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  • 3 часа, 46 минут назад 29.09.2022Science
    Egypt breakthrough as experts suspect Nefertiti is hidden in Tutankhamun’s tomb
    A leading Egyptologist has claimed that the Egyptian queen Nefertiti could in fact be hiding behind a hidden door within Tutankhamun’s tomb after the discovery of hidden hieroglyphics unleashed new evidence to boost the famous theory. Nicholas Reeves, a former curator in the British Museum’s Department of Egyptian Antiquities, has claimed that while the theory remains unproven, he found ancient cartouches exposing new Egyptian secrets. The expert discovered that cartouches depicting Tutankhamun buried under Ay, his predeccessor, had in fact…
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  • 5 часов, 46 минут назад 29.09.2022Science
    Dog gives birth to cloned Arctic wolf in major breakthrough: ‘First of its kind’
    A surrogate Beagle mother has given birth to a wolf cloned in a Beijing lab in a fascinating world-first. The Arctic beast has been named Maya, and her birth could represent a major breakthrough in “the protection and breeding of wild and endangered animals”. Born back in June, the wolf was cloned by Chinese scientists who took skin cells from a 16-year-old female wolf at a lab in the country’s northeast region. These were then inserted into the mother Beagle’s…
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  • 9 часов, 45 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Musk humiliated for choosing Germany over UK as locals call for Tesla plant to be scrapped
    Germans have urged Tesla to slam the brakes on production on its electric vehicle (EV) plant in Berlin – the location he chose over the UK due to Brexit – after a fire broke out at the factory in a humiliating turn of events for Elon Musk. The blaze broke out at gigafactory (large-scale EV manufacturing facilities) in the early hours of the morning and was put out by 50 firefighters from Tesla’s own brigade and the local fire department…
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  • 9 часов, 56 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Dogs can smell changes in your breath and sweat that indicate you feel under pressure, study finds
    Do you ever feel like your dog knows to come over for a cuddle just when you’re starting to feel stressed or down? Well, they just might! New research suggests our furry friends are able to smell when we are under pressure by detecting chemical changes in our breath and sweat. Scientists at Queen’s University Belfast got four dogs – Treo, Fingal, Soot and Winnie – to sniff samples of the bodily fluids taken from stressed and relaxed people. The…
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  • 9 часов, 56 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    ‘PERFECT archaeology machine’: Researchers use iPad Pro to ‘revolutionize’ how they preserve Pompeii
    Archaeologists working to unlock all the secrets of ancient Pompeii recently used a tool that doesn’t spring to mind when you think of excavations – an iPad Pro. Mixed in with more standard equipment like trowels, buckets and brushes, archaeologists at the site that was buried when Mount Vesuvius erupted are now harnessing the computational power and versatility of Apple’s iPad Pro. Researchers who are prone to scribble notes about artifacts or other technical details during digs on paper now…
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  • 9 часов, 56 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Asteroid impacts on the moon coincided with some of the largest meteorite impacts on Earth
    Asteroid impacts on the moon millions of years ago coincided with some of the largest meteorite impacts on Earth — including the one that wiped out the dinosaurs. That is the discovery of a new study which also found that major impact events on our planet did not happen in isolation, but rather were accompanied by a series of smaller impacts. Experts say their findings shed new light on the asteroids in the inner solar system, including the likelihood of…
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  • 9 часов, 57 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    ESA astronaut performs the Jedi warrior and crescent moon poses while in microgravity aboard the ISS
    European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti completed a yoga class that is out of this world – she performed the Jedi warrior, shooting star and other poses in microgravity while aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Cristoforetti, who on Wednesday became the first female European commander on the station, followed along with certified yoga teacher Jaime Amor who conducted the class from an Earth-based studio. However, the astronaut had to secure her feet to the floor with a bar…
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  • 11 часов, 46 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Asian hornet warning: UK sighting of invasive ‘predatory wasps’ puts Britons on alert
    The Government has urged the public to keep watch for the Asian “predatory wasps” after bee experts confirmed the sighting of the terrifying insects in Essex. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) warned on Wednesday that the “invasive species”, which was spotted in the Raleigh area of Essex, pose a threat to honeybees. But the authorities have stressed that Asian hornets do not cause any more harm to human health than regular wasps or hornets. DEFRA is…
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  • 11 часов, 46 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Scholz eyes humiliating nuclear U-turn as Germany scrambles to keep lights on this winter
    Berlin has been forced to consider delaying its nuclear phaseout as it scrambles to avert a crisis amid supply shortage fears. It comes as imports of crucial Russian gas have plummeted, as has France’s nuclear power output. This has forced Germany to consider keeping two of its three remaining plants open until mid-April 2023, despite the fact all its nuclear stations had been scheduled to close. German state officials have said that this is a “necessary” step to swerve shortages…
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  • 11 часов, 57 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Steamship that sent an iceberg warning to the Titanic is found at bottom of Irish Sea
    The steamship which sent an iceberg warning to the Titanic before it sank has been discovered broken in two at the bottom of the Irish Sea. SS Mesaba transmitted a caution signal to the ‘unsinkable’ vessel while it crossed the Atlantic on April 15, 1912. This message was received, but never reached the bridge. Later that night the Titanic famously hit an iceberg and plummeted nearly two-and-a-half miles to the bottom of the ocean on her maiden voyage. The SS…
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  • 11 часов, 57 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Armored ‘shark’ that lived 439 million years ago is humans’ oldest jawed ancestor
    An ancient armored ‘shark’ that roamed the oceans 436 million years ago is believed to be humans’ oldest jawed ancestor – predating the previous specimen by 15 million years. Paleontologists reconstructed tiny skeletal fragments unearthed in China that belonged to a creature with an external body ‘armor’ and several pairs of fin spines that separate it from living jawed fish like cartilaginous sharks and rays. The team also uncovered about 20 teeth from this new species named Fanjingshania, allowing them…
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  • 13 часов, 46 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Nuclear fusion breakthrough as scientists crack vital code for ‘holy grail’ energy source
    Nuclear fusion is a process that occurs naturally in stars like the Sun, taking hydrogen nuclei and combining them to form helium — releasing colossal amounts of energy in the process. Dubbed the ‘holy grail’ energy source, fusion has the potential to generate more than four million times the amount of energy released by an equivalent chemical reaction — such as the burning of coal, oil or gas — and four times that of nuclear fission, which involves the splitting…
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  • 13 часов, 56 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    WhatsApp chief warns new Online Safety Bill risks security of billions – including the government
    A WhatsApp chief has warned ministers that aspects of the new Online Safety Bill could risk the security of more than two billion users, including the government’s own departments. Will Cathcart, head of WhatsApp at Meta, said plans to override encryption technology would have implications for the security of the government’s own communications, and that what the UK decides will have global repercussions, such as emboldening authoritarian regimes. In an interview with the FT, he said: ‘If the UK decides…
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  • 13 часов, 56 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Apple CUTS production of the new iPhone 14 by 6 million units in the second half of 2022
    Apple’s shares dropped by 3.9 percent in premarket trading on Wednesday following news that the tech giant is cutting production of its new iPhone 14 after seeing a weaker-than-expected demand. Sources familiar with the matter told Bloomberg that Apple is forgoing an additional six million handsets this year on top of the already 90 million units that were produced in 2021. The lack of enthusiasm among consumers is likely due to price increases for markets outside of the US and…
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  • 13 часов, 56 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Nord Stream gas leaks could release up to 200,000 TONNES of methane – raising climate fears
    Huge leaks in the two largest gas pipelines linking Russia to Europe are spewing out vast quantities of natural gas – at an estimated rate of 500 metric tons per hour when first breached. As well as the potentially devastating implications for global energy supply, the leaks could also have an ‘unprecedented’ environmental impact, experts have warned. Gas has been spewing from both Nord Stream 1 and 2 since Monday, after three leaks mysteriously appeared in the system. One has…
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  • 13 часов, 56 минут назад 28.09.2022Science
    Alice, world’s first all-electric passenger plane, takes to the skies for FIRST time in Washington
    The world’s first all-electric passenger plane took to the skies for the first time to reach an altitude of 3,500 feet during an 8-minute flight in Washington. After years of development by Eviation Aircraft, the inaugural flight of the zero-emissions plane that’s powered by two 640-kilowatt electric motors went off without a hitch when it look off at 7:10 am on Tuesday from Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake, Washington. Alice is targeted for commuter and cargo markets and…
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Liz Truss warned her biggest mistake was to drop US trade deal giving ‘bully Biden’ a win
Liz Truss has made a major tactical error in dropping the UK/ US trade deal a leading Washington insider has…
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‘Blatant political meddling’: IMF branded ‘EU stooge’ after UK income tax intervention
Attempts by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to persuade Prime Minister Liz Truss to rethink the decision to scrap the…
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13.09.2022
U.S. inflation falls for 2nd straight month on lower gas costs
Sharply lower prices for gas and cheaper used cars slowed U.S. inflation in August for a second straight month, though…
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02.09.2022
G-7 announces price cap deal on Russian oil in win for Yellen
Finance ministers from the Group of Seven major economies announced an agreement Friday to impose a cap on the price…
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29.09.2022
Four Tottenham players on fire during international break as Arsenal showdown looms
Tottenham manager Antonio Conte will be pleased with what he’s seen from four stars over the international break. The Italian…
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29.09.2022
Man Utd winners and losers from international break as five players struggle to impress
Manchester United players predominantly enjoyed a strong international break with their respective countries but some struggled to make an impact.…
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29.09.2022
Evan Peters shares the ‘one rule’ Dahmer writer Ryan Murphy issued star ‘Never sympathise’
WandaVision and American Horror Story star Evan Peters has now taken on his most challenging role in portraying one of…
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Heartbreak High is a smash hit for Netflix, silencing critics who said it was ‘took woke’
The Heartbreak High reboot on Netflix has exceeded expectations by becoming one of the streaming platform’s most-watched programs globally. The…
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