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As Fukushima has become a second Chernobyl

As Fukushima has become a second Chernobyl

on 11 March 2011 at Fukushima-1, located in the homonymous Japanese city, in a strong earthquake and tsunami, which claimed approximately 16 million lives, there was a major radiation accident. A natural disaster brought down not ...

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2019-07-17

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Nikola Tesla: the most amazing inventions of the great genius

Nikola Tesla: the most amazing inventions of the great genius

Exactly 163 years ago this day was born Nikola Tesla. Hardly on this planet there are people who have not heard about it. The name of Nikola Tesla called the company, he was considered great, his secrets, trying to unravel today. ...

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2019-07-11

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What happens if you melt the biggest glacier in Antarctica?

What happens if you melt the biggest glacier in Antarctica?

for anybody not a secret that most of the ice on our planet are concentrated on the South and North poles in the "upper" and "lower" caps of the Earth. In other regions, just too warm for the existence of "permafrost". Can you ima...

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2019-07-10

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If the largest glacier of Antarctica will melt, to a global disaster

If the largest glacier of Antarctica will melt, to a global disaster

for anybody not a secret that most of the ice on our planet are concentrated on the South and North poles in the "upper" and "lower" caps of the Earth. In other regions, just too warm for the existence of "permafrost". Can you ima...

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2019-07-10

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Why people have 23 pairs of chromosomes?

Why people have 23 pairs of chromosomes?

More of school biology course we know that in the normal formation of the human body (read: without the various congenital abnormalities), most of our genetic information encoded in the 23 pairs of chromosomes. But have you ever w...

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2019-07-08

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Scientists have figured out where there were man-eating sharks that kill people

Scientists have figured out where there were man-eating sharks that kill people

Extinct approximately 2.6 million years ago the Megalodon shark was the largest and most dangerous predatory shark that ever existed on Earth. Today the largest predatory shark is the white shark, she's a man-eater. On account of ...

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2019-07-07

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Floods in the Irkutsk region: causes and consequences

Floods in the Irkutsk region: causes and consequences

According to the July 3, 2019, when it floods in the Irkutsk region left 20 people dead, 15 missing. Partially destroyed road infrastructure. In the zone of flooding hit dozens of settlements. The state of emergency in force in si...

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2019-07-05

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The scientists said the impact on the Ground had the presence of holes in the ozone layer

The scientists said the impact on the Ground had the presence of holes in the ozone layer

In June 24 in the journal Nature Sustainability article prepared by group of scientists on the UN assessment of the impact on the environment reported about the complex linkages between ozone layer depletion over Antarctica and UV...

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2019-06-25

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Scientists have discovered an endless collapse and revival in quantum particles

Scientists have discovered an endless collapse and revival in quantum particles

recently, a group of scientists have determined that some quantum particles can be regenerated after their decay. This discovery is very important for the future of mankind, quantum computing and intergalactic graffiti. Theoretica...

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2019-06-23

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To grow human organs in pigs. What can go wrong?

To grow human organs in pigs. What can go wrong?

For the ancient Greeks, a Chimera was an ominous creature — partly lion, partly goat and partly a snake. The first Chimera, which Juan Carlos Belmonte Izpisua created in 1992 was significantly less terrible: it consisted of embryo...

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2019-04-15

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Why the Universe has more matter than antimatter?

Why the Universe has more matter than antimatter?

Why do we exist? This is perhaps the most profound question that may seem beyond elementary particle physics. But our new at the Large hadron Collider at CERN has brought us closer to the answer. To understand why we exist, you fi...

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2019-03-22

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Chinese police began to train a cloned dog

Chinese police began to train a cloned dog

In 2018, the Chinese company Sinogene Biotechnology cloned 7-year-old dog Huachana, who years earlier received awards from the Ministry of public security of the PRC for his contribution in solving murders. It is expected that its...

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2019-03-20

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Remember, the scientists turned the clock back? So, it was not

Remember, the scientists turned the clock back? So, it was not

If you believe everything you read on the Internet (including us), quantum physicists are to be congratulated. Sounds cool: scientists (and even Russian) . Direct Back to the future. It all started with an article in Scientific Re...

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2019-03-17

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Spider silk is suggested to be used as a muscle robots

Spider silk is suggested to be used as a muscle robots

Spider silk, already known as one of the most durable materials with their weight, has another unusual property which can lead to the emergence of new types of artificial muscles or robotic actuators, the researchers found. Elasti...

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2019-03-02

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SpaceX first launched a manned spacecraft Crew Dragon to ISS

SpaceX first launched a manned spacecraft Crew Dragon to ISS

here's what was waiting for many years and that was postponed in the course of repeated transfers: the launch from SpaceX. Just from launch pad LC-39A space center. Kennedy in Florida (and from there flew Apollo and space Shuttle)...

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2019-03-02

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Freaky DNA from the eight letters could belong to aliens

Freaky DNA from the eight letters could belong to aliens

Traditional consists of four base pairs A, C, G and T. But the recently established genetic system Packed eight — twice as many as usually found in self-replicating molecules. The new system is called "Hetemaj", and what is most i...

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2019-02-24

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13-year-old Jackson Oswalt became the youngest person to build a fusion reactor

13-year-old Jackson Oswalt became the youngest person to build a fusion reactor

In the world of science there is a new contender for the title of young nuclear physicist, has attained a thermonuclear fusion reaction. It is a 13-year-old boy named Jackson Oswalt, living in Tennessee (). While his peers, which ...

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2019-02-23

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Physics of extraterrestrial life: aliens should be similar to earthlings

Physics of extraterrestrial life: aliens should be similar to earthlings

By the end of this century, says astrophysicist Martin Rees, we need to answer the question, we live in a multiverse or not, and how different the laws of physics in its constituent universes. The answer to this question, accordin...

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2019-02-23

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The Universe has almost no antimatter. Why?

The Universe has almost no antimatter. Why?

When we look at the Universe, all its planets and stars, galaxies and clusters, gas, dust, plasma, we see everywhere the same signature. We see a line of atomic absorption and emission, we see that matter interacts with other form...

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2019-02-20

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NASA has made stem cells

NASA has made stem cells "invisible" to the immune system

Scientists from the University of California at San Francisco used a system of gene editing CRISPR-Cas9 to create the first pluripotent stem cells, which are functionally "invisible" to the immune system. This event is biological ...

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2019-02-18

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