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Ancient Jewelries Found In Greece

Archeologists from University of Cincinnati have found 3,5oo years old jewelries along with precious weapons at Pylos, in Southern coast of Greece. According to the scientists, these new findings are amazingly untouched and undisturbed.   Along with jewelries and weapons the researchers have discovered some well preserved leftovers of great ...
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Sun’s Direction Affected by Tidal Force

The scientists from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) stated that the activities of Sun are dominated by the Sun’s magnetic field. Records have suggested that the strong forces from Venus, Earth and Jupiter can directly manipulate the Sun's action.   As per the statement by the scientists, the Sun’s magnetic mystery ...
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Scientists Re- Explains the Old Metal Theory

The researchers from different university have re-explained the 60 years old metal theory. As per the theory materials that conduct electricity at high temperature work as an insulator at lower temperatures.   For the very first time the scientists have directly visualized the changes in the metal. Before this the techniques were not availab ...
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Climate Changes Mystery for Scientists

The scientists from the University of Sheffield's Department of Geography have stated that limited data on Antarctica’s weather is enhancing the climate changing mystery.   The research was led by Dr Julie Jones from the university along with a research team. While focusing on the concern Dr. Julia said that the Antarctica’s cli ...
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Infants Know the Social Hints

A new study in psychology and human development at Cornell University claimed that the infants are aware about the social clues. According to the research, babies notice to what food is being eaten within their surroundings.   The study has also claimed that infant can think in a sophisticated way about slight cultural cues in an early age. ...
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Roman Gold Coins Discovered in Jerusalem

Archeologists have recently found rare gold coins bearing the images of Roman Emperor Nero. The coin’s images been showcased at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's archaeological excavations on Mount Zion in Jerusalem.   A team of archeologist, including Drs. Shimon Gibson, James Tabor, and Rafael Lewis, has announced the d ...
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Habitat Affects Turtles More Than Temperature

  According to the new research habitat is dangerous for turtles. This research was conducted by University of Bristol, London's Natural History Museum, and the University of California.   The researchers added that over 60 percent group of turtles are listed as venerable or critically endangered by International Union for Conservation ...
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Microbes on International Space Station

The scientists from NASA are preparing to study the micro bacterium that people have left behind on the international Space Centre to comprehend the control on the microbial environment in potential human exploration aircraft.   The researchers stated that, some bacterium live inside the human body however others are outside the body. Accord ...
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Magnetic Study: Study on Curve-Motion

You must have observed when a basketball player delivers a ball it goes in one direction. Why does it happen?   The scientists have came up with an answer, they stated that perhaps the whirling motion of the curveball pressurize the air to flow around it at a dissimilar motions which cause the ball to ‘break’ in one direction. & ...
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Rising Greenland Affects Habitat

With the help of a unique research the scientists have observed changes in the climate. The researchers from the National Space Institute at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Space) have studied several changes on the Greenland Ice Sheet.   According to the analysts this new research can be a helping tool to understand the changes in ...
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