• Kandice Tirado posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 1 day ago

    Scientists, Using Gravitational Wave Detectors In The US And Italy, Have Made A Major Discovery That Questions The Ideas For How Neutron Stars And Black Holes Form. The Discovery Is An Object Scientists Are Calling “Black Neutron Stars,” Which Is More Massive Than Collapsed Stars, Aka “Neutron Stars,” But Has Less Mass Than Black Holes.

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  • Patricia Sophia posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 1 day, 21 hours ago

    A Study Is Indicating That The Fall Of The Roman Republic Around 43 BCE, After The Assassination Of Julius Caesar, Coincides With The Massive Eruption Of Okmok Volcano In Alaska. And This Eruption May Have Hastened The Republic’s Fall Via Devastating Climate Change, which Led To Crop Failure, Famine, And Disease. Really!

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  • Chia-jung Tsay posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 2 days, 23 hours ago

    Snakes Usually Undulate For Propulsion, But Flying Snakes Like Chrysopelea Paradisi, The Paradise Tree Snake, Which Normally Live In The Trees Of S And SE Asia, According To A New Study, Undulate For Flight Stability. And How Far They Fly Depends On Their Launch Height. This Knowledge May Be Important For Developing Aerial Snake-Like Robots.

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  • Ken Parth posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 3 days, 22 hours ago

    Norway, To Preserve The Buried And Fast Degrading Viking Ships, Has Decided To Quickly Launch The First Viking Ship Excavation Since 1904 (About A Century). The Excavation Will Help Understand The Ships Themselves And The Historic Era As A Whole. 8th And 11th Century Viking Kings And Dignitaries Are Often Buried With Ships Hoisted Ashore.

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  • Anika Reyansh posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 4 days, 20 hours ago

    Scientists May Have Observed, For The First Time In Dolphins, A Behaviour That Is Only Sometimes Observed In Non-Human Animals Like primates. And That Is The Ability Of Dolphins To Learn From Their Peers. In This Case, To Trap Their Preys In Empty Shells (Shelling)— A Skill That Is Not Learned From Their Parents Or Elders. Smart!

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  • Cindy Alverez posted an update in the group Group logo of PoliticsPolitics 5 days, 21 hours ago

    The House Representative Democrats Passed A Bill On Friday, 6/26/2020, To Make Washington, D.C. The 51st U.S. State. Washington, D.C Pays More Federal Taxes Than 22 States And Has A Population Of ~700,000 People, Which Is Larger Than Wyoming Or Vermont. The Bill, However, Is Seen By Some To Be Dead On Arrival In The Republican-Held Senate.

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  • Issla Fisher posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 6 days, 22 hours ago

    Victoria Gray, Age 34, The First Person Treated In The USA With The Gene-Editing Tool Called CRISPR, Is Showing Positive Signs A Year After Her Treatment, Which Comprises Infusing Billions Of Genetically Modified Cells Into Her Body By Doctors. This Appears To Be Alleviating Virtually All Complications Of Her Sickle Cell Disease Disorder.

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  • Latasha Pettway posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 1 week ago

    NASA Honored Its First Black Female Engineer, And One Of The 3 Black Women, Mary Jackson, Depicted In the Movie, The Hidden Figures. The Agency Did This By Naming Its Headquarters (HQ) In Washington, D.C After Her. NASA Also, In 2019, Renamed The Street In Front Of The HQ The ‘Hidden Figures Way” To Commemorate The Trio’s Achievements.

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  • Oliver Robert posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 1 week, 1 day ago

    Jessi Combs Has Been Named The Fastest Woman On Land By Guinness World Records. She Broke The ~44-Year-Record Of 512.71 MPH, Held By Kitty O’Neil In 1976, With A Of Speed 522.783 MPH, Piloting The North American Eagle Supersonic Speed Challenger Across Oregon’s Alvord Desert On 08/27/2019. Unfortunately, She Lost Her Life Doing This.

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  • foolishlywise posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 1 week, 2 days ago

    A Recent Study Shows That Plants Can Absorb Nanoplastics Via Their Roots. And The Plastics Could Block The Roots From Properly Absorbing Water; Prevent Plants From Growing Properly And Harming Seedling Development; Alter The Genetic Makeup Of Plants, Making It Impossible To Resist Disease. It’s Also Concerning Because We Eat Plants.

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  • Cindy Alverez posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 1 week, 3 days ago

    The Largest Ancient Monument, In Britain, Was Discovered Near Stonehenge Using Geophysical Remote Sensing Technology And Sampling. The Structure, A 20 Ring Shaft, Is Suggested To Have Been Excavated By Neolithic People More Than 4,500 Years Ago. The Monument Is A 2km Circle Of Large Shafts Measuring More Than 10m In Diameter And 5m Deep.

  • Zachary Fritzsche posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 1 week, 4 days ago

    The Volto Santo De Lucca, An 8-Foot-Tall Wooden Crucifix In The Cathedral Of San Martino in Lucca, Italy, Is Said To Be The Oldest Surviving Wooden Carving In Europe, Surviving More Than A 1,000 Years. The Relic, Probably Carved By Nicodemus, Is Also Said To Be One Of The True Icons Of Jesus Christ,” Comparable To The Shroud Of Turin.

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  • Anika Reyansh posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 1 week, 5 days ago

    A New Study, Which Took Place During The Summer And Over A-Three-Year Period, Is Indicating That Hummingbirds Can See Diverse Colors That Are Invisible To Human Eyes. And This Is Because Of Their Four-Color Cone Vision (Tetrachromatic). And These Colors Influence Their Decisions Regarding Food, Evading Predators, Or Choosing A Mate. Cool!

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  • Zoe Logan posted an update in the group Group logo of TravelTravel 1 week, 6 days ago

    The Belgian Government Will Hand Out Free Railway Tickets To All Its Residents To Encourage Domestic Tourism, To Stimulate Their Economy After The Coronavirus LockDown. The Tickets Will Entitle Each Resident To Ten Free Journeys Of Any Length On The Country’s Railways. This’s Cool, But There Are Concerns Of Overcrowding Of The Trains.

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  • Patricia Sophia posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 2 weeks ago

    Researchers Think That They May Have Found The Tomb Of The Last Queen Of Ancient Egypt, Queen Cleopatra, In A Place Known As Taposiris Magna. Cleopatra Is Famous For Marrying The Roman Emperor Julius Caesar. She Is Said To Have Died In 53BC, By Suicide, From A Venomous Snake Bite. Her Death Ended The 3,000-Year-Old Ancient Egyptian Empire.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 2 weeks, 1 day ago

    Researchers Have Discovered, In Antarctica, A Fossilized Dinosaur Soft-Shelled Egg That They Call “The Thing.” The Thing Is The Largest Soft-Shelled Egg, And The Second Biggest Animal Egg (After Eggs From The Extinct Elephant Bird) Ever Discovered. Researchers Are Of The Opinion That A Giant Marine Reptile, The Mosasaur, Laid The Egg.

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  • Ken Parth posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 2 weeks, 2 days ago

    Researchers Based On Many Assumptions, Which Makes This Highly Questionable, Are Indicating That There Are 36 Active Communicating Intelligent Alien Civilizations In Our Galaxy, The Milky Way, On 4.5-Billion-Year Old (Or More) Earth-Like Planets Around Sun-Like Stars. And The Average Distance To A Civilization Is ~17,000 Light-Years. Hmm!?

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  • Penney Micheal posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 2 weeks, 4 days ago

    The Oldest High-Velocity Projectile Weaponry Ever Found Outside Of Africa, To Date, Was Discovered In Sri Lanka Fa-Hien Lena Cave. The Weapons, 130 Arrow Heads, Date Back 48,000 Years. The Find Indicates That Earlier Occupants To The Region Probably Hunted Games Using Bows And Arrows, With Arrowheads Made Mainly Of Monkey Bones.

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  • Daniela Ruah posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 weeks, 4 days ago

    A Recent Research, Over A 2-Year Period, Based On The Study Of Over 350 People Over The Age Of 55, Has Determined That Folks Who Repeatedly Think Negatively, Later In Life, Have 1) A Build Up Of Tau And Beta Amyloid–2 Proteins That Cause Alzheimer’s Disease; And 2) Worse Memory And Greater Cognitive Decline Compared To Optimistic People.

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  • Ken Parth posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 2 weeks, 5 days ago

    Researchers, Without Excavation, Using Radar, Mapped An Ancient Roman City Called Falerii Novi, Built ~241 BCE. The City Is Said To Be Half Pompeii Size: ~75 Acres. The Map Depicts Life, >1,300 Years Ago, Filled With Theater Shows, Shopping, Worshipping, Exercising, And Bathing. The Map Will Help Understand Ancient Roman Town Plannings.

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