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  • Stone Age Humans Conducted Surgical Amputation, A New Study Finds Evidence

    Stone Age Humans Conducted Surgical Amputation, A New Study Finds Evidence

    Scientific investigation in Borneo has unearthed the world's first documented instance that stone age humans conducted surgical amputation. This discovery represents a significant achievement in the annals of human prehistory.

  • A Massive 7.6 Earthquake Rocks Papua New Guinea

    A Massive 7.6 Earthquake Rocks Papua New Guinea

    On Sunday, a massive 7.6 earthquake rocks Papua New Guinea, causing landslides, cracking roads, and damaging houses. It is currently unknown how extensive the damage is; however, there is debris scattered over the highways and fissures popping up in the roads. According to the United States Geological Survey, the epicenter of the earthquake was located at a depth of 90 kilometers, or around 56 miles, and was close to the town of Kainantu, which has a population of approximately 8,500 people.

  • A Rare Duck-Billed Dinosaur Skeleton With Basketball-Like Fossilized Skin Was Found In Canada

    A Rare Duck-Billed Dinosaur Skeleton With Basketball-Like Fossilized Skin Was Found In Canada

    A rare duck-billed dinosaur skeleton with basketball-like fossilized skin was found in Canada. When paleontologists in Alberta, Canada, discovered a nearly complete skeleton of a hadrosaur (a duck-billed, herbivorous dinosaur) with preserved soft tissue, they realized they had made a once-in-a-lifetime finding.

  • Vaping Company Juul Labs To Pay $438.5m To End Teen Marketing Investigation

    Vaping Company Juul Labs To Pay $438.5m To End Teen Marketing Investigation

    The disgraced vaping company Juul Labs to pay $438.5m to end teen marketing investigation. It is the result of an investigation into the company's marketing and sales tactics that lasted nearly two years. According to the findings of the investigation, Juul actively promoted its products to young people, despite the fact that it is against the law to sell electronic cigarettes to those who are under the age of 18.

  • Researchers Invent 3D-printed Walls That Can Grow Plants

    Researchers Invent 3D-printed Walls That Can Grow Plants

    Researchers invented 3d-print walls that can grow plants by coming up with a way to 3D print with seed-impregnated soil. This could be used to build walls and roofs where plants can grow Scientists at the University of Virginia think that by making "soil inks" out of soil and seeds that can be printed with a 3D printer, greenery could be built into buildings instead of just being put on top.

  • The Whole Public Has Been Cautioned About Legionnaires' Disease

    The Whole Public Has Been Cautioned About Legionnaires' Disease

    The whole public has been cautioned about Legionnaires' disease. Pipes and air-conditioning units in buildings should be checked for the presence of the bacterium that causes Legionnaires' disease, according to an infectious disease expert.

  • Artemis Moon Rocket – Why NASA Isn't In A Hurry To Launch It

    Artemis Moon Rocket – Why NASA Isn't In A Hurry To Launch It

    NASA officials called off a test launch of the Artemis Moon rocket that will one day send men to the moon on Saturday for the second time in a week. It was another setback for a major national spaceflight program, but NASA officials were hopeful that it would only be temporary.

  • The First Known Exoplanet May Turn Out To Be A Watery World

    The First Known Exoplanet May Turn Out To Be A Watery World

    The first known exoplanet may turn out to be a watery world, as it was recently identified in our galaxy. TOI-1452 b is an exoplanet located in the Draco constellation, roughly 100 light years from Earth. It is somewhat larger and more massive than Earth. Researchers from the University of Montreal conclude in an article published Wednesday in The Astronomical Journal that the planet's mass indicates it is mostly composed of material less dense than rock but denser than gas - a possible indicator of a worldwide ocean.

  • The Amazon Rainforest Is Approaching A Crucial Tipping Point

    The Amazon Rainforest Is Approaching A Crucial Tipping Point

    Indigenous leaders from nine countries and territories in the Amazon region delivered a report saying the Amazon rainforest is approaching a crucial tipping point that could turn it to savannah earlier than planned. Vast swaths of the southern Amazon rainforest are gone, and the rest will follow if deforestation isn't stopped.

  • NASA Planned To Launch The New Moon Rocket On Saturday In Its Second Attempt

    NASA Planned To Launch The New Moon Rocket On Saturday In Its Second Attempt

    After repairing fuel leaks and bypassing a faulty engine sensor, NASA planned to launch the new Moon rocket on Saturday. Late Monday night, NASA postponed the launch of its most powerful rocket to date, a 322-foot (98-meter) behemoth.

  • Mystery Pneumonia - It Killed Three And Infected Other Six In Argentina

    Mystery Pneumonia - It Killed Three And Infected Other Six In Argentina

    Local health officials in Argentina have reported that three persons have died from mystery pneumonia. Experts have ruled out COVID-19, influenza, and hantavirus as possible causes, but six others have already been affected. Argentine health officials said on Thursday, September 1, that a third person had died this week that had been contained to a single clinic.

  • New Approach Could Treat Many Diseases Related To Inflammation

    New Approach Could Treat Many Diseases Related To Inflammation

    In the early 2000s, researchers began to realize that inflammation was a key factor in a wide range of diseases, including Alzheimer's, cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. This made inflammation the new explanation for a lot of diseases, including those we get as we get older. Persistent inflammation drives many diseases, including aging itself.

  • Solar Cell Manufacturing Industry Might Be Revolutionized By A Novel Ferroelectric And Lead-Free Material

    Solar Cell Manufacturing Industry Might Be Revolutionized By A Novel Ferroelectric And Lead-Free Material

    Researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) of the U.S. Department of Energy and the University of California, Berkeley have found a new material that could make it easier to make solar cells and revolutionize the solar cell manufacturing industry.

  • Researchers Use Infrared Light Technology To Transmit Power Up To 100 Feet Wirelessly

    Researchers Use Infrared Light Technology To Transmit Power Up To 100 Feet Wirelessly

    In order to provide a risk-free alternative to corded charging for mobile devices and to power the Internet of Things (IoT) devices spread throughout an area, researchers at Sejong University in South Korea have developed a new laser charging system that can transmit power using infrared light technology for up to 30 meters (98.4 feet).

  • A Creature With No Anus – Its Reclassification By Expelling From The Group That Includes Humans

    A Creature With No Anus – Its Reclassification By Expelling From The Group That Includes Humans

    As was previously believed, a tiny creature with no anus dating back around 530 million years is not the earliest member of a diverse animal group that encompasses everything from starfish to humans. Even though Saccorhytus coronarius lacked an anus, it was covered with holes, including a ring of tiny ones around its gaping mouth. Those apertures have previously been interpreted as primitive gills utilized for breathing.

  • The Revised Versions Of Covid-19 Boosted From Pfizer And Moderna Have Been Approved By The FDA

    The Revised Versions Of Covid-19 Boosted From Pfizer And Moderna Have Been Approved By The FDA

    The revised versions of Covid-19 boosted from Pfizer and Moderna have been approved by the FDA on Wednesday. The revised Covid-19 vaccinations have just been granted emergency use permission in the US for the first time. Both vaccines are bivalent and combine the company's initial shot with another that specifically targets the BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron sublineages.

  • Monkeypox – Role Of Sex In Its Transmission

    Monkeypox – Role Of Sex In Its Transmission

    Over 15,000 Americans have been affected during the 2022 monkeypox epidemic that has spread to 95 nations. However, the virus may also be spread via intimate contact that does not entail sex. Most recorded cases have occurred in males who have intercourse with other men.

  • The Largest Dinosaur Skeleton Ever Has Been Discovered In A Portugal Man’s Backyard

    The Largest Dinosaur Skeleton Ever Has Been Discovered In A Portugal Man’s Backyard

    According to recent reports , the largest dinosaur skeleton ever has been discovered in a Portugal man’s backyard. The discovery of fragments of the dinosaur's spine and ribs by paleontologists lend credence to the notion that the enormous reptile measured approximately 12 meters tall and 25 meters long.