NASA showed year of life of the Sun in a short video

February 25, 2016

Flash in the Sun Can be seen as the Sun grows and shrinks slightly in size. The solar dynamics Observatory, NASA has published video on which it is possible to consider in detail how the Sun spent the whole of last year,the press service of the space Agency. The Observatory takes a picture of the Sun every 12 seconds in 10 different wavelengths. Image video recorded on a wavelength of…

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Scientist have predicted the world’s 50 percent unemployment

February 25, 2016

Continuous improvement of robots will lead to a rapid increase in unemployment. During the lecture, the Professor at rice University Moshe Vardi stated that continuous improvement of robots will lead to a rapid increase in unemployment. In his opinion, by 2045 the percentage of unemployment can be 50 percent, reports CNET. “It is believed that, if robots will work for us, we will be able to devote himself to leisure….

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In the US learned how to “print” the bones and muscles

February 25, 2016

Scientists are confident that we will be able to print organs and body parts for transplantation American scientists using 3D bioprinter create from the stem cells of individual human body parts. American bioengineers have created and successfully tested a kind of 3D bioprinter that allows you to “print” copies of individual bones in the body, hands, ears and cartilage using stem cells and a special polymer templates.

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Indonesian “hobbits” are recognized as a unique view

February 25, 2016

Humanoid creatures that live about 15 thousand years ago, did not recognize Homo sapiens. Indonesian “hobbits” – a tiny creature weighing 25 pounds living on the island of Flores, about 15 thousand years ago, recognized a unique view. French scientists refused to include them into Homo sapiens, citing a number of compelling evidence, reports The Telegraph

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Archaeologists called the cause of extinction of civilization on Easter island

February 25, 2016

It turned out that the inhabitants of Easter island did not conduct the war as was previously thought. Archaeologists of the University Binghamton studied the obsidian spears of the mysterious civilization of Easter island and concluded that it was unlikely to have disappeared as a result of military conflict, according to Antiquity. “Almost any thing can be used as a spear, and almost any object can become a murder weapon.

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NASA first discovered super-earths atmosphere

February 25, 2016

The temperature on the planet is 2,000 degrees Celsius To set this the astronomers have been using the Hubble telescope. NASA astronomers, after careful study of the exoplanet 55 Cancri, confirmed the existence of its atmosphere. Experts made the discovery using the Hubble telescope, reports Engadget. “This is a very interesting result, because for the first time we were able to detect the spectral fingerprints of gases in the atmosphere…

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Scientists have named the cause of the first extinction on Earth

February 25, 2016

A series of coups magnetic field of the planet destroyed the ozone layer 550 million years ago. The first mass extinction on Earth occurred during the ediacaran period, around 550 million years ago. The reason for this was a series of quick flips of the magnetic axis of the Earth, depriving the planet of the ozone layer, report scientists from the University of Florida in the journal Gondwana Research

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North Korean satellite continues to randomly move in an orbit – media

February 25, 2016

Launch the rocket with the satellite Chaotic traffic makes it impossible for the functioning of the satellite. Launched in early February, North Korean satellite continues to randomly move around the earth’s orbit, Reuters reports. Two days after launch, the media reported that Pyongyang launched the satellite “tumbles” in orbit. According to sources, random motion makes it impossible for the functioning of the apparatus

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Fat penguins are tight on the legs – the scientists

February 25, 2016

Penguins Biologists have discovered how the weight of king penguins affect their stability. Scientists decided to find out how the weight of king penguins affect their stability – the work was carried out in order to understand whether the impact on the birds for a long period of starvation during migration. The article was published in the journal PLoS ONE. The experiment involved king penguins, which scientists were forced to…

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