Earth tipped on its side (and back again) in ‘cosmic yo-yo’ 84 million years ago

A brand-new research study has actually validated a longstanding theory that the Earth’s crust was slanted on its side around 84 million years ago. (Image credit: Shutterstock) Earth has... Read more »

We got the beat: Lemurs show vocal musical rhythm, a rarity in animal kingdom | Science

Rhythm, the stating goes—you either have it, or you don’t. Humans and songbirds do, however previously, the capability to vocalize to a beat hasn’t been observed in other places... Read more »

Demonstration Of Constant Velocity With A Moving Trampoline…

Demonstration Of Constant Velocity With A Moving Trampoline… Read more »

Layered combustion of butane in a bottle (source video in comments)

Layered combustion of butane in a bottle (source video in remarks) Read more »

Plasma Jets from Vela Pulsar.

Plasma Jets from Vela Pulsar. Read more »

Polar bear hunting a reindeer caught on tape for first time | Science

In August 2020, biologist Izabela Kulaszewicz was settling in for a lazy night at the Polish Polar Station, Hornsund, on Norway’s Svalbard island chain, when a message came by... Read more »

8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome

Women in ancient Rome held really couple of rights and by law were ruled out equivalent to guys, according to a 2018 short article on The Great Courses Daily.... Read more »

Comparing how fast a ball would fall 1 meter on the surface of different celestial bodies [reupload with timing fixed]

(*1*) Comparing how fast a ball would fall 1 meter on the surface of different celestial bodies [reupload with timing fixed] Read more »

Report: Plastic is on track to become a bigger climate problem than coal

Plastic penetrates the oceans, mess garbage dumps, and threatens to produce a “near-permanent contamination of the natural environment,” according to scientists. As if that weren’t bad enough, it is... Read more »

Certain neurons are important for effective social behavior and healthy relationships within groups — LiveScience.Tech

Meaningful social interactions are critical to an individual’s well-being, and such interactions rely on people’s behaviors towards one another. In research published in Science, investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital... Read more »