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Earliest Primate Ancestors Belonged to India

A team of international annalists has found 25 tiny bones in Gujarat, India. These tiny well preserved bones have been found in a coal mine in Gujarat.   The study has revealed that the newly found group of bones is much more primitive than the oldest primate fossil known as Teilhardina. Teilhardina first appeared in the deposits at the be ...
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Planet Nine can be Fatal for the Solar System

A new study shows existence of planet nine can be fatal for the solar system. According to Dr. Dimitri Veras from Department of Physics has discovered the existence of planet nine. Planet nine known as the hypothetical planet exists in the outer solar system.   Scientists have also claimed existent of the planet could cause the elimination o ...
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High Quality Graphene Produced Using Microwaves

Engineers from Rutgers University have discovered a new easy way to produce best- quality graphene. Graphene has its origin from granite which is a carbon based material. This material is used by students and teachers for generations in the form of a pencil.   This graphene has been created with the help of an oven which can be helpful for n ...
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Dry Air Can Strain Plants During Drought

Scientists of Indiana University have found the good effect of low relative humidity on the environment. The study suggested that several improvements in drought-models are required to save the climate of the Earth.   Models used to measure the impact of drought can leave harmful effect on the earth’s temperature. At the same time stra ...
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Changes in Brain Due to Allergies

A study has found that the seasonal allergies cause changes in the functioning of brain. A researcher has also analyzed that hippocampus a part of the brain is liable for forming new memories and the site where neurons continue to form throughout the life.   During an allergic reaction, the number of new neurons increases in hippocampus whi ...
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Pope Declared Mother Teresa a Saint

Mother Teresa is declared a saint by Pope Francis at Vatican on 4th September, 2016.  For many poor and needy whom mother Teresa served, the nun was a living saint. The tiny nun in a white and blue sari was a symbol of kindness and love. Mother taught in Loreto, St. Mary’s school, Calcutta. She used to take the dying people from the str ...
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5000 Years Old Grooves Found in Tamil Nadu

K. Umapathi, a student from Epigraphy and Archaeology has discovered the grooves on a bed rock, which was used for sharpening polished stone axes of Neolithic age. The grooves were found at Pathari on the Javadi hills, an off shoot of the Eastern Ghats. The grooves are around 5000 years old.   In the north-west of Pathari six more grooves w ...
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Ancient Irrigation Work at Sanchi

Sanchi is located in Madhya Pradesh and is a site known for its stupas, pillars, temples, monasteries and sculptural wealth. This is the wonderful place where the beginning and downfall of Buddhist art and architecture can be witnessed. Sanchi cover up the whole period of Buddhism in India.   Sanchi is a World Heritage Site with a glorious a ...
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Scientists Converts Carbon Dioxide into Fuel

Carbon dioxide is the main cause for increasing the rate of climate change. Scientists and policy makers around the world are trying to combat this rate. Burning of fossil fuels in plants and car engines produces carbon dioxide. This gets accumulated in the atmosphere and in turn warms the planet. However, trees and plants gradually confine carbon ...
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World's Ocean Is In Danger

  Growing garbage inside the world’s ocean is the most important issue which is bothering the scientists. This major issue came into existence after Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 went missing.   Discarded fishing equipments, cargo container parts, plastic bags are being found in the hunt for the missing plane.   Kathleen D ...
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