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Has Science Studies Discovered God?

Has Science Studies Discovered God?

This question has baffled the minds of the greatest scientists all over the world over some past centuries, this drove some to even re-visiting the origin of the universe at large. With the use of the very complicated universe technology, skills and very powerful equipments like the telescope,…

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From a Science Point of View

From a Science Point of View

Science plays an important role when it comes to psychology and both are related to each other in most of the cases. A Canadian scientist who moonlights as a mystical performer has uncovered the mystery traps used to influence individuals' choices in card games. The study uncovers how certain…

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Exploring the Live Gene of Woolly Mammoth Gives Some Answers

Exploring the Live Gene of Woolly Mammoth Gives Some Answers

Though there is no scientist on planet who managed to create live woolly mammoth but some researchers have managed to recreate its gene. During prehistoric period, these giant hairy elephant like creatures used to stay around the Arctic tundra. Furry coats and subcutaneous fats are the most striking…

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Marine ecosystems under threat, scientists point out

Marine ecosystems under threat, scientists point out

The situation is getting out of control when it comes to world’s marine ecosystems. The latest report points out dangerous situation. Marine ecosystems can be only saved only if large-scale efforts would be taken to stop greenhouse gases from expansion in the atmosphere. The researchers did…

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A New Discovery may be responsible for a universal flu vaccine

A New Discovery may be responsible for a universal flu vaccine

Flu vaccines in the United States are designed to target a small number of viral strains. These, targeted viral strains are based on the public health predictions. Scientists are hoping that in the near future a universal vaccine will be developed. It will be effective against all viral strains.…

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Scientists find carcinogens in day to day chemicals

Scientists find carcinogens in day to day chemicals

The human life has evolved along with science and technology. The industrial revolution has changed the way we consume products and even the products we consume. The industrial scale production means use of chemicals and preservatives at every stage and this daily exposure to chemicals is proving to…

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Venus is tectonically active, scientists say

Venus is tectonically active, scientists say

Violent volcanic eruptions are happening not on the Earth surface but billions of kilometer away on the Venus. The latest data predicts that there is lava all over the place. The best evidence for the volcanic activity on planet has been found. The volcanoes on the Venus were no secret in the past…

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Mystery of Saturn rings revealed

Mystery of Saturn rings revealed

The Saturn has to be the most beautiful planet in our solar system. Its beautiful dust rings has attracted attention of scientists, astronomers and poets. Looks like the mystery behind the rings of Saturn will be revealed by the scientists. The Phoebe, Saturn’s moon was focus of the scrutiny…

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Three Member Team Lands In Kazakhstan From ISS

Three Member Team Lands In Kazakhstan From ISS

A three member team of astronauts just landed at Kazakhstan. They recently finished their mission in the international space station and worked for extra one month than a schedule. Samantha Cristoforetti from the European Space Agency, Terry Virts from NASA and Anto Shkaplerov from Russia…

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A CJD resistance gene has been found

A CJD resistance gene has been found

Researchers have found a gene that can make people resistant to the CJD, a brain eating disease. The study should find a way in a battle against possible epidemic caused by BSE infected beef. Also, these findings can give better information about the human brain diseases and causes of dementia. CJD…

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Canadian and American Scientists Oppose Tar Sand Oil

Canadian and American Scientists Oppose Tar Sand Oil

The tar sand mining has huge environmental costs. Team of 100 scientists from United States and Canada will decide the fate of fuel extraction technique. Many activists accused that the technique is contradictory to all climate change fighting efforts. The traditional crude oil based fuels like…

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Pluto’s system very unstable to hold moons

Pluto’s system very unstable to hold moons

The Pluto was kicked out of the solar system long time ago but researchers are still fascinated by its moons. The latest data points out that the moons of distant planet are highly unstable, contradictory to being close to host planet as per the established belief. The Pluto can be a binary dwarf,…

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Spherical solar cells

Spherical solar cells

Solar panels and solar cells were developed many years ago. Now, they are improved. Kyosemi, a Japanese company developed a new type of solar cells. They are small, and they can capture the sunlight from all directions. This means that the harvesting of solar panels is improved, because they will be…

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Our ancestors

Our ancestors

Some of you may remember that in 1974, in Ethiopia a group of anthropologists found some remains of human-like creature. She got a name Lucy and back then people have wondered if she is really the direct ancestor of humans, or to better say “ Homo sapiens” . Some newspapers went that far…

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An Inspirational Story of a Computer Science Student

An Inspirational Story of a Computer Science Student

"I needed it practically spontaneously and truly appreciated it." Ms. Khan's story peruses like a fantasy for colleges and innovation organizations - where just around 15 percent of software engineering graduates and specialized laborers are ladies. The troublesome inquiry is the way…

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The human gene editing technology faces ethical challenge

The human gene editing technology faces ethical challenge

The development in the science and technology reached at the new level when mankind started defeating nature through it. The modern scientists are facing ethical dilemma about new level of experiments which require human subjects and sometimes children. The scientists are even planning to produce…

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Science will keep on amazing

Science will keep on amazing

Science will keep on amazing us with what it finds and makes; then it will shock us by contriving new strategies to astound us. At the center of science's self-adjustment is innovation. New instruments empower new structures of learning and better approaches for revelation. The accomplishment of…

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Studies of mental health

Studies of mental health

A few years ago one study found that people who have spiritual understanding, who tend to be more intellectual and are constantly working on their mental health, tend to be more susceptible to mental health problems, anxiety disorders, addictions, schizophrenia, etc. This study especially is…

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Scientists Discover A New Dinosaur

Scientists Discover A New Dinosaur

Scientists are alluding to Chilesaurus diegosuarezi as a "platypus" dinosaur in view of its odd mix of characters that look like changing dinosaur bunches. Chilesaurus diegosuarezi is settled inside the throughput gathering of dinosaurs, the dinosaurian bunch that assembles the renowned…

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Solar Energy in a Developing Country

Solar Energy in a Developing Country

It is said that need is the mother of development. Because of an exceptionally disappointing issue of burden shedding individuals of Pakistan are confronting enormous troubles. To take care of this issue Pakistan made the stride and wanting to construct a sun powered force plant in its territories…

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Ancient Salamander discovered in Portugal

Ancient Salamander discovered in Portugal

A team of scientists has discovered most lethal predators on the Earth after the Dinosaurs. The amphibian, which existed on the Earth around 200 million years ago, has been discovered through the study of fossils. The animal which had similar looks like crocodile was on the top of the food pyramid…

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Bent Light Beams to Make Computers Faster

Bent Light Beams to Make Computers Faster

Bent Lights Beams to Make Computers Faster A new device that controls light faster and more efficiently than ever before and is the key to the next generation of light-based supercomputers. Researchers has module a device resembling a plastic honeycomb yet infinitely smaller than a bee’s…

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Researchers at MIT developed new Magnetic Field Detector

Researchers at MIT developed new Magnetic Field Detector

MIT researchers have developed a new kind of magnetic field detector which is said to be 1000 times more efficient than its predecessors. It can lead to many more applications of medical and image processing and even geological detection. Magnetic field detectors are already being used in all these…

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We’ll find Aliens within 20 years

We’ll find Aliens within 20 years

First question people usually ask NASA, Is there life on other planets? But now NASA officials say we are close to find life on other planets. "I believe we are going to have strong indications of life beyond Earth in the next decade and definitive evidence in the next 10 to 20 years,"…

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One year away from Earth

One year away from Earth

Claiming that he will definitely miss the natural breath taking landscapes of Earth, the Russian astronaut Baikonur from Kazakhstan is planning on leaving his mother planet for a whole year. On the other hand, his American partner mocks the question, saying that he won’t miss his twin brother.…

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Volcanic pipes to host cities on the Moon

Volcanic pipes to host cities on the Moon

The fantasies of novelists and scientist are finally becoming true. Man is all set to colonize the moon and even we have science fiction like sketches about the cities on the moon. The new study points out that first humans will live in lava tubes on the moon, similar to the one formed by volcanic…

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Next step in Hydrogen fuel

Next step in Hydrogen fuel

As the world is heading towards abolishing conventional fossil fuels, it has started looking for the alternative energy resources. The solar energy, wind are not reliable enough and change as per the weather conditions. So scientists have started researching about the ways to exploit hydrogen, one…

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Los Angeles finds 30 new fly species

Los Angeles finds 30 new fly species

The research study has managed to find out new 30 species of fly in urban jungle of Los Angeles. The project titled Bio-scan has definitely added more names in biodiversity list of Los Angeles. In order to scan more species, the scientists asked local people to fix insect traps nearby their homes.…

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Memories are located deep inside the brain cells

Memories are located deep inside the brain cells

Generally it is considered that the memories are stored in the neurons of the brain but the new research by the scientists from the University of California, Los Angeles may destroy this consideration. This will also help lot to the treatment of the post traumatic pressure disorder, a situation…

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Long-term child abuse

Long-term child abuse

Recently a long research come to the end. Scientists found that people who were sexually or on some other way abused, as children, have higher chances to abuse their child! It is important that child protective agencies don’t assume, that child abuse happens only in those families. It can…

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Solar Impulse 2: showing efficiency of solar energy

Solar Impulse 2: showing efficiency of solar energy

The world’s first solar powered plane is going on round-the-world tour and it started its journey from Abu Dhabi. The travel journey is about 35,000 kilometres covering 12 countries which include India, Myanmar, China, Hawaii, and New York and will finish the journey to where it started i.e.…

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How long would it take you to Fall to the Other Side of the Earth?

How long would it take you to Fall to the Other Side of the Earth?

If you were to dig a tunnel in the middle of the earth and fall through its center onto the other side, exactly how long would it take you to do so? Physicists have been struggling to find an answer to this question for several years and the obvious answer that has emerged thus far, is that it would…

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3 WAYS TO BOOST YOUR BATTERY LIFE

3 WAYS TO BOOST YOUR BATTERY LIFE

All of us have had a point where we felt like we were in a love hate relationship with our phones. When you’re at home with nothing to do the battery lasts all day! However the minute you venture outside to run outside to errands- no matter how mundane, your battery life depletes fast! These…

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We are entering the danger zone

We are entering the danger zone

It is only natural for everything to change and that includes the environment. However, recent studies show that man of all living beings has affected the environment around him the most. The sad news is he hasn't done so in a good way. According to the study man has taken things to a planetary…

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Antarctic photo science archive unlocked

Antarctic photo science archive unlocked

The Antarctic Peninsula - the northernmost extent of the White Continent which stretches up towards South America - has experienced quite dramatic warming in recent decades. The fronts of many of its glaciers have quite obviously retreated, and several of the marine-terminating ice streams have even…

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