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New Understanding of the Evolution of Cosmic Electromagnetic Fields

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Next year, the discovery of electromagnetism by the Danish physicist H.C. Ørsted. Even 200 years after its discovery, the existence of electromagnetism still raises new puzzles regarding its origin. Such a puzzle is the origin of electromagnetic fields on the largest scale of the universe. While researchers have long assumed that magnetic fields of femto-Gaussian strength …

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"An Experiment of Nature" – Fossil fish gives new insights into evolution after a mass extinction

One of the three fossils of Lessiniabatis Aenigmatica (MNHN F.Bol.566) obtained from the famous fossil site of Monte Bolca (Italy) as part and counterpart. The copy is in the Museum National d & # 39; Histoire Naturelle of Paris. Photo credits: © Giuseppe Marramà An international team of researchers headed by Giuseppe Marramà from the Institute of Paleontology at the …

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Pokemon Sword & Shield Add A New Evolution For Another Old Pokemon

GameSpot may be a commission from retail offers. As teased, The Pokemon Company has revealed the identity of Pokemon Sword and Shied's mysterious, glitchy Pokemon. Farfetch'd called Sirfetch'd. As its name suggests, Sirfetch'd appears to be based on a knight, and it is exclusive to Pokemon Sword. The leek carries on as a Farfetch'd has turned into a lance and …

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Rare 10 million year old fossil opens new perspectives on human evolution

A 10 million year old fossil monkey has given scientists new insights into human evolution. The monkey skeleton known as Rudapithecus was originally discovered in Hungary. The conserved basin was studied by an international research team that found that human bipedalism – bipedal locomotion – could have deeper origins than previously thought. "Carol Ward, a curator who is a professor …

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The skull of the oldest known ancestor of humanity is radically changing our understanding of evolution – Raw Story

The recent discovery of a 3.8-meter skull (lower jawbone) is currently the hottest talk among paleoanthropologists. But fossils are found again and again. Why is the skull of this little old man so important? It turns out that the discovery changes our view of the development of early hominin species – and how they have led to humans. To understand …

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Chevrolet Corvette C6 History: The Evolution after the C5 Revolution

We are nearing the end of our Corvette history series with the sixth generation C6, manufactured between 2005 and 2013. When the C5 returned the Corvette from the dead, the C6 turned the Corvette into a superhero. Compared to the previous generation, everything could have been improved, resulting in a car that exceeded all expectations. The engineers and designers working …

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Virtual "Universe Machine" illuminates galaxy evolution

A UA-led team of scientists created millions of different universes on a supercomputer, each of which followed different physical theories on how galaxies should form. Picture credits: NASA, ESA and J. Lotz and the HFF team / STScI How do galaxies evolve like our Milky Way? How do they grow and change over time? The science behind the formation of …

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Fossil findings complicate the theory of human evolution

Copyright (c) 2019 Baptist Press. Reprinted by Baptist Press (www.baptistpress.com), news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. The original story can be found at http://bpnews.net/53378/fossil-find-complicates-theory-of-human-evolution by Julie Borg / WORLD, written on Thursday, August 1, 2019 (11 hours ago) ASHEVILLE, N.C. (BP) – The analysis of an old human tooth seems to have taken another bite out of the evolutionary …

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BBC – Future – Strange Evolution: The Strange Future of Life on Earth

In the early 1980s, author Dougal Dixon published a cult book entitled After Man: A Zoology of the Future, in which he imagined what life would be like in millions of years. Dixon imagined shrews using their tails as parachutes, flying monkeys (or "flunkeys"), super-long snakes catching birds in the midst of flight, night sailors spearing their prey with long …

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