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Filipinos appoints more excavations when new human species are discovered

MANILA, Philippines (AP) – Archaeologists said to find fossil bones and teeth of human species that they had not known more than 50,000 years ago in northern Philippines on Thursday that they plan more excavations and they asked for better protection of the common limestone cave The Filipino archaeologist, Armand Salvador Mijares, said that the Philippines received important research because …

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A video shows sized alligator crustaceans on the sea floor

Scientists placed a dead alligator on the Gulf of Mexico floor in February to study the impact on ocean food chains. The Louisiana University Marine Consortium sent the video to YouTube on 3 April and viewed more than 230,000 from Wednesday. In November last, the state gave an application from Craig McClain, executive director of LUMCON, and brought his team …

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Black hole politics: Why the success of DC gravity will not succeed

The black holes are breaking news. For the first time, scientists have imagined the thing was unsuitable for a phenomenon whose presence was theoretical: he captured a photo of a huge black hole. Event Horizon Telescope displays a ring of orange light with a black field, where the laws of physics are abolished. Sounds like Washington. A lot of sound …

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Meet Today Bouncy, the STEM hero behind todays hole hole photo

Astronomers published in [1] [image 1 of 2] [image 1 of 2] [image 1] Bouman, and graduate student at Harvard, , The team, located in Hawaii, Chile, Mexico, Spain, Arizona, and the Antarctic – to create the image released today. collected data from these pages, as well as the data collected by the Horizon Telescope; He went to work. Last …

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See the second HeavyTig launch with SpaceX live here – BGR

Update : Unfortunately the Falcon heavy launch has been delayed so far. I stopped if you heard this one before: SpaceX is going to launch the Falcon Heavy rocket for a second time. I know, I know, that it was to happen last weekend, and then again Tuesday, but pushed back delayed it several times. It is now scheduled today, …

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Katie Bouman: How a grad student at MIT made the first black hole image possible

[edit] image of a black hole in space. [Image 1 of 2] unveiled the first-ever image Three years ago, Bouman led the creation of this ultimate-of-its-kind image: a supermassive Intelligence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Black holes are very low and easy task. The International Horizon Telescope interferometry. t Algorithm challenge, and many others, where did Bouman's algorithm – …

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