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Unknown Facts about Biology

Biology is the science of life. Its name derives from the Greek words "bios" (life) and "logos" (study). Biologists study the structure, function, growth, origin, evolution and distribution of living organisms. In general, it is considered that there are at least nine "umbrella" fields of biology, each of which consists of multiple subfields.Bioche ...
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Birthplace of the Queen, Jane Gray, Discovered Under the Park

Archaeologists have discovered what may be the foundations of the childhood home of Lady Jane Gray, a relative of King Henry VIII and the Queen of England for nine days in July 1553.The newly discovered remains of the stone building are located at Bradgate Park in Leicestershire, England, an archeological access point that researchers have been exc ...
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5 Applications for Space Lovers on World UFO Day

World UFO Day is July 2, and whether or not you think we can find extraterrestrial visitors in the night sky, this is a great excuse to go out and look at the stars. While you're out there, you can use any of the 5 applications we've listed below to better understand what you're seeing and where to direct your head or telescope to get a really fant ...
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The Denisovan: Fossil diagnosed in Tibetan Den

Jawbone from China exposed that the ancient hominid was widespread across the whole world and lived at unpredictable altitude.In 2008 scientists working in denisovan den, a cold site in Siberia’s Altai Mountains Scientists have uncovered the most complete remains yet from mysterious ancient hominine group known as the denisovans.The DNA of th ...
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Google and Youtube Give You More Control Over Your Data and Recommendations

Large technology companies, such as Google and Facebook, have rightly found themselves in a focus of attention that has lately been correctly focused on data, privacy and security issues. At best, this continuing approach can encourage these powerful organizations to make changes that give people more control over their data and their experience on ...
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Water Future of Third Pole

The names of Asia's highest mountain The Himalaya, Karakoram, Hindu Kush ranges crave adventure to those who live worldwide but for more than a billion people, these are the names of their most important water sources. Their snow and ice glaciers consists large volume of fresh water outside the Earth's polar ice sheets; this leads hydrologists to n ...
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How Indian National Army Devote To India’s Independence

Subhas Chandra Bose was born on 23rd January, 1897 and died on 18th August, 1945. He was an Indian nationalist whose defiant patriotism made him a hero in India, but on the attempt to liberate India of British rule with the help of Nazi Germany and imperial japan left a troubled endowment during World War II. Netaji had faced dangerous revolutionar ...
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Increase In Pollution Decreases Rainfall Level!

Our world is leading towards water scarcity and it is not much awaited for the time when water crisis will hit the world. It’s the month of July and many regions have still not seen rains, what is the main reason that has caused this to happen? It is the increase in pollution, researchers have found that air pollution is the sole reason that ...
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Fight Addiction; Get Your Digital Detox Now

Our eyes remain so blocked for hours while holding a 7-inch object that we don’t even remember the last time we exchanged constructive and meaningful words with anybody. A man is becoming a social animal. He is so lost in the virtual world that he has no idea what is happening next to him. This is something that we experience every day of our ...
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How The Ancient Romans Drew Their Monumental Architecture

We have known for a long time that some of the builders in ancient times have extraordinary abilities, but we still do not know how certain monumental construction projects were achieved. However, a mystery has been put to bed: how the ancient Romans achieved efficiency in their massive construction projects, whether by building roads or buildings ...
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