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The Neanderthal gene is linked to increased sensitivity to pain.

Assembling of the NeolithicCredit: S. Entressangle / E-Day / SPL Neanderthals live hard The Ice Age hunters have collected organisms throughout Western Eurasia, mammoth hunting, bison and other dangerous animals. Despite living rough and devastated, Neanderthals has a biological predisposition to the growing feeling of pain. The first genome study published in Current biology On the 23rd of July1Evolutionary geneticists …

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The way to see it tonight

close It may be a little too late for the 4th of July celebration, but nature has set aside this impressive comet fireworks. Buzz60 With most clear skies, tonight is expected to be a rare opportunity to see Comet Neowise before it fades. Before going outside to find a rare comet tonight, here are some things you should know. What …

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America’s Crocodile Comes Out of Africa – Raw Story

According to a study published Thursday, many species of crocodiles flow in rivers and brackish trails in America. The researchers speculate that they may descend from a single specimen that groped along the currents of the Atlantic Ocean to the new world at least five million years ago. Based on the analysis of the high-tech skull fragments excavated from the …

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The first underwater methane leak discovered near Antarctica.

The bottom of the cold Antarctic ice, researchers have discovered a gas leak that can change the fate of the weather. For the first time, scientists have detected a leak of methane gas – Greenhouse gas Which has the potential to generate heat to the weather than carbon dioxide up to 25 times in Antarctic waters While methane leaks have …

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Coronavirus shutdown has caused human activity to decrease like never before.

The report published in the journal Science has a tremendous amount of writers: 76 scientists from 27 countries from Norway to New Zealand. A coherent story telling tool: The earth’s surface was exceptionally quiet when the virus ran around the world earlier this year. The coronavirus outbreak has reduced human activity when countries began their economy and motivated people to …

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Hubble provides an astonishing view of Saturn in the summer.

The Hubble Space Telescope looks at Saturn during the northern hemisphere’s summer. NASA, ESA, A. Simon (Goddard Space Flight Center), MH Wong (University of California, Berkeley), and the OPAL team. Saturn has seasons, it takes a long time to ride through them due to the distance from the sun. Now is summer on the top of the planet. NASA and …

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SpaceX satellites completely destroyed the comet’s good view.

Picture of Comet NEOWISE destroyed By Star Link satellitephoto: Daniel Lopez There is no place safe from light pollution, even in the area. On Wednesday, astronomer astronomer Daniel Lopez Shared The photos he took from NEOWISE comet The day before, Teide National Park on the Canary Islands However, SpaceX’s Starlink satellites destroyed images and painted them in a straight line …

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Good vibrations? Quiet Time COVID Earth Earthquake Relief …

* Studies have shown that closing the lock disrupts human-linked earthquakes * Scientists help to hear the natural vibrations of the world * The quietest moments from earthquakes are recorded the most clearly. By Kate Kelland LONDON, July 23 (Reuters) – COVID-19 locks down around the world, leading to the longest and most pronounced decline in the vibrations of earthquakes …

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The smallest dinosaur in the world is probably a lizard.

This fossil is trapped in amber, thought to be a dinosaur. But there is a tendency for lizardsCredit: Lida Xing A tall paper that reports what is thought to be the remains of a dinosaur shaped like the smallest bird known. New evidence suggests that the specimen currently caught in amber is Burma nearly 100 million years ago, probably a …

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