On the moon, the water was always

Traces of moisture found in the structure of the lunar rocks, evidence against the theory of the Moon's formation as a result of the collision of large celestial body with the Earth.The study of ancient lunar rock samples obtained during the program "Apollo", showed the presence of their crystal structure traces of water. This is not consistent with the theory of the origin of the moon glowing "garbage", which resulted from the collision of Earth with a large cosmic body Yusyue said Zhang of the University of Michigan (USA), one of the authors of the study. In this case, Read more [...]
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Is the Earth habitable?

Long been considered: our planet is so close to the sun, even to a 10% greater - and the end of life. A new estimate makes the prospect of even more joyful: the earthly life of sunsets over the horizon in the next few hundred million years.Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania (USA) expressed the need for revision of the habitable zone as a concept and offered his own version, based on more precise, in their opinion, taking into account the influence of greenhouse gases on the planetary temperature.Scientists have relied on models and Evan James Casting Pu. But the results were the Read more [...]
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Managed to construct from metamaterials multiverse

In addition to masking of different objects, metamaterials are able to model the time-space continuum with different geometries, to scientists in the U.S..Metamaterials are able to manipulate the spread of light through them. A few years ago, it gave rise to the projects to create metamaterials that allow photons to move through its substance only in the areas that characterize the space surrounding us. At the same time other parts of such a facility should have a different geometry, different from Minkowski space.Igor Smolyaninov colleagues at the University of Maryland (USA) has created just Read more [...]
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We were created to be lazy

To get from point A to point B in a variety of ways. On what basis do we select your silly walk? Why sometimes run and sometimes go for a quick step? New research suggests that there is a deep fact biomechanical cause. Her understanding may suggest how to create a better and more prosthetic humanoid robots. <br /> From previous experiments carried out on the treadmill, scientists know that people move from step to run, when the rate increased from 2 to 3 m / s. The fact that the body and brain are trying to minimize the energy cost of locomotion. At speeds below 2.3 m / s walking Read more [...]
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Russian scientists found the algae living in boiling water

In the Valley of Geysers in Kamchatka scientists found dark green filamentous algae that can survive temperatures up to 98 degrees. This is stated in the message Kronotsky reserve, which summarized the research of thermophilic microorganisms conducted Genetics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. During the 3 years of Novosibirsk researchers studied biosystems developing in extreme conditions on the Kamchatka Peninsula. Studies conducted in springs near the volcano caldera, in the Valley of Geysers and Death Valley. "Now we know that in the Valley of Geysers known eight Read more [...]
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Scientists blamed the destruction of billions of cats in animal

The greatest threat is just wild and homeless members of the genus. Scientists believe that cats are killed every year, billions of animals in the U.S. and are a serious threat to the wildlife of the country.A team of scientists from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology and Protection Service Fish and Wildlife Service analyzed the data of previous studies on cats as predators and published them in the journal Nature Communications.According to information received, the cats are killed each year from 1.4 billion to 3.7 billion birds from 6.9 billion to 20.7 billion mammals. Scientists believe Read more [...]
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The evolution of the HIV virus is 12 million years

Virologists from the Cancer Research Center in Seattle named Hutchinson (USA) stated that for the first time viruses like HIV, appeared in primates about 12 million years ago. "Having studied the history of the evolution of viruses and primates, we uncovered a previously unknown, but is very old and still ongoing genetic" conflict "between monkeys and viruses. More than 40 species of monkeys suffering from virus related to HIV. Because some of them could potentially be contagious to humans, we need to understand how they arose and developed "- leads the RIA Novosti Michael Read more [...]
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Ukrainian teenager helped Canadian scientists make a discovery

Fourteen-year resident of Donetsk Cyril Dudko helped make a scientific discovery of Oceanology of the Canadian Project Neptune. As reported at the channel CBC, Cyril watched an online broadcast from the seabed off the coast of Vancouver Island, and saw the female elephant eats myxine.On Monday, January 28, Canadian scientists have received an email from Cyril Dudko, in which a teenager asked who had eaten an unusual fish. According to Kim Juniper (Kim Juniper) from the project Neptune, until now it was thought that the seals (which include elephant) vermiform myxines neglected."This event Read more [...]
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The sexual revolution began penicillin

1950s in the U.S. were not so puritanical, as is commonly believed, comparing them to the sixties. And the reason for this was a new powerful tool for syphilis.Fashion on a risky, unconventional sexual relationship, marked a turning sixties, actually began a decade earlier, in the conformist fifties, the economist Andrew Francis of Emory University (USA).It is believed that the sexual revolution has been made possible with the advent of the birth control pill, which so happily coincided with a period of growing the rich and cheeky baby boomers in the U.S. and Western Europe. However, it is Read more [...]
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The causative agent of leprosy reprogram infected cells

The bacteria that cause leprosy (leprosy), proved to be outstanding experts in the field of stem cells: they are easy to carry out what the scientists out abyss of time and effort. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh (UK) found that "prokaznye" mycobacteria may draw mature cells in an undifferentiated, stem condition and reprogram it to turn into another cell type.One of the first objectives of the agent of leprosy are Schwann cells - helper cells of nervous tissue that form the myelin sheath around the axons of peripheral nerve fibers. The researchers took Schwann cells Read more [...]
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Americans, too, bore the lake in Antarctica

American explorers exploring the Antarctic subglacial lake Uillans. Scientists report that they have managed to penetrate to a depth of 801 meters, and in the coming hours they will lower scientific instruments into the well, according to "RIA Novosti". Studying Lake Uillanc, U.S. researchers plan to find out how these impact on the state of the lake ice sheet and the West Antarctic whether the life in such extreme conditions. 10 days a team of polar explorers, who arrived to the lake on 13 January, preparing to start drilling. 2 days after the start of drilling, Jan. 25, reached the Read more [...]
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Chinese scientists have proven that flowers are saving brain

Flowers can not only be a matter of aesthetic pleasure, but to help in the treatment of the brain, say Chinese scientists. According to them, such flowers as crocus, lavender, daffodils, snowdrops and crocus have a number of medicinal properties. For example, snowdrops contain galantamine, which causes dementia, Alzheimer's disease of mild to moderate severity, including those struggling with chronic cerebral circulation, increasing the concentration of acetylcholine in the body. That acetylcholine is responsible for the transmission of messages coming from neurons in Alzheimer's disease Read more [...]
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Blood group will talk about the nature of man

According to one theory, the blood type influences the character of the man and his personal life. It is noteworthy that this approach is especially popular in Japan. 75% of Japanese people believe blood type connection, character, and good luck in love. The idea is that a person's blood is passed a certain set of talents and qualities, reports Meddaily. This was the first time in 1971, said Sasahiko Nomi. Now the theory developed by his son - Tositaka Nomi. Experts say that a person should eat only according to blood group, because it affects the acidity of the stomach. This position Read more [...]
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Russian scientists have unraveled the mystery of the ancient doctrine of fire Yogi

Frost we are happy only when it comes in the form of a good old man with a beard, wearing a fur coat and a bag full of gifts. In all other cases, the cold - the eternal enemy of mankind. To escape from it, people wrapped in coats, jackets, wear underwear. But even this does not help, freezing during the winter holidays noses and cheeks account no! However, it turns out, we carry the fire, which protects from the cold within. Yes, yes, it is in your body!Why our early ancestors were not killed during the Ice Age? It is not always they sat by the fire, wrapped in skins - needed to produce Read more [...]
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In germ cells found in indelible epigenetic modifications

In the DNA of germ cells detected methyl modifications that remain in place even in the complete erasure other such modifications. Probably, these methylation-resistant foci responsible for the distribution of epigenetic code offspring.It is known that stress, smoking, endured disease, famine impose on our DNA its mark. Imprint literally: we are talking about epigenetic modifications, when the sequence of the DNA is the same, and the activity of genes can change radically. (In fairness it should be noted that such modifications may occur not only at the DNA, but also to the histones - proteins Read more [...]
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Overweight people are dying more often people with a normal constitution

A new study found that overweight people do not die more often people with a normal constitution. In the U.S., it caused a storm, because this can not be, because there can never be!The honor of the first cause of health debate in 2013 fell to a study which questioned the relationship of obesity with a relatively short life.Scientists from the National Center for Health Statistics of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the U.S. said Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), the people who, according to the body mass index (BMI), is there a weight and live an average of Read more [...]
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Genes snails hide in itself means that stops aging

According to The Courier Mail, the researchers examined a remarkable ability snails almost completely stop aging for a period of hibernation. Now experts want to find the genes that allow the snails to deal with over time. Perhaps the positive effects of these genes actually broadcast and on man.Dr. Scott Cummins, a molecular biologist at the University of the Sunshine Coast, said: "In this way, some snails can prolong his life from age 3 to 23. Dragging it in person, the duration would increase from 70 years to nearly 500."Now Dr. Cummings attempts to identify genes and neurohormones, Read more [...]
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Monkeys are like people tend to keep up, scientists have found

People have been known to unconsciously adjust their movements under the people nearby - go for a walk in the foot or clap in rhythm during the concert.Monkeys as well as humans, tend to synchronize their movements with their neighbors and move them at the same pace, scientists have found out of the Institute for Brain Research Center of Japanese RIKEN. People have been known to unconsciously adjust their movements under the people nearby - go for a walk in the foot or clap in rhythm during the concert. The group, led by Dr. Naotaka Fujii (Naotaka Fujii) in experiments with Japanese macaques found Read more [...]
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Scientists have yet another Antarctic subglacial lakes

Project WISSARDreported that a team of American explorers managed to penetrate the Antarctic subglacial Lake Uillans. Depth wells are carried hot sterile water was 801 meters. Experts have already started to collect information - the IA "Rosbalt". American explorers profit Uillans to Lake, located in 643 kilometers from South Pole, January 13, 2013. Then for ten days was being prepared for drilling. Mark in the 700 meters, researchers have been on the night of January 25, after which the experts examined the well and continued drilling at a lower rate. January 27 the Read more [...]
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Is there a quantum sense of smell?

A man can distinguish molecules, similar in shape but different in the quantum characteristics, but can this be considered a proof that our sense of smell relies on quantum effects?Not long ago we reported on the fact that the magnetic compass in birds can work with quantum effects. However, this is not the only case where the biological systems are suspected of active use of quantum mechanics. Scientists at the Biomedical Research Center. Alexander Fleming (Greece) published in a web journal PLoS ONE article, which suggests that the ability to distinguish one from the other smells also based Read more [...]
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