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The Cassini probe will fly between the rings of Saturn and its atmosphere

Photo: NASA, Cassini needs to fly between the rings of Saturn and its atmosphere: 22 times NASA calls the spans between the atmosphere of Saturn and its rings with a Grand finale. The Cassini spacecraft is embarking on the first in a series of 22 flights between Saturn’s rings and its atmosphere. This will be […]

April 26th, 2017 | Posted in Science | read More »

Sea urchins shoot poisonous “claws”

When the enemy is approaching, striped sea urchins give a volley of poisonous pedicellariae that bite the enemy and repel him from the hedgehog. On the body of echinoderms – that is, sea urchins, starfish and other you may notice a special structure called pedicellaria. Externally pedicellaria like miniature pincers or tweezers, and when they […]

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Alien death strengthens the friendship network

Man’s best friends after his death, begin to communicate with each other – at least in the social network. Social media is not only a place for socializing, it is also a powerful research tool in the field of social psychology. Using the same Facebook it is possible to accurately perform some of the features […]

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Primitive man was much younger than believed

Photo: John Hawks Homo naledi is very similar to ancient forms of human New data on bone age Homo naledi put on a par with Homo sapiens. Primitive man, which, as scientists believed, lived on Earth three million years ago, actually lived much later, according to new data. Scientists from a South African University, WITZ […]

April 26th, 2017 | Posted in Science | read More »

Primitive man was much younger than believed

Photo: John Hawks Homo naledi is very similar to ancient forms of human New data on bone age Homo naledi put on a par with Homo sapiens. Primitive man, which, as scientists believed, lived on Earth three million years ago, actually lived much later, according to new data. Scientists from a South African University, WITZ […]

April 26th, 2017 | Posted in Science | read More »

Wax moth eats polyethylene

Caterpillars and pupae of the great wax moth break down plastic polymers. A butterfly called the great wax moth (Galleria mellonella) has a bad reputation among beekeepers: its larvae live in bee hives, feeding on honey, pollen and wax, literally eating at the same time damaging the honey comb and bee brood. Great wax moth. […]

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Strawberries against cancer

Strawberry extract inhibits the division of tumor cells and prevents tumor to metastasize. We often hear that any vegetable or fruit contains substances that reduce inflammation, inhibit oxidative stress, reducing the level of cholesterol in the blood, etc. it’s Nice when the fruit or vegetable is not only quite affordable, but quite tasty. As, for […]

April 26th, 2017 | Posted in Science | read More »

Wax moth eats polyethylene

Caterpillars and pupae of the great wax moth break down plastic polymers. A butterfly called the great wax moth (Galleria mellonella) has a bad reputation among beekeepers: its larvae live in bee hives, feeding on honey, pollen and wax, literally eating at the same time damaging the honey comb and bee brood. Great wax moth. […]

April 26th, 2017 | Posted in Science | read More »

Strawberries against cancer

Strawberry extract inhibits the division of tumor cells and prevents tumor to metastasize. We often hear that any vegetable or fruit contains substances that reduce inflammation, inhibit oxidative stress, reducing the level of cholesterol in the blood, etc. it’s Nice when the fruit or vegetable is not only quite affordable, but quite tasty. As, for […]

April 26th, 2017 | Posted in Science | read More »

DNA of parental care

Parental behavior in animals programmed in the genome, and maternal care has a different set of genes from his father. Different animals in different ways care for the offspring – in some species the parents watch over the cubs for a long time, have other adults watch them, that is, carelessly. It has long been […]

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