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“...probing gravity with a quantum sensor, I think it’s really one of … the most important challenges at the moment.” https://t.co/906VoGzDQI
The animals, whose physical features didn’t match any known equine species, appear to be “kungas” — horselike animals seen in artwork and referenced in clay tablets predating horses by centuries. https://t.co/Tf3xIhBjX8
Volcanic ash dating pushes back the age of human fossils found in Ethiopia to 233,000 years ago. https://t.co/qDt6IPxU29
“History of Mathematics” is a fascinating starting point for learning about the origins of the mathematical concepts that so many of us use every day but often take for granted.
“It’s such a crazy idea. We’re vacuuming DNA out of the sky.” — @Dr_bat_girl.
If the results pass the sniff test, they could help researchers find ways to bring back smell for COVID-19 patients who still can’t detect odors after fighting off infection. https://t.co/5e17volrOG
A quantum phenomenon predicted in 1959, the Aharonov-Bohm effect, also applies to gravity. https://t.co/906VoGzDQI
Hunting need not have occurred for Clovis points to have been left among mammoth bones.
The findings suggest that the bottlenose dolphin clitoris likely provides pleasure during sex, which adds up since dolphins have sex all the time. https://t.co/ObB1udmJrP
In quantum physics, particles can feel the influence of magnetic fields that they never come into direct contact with. Now scientists have shown that this eerie quantum effect holds for gravity, too. https://t.co/906VoGzDQI
“Omicron outbreaks looked really different than delta outbreaks were looking before.” https://t.co/qR6nEj6Hpo
Maybe it’s time to stop talking so much about one number. https://t.co/fKzSDqF02j
The fish’s proclivity for exploration is not limited to their natural habitat. https://t.co/48795sdfNN
The satellite has a radius about 2.6 times that of Earth and circles a Jupiter-sized exoplanet that orbits its parent star once every 737 days. https://t.co/YM6Ih3azHE
Just as salt lowers the melting temperature of ice, oxygen makes it easier for rocks to melt, a study suggests. https://t.co/HRVepUIU50
Analyses of the remnants of a massive volcanic blast push back the age of Ethiopian fossils. https://t.co/qDt6IPxU29
Despite initial hopes that the shuttles would usher in an era of low-cost spaceflight, the program was deemed too expensive to continue and ended in 2011. https://t.co/Ki2ViRhVzX
Scientists spotted the first early warning sign of a standard type of supernova. https://t.co/u3n3APBQ0V
Quantum theory taught scientists much more than how to make computer chips. It taught that reality isn’t what it seems. #SN100 https://t.co/CDdYfHZN0M
Understanding how the virus snuffs out sniffing ability could help researchers find ways to bring it back.
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