There was some Neanderthal DNA in the ancient Europeans. This indicates that the populations mixed often, and not only by chance. According to researchers at Germany’s Max Planck Institute, this is the case. Researchers...Read More
The dinosaur-killing asteroid has a companion?
The asteroid that hit the Gulf of Mexico and wiped out the dinosaurs had a companion? Did a second meteorite land that day? Off West Africa, scientists uncovered a 9-km crater generated around the...Read More
Significant Advance for Green Power as Solar’s “Nuclear Fusion” Is Created in a Lab!
In the last year, scientists have finally been able to replicate the Sun’s nuclear fusion in a self-sustaining manner. The only remaining challenge is to figure out how to replicate this result. Nuclear fusion...Read More
Producing Oxygen and Fuel on the Moon
Artificial photosynthesis on the Moon is now a reality thanks to the work of two scientists from Nianjing University. As part of the Chang’e 5 project, the Chinese Space Agency returned to Earth with...Read More
Unexpected alteration in Earth’s core
Virginia Tech geoscientist Ying Zhou found alterations in the Earth’s outer core. Zhou’s finding was aided by two 20-year-old earthquakes. First, the scientist compared the seismic measurements and found discrepancies. These differences meant metal...Read More
One-fifth of reptile species are endangered
We know over 10,000 reptile species on Earth. A new analysis on the reptiles’ prospects is gloomy. More than 21% of reptile species are endangered. Crocodiles and snakes are unpopular. Reptiles contribute to our...Read More