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    Set apart Bitcoin ETF Is ‘A Take The News’ Match: Pantera Capital CEO

    The potential approval of a spot Bitcoin ETF in the United States has stirred considerable attention in recent weeks. Dan Morehead, CEO and founder of Pantera Capital, has now shared valuable insights on this matter in his latest “Blockchain Letter”, emphasizing the unique circumstances surrounding this event. Morehead challenges the traditional Wall Street mantra, “Buy the rumor, sell the news,” questioning its relevance in the current spot ETF context. He…

  • News HeadlinesExclusive: Bain eyes Varsity Brands cash out at $6 bln plus valuation sources

    Exclusive: Bain eyes Varsity Brands cash-out at $6 bln-plus valuation – sources

    Bain Capital is exploring a sale or initial public offering (IPO) of Varsity Brands that could value the U.S. maker of sports uniforms and school yearbooks at more than $6 billion, including debt, people familiar with the matter said. Bain has been interviewing investment banks to hire financial advisers that will help the private equity firm come up with a plan to cash out on its majority stake in Varsity…

  • News HeadlinesScientist found a simple explanation for Bigfoot 1

    Scientist found a simple explanation for Bigfoot

    (ORDO NEWS) — Data processing expert Flow Foxon has shown that most Bigfoot sightings in the US and Canada were likely black bears walking on their hind legs. American black bears usually walk on all fours, but will stand up on their hind legs if it means they’ve smelled a stronger scent of something of interest. And from this position, they can appear oddly human-like, albeit quite hairy. This is…

  • News HeadlinesGiant sunspot AR3190 turns away from Earth

    Giant sunspot AR3190 turns away from Earth

    (ORDO NEWS) — It is still dangerous. The reason for this is shown in this magnetic map from NASA‘s Solar Dynamics Observatory. The primary dark core of a sunspot is actually a huge pole of negative (-) magnetism closely surrounded by many islands of positive (+) polarity. This is how solar flares start. When + and – collide in close proximity to each other, magnetic reconnection can cause huge explosions.…

  • News HeadlinesJames Webb telescope photographed the darkest icy cloud

    James Webb telescope photographed the darkest icy cloud

    (ORDO NEWS) — The James Webb telescope captured an image of an icy interstellar cloud. “JWST has allowed us to study ices that are found on dust grains in the darkest regions of interstellar molecular clouds. The clouds are so dense that these ices are largely protected from the harsh radiation of nearby stars, so they are completely untouched [from the moment they formed],” explained Danna Kasim, one of the…

  • News HeadlinesScientists have found that a person can remember the location of more than 100 objects

    Scientists have found that a person can remember the location of more than 100 objects

    (ORDO NEWS) — Experiments have shown that humans have good spatial memory. “People often think their memory is terrible. But our results show that we can remember where and when the object appeared with good (if not ideal) accuracy for a large number of objects, explained the task of the study, its lead author Jeremy Wolfe. “Even though our spatial and temporal memory for objects is not as good as…

  • News HeadlinesAstronomers have found the ancient stars of the embryo of the Milky Way

    Milky Way has a unique feature

    (ORDO NEWS) — An international team of astronomers, as part of the IllustrisTNG project, has identified a unique feature in the Milky Way. In the process, the authors conducted computer simulations, which revealed that the Milky Way turned out to be too large for its “cosmological wall” (cosmological wall) – a complex of galaxies, which is a flattened analogue of a galactic filament. This structure, located between two voids (space…

  • News HeadlinesAppian Way 312 BC Miracle of road construction 1

    Appian Way, 312 BC Miracle of road construction

    (ORDO NEWS) — Appian Way: In Italy, in particular in Rome, there are many ancient and amazing sights. There is a Colosseum here. Sistine Chapel in the Vatican. And then there is the Roman Appian Way. The oldest and most perfect example of early road construction, built in 312 BC. The Appian Way is perfectly preserved. It has been polished by millennia of rain and bad weather. For thousands of…

  • News HeadlinesMysterious stone circle discovered in UK 1

    Mysterious stone circle discovered in UK

    (ORDO NEWS) — A mysterious stone circle has been discovered at the center of a prehistoric ritual site in Cornwall. According to archaeologists, the find at Castille Heng, near Bodmin, was only the second stone circle henge in the county. It was discovered after a series of studies as part of a project to preserve and better understand the site, which is believed to have been built during the late…

  • News HeadlinesEnnigaldi Nanna curator of the worlds first museum 1

    Ennigaldi-Nanna: curator of the world’s first museum

    (ORDO NEWS) — “This belongs in a museum.” With these words, Indiana Jones, the world‘s most famous fictional archaeologist, formulated an association between archaeologists, antiquities, and museums that has a very long history. Indeed, even Jones himself would probably have marveled at the historic setting of the world’s first “museum” and the remarkable woman believed to be its custodian, the Mesopotamian princess Ennigaldi-Nanna. Ennigaldi-Nanna was a priestess of the lunar…

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  • News HeadlinesAncient imperial barns discovered in Henan province

    Ancient imperial barns discovered in Henan province

    (ORDO NEWS) — 240 imperial barns were found in the ruins of the imperial palace in the city of Luoyang / Prov. Henan, Central China. This is the first case of discovery of the foundations of warehouses in the territory of the ancient urban area “Hanwei Luoyang”. These pantries, which are the imperial government warehouses of the Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534), belong to the highest class of such ancient structures…

  • News Headlines90 million year old rainforest discovered near the South Pole 1

    90-million-year-old rainforest discovered near the South Pole

    (ORDO NEWS) — When we imagine the South Pole, most of us imagine the freezing cold that requires heavy duck-down hooded coats to get outside even for a minute. Intrepid explorers may be ready to venture to the geographic extremes of the South Pole, but for the average person with a less severe physique, traveling there will be a challenge at best and a death sentence at worst. However, there…

  • News HeadlinesHubble considered the variable star V 372 Orionis and its companion

    “Hubble” considered the variable star V 372 Orionis and its companion

    (ORDO NEWS) — At the center of a new image from the Hubble Space Telescope is the bright variable star V 372 Orionis. Its smaller companion star can be seen in the upper left corner of this image. Both stars are in the Orion Nebula. This colossal star forming region is located approximately 1450 light years from Earth. V 372 Orionis is a special type of variable star known as…

  • News HeadlinesSpacecraft design expert spoke about the possibility of interstellar travel

    Spacecraft design expert spoke about the possibility of interstellar travel

    (ORDO NEWS) — NASA researchers recently announced the discovery of an Earth-sized planet 100 light-years away that could be habitable. Will this new discovery lead to humans one day going to planet TOI 700 e? “It won’t happen in our lifetime, but it’s interesting to discuss,” says Dr. Hank Pernika, professor of aerospace engineering at the University of Missouri. “This planet is 100 light years away from us. This means…

  • News HeadlinesJames Webb Space Telescope Team to Receive John L Jack Swigert Jr Award

    James Webb space telescope team to receive John L. “Jack” Swigert Jr. Award

    (ORDO NEWS) — NASA‘s James Webb Space Telescope team has been selected to receive the John L. “Jack” Swigert Jr. Space Exploration Award. This annual award is given to a space agency, company, or consortium of organizations in the field of space exploration and discovery. The award will be presented at the annual opening ceremony of the Space Foundation Space Symposium in Colorado on April 17th. James Webb is the…

  • News Headlineshead of the ESA promises to return access to space to Europe

    Head of the ESA promises to return access to space to Europe

    (ORDO NEWS) — The Director General of the European Space Agency said that it is extremely important to restore Europe‘s access to space. Last year, ESA was unable to independently launch a rocket with two Earth observation satellites, and the launch of the Ariane 6 launch vehicle was postponed. Josef Aschbacher said his priority was restoring guaranteed access to space for Europe. Until then, he said, Europe should look for…

  • News HeadlinesBiologists have learned to control the growth rate of neurons

    Biologists have learned to control the growth rate of neurons

    (ORDO NEWS) — Human nerve cells develop much more slowly than those of other mammals. New experiments have shown that this rate is determined by the activity of mitochondria. By stimulating or suppressing it, scientists were able to accelerate the growth of human neurons and slow down the growth of mice. The human nervous system grows extremely slowly, the maturation of neurons stretches for years. At the same time, in…

  • News HeadlinesNew images of Jupiter taken by the Juno spacecraft are missing

    New images of Jupiter taken by the Juno spacecraft are missing

    (ORDO NEWS) — The automatic interplanetary station “Juno” (Juno) was unable to save and transmit to Earth the images taken during the 48th approach to Jupiter, which occurred on January 22, 2023. 213 shots were lost due to the JunoCam overheating. The first technical problems with the probe’s camera appeared in December 2022 during the 47th approach to Jupiter. Due to the anomalous rise in temperature, four images of the…

  • News HeadlinesXPeng X2 flying car becomes Chinas first eVTOL license 1

    XPeng X2 ‘flying car’ becomes China’s first eVTOL license

    (ORDO NEWS) — According to XPeng Inc., it has officially received special permission to fly from the Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC). As a result, the XPeng X2 became the first (human-controlled) electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft to receive permission to fly in the Middle Kingdom. The developers claim that the device is capable of accelerating to a speed of 130 kilometers per hour and reaching a…

  • News HeadlinesAdding milk to coffee makes it healthier

    Adding milk to coffee makes it healthier

    (ORDO NEWS) —  A small amount of milk can enhance the anti-inflammatory effects of coffee. “Milk” proteins bind to “coffee” polyphenols, increasing their antioxidant effect and reducing inflammation. The effects of coffee on the body are complex, varied, and actively researched. Scientists have already dispelled some of the common myths associated with coffee consumption by showing that it does not increase the risk of developing arrhythmias , nor work productivity.…

  • News Headlinescoronavirus pandemic has affected the activity of the terrorists of the Islamic State

    Coronavirus pandemic has affected the activity of the terrorists of the “Islamic State”

    (ORDO NEWS) — Although terrorist groups have hailed the coronavirus as a “warrior of Allah,” a new study has found that anti-COVID measures curfews and travel restrictions have reduced the number of ISIS attacks*, especially in densely populated areas. American scientists from Yale University and the University of Maryland, using the example of the Islamic State*, found out how the lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic reduced the number of terrorist…

  • News HeadlinesArchaeologists have found a Sumerian tavern with an open veranda and a refrigerator 1

    Archaeologists have found a Sumerian tavern with an open veranda and a refrigerator

    (ORDO NEWS) — In southern Iraq, excavations are under way at Lagash, one of the earliest major cities in the world. Researchers have already discovered city blocks and singled out individual public buildings, including an ancient Sumerian cafe. In the 4th millennium BC, about six thousand years ago, the northern shore of the Persian Gulf was about 240 kilometers further northwest than today. Near this ancient coast were three settlements…

  • News HeadlinesScientists have warned of a catastrophic drought in Europe

    Scientists have warned of a catastrophic drought in Europe

    (ORDO NEWS) — Europe is on the verge of a new catastrophe. This time, scientists warn against severe drought. Groundwater reserves are decreasing, which can trigger severe hunger. Scientists from the Institute of Geodesy of the Technical University of Austria came to a disappointing conclusion after their latest research. They say that Europe is in for a very severe drought. The cause of the disaster will be depletion of underground…

  • News HeadlinesLongest sword and the largest mirror were found in Japan

    Longest sword and the largest mirror were found in Japan

    (ORDO NEWS) — An unusual sword was found in a Japanese tomb. Its feature is its size. Archaeologists say it is the longest sword they have ever found. The length of the weapon is 2.3 m. It is still unclear who and how could fight with such a weapon. In addition to the sword, archaeologists also found an unusual mirror. Previously, such finds had not been found in burials. The…

  • News HeadlinesNASA simulated a tiny patch of the Moon on Earth

    NASA simulated a tiny patch of the Moon on Earth

    (ORDO NEWS) — Before heading to the Moon, the Apollo astronauts trained in various places on Earth that looked more like the lunar surface. Such places include the volcanic regions of Iceland, Hawaii, and the southwestern United States. To help prepare for the upcoming Artemis mission, scientists have created a “mini-moon” lunar test bed that will test “realistic” conditions on the moon, including rugged terrain and unusual sunlight. The Lunar…

  • News HeadlinesAstronomers have discovered 25 radio signals that repeat regularly

    Astronomers have discovered 25 radio signals that repeat regularly

    (ORDO NEWS) — Like gravitational waves (GWs) and gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), fast radio bursts (FRBs) are one of the most powerful and mysterious astronomical phenomena to date. These short-term events consist of flares that release more energy in a millisecond than the Sun does in three days. While most flares last only a few milliseconds, there have been rare instances where fast radio bursts have been repetitive. Although astronomers don’t…

  • News HeadlinesAn outbreak of a dangerous virus has been recorded in Spain which can become a threat to people

    An outbreak of a dangerous virus has been recorded in Spain, which can become a threat to people

    (ORDO NEWS) — One of the mink farms in Spain was hit by H5N1 avian influenza. The recorded outbreak was called the first case of infection of mammals – in the future it poses a threat to humans, said Spanish epidemiologists and experts representing the World Health Organization. Over 50,000 minks have been slaughtered in the northwestern region of Spain due to the spread of the infection. It is reported…

  • News HeadlinesArtificial intelligence has predicted that the planet will heat up faster than expected

    Artificial intelligence has predicted that the planet will heat up faster than expected

    (ORDO NEWS) — The planet could pass critical global warming thresholds sooner than previous models predicted, according to a new study that used machine learning. This will happen even with coordinated global climate action by countries. The study estimates that global warming could exceed pre-industrial levels by 1.5 degrees Celsius in a decade, and found a “substantial likelihood” of a global temperature rise above the 2-degree threshold by mid-century, even…

  • News HeadlinesGreat Zimbabwe had an ingenious drought survival system

    Great Zimbabwe had an ingenious drought survival system

    (ORDO NEWS) — Great City (Great) Zimbabwe was the first major city in southern Africa, with a population of approximately 18,000 at its peak. However, no one really knows why it lies in ruins now. The demise of a once prosperous medieval metropolis sometimes comes down to drought and a dry climate, but now archaeologists have found evidence of careful water conservation among the rubble. A team of researchers from…

  • News HeadlinesCreated a smart watch that gets energy from mold

    Created a smart watch that gets energy from mold

    (ORDO NEWS) — In an attempt to explore the relationship people have with their modern day accessories such as smartphones and smartwatches, researchers have recently created smartwatches that run on living organisms. Devices such as smartphones, smartwatches and laptops have become a part of our daily lives and scientific experiments have shown that many people feel they cannot live without them. What if there was a way to feel more…