CERN Physicists Zero In On Hypothetical Magnetic Monopoles
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The new results from the MoEDAL (Monopole and Exotics Detector at the LHC) Collaboration narrow the search window for hypothetical magnetic monopoles. The post CERN Physicists Zero In On Hypothetical Magnetic Monopoles appeared first on Sci.News: Breaking Science News ..read more
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Researchers Find Traces of Psychoactive and Other Ceremonial Plants beneath Ancient Maya Ballcourt
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A research team led by University of Cincinnati archaeologists has discovered found evidence of a collection of four ceremonial plant species beneath the end field of a Late Preclassic ballcourt in the Helena complex of the ancient Maya city of Yaxnohcah in Mexico. The plants included Ipomoea corymbosa (xtabentun in Mayan), Capsicum sp. (chili pepper […] The post Researchers Find Traces of Psychoactive and Other Ceremonial Plants beneath Ancient Maya Ballcourt appeared first on Sci.News: Breaking Science News ..read more
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How Smart Were Tyrannosaurus rex and Other Large Theropod Dinosaurs?
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Large theropods were as smart as reptiles but not as intelligent as monkeys, according to new research led by University of Bristol paleontologists. The post How Smart Were Tyrannosaurus rex and Other Large Theropod Dinosaurs? appeared first on Sci.News: Breaking Science News ..read more
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Earliest Evidence of Earth’s Magnetic Field Found in Greenland
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Recovering ancient records of Earth’s magnetic field is challenging because the magnetization in rocks is often reset by heating during tectonic burial over their long and complex geological histories. Geoscientists from MIT and elsewhere show that rocks from the Isua Supracrustal Belt in West Greenland have experienced three thermal events throughout their geological history. The first event was ..read more
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Researchers Construct New Family Tree for Flowering Plants
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An international team of scientists has created the tree of life for almost 8,000 (about 60%) genera of flowering plants (angiosperms). This achievement sheds new light on the evolutionary history of flowering plants and their rise to ecological dominance on Earth. Time-calibrated phylogenetic tree for angiosperms based on 353 nuclear genes; all 64 orders, all 416 families and 58% (7,923) of genera ..read more
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Earliest Evidence of Earth’s Magnetic Field Found in Greenland
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Recovering ancient records of Earth’s magnetic field is challenging because the magnetization in rocks is often reset by heating during tectonic burial over their long and complex geological histories. Geoscientists from MIT and elsewhere show that rocks from the Isua Supracrustal Belt in West Greenland have experienced three thermal events throughout their geological history. The first event was ..read more
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Scientists Create Single-Atom-Thick Gold: Goldene
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Goldene in the form of gold monolayer sheets has been prepared by etching away titanium carbide (Ti3C2) slabs from titanium gold carbide (Ti3AuC2). Preparation of goldene. Image credit: Kashiwaya et al., doi: 10.1038/s44160-024-00518-4. “If you make a material extremely thin, something extraordinary happens — as with graphene. The same thing happens with gold,” said Dr. Shun Kashiwaya ..read more
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Dietary Fiber Consumption Reduces Blood Pressure, Prevents Cardiovascular Disease, Review Says
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According to several international, regional, and national guidelines on high blood pressure, or hypertension, lifestyle interventions are the first-line treatment to lower blood pressure. Although diet is one of the major lifestyle modifications described in hypertension guidelines, dietary fiber is not specified. Suboptimal intake of foods high in fiber, such as in Westernized diets, is a major ..read more
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Researchers Construct New Family Tree for Flowering Plants
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An international team of scientists has created the tree of life for almost 8,000 (about 60%) genera of flowering plants (angiosperms). This achievement sheds new light on the evolutionary history of flowering plants and their rise to ecological dominance on Earth. Time-calibrated phylogenetic tree for angiosperms based on 353 nuclear genes; all 64 orders, all 416 families and 58% (7,923) of genera ..read more
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Footprints of Giant Troodontid Dinosaur Found in China
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Paleontologists have discovered the tracks of a 5-m- (16.4-foot-) long troodontid at the Longxiang locality in the Chinese province of Fujian. An illustrated reconstruction of the Fujianipus yingliangi track-maker. Image credit: Yingliang. The Longxiang tracksite includes twelve two-toed tracks that fall into two morphologies, differentiated by both size and form. The smaller tracks, around 11 cm ..read more
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