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  • Scientists have learned who green tea is harmful for

    Scientists have learned who green tea is harmful for

    (ORDO NEWS) — It is known that long-term and repeated consumption of green tea may contribute to some prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity and type 2 diabetes. But it turned out that this drink is harmful to some people. Research on the benefits of green tea is conflicting. Some work confirms its anti-cancer effects, benefits for the eyes, lowering blood pressure, body weight and the risk of developing cardiovascular…

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  • Artificial intelligence has discovered an unknown ghostly ancestor in human DNA

    Artificial intelligence has discovered an unknown ”ghostly” ancestor in human DNA

    (ORDO NEWS) — No one knows who the discovered teenage girl was more than 50,000 years ago, but she turned out to be a “hybrid” ancestor of modern humans that scientists had not found before. Researchers recently found evidence that she was not alone. In a 2019 study, scientists used artificial intelligence (AI) to identify an unknown species of human ancestor that modern humans came into contact with during their…

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  • Scientists discover surprising similarities between human and octopus brains

    Scientists discover surprising similarities between human and octopus brains

    (ORDO NEWS) — Recently, researchers have found similarities between humans and octopuses. This may seem a little strange, but not for scientists. A paper by a team of researchers led by Nikolaus Rajewski at the Max Delbrück Center showed that the evolution of octopuses is associated with a dramatic expansion of microRNA variation. The last known common ancestor of humans and cephalopods is a rudimentary worm-like animal with low intelligence…

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  • Man defended the right to be boring at work through the court

    Man defended the right to be boring at work through the court

    (ORDO NEWS) — A resident of Paris, France, defended the right to be bored at work in court after he refused to drink with colleagues at the request of the employer and spent little time informally communicating with them. Cubik Partners says it takes a “fun” approach to team building. The management of the organization encourages employees to go to the pub together after work. However, one of the employees,…

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  • 7 vitamins that every person needs in winter

    7 vitamins that every person needs in winter

    (ORDO NEWS) — Frost, a short sunny day, the unavailability of many fruits and berries lead to vitamin deficiency. In order for the body to cope with the winter period, it needs 7 basic vitamins. You can start drinking them as a course already in November. Products containing them should be consumed more often from December to March. The body really needs vitamins of the B group – these are…

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  • A 103 year old British woman revealed the secret of her longevity

    A 103-year-old British woman revealed the secret of her longevity

    (ORDO NEWS) — Marjorie Speaking is a UK resident who recently celebrated her 103rd birthday! In her hometown, she is a real legend, her relatives love her, her friends adore her. Every year, an Englishwoman is asked to share the secret of longevity. And so, she shared a secret. The old woman lives in a nursing home, but at the same time leads an active lifestyle, sociable, friendly and completely…

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  • Scientists have revealed the secret of the English White Queen

    Scientists have revealed the secret of the English “White Queen”

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists believe that the former Elizabeth Woodville, aka the “White Queen” worshiped the disemboweled saint. She worshiped in a long-lost chapel in Westminster Abbey. Experts came to this conclusion after their research. The disemboweled martyr that scholars talk about is St. Erasmus. Researchers also believe that the chapel contained images of this man’s terrible death and relics. The chapel of St. Erasmus was used by the monarchs…

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  • Scientists recreated the face of a woman who lived 500 years ago

    Scientists recreated the face of a woman who lived 500 years ago

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists tried to recreate the appearance of a woman who lived 500 years ago. This case is quite unusual, because they decided to restore the skull, which was marked by one deadly disease – syphilis. The frontal part was damaged, the bone simply rotted in some places. The skull belongs to a woman from Iceland. She lived about 500 years ago. The researchers determined from the marks…

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  • Scientists unravel the mystery of non coding regions of DNA

    Scientists unravel the mystery of non-coding regions of DNA

    (ORDO NEWS) — The new study has pointed to transposable elements that can move and replicate within the genome as the most likely source for the vast majority of introns, non-coding regions of eukaryotic DNA. The discovery helps explain the huge differences in the number of introns in the genomes of different species. One of the longstanding fundamental mysteries of modern biology is related to the origin of introns –…

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  • Availability of donor organs linked to mass gatherings of motorcyclists

    Availability of donor organs linked to mass gatherings of motorcyclists

    (ORDO NEWS) — Statistics for the United States showed that on the days of motorcycle races and biker festivals, much more donor organs come to local clinics. However, the number of patients who need transplantation is growing even more noticeably. Big festivals, races and runs attract many motorcycle enthusiasts. Daytona Bike Week and Sturgis Motorcycle Rally held in the USA attract half a million guests each. They bring considerable income…

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  • An unknown event crippled Ashkenazi Jews more than a 14th century massacre 1

    An unknown event crippled Ashkenazi Jews more than a 14th-century massacre

    (ORDO NEWS) — In March 1349, a Jewish pogrom began in the ancient German city, which later historians called the Erfurt Massacre. The result of this event was that the Jewish community ceased to exist there for some time. Scientists now say that long before the pogrom, something happened that greatly reduced the genetic diversity of the community. A medieval Jewish community existed in Erfurt from the 11th to the…

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  • Air pollution causes lymph nodes to turn black 1

    Air pollution causes lymph nodes to turn black

    (ORDO NEWS) — Living in a city with a highly polluted atmosphere significantly affects the condition of the lymph nodes in the lungs. They are filled with particles of dust and soot, blacken and cope worse with the protection of the body. There are several hundred lymph nodes in the human body that play a critical role in protecting the body from cancer and infections. There, lymph is filtered, foreign…

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  • Psychologists have shown how the color of dishes affects the taste of food

    Psychologists have shown how the color of dishes affects the taste of food

    (ORDO NEWS) — People with extreme food selectivity perceive the same dishes differently depending on the color of the dishes from which they eat. Experiments have shown that food in white bowls seems less attractive to them, and in blue – more salty. One of the eating disorders is the extreme selectivity of nutrition. Such people are unnecessarily picky in their choice of food and are reluctant to try anything…

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  • A daily handful of almonds can help people manage obesity

    A daily handful of almonds can help people manage obesity

    (ORDO NEWS) — A lot of people are overweight, and proper nutrition is one of the key ways to avoid it. Now, Australian scientists have found that snacking on a handful of raw almonds every day can help hormonally regulate appetite and reduce food intake in the long term. Obesity is one of the global public health problems. According to WHO, more than a billion people on Earth suffer from…

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  • Mauna Loa eruption Hawaiians advised to prepare for evacuation

    Mauna Loa eruption: Hawaiians advised to prepare for evacuation

    (ORDO NEWS) — People living on the slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island have been told to brace for the worst case scenario as the volcano continues to erupt and spit volcanic ash into the air. Waves of orange, hot lava are flowing from the world’s largest active volcano during its first eruption in 38 years, and officials have told residents to be prepared to evacuate…

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  • Anti pirate houses of the island of Ikaria 1

    Anti-pirate houses of the island of Ikaria

    (ORDO NEWS) — On the Greek island of Ikaria in the Aegean Sea, a huge number of camouflaged houses are built under giant rocks to make them harder for pirates to detect. Nowadays, Ikaria is a popular tourist destination known for its sandy beaches, picturesque villages and pristine natural landscape. But it wasn’t always the piece of paradise it is today. Hundreds of years ago, Ikaria was a prime target…

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  • Mathematician Sediq Afgan said the current US president is a member of the Masonic society

    Mathematician Sediq Afgan said the current US president is a member of the Masonic society

    (ORDO NEWS) — The famous mathematician Sediq Afghan, who can easily predict events, shared his thoughts about the existence of a secret “Masonic society”. In the program, he said that even the American leader is a member of this organization. According to the mathematician Sediq Afgan, who is called the modern Nostradamus, a powerful “Masonic society” has been in existence for many years. The purpose of this organization is the…

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  • Emperor Charles Vs secret code cracked five centuries later

    Emperor Charles V’s secret code cracked five centuries later

    (ORDO NEWS) — A group of researchers have cracked a five-century-old code that reveals rumors of a French plot to assassinate the Holy Roman Emperor and King Charles V of Spain. more than 40 years of reign. It took a team from the Loria research laboratory in eastern France six months to decipher a letter written in 1547 by the emperor to his ambassador in France. The turbulent period was…

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  • Scientists have proven changes in the structure of the brain of a woman during pregnancy

    Scientists have proven changes in the structure of the brain of a woman during pregnancy

    (ORDO NEWS) — The part of the brain responsible for fantasy has changed during pregnancy in women. Dutch scientists from the University of Leiden and the Medical Center of the University of Amsterdam (UMC) have proven changes in the structure of a woman’s brain during pregnancy. During the study, 28 participants underwent MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) before, during pregnancy and after the birth of a child. Also, each of the…

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  • Over 50 million people in 2021 lived in conditions of modern slavery

    Over 50 million people in 2021 lived in conditions of modern slavery

    (ORDO NEWS) — The latest global estimates, compiled by Anadolu Agency (AA) on the occasion of the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, show that in 2021, 50 million people were living in conditions of modern slavery. “Of these people, 28 million were engaged in forced labor, while 22 million were trapped in forced marriage,” said a joint report released in September titled “Global Estimates of Modern Slavery” by…

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  • Divorced Kardashian and loved Hitler what is known about the scandal with West

    Divorced Kardashian and loved Hitler: what is known about the scandal with Kanye West

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the US, a scandal erupted around one of the most popular musicians – rapper Kanye West . A few days ago, all of America was talking about his divorce from Kim Kardashian. And now he has thrown new food for conversation to fellow countrymen. In an interview on a radio show, West stated that he was a fan of Adolf Hitler and generally “likes” the Nazis.…

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  • Edward Snowden

    Edward Snowden received a Russian passport

    (ORDO NEWS) — Former employee of the US National Security Agency Edward Snowden took the oath and received a Russian passport. This was reported to TASS on Friday by his lawyer Anatoly Kucherena. “Yes, I received [a passport]. I took an oath,” he said, answering the question whether Snowden received a passport of a Russian citizen. The lawyer also said that he had seen Snowden the day before and noted…

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  • Alex Jones

    Alex Jones fined $1.5 million for filing for bankruptcy

    (ORDO NEWS) — American conspirator Alex Jones, sentenced to pay nearly $1.5 billion after denying a school massacre, declared himself bankrupt on Friday, according to court documents seen by AFP. This figure of the extreme right, who had already filed for bankruptcy in July for his company Free Speech Systems, sent a request to this effect to a bankruptcy court located in Texas. If the court approves it, the procedure…

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    Kanye West turned into America’s greatest anti-Semite

    (ORDO NEWS) — In October, rapper Kanye West tweeted that he was “on high alert against the Jews,” Vox reported. Twitter blocked his profile. Trump, Carlson and the Republicans supported the performer anyway. But on December 1, he publicly admitted that he liked Hitler. On Thursday afternoon, rapper Kanye West appeared on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and discussed his conspiracy theories about Jews. Jones is no stranger to discussing anti-Semitic…

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    The real meaning of the Swastika sign

    (ORDO NEWS) — Many people associate the Swastika with Fascism and Hitler. This opinion has been hammered into the heads of people for the last 60 years. Few people now remember that the Swastika was depicted on Soviet money from 1917 to 1922, that on the sleeve patches of soldiers and officers of the Red Army in the same period, there was also a Swastika in a laurel wreath, and…

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  • The richest crypto billionaires in the world 2022

    The richest crypto billionaires in the world – 2022

    (ORDO NEWS) — Despite all the ups and downs of digital currencies, this area does not lack money – you can make money in the crypto market, which is estimated at $ 2 trillion. Proof of this is the list of the richest crypto billionaires in the world, which this year has replenished with seven new members. It includes entrepreneurs from the annual Forbes list of the richest billionaires in…

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    Will people survive the Flood?

    (ORDO NEWS) — How prepared is humanity for life in the aquatic world? Breathing underwater like fish, without any tubes and air tanks – soon it will become available to people. A Japanese designer and student at the Royal College of Art in London designed human gills. This soft pleated collar is a 3D printed filter. A special mask covers the nose and mouth, the filtered oxygen enters the lungs…

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  • Scientists have found out how many liters of water the body needs daily

    Scientists have found out how many liters of water the body needs daily

    (ORDO NEWS) — An international team of scientists has predicted our daily water needs depending on anthropometric, economic and environmental factors. Water is the main component of the human body, it takes up 50 to 70 percent of our weight. Every cell, tissue and organ needs water to function properly. In particular, it helps to maintain normal body temperature, protects sensitive tissues, preserves joints, reducing the risk of developing arthritis…

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  • Researchers assessed the influence of the crowd on the decisions of football referees

    Researchers assessed the influence of the crowd on the decisions of football referees

    (ORDO NEWS) — “Judge for soap!” the excited fans shout, sometimes not even suspecting the pressure exerted on supposedly impartial referees. And when the pandemic drove football fans home, there was a surprising increase in the number of red and yellow cards issued to the home team during home matches. It is well known that during home games – those that the team plays in their city and on their…

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  • Why do some people experience maximum mental clarity before death

    Why do some people experience maximum mental clarity before death

    (ORDO NEWS) — Ultimate mental clarity is a phenomenon often seen in terminally ill patients when they experience a sudden surge of energy, alertness, and awareness before death. Biologist Michael Nahm defined this phenomenon in an article published in the journal Near Death Research: “The appearance of normal or unusually heightened mental faculties in unconscious or mentally ill patients shortly before death, including marked elevation of mood and spiritual affectation…

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  • Girl found an unusual way to save on utility bills

    Girl found an unusual way to save on utility bills

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the USA, the girl found an unusual way to save on utility bills, moved to live in a car and talked about the consequences of this decision that surprised her. Nikita Kramp, 31, has been working two jobs since she was 20 and barely making ends meet. She spent most of her money on rent and utility bills. According to the American, she had only $100…

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  • Scientists have identified five new viruses in bats that can be transmitted to humans

    Scientists have identified five new viruses in bats that can be transmitted to humans

    (ORDO NEWS) — Australian and Chinese scientists have identified five new viruses in bats that can be transmitted to humans. One of them is quite close to coronaviruses. It is noted that scientists worked with samples of 149 bats, which were taken from 2015 to 2019 in Yunnan province in China. According to experts, all five viruses are likely to be pathogenic, as well as transmitted to humans and cattle.…

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    Why did Europeans massively eat Egyptian mummies?

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the 12th century, a creepy practice appeared among Europeans: they ate mummies. Physicians of the time issued them for a remedy. Mummified bodies were sold in pharmacies: they were simply broken into pieces or ground into powder. As a result, mummy-eating became so popular that Europeans no longer cared whether the bodies they chewed were actually mummified. But why did people even believe in the medicinal…

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