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Asia could not fish until 2048, UN reports

Earth is dramatically losing plants, animals and clean water, according to four new United Nations scientific reports on biodiversity. Scientists in Colombia released four regional reports on Friday on how well animal and plant life in the region is America; Europe and Central Asia; Africa; and the Asia-Pacific region. Her conclusion after three years of study: nowhere is it good. …

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Meet SoFi, The Robotic Fish

Share Tweet Share Share Email MIT researchers have developed and developed a robotic robot that can glide silently and easily underwater, with the undulations of real life Imitates Fish Nicknamed SoFi, this is the first robotic fish to withstand ocean currents and pressures for a long time, the Los Angeles Times reports. In their study, the researchers describe how SoFi …

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NASA astronaut, cosmonaut Arrival at the space station after a 2-day journey

The space probe Soyuz with NASA astronaut Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold and cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev approaches the International Space Station on March 23, 2018. NASA TV Two US astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut have arrived for a five-month stay at the International Space Station (ISS) NASA astronauts Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold, along with cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev from Russian …

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The knowledge of Stephen Hawking brought with it amazing changes

Jeff Rodgers & # 39; s farewell to cosmologist Stephen Hawking at the Bradenton Herald came home. In the mid-1970s, I spent my senior year in an autonomous study of dark openings. As a feature of my research, I read Hawking's unique compositions in the Astrophysical Journal. At this point, dark gaps were still a hypothesis that was not observed …

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ESA launches the world's first mission to explore the "atmospheres of hundreds of planets" Inhabitat

See a brand new era of space exploration. The European Space Agency (ESA) has recently selected the Aerial Remote Sensing Exoplanet Remote Sensing Mission (ARIEL) from three candidates to launch what Nature describes as the "world's first space telescope" exoplanets. "The four-year-old $ 552 million will launch on the Ariane-6 rocket in 2028. The agency said we found thousands of …

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"Celebrate Stephen Hawking" with a 419 scam

The recently deceased Stephen Hawking has apparently returned from the dead, now a target for cheaters who want to quickly collect money from the unwary in the form of a vague surreal fraud. The whole thing begins with an e-mail from Stephen Hawking titled "Stephen Hawking Celebrating" Click to Enlarge The body text is a slightly mutilated wipe job from …

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Watch the first shots of living monkfish

23rd March (UPI) – Scientists have for the first time taken pictures of a living female monkfish and its male companion. Frogfishes are among the heaviest creatures in the deep sea. The pair was filmed by German researchers Kirsten and Joachim Jakobsen on board the LULA1000, the manned submersible of the Rebikoff-Niggeler Foundation. German: www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…39&Itemid=32 The scientists filmed the female …

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