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Jun 4, 2023

Faintest galaxy yet from early universe spotted

Posted by in categories: physics, space

A research team led by University of California Los Angeles astrophysicists recently published their findings in the journal Nature, confirming the existence of the faintest galaxy ever seen from the early universe known as JD1.

Jun 4, 2023

New chemistries for DNA sequencing

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Binding reagents may lower error rate compared to sequencing by synthesis by.

Laurel Oldach

Jun 4, 2023

Treatment Breakthrough for an Intractable Brain Cancer

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

Servier’s drug vorasidenib helped glioma patients stave off cancer growth.

Jun 4, 2023

Risks that can collapse our civilization

Posted by in category: cryptocurrencies

In this video we explore the potencial risks that threat the stability and the survival of our civilization. Reviewing past civilizations collapses like the Bronze Age Collapse and the fall of the Roman Empire and see if any of the signed that led to past collapse exists today.

- Bronze age collapse.
- Roman Empire collapse.
- Alarming signes today.

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Jun 4, 2023

Paragraphica: Project combines Raspberry Pi and Stable Diffusion to create ‘photos’ without camera lens or sensor

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Paragraphica may resemble a camera, but it does not capture light to generate images. Instead, the device dispenses with a lens and sensor altogether, and relies on AI to produce results.

Jun 4, 2023

Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran says Elon Musk is right about the real estate market

Posted by in category: Elon Musk

ABC Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran agrees with Tesla CEO and Twitter owner Elon Musk about commercial real estate prices.

Jun 4, 2023

Twitter head for trust and safety resigns after Elon Musk criticizes handling of transgender content

Posted by in categories: education, Elon Musk

Musk criticized Twitter’s safety and content moderation team’s handling of tweets about a documentary called “What is a Woman?” (Ludovic Marin/Pool?AFP via Getty Images / Getty Images)

In confirming her resignation, Ella Irwin wrote, “So one or two people noticed that I left Twitter yesterday. I know there’s been a lot of speculation regarding what happened. Was I fired? Did I quit?”

She added, “I did resign but this has been a once in a lifetime experience and I’m so thankful to have worked with this amazing team of passionate, creative and hardworking people. Will be cheering you all and Twitter as you go!”

Jun 4, 2023

What Is the Difference Between Convergent and Divergent Evolution?

Posted by in category: evolution

The theory of evolution, worked out in the nineteenth century by Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace, with many tweaks since, is one of the most well-supported theories in science.

Evidence from a wide range of disciplines backs up the basics of the theory. Or, as paleontologist and historian of science Stephen Jay Gould put it in an essay in the May 1981 print issue of this magazine, the theory of evolution is “one of the best documented, most compelling and exciting concepts in all of science.”

For the rest of us, one interesting and sometimes confusing aspect of evolution is the difference between convergent and divergent evolution. Here’s a quick explanation.

Jun 4, 2023

Everything Will Evaporate

Posted by in categories: cosmology, particle physics, quantum physics

Even space and time if it’s quantum.


What will be the ultimate fate of our universe? There are a number of theories and possibilities, but at present the most likely scenario seems to be that the universe will continue to expand, most mass will eventually find its way into a black hole, and those black holes will slowly evaporate into Hawking Radiation, resulting in what is called the “heat death” of the universe. Don’t worry, this will likely take 1.7×10106 years, so we got some time.

But what about objects, like stellar remnants, that are not black holes? Will the ultimate fate of the universe still contain some neutron stars and cold white dwarfs that managed to never get sucked up by a black hole? To answer this question we have to back up a bit and talk about Hawking Radiation.

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Jun 4, 2023

Arab world’s first asteroid hopper will visit seven space rocks

Posted by in category: space

UAE’s MBR Explorer aims to solve mystery of ultra-red celestial body in the asteroid belt beyond Mars.

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