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New research results promote understanding of the forms of the human intestinal microbiome

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A recent study by Northwestern University found that human gut microbiotics, in spite of man's close genetic relationship to monkeys, are much more like baboons than apes like chimpanzees. These results suggest that human ecology influences human gut microbiota more than genetic relationships. The results also suggest that the human gut microbiome has unique properties compared …

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NASA inaugurates the competition for the construction of human rated lunar countries – Spaceflight Now

Artistic representation of a multilevel lunar module for humans. Credit: NASA Enterprises have until 1 November to submit to NASA proposals for a human-rated lander that may be ready to move astronauts to the lunar surface by the end of 2024, and the agency leaves the option open to contractors to develop a submersible that bypasses the planned gateway mini-space …

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Asteroid News: Scientists claim that North American human culture has been extinguished by a rockfall Science | news

The survey alleges an asteroid impact that triggered the "Younger Dryas" episode in the Earth's history as temperatures plummeted. This has been linked to the extinction of many animals, including giant sloths in South Africa and mammoths in Europe. Around the same time, the Clovis people, an early North American culture, disappeared from the records. Similar disappearances took place in …

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Elton Musk's future Starship updates may include more details on human survival

Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, has now delivered four presentations on his company's Starship rocket, but all these updates focused mainly on the vehicle's external statistics. Musk has barely touched on the technologies needed to keep people alive on Starship – technologies that need to be developed relatively soon if the spacecraft wants to transport people to space targets like …

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Human embryos have lizard hand muscles that disappear before birth / Boing Boing

New high-resolution 3D images of human embryos show a variety of muscles "present in our ancestors but not normally present in adult humans." For example, there are hand muscles that appear temporarily in human embryos but usually disappear before birth. According to the researchers, our human ancestors lost these "muscles from the back of their hands about 250 million years …

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Human fetuses develop lizard-like body parts that disappear before birth

Photo: Alberta Government (Flickr (CC BY 1.0)) New research this week seems to show that human fetuses develop more Muscles in legs and arms disappear when they are born. And some of these muscles were last seen by our adult ancestors over 250 million years ago. The evolutionary journey of a species is littered with detours and dead ends. Humans, …

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The crews find the human body, explosive devices in the wreckage of the fire of a condominium in Massachusetts: reports

Rescue teams mysteriously digging in the rubble of a Massachusetts condominium on Sunday night reported Monday found a man's body, two explosives, and several propane tanks. The crews stopped demolishing the building in Fitchburg, about 90 kilometers west of Boston, after discovering a corpse on the third floor under a collapsed roof section, Boston's WFXT reported. The discovery was confirmed …

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Google reduces how much audio is stored for human verification

Google will make some changes to the retention policy for audio over the coming months. Especially for those who are worried that people will listen to you, every user will be asked to re-confirm their decision to choose this program – which will be "paused globally" until an EU inquiry. The company also makes other changes, including a new sensitivity …

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Israeli scientists reveal faces of old human relatives, Denisovans

Israeli scientists have been able to demonstrate the facial and skeletal structure of an extinct and little-known group of people despite an almost complete lack of bone. Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem worked with colleagues from Stanford University in the US to gain new insights into Denisovans, who lived around 50,000 years ago with Neanderthals and modern humans …

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