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Generic “Preserved Conservation” Skin Found in Korea In World First

Once upon a time, a tiny miniature dinosaur was captured in a Korean rain storm. As the raindrops fell, the minority Minisauripus stood on a strong adhesive mud, leaving researchers with a “perfect” impression to find millions of years later. Now researchers say this small dinosaur tracks the first of its kind to have "curiously preserved" skin tracks to have …

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Life could now be emerging on the closest exoplanets

Artist's interpretation of a young World around a red Sun. Credit J. O Malley-James, Institute of Carl Sagan, Cornell University Credit: Jeff Tyson The savage was inspired by exoplanets when it was found that rocky planets like the Earth were coming around them in a habitable zone of some of our nearest stars – until the high levels of radiation …

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Impression Intricate Skin Still Visible on Backup Dinosaur quisite Exquisitely Preserved ’

Two dinosaur footprints displaying very detailed skin impressions Image: Kyung Soo Kim et al., 2019 / Science Reports During the Early Creepy, small dinosaur walked two feet on a finely graded mud stretch after rain storm. Stone stones were made on the resulting traces, but unlike other fossilized dinosaur tracks, the 120 million year fossils show skin imperfections all over …

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Solution of mammal mystery? The study reveals terrible data about a prehistoric creature

Abolished for thousands of years, the woolly tomb continues to attract humanity, as the expectation of scientific species is eventually revived. A new study now suggests that the giant creatures and the ancestors of mankind, the Neanderthals, may have genetic characteristics. The study, published by researchers at Tel Aviv University, suggests that there were probably similar molecular characteristics that enabled …

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The hunt for alien life begins in most parts of the world

Last year the microbiologist Jill Mikucki went to the Antarctic on a special mission: She was looking for signs of life on a planet and other similar sides. Her work is part of an attempt to understand the origins of life – not only in our lives, but in the solar system – by examining the organisms that emerge in …

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Climate change: European team to drill for oldest ice; in the Antarctic

Copyright of Laurent AUGUSTIN / CNRS Title of image The original EPICA project drilled an 800,000 year old ice core between 1996 and 2005 An ambitious project is an "ambitious" project to continuously record the Earth's climate and climate that stretches back 1.5 million years. A European consortium will face the Antarctic in December to begin the process of drilling …

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Scientists build a machine to quantify the possible future outlook

Unlike classical particles, quantum particles can travel in quantum suburbs of different directions. Mile Gu, along with Griffith researchers, used this phenomenon to design quantum devices that can make a real sum of all possible futures. Credit: NTU, Singapore. In the 2018 film Avengers: Infinity War a scene in which Dr Strange was looking into 14 million potential futures to …

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Researchers use genomic data to refugia; mapped when North American trees lived the ice age

<data data-thumb = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/csz/news/tmb/2019/5cab21bd52570.jpg" data-src = "https: //3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn "data-sub-html =" The green area on the map shows where the "north microrefugium" is where the pine trees lived the ice age Genomics study of the University of Michigan supports the controversial idea that some trees probably lived far further north and closer to the ice sheet than is generally believed. The …

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