Sometimes, the universe just provides a perfect way to express our feelings. For the entire dumpster fire of the year 2020, we have been given the most appropriate farewell by the space cloud at a distance of 1,00 light-years. This small hut of material is part of a larger cloud …Read More »
Despite the Dumpster Fire of 2020, here are 11 science achievements we’ve made in science
With only a few days left in this strange beast of a year that will surely come down in the history books, we thought it would be nice to reflect on the amazing things scientists have done so far. Despite everything. Of course, scientific achievements usually take years. However, here …Read More »
South Korea’s ‘Artificial Sun’ sets new world record for high temperature plasma only
Scientists have set a new world record for high-temperature plasma, reaching ion temperatures of 100 million degrees Celsius (180 million degrees Fahrenheit) for a 20-second period with a Korea Superconducting TalkMac Advanced Research (KSTAR) device. Known as Korea’s “artificial sun”, KSTAR uses magnetic fields to generate and stabilize ultra-hot plasma …Read More »
Scientists have just discovered what this thorny art really is from the invisible land.
In the ancient past, Europe was a very different place – at one time Britain was still operating in the European continent. Only after Millennia, when that connection was long broken, did modern humans begin to rediscover the ancient art of the Stone Age that once lived in the lands …Read More »
The mysterious ‘Dark River’ could flow up to 1000 kilometers below Greenland, scientists say.
According to new research, a huge underground river that melts ice from the surface of Greenland could flow in a state of permanent darkness. The ‘Dark River’, nicknamed, is a fictional waterway that, if it really exists, extends 1000 kilometers (620 miles) from the interior of Greenland to the northwestern …Read More »