Science

  • Scientists Decided To Open A Cave That Was Isolated for 5.5 Million Years, What They Found Inside Gives Shiver To Their Bones
  • Scientists Decided To Open A Cave That Was

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    Having only a limited time to live our life, we simply have a very short period to explore the many wonders of this world. So when we had an opportunity to explore a certain place, we have to make the most out of it because who knows, that place

  • A Surprisingly Subtle Force May Have Broken Off One of the Largest Icebergs Ever Recorded
  • A Surprisingly Subtle Force May Have Broken Off

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    An iceberg the size of Delaware broke off of an Antarctic ice shelf between July 10 and July 12. Scientists aren't sure exactly what caused the crack that birthed iceberg A6

  • How To Awaken In Your Dreams
  • How To Awaken In Your Dreams

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    Now that you know what lucid dreaming is, and you know the benefits and risks, it's time to give it a solid try. Get ready, oneironauts-we're about to take off the training wheels. Welcome to Week Three of Lifehacker's Lucid Dream

  • Ever Wondered Why Britain Uses Separate Hot And Cold Taps?
  • Ever Wondered Why Britain Uses Separate Hot And

    • 2 years   ago
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    While simply stumbling upon YouTube I've come across an interesting video, especially for the Britons or all those you're planning to visit Britain shortly. We all know that the modern washrooms are equipped with the separate valves for

  • NASA Asked The Internet To Name The 7 New Planets And Twitter Went REALLY Creative!
  • NASA Asked The Internet To Name The 7 New Planets

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    Are we really alone in this vast universe?
    A question NASA’s SETI (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) has been desperately trying to answer for decades now. Most recently, NASA found a solar system of seven plan

  • Scientists Discover White Dwarf Star With 'Ingredients for Life'
  • Scientists Discover White Dwarf Star With

    • 2 years   ago
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    Scientists using NASA's Hubble space telescope have discovered a white dwarf star whose atmosphere is rich in materials that are the basic building blocks for life - carbon, nitrogen, as well as oxygen and hydrogen, the components of

  • galactic x-rays could point to dark matter proof
  • Galactic X-rays could point to dark matter proof

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    A small but distinctive signal in X-rays from the Milky Way could be key to proving the existence of dark matter.
    That is the claim of US scientists who analysed the energy spectrum of X-rays gathered by Nasa's Chandra sa

  • Another Shock For The Scientists: Someone Has Set Up An Invisible Field That Protects Earth | Science | Blog | Qatar Day
  • Another Shock For The Scientists: Someone Has Set

    • 2 years   ago
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    This protective field acts as a barrier that protects the Earth from harmful cosmic radiation, while protecting our planet from solar waves go directly toward Earth.
    Scientists at MIT have found that there is an invisible fie

  • We're about to see a record-breaking supermoon - the biggest in nearly 70 years
  • We're about to see a record-breaking supermoon -

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    If you only see one astronomical event this year, make it the November supermoon, when the Moon will be the closest to Earth it’s been since January 1948.
    During the event, which will happen on the eve of November 14, t

  • Apparently, Burning NH4Cr2O7 With HgSCN Opens A Portal To Hell. | Science | Blog | Qatar Day
  • Apparently, Burning NH4Cr2O7 With HgSCN Opens A

    • 2 years   ago
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    Of all the chemical reactions we've covered within the past few months, the one filmed below probaby takes the prize for coolest looking and possibly scariest. Afte

  • The Sun Will Destroy Earth A Lot Sooner Than You Might Think | Science | Blog | Qatar Day
  • The Sun Will Destroy Earth A Lot Sooner Than You

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    There are plenty of ways Earth could go. It could smash into another planet, be swallowed by a black hole, or get pummeled to death by asteroids. There's really no way to tell which doomsday scenario will be the cause of our planet's

  • Gaza Man Invents Solar Powered Water Purification Tank for War-Torn Town | Science | Blog | Qatar Day
  • Gaza Man Invents Solar Powered Water Purification

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    The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has left almost 90 percent of the water supply unfit for people to drink. Fayez al-Hindi has devised a homemade water desalinization setup that is helping to solve the water crisis, though, as some Gaza residents

  • No Turning Back As Earth Permanently Passes CO2 Threshold
  • No Turning Back As Earth Permanently Passes CO2

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    Under the imperfect but groundbreaking Paris agreement, now ratified by the world’s two largest carbon emitters, it’s hoped that the world will not warm by more than 2°C (3.6°F) by 2100. Sadly, we have registered so many