On the “threshold of death”: The Doomsday Clock will stop at 100 seconds until midnight

Doomsday is approaching today as it was yesterday, according to a hypothetical clock known as the Doomsday Clock; For the second year in a row, the clock moves at 100…

Study finds children in sub-Saharan Africa are dying of COVID-19 at a higher rate than others – ScienceDaily

A new multicenter study published today in the United States shows that children in sub-Saharan Africa who are hospitalized with the emerging coronavirus are dying at a much higher rate…

Radio Pulsar proves Binary Einstein at least 99.99% right

Researchers conducted a 16-year experiment to challenge Einstein’s general theory of relativity. The international team looked at the stars – a pair of extreme stars called pulsars – through seven…

Scientists develop recyclable plastics based on sugars

Graphic summary. Credit: DOI: 10.1021 / jacs.1c10278 Researchers from the University of Birmingham in the UK and Duke University in the US have created a new family of sustainably sourced…

Archeology: It is considered the oldest hybrid animal in a 4,500-year-old tomb known to have been raised by humans

Early Bronze Age people in Syria would cross donkeys with wild donkeys to make valuable horse-like hybrids, indicating an advanced understanding of animal husbandry life January 14, 2022 by Alice…

Learn about Grudge the Cat’s backstory with IDW’s new sitcom Star Trek: Discovery

To christen the new year in style, IDW Publishing is blasting two millennia into the distant future with a daring new limited series of “Star Trek: Discovery” titled Adventures in…

Modern humans lived in East Africa 38,000 years earlier than thought

Modern humans appeared in eastern Africa at least 38,000 years earlier than scientists previously believed. This conclusion was drawn from the effects of a huge volcanic eruption used to date…

New interpretation of the moon’s magnetic mystery dating back half a century – ScienceDaily

The rocks returned to Earth during NASA’s Apollo program from 1968 to 1972, and provided large amounts of information about the history of the Moon, but they were also a…

Lead ammunition poisoning impedes the bald eagle’s recoil

Bald eagle groups slowly recovered from near devastation after the government banned DDT in 1972, but another ongoing problem blunted this recoil—lead poisoning from firearms ammunition. A new study published…

Nothing but fish nests: a huge colony of ice fish found in the Antarctic sea | Antarctica

Researchers exploring the sea floor in Antarctica have discovered a thriving and unprecedented colony of ice fish “about a third the size of London”. A team of biologists have made…