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Role of Science and Technology in Education Sector

It is impossible to manage modern society without science and technology since it changes the social structure of society. The impact of science and technology on a person directly occurs through education. That is, “science and technology — education — person”. Entering science and technology through education contributes to the development of young people, their formation as individuals. Thus, in …

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Photos show life on Mars, claims the Ohio entomologist

Entomologist William Romoser gave a lecture this week claiming that NASA photos show evidence of life on the red planet. Romoser has worked as a professor of entomology at Ohio University for four decades. It is likely that the real phenomenon in Romoser's work is pareidolia – the tendency to "see" recognizable forms under random visual data. Photos Captured by …

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Scientists may have discovered the fifth force of nature, announces the lab

It has long been known that there are four "fundamental forces" that govern nature. The substance of our universe is contracted or forced apart by these forces, which are determined by the fact that they do not seem to be due to more fundamental interactions between particles. These include gravitational forces and electromagnetic forces Produce significant long-range interactions whose effects …

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Snakes had hind legs for 70 million years before losing them, new fossil shows

This is an artistic depiction of Najash rionegrina in the dunes of the Kokorkom Desert, which stretched over northern Patagonia during the Late Cretaceous. The snake is wrapped with its hind legs on the remains of a jawbone of a small charcharodontosaurid dinosaur. University of South Carolina archaeologist Christopher Moore (second from right) and colleagues collect core samples from White …

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New antibiotic found in bacteria in a worm in an insect egg

BSIP / Universal Images Group The last antibiotics produced against Gram-negative bacteria – which tend to be more dangerous – were developed in the 1960s. Thanks to the increasing resistance to antibiotics, we need more. But instead of bothering to do our own, scientists have been looking for other species that may have to kill the same bacteria we do …

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"There was and is life on Mars," claims one expert, citing NASA photos

A former NASA scientist has recently made the explosive claim that life was found on Mars in the 1970s, which the State Space Agency has vehemently denied. However, an entomologist at Ohio University has gone a step further, claiming to have discovered "insect and reptile-like beings" in a photo of the Red Planet, both living and dead. The emeritus professor …

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The Northern Lights will be visible in parts of the US Wednesday night

According to the Space Weather Prediction Center of the NOAA, an explosion of solar energy from the sun will hit the earth on Wednesday evening. There is nothing to fear from the solar storm; The only problem is possible weak power grid fluctuations. But a funny side effect will be the activity of Aurora Borealis. According to the University of …

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Elon Musk's Starlink satellites are already giving astronomers a headache

Astronomers at a Chilean observatory were roughly interrupted earlier this week when a SpaceX satellite train consisting of 60 Starlink satellites floated above their heads, which scientists seem to have accepted as a new normality. The Starlink-Smallsat train launched into orbit on November 11 crossed the Interamerican Observatory of Cerro Tololo in Chile astronomer Clarae for five minutes Martínez-Vázquez. "Wow …

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