Scientists recently collected a sample of brown moss which is 1500 years and was frozen in Antarctic Peninsula. Much to their amazement, the moss was able to sprout back to life after being put under light.
Gravitational waves are different from gravity waves, which are ripples created in the atmospheres of planets by the interactions of winds whipping over geological features on the planet’s surface. Lately, scientists have detected gravitational waves from big bang.
Nearly all major power plants release heat or steam as part of their functioning. While some recycle and use this heat, others waste it. In US, a mere 12% of the electricity is generated from recycled heat. And that needs to change now.
In 1920s, wolves were eradicated from the Yellowstone National Park. But in 1995, they were returned and started living in the park. According to ecologists, the return of wolves have a dramatic impact upon the entire Yellowstone National Park.
Albert Einstein predicted that gravitational waves are speculated to be “an echo of the big bang [sic] in which the universe came into existence 14bn year ago.” Although many scientists were not satisfied to this theory, but interestingly major scientists believe this theory to be true.
The suits of superheroes like Batman and Ironman were once purely science fiction but they are increasingly inspiring similar creations in the real world. Diamond Armor, for instance, is a Batman-style $3.2 million suit which packs many features.
From success coaches to the so-called inspirational books and the literature in between, practice is often touted as the ultimate key to success. A new study claims that this may not actually be the case.
Remember the time when anthrax became a huge scare in U.S.? The very technique which helped authorities pin the culprit behind them was phylogenetic forensics, a cutting-edge microbe-sourcing technique.
A new blood test can help predict the possible onset of Alzheimer’s disease three years in advance, scientists say. The test is based on extensively studying the results of 525 healthy adults and is 96% accurate.
Michio Kaku is the co-founder of the popularly known string field theory. In a recent Ask Me Anything session on Reddit, Kaku made some interesting predictions about the possible applications of string theory in the future.
For centuries, stories of priests finding a red color in communion wafers have been archived and actively propagated by the religious folks. As it turned out eventually, the red in those wafers was due to a particular bacteria.
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