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Robot study pushes back the origins of efficient walking

Animals may have perfected the art of walking on earth sooner than previously thought, suggesting new research. Scientists now believe that an efficient standing locomotion on earth preceded the evolution of amniotes, the large group including reptiles, birds and mammals. The study focuses on Orobates pabsti, a large lizard-like plant eater that lived around 290 million years ago and was …

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Mega tube under Geneva enters race to succeed CERN collider

by Tom Miles GENEVA – A 100 km particle accelerator proposed in Geneva has joined an international research to develop the successor to the Large Hadron Collider to help unlock the subject's knowledge of the subject. # 39; humanity. collider (LHC), launched in 2008, destroys the protons together in a 27 km circuit under the Franco-Swiss border. He helped scientists …

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Warming Oceans Are Making Waves Stronger With Every Passing Year

O Cean waves are the canaries in the Earth's coal mine, signaling a disaster before the worst effects come. According to a study published Tuesday Nature Communications ocean waves are becoming increasingly powerful, a reality that has serious implications for coastal communities. This increase in wave power, scientists say, is directly related to the warming of the ocean's surface. Waves …

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New Movie Shows the Propeller-Like Rotation of Ultima Thule

These rough images were used to create an animation that demonstrates the rotation similar to a Ultima Thule propeller in the seven hours between 20:00 UT (3 pm ET ) on December 31, 2018 and at 5:01 am UT (12:01) on January 1, 2019, as seen by the LORRI (Long Range Reconnaissance Imager) aboard NASA's New Horizons. Credit: NASA / …

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The First Plant To Grow On The Moon Has Already Died

Just like your house plants. Sad news for fans of plants and / or celestial bodies: the first green leaf to sprout on the moon is already dead after a few days, just like the plants in your home. By the way, it's a hot wave in Australia right now – have you watered your plants today? In any case, …

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Robot study pushes back origins of walking

news, world Animals may have perfected the art of walking on earth sooner than previously thought, suggesting new research. Scientists now believe that a vertical and efficient locomotion on the earth preceded the evolution of amniotes, the large group that includes reptiles, birds and mammals. The study focused on Orobates pabsti, a large lizard-like plant eater that lived around 290 …

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Western-led team may unlock rocky secrets of Mars

A self-portrait of NASA rover Curiosity taken at Sol 2082 (June 15, 2018). Credit: NASA JPL / Special for Western News Humanity may be able to go further back in the history of the nearest neighbor to the planet, revealing the secrets of the evolution, climate and habitability of Mars, thanks to the efforts of a a group led by …

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