent? Scientists say no, but offer solutions

CRISPR is it safe 100 percent? Scientists say no, but offer solutions

genome Editing with CRISPR-Cas9 — is not only a promising tool for research, but the key to developing new treatments for what we few days. But is there a danger in the application of CRISPR? This question was asked and scie...

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2018-10-31

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CRISPR opens the way for a new method of treatment —

CRISPR opens the way for a new method of treatment — "genomic surgery"

the Notorious editor of the CRISPR-Cas9 was a breakthrough in genetics. With his help I made a few discoveries. It also marked the beginning of the phenomenon of "gene therapy". However, the group of doctors from the University of...

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2018-10-30

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The resurrection of extinct species will start from the passenger pigeon

The resurrection of extinct species will start from the passenger pigeon

When in 1914 at the Cincinnati zoo died the passenger pigeon Martha, began the end of a great era. Once the dominant species in Eastern North America, the passenger pigeon was a forest inhabited by huge flocks, up to several billi...

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2018-10-30

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In simple words: what is superstring theory?

In simple words: what is superstring theory?

Today, the scientific picture of the world develops in such a way that our Universe operates two sets of laws — the General theory of relativity, which explains the beautiful work of gravity, and quantum mechanics, which describes...

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2018-10-29

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Like looking for aliens? What puzzles and problems facing SETI

Like looking for aliens? What puzzles and problems facing SETI

If the aliens are trying to talk to us (or if not trying), Jill Tarter will find them first. She established the Institute of search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) in 1984 and headed its research center for many years. I...

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2018-10-27

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Honda and MIT work together to create AI that is fully self-study

Honda and MIT work together to create AI that is fully self-study

In the field of artificial intelligence and so-called deep machine learning there is already a lot of groundwork. However, all the currently available self-learning neural networks have one important point: they are not completely...

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2018-10-27

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Ginkgo Bioworks wants to turn the human cell into a

Ginkgo Bioworks wants to turn the human cell into a "factory on demand"

For the production of medicines and various products of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries today use huge factories, where hundreds of chemical reactions to create the desired ingredients. But it has long been known that o...

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2018-10-26

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