Nature has a way of embarrassing our best technology. For decades, scientists have been trying to create the ultimate sound absorber – a carefully engineered material that can handle sound waves for stealth movement or smooth peace and quiet. It turns out, however, that the beloved ‘metastructure’ may already exist …Read More »
Scientists have discovered unfamiliar signs of new physics in the background radiation of the universe.
In all known space, between the stars and the galaxies, an extremely circular glow is eclipsed, a remnant left over from the beginning of the universe. This is the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB), the first light that it could travel through the universe when it cooled about 380,000 years after …Read More »
The discovery of a so-called “buck-tooth-toothed” animal that lived about 68 million years ago has raised speculations about the diversity of birds that live with dinosaurs. In less than nine centimeters (3.5 inches), the fragile skull of ornithologists has been dubbed. Falkatkeli Forster Will be easily ignored. In fact, it …Read More »
The kernel of self-awareness at the very root of your identity connects memories of the past with the fleeting sensations of the present, and a touch of anticipation for the future. The question of whether this ongoing understanding of ‘you’ is as strong as it makes one is has plagued …Read More »
The question of whether the Tou-million-year-old primate, nicknamed ‘Toumai’, walked on two-four legs has sparked drama among paleontologists – with a perishable woman. Since the discovery of Sahalenthropus tecdensis The first relic, dating back to 2001, has always been cited as our ancient known hominin ancestor. Preliminary analysis suggests that …Read More »