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Over half of the flight to Mars, astronauts will receive more damage than in his entire career

Over half of the flight to Mars, astronauts will receive more damage than in his entire career

the First flight to Mars would be extremely dangerous to the health of astronauts — no doubt about it. In may 2017, a study on mice showed that members of the first manned mission will be subjected to double the risk of cancer. Ne...

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2018-09-21

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In Canada found the mummified body of a 50 000-year-old the wolf and the deer

In Canada found the mummified body of a 50 000-year-old the wolf and the deer

In the Cultural center of the canadian town of Dawson city exhibited the mummified remains of a wolf and a reindeer that lived 50 000 years ago. They were discovered in 2016 mining companies and transferred to the researchers. T...

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2018-09-15

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The neural network has detected signals from a mysterious source

The neural network has detected signals from a mysterious source

Machine learning is used in many fields, including in the projects SETI for search for extraterrestrial civilizations. Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley used it in the framework of the project a Breakthrough ...

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2018-09-11

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Large wind and solar farms in the Sahara can make the desert green and wet

Large wind and solar farms in the Sahara can make the desert green and wet

Wind and solar farms are known to have a local effect on heat, humidity, and other factors that may be helpful — or harmful — for the regions in which they are located. New climate model shows that massive wind and solar installat...

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2018-09-10

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Physics finally saw what decays the Higgs boson

Physics finally saw what decays the Higgs boson

Physics is finally seen as an elementary particle, first discovered at the Large hadron Collider, is divided into two charming quark, exotic and long living particles, which often appear after the collision of energetic particles....

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2018-09-01

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Scientists have proposed another explanation for the mass extinction in Earth's history

Scientists have proposed another explanation for the mass extinction in Earth's history

Permian extinction, which occurred 252,2 ± 0.5 million years ago was the most severe challenge for life on Earth. As a result of this environmental disaster had destroyed 96 percent of marine and 70 percent of terrestrial vertebra...

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2018-08-29

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You won't believe your eyes: this neural network will dance for you

You won't believe your eyes: this neural network will dance for you

Artificial intelligence has shown itself very capable tool if we talk about manipulating video with people. The so-called "deepface" with the replacement individuals become the most bright example, but new applications appear ever...

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2018-08-27

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Contact lenses are harmful to the oceans. Do not rinse them down the drain

Contact lenses are harmful to the oceans. Do not rinse them down the drain

People with poor eyesight as an alternative to more conservative points less visible use contact lenses. Options of contact lenses on the market are a great many, but typically, this product serves its master very long – from seve...

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2018-08-21

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Designed with abrasion-resistant material in the world

Designed with abrasion-resistant material in the world

the Durability of various products depends primarily on the wear resistance of the materials from which they were made. And recently a group of scientists from Sandia national laboratories U.S. Department of energy, created, in th...

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2018-08-21

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The world's oldest cheese discovered in an ancient tomb, turned deadly

The world's oldest cheese discovered in an ancient tomb, turned deadly

People have long produced and consumed cheeses, and the recent discovery of cheese by age of 3200 years old Egyptian tomb was proof of that. Although this cheese for some palates could be a delicacy, it also has become a source of...

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2018-08-20

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By 2050, half the world's population could be left without fresh water

By 2050, half the world's population could be left without fresh water

the freshwater needed for drinking, growing food, energy production and practically everything else have greatly reduced. More than two billion people out of 7.6 billion people of Earth already lack or do not have access to clean ...

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2018-08-17

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The ancient Egyptians created mummies long before the pharaohs

The ancient Egyptians created mummies long before the pharaohs

the Mummies we primarily associate with ancient Egypt. However, study of the mummy of the age of 5600 years confirm that this burial method was used long before the era of the pharaohs. It is believed that the use of embalming sta...

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2018-08-16

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Children are more susceptible to influence from the robots than adults

Children are more susceptible to influence from the robots than adults

today's children are very easy to be influenced from the outside. Parents, raising your child, I hope he will resist this influence, but as a rule this is not so easy. Psychologists explain: if the child's success recognized by ot...

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2018-08-16

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Probe "New horizons" saw the possible hydrogen wall at the end of the Solar system

as the distance from the Sun, the mission "New horizons" can literally rest against the wall. The apparatus is now at a distance of about 6 billion kilometers from Earth, far beyond Pluto. Apparently, he found the sign of the fart...

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2018-08-11

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The inhabitants of the

The inhabitants of the "happiest countries" are beginning to suffer because of technology

Small Asian country of Bhutan is considered a least developed, according to the United Nations. The inhabitants of the country do not try to develop the economy. They introduced a gross national happiness indicator. The people of ...

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2018-08-08

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Scientists: Earth will still turn into the

Scientists: Earth will still turn into the "greenhouse"

to Keep global warming within 1.5-2 degrees Celsius can be much more complex than previously thought, according to a paper published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). An international team of s...

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2018-08-08

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Human evolution: back to the trees?

Human evolution: back to the trees?

Scientists have discovered a new interesting hints in the dorsal columns of the ancient ancestors of the people who indicate that their different subtypes moved differently depending on the environment. Published in American Journ...

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2018-07-16

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In the laboratory created the first embryo rhinos. They will help to rescue the almost extinct species

In the laboratory created the first embryo rhinos. They will help to rescue the almost extinct species

In March, died last male Northern white Rhino, leaving only two females of this subspecies. Not having any way to reproduce naturally, the rhinos went to the edge of extinction back to back. But some scientists want to be involved...

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2018-07-07

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The limit of human longevity achieved? As it is not so!

The limit of human longevity achieved? As it is not so!

In 1997 at age 122 years Jeanne calment died. She was the longest-lived person in the history of mankind (at least, among those whose deaths have been documented). But after it there will be others. According to a new study, publi...

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2018-07-06

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Scientists have recorded a record low temperature on Earth

Scientists have recorded a record low temperature on Earth

what do you think, where is the coldest place on Earth? Perhaps now, many of you thought about Oymyakon, because something I heard somewhere. But, no. Only Oymyakon coldest place in Russia. In 1926, there was recorded temperature ...

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2018-06-27

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