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10,000-Year-Old Man-Made Submerged Monolith Found

A man-made submerged monolith has been discovered 131 feet (12 meters) below the waters of the Sicilian Channel between Tunisia and Sicily. It weighs...

In Guatemala, Archaeologists Uncover Hidden Neighborhood in Ancient Maya City

Scientists have been excavating the ruins of Tikal, an ancient Maya city in modern-day Guatemala, since the 1950s — and thanks to those many...

Diamond Lasers Are 20 Times More Powerful Than Before

Using a diamond to concentrate a flash of light into a laser beam is nothing new, but researchers have surpassed anything that has been...

What ‘Really’ Makes You Share Online? Researchers Now Know

Newspapers, television, and radio used to be the places you went to for your current affairs stories. Now, you mostly share online through handheld devices and...

Hubble Shows Winds in Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Are Speeding Up

Like the speed of an advancing race car driver, the winds in the outermost "lane" of Jupiter's Great Red Spot are accelerating — a...

Humanity Needs to Reconsider Its Impacts on the Ecosystem

Research that was published in the journal Science by a team led by Dr. Chris Darimont from the University of Victoria has shown just how extreme human predatory...

Observations Confirm That Aerosols Formed From Plant Emitted Compounds Can Make Clouds Brighter

Atmospheric aerosols scatter and absorb solar light, and influence the formation of clouds. However, these processes are not yet completely understood, which leads to...

‘Back to Basics’ Approach Helps Unravel New Phase of Matter

Researchers used computer modeling to study potential new phases of matter known as prethermal discrete time crystals (DTCs). It was thought that the properties...

Study Suggests Earliest Use of Bone Tools to Produce Clothing in Morocco 120,000 Years Ago

A new study led by Arizona State University paleoanthropologist Curtis Marean and ASU doctoral graduate Emily Hallett details more than 60 bone tools and one tool made from...

How Planets May Be Seeded With the Chemicals Necessary for Life

Analysis of unique "fingerprints" in light emitted from material surrounding young stars has revealed “significant reservoirs” of large organic molecules necessary to form the...
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