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  • Space flash is revealed as Black Hole spewing the light of 1000 trillion suns 1

    Space flash is revealed as Black Hole spewing the light of 1,000 trillion suns

    (ORDO NEWS) — The supermassive void’s extreme jet is pointed toward our planet. But don’t worry, it’s 8.5 billion light-years away. Astronomers with the Zwicky Transient Facility in California spotted a brilliant flash of light. The vivid flare, later named AT 2022cmc, sparked endless questions. Though such flashes aren’t exactly a new thing for scientists astronomers have seen loads of these glimmers burst forth from deep space before this particular…

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  • Martian ocean mega tsunami and the best place to look for possible traces of life 1

    Martian ocean, mega tsunami and the best place to look for possible traces of life

    (ORDO NEWS) — When NASA’s Viking 1 lander arrived on Mars, researchers had high hopes that the event would open the door to a golden era of space exploration. What he found was puzzling, and the weak evidence for life was disappointing. However, a new study suggests that Viking 1 could have ended up in a location linked to one of the most dramatic events in the history of the…

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  • Binary black hole 3C 75

    Binary black hole 3C 75

    (ORDO NEWS) — 3C 75 is a system of two supermassive black holes in the galaxy NGC 1128, which is part of the Abell 400 galaxy cluster. Black holes rotate at a distance of about 25,000 light-years from each other, while being 296 million light-years from Earth. Bright spheres are supermassive black holes surrounded by accretion disks, and specific streams of light are hot plasma jets or radio jets that…

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  • Surface and atmosphere of Io Jupiters volcanic moon

    Surface and atmosphere of Io, Jupiter’s volcanic moon

    (ORDO NEWS) — The rarefied atmosphere of Io , the volcanic moon of Jupiter, consists mainly of sulfur dioxide and, unlike the atmospheres of other satellites (also extremely rarefied, and only Titan, Saturn ‘s moon , is an exception), does not contain water vapor. The tidal forces acting on Io during its movement around Jupiter intensely compress and stretch the satellite, which is the cause of undying volcanic activity, delivering…

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  • A wormhole was simulated on a Google quantum computer 1

    A wormhole was simulated on a Google quantum computer

    (ORDO NEWS) — The authors of a new study , published in the journal Nature, managed to perform the first quantum “simulation” of a holographic wormhole (wormhole or Einstein-Rosen bridge) using a quantum computer. Unfortunately, they didn’t generate a real tunnel through spacetime , but they managed to create a quantum machine that behaves just like a particle traveling through a wormhole. As you know, the existence of wormholes is…

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  • Dangerous fibrous compounds were discovered in Antarctica

    Dangerous fibrous compounds were discovered in Antarctica

    (ORDO NEWS) — In a new study conducted by scientists from the University of Oxford, it is said that plastic is killing Antarctica. The researchers analyzed seawater, air and ice – found microparticles of plastic everywhere. It then gets into living organisms and even into people. We already know that a person is 80% water, and how much is plastic? The question is scary, but very real. The fact is…

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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 strange black spot was discovered on a photograph from Mars

    A strange black spot was discovered on a photograph from Mars

    (ORDO NEWS) — New images from the Mars rover Perseverance have attracted the attention of scientists and people who follow the study of Mars. The thing is that the image shows a black dot. It hovers over the Martian surface. Research on Mars is actively ongoing. Last week, NASA received new images of the planet’s surface from the rover. A black spot was noticed on one of the photos. This…

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  • A 3000 year old amulet was accidentally found in Israel

    A 3,000-year-old amulet was accidentally found in Israel

    (ORDO NEWS) — In Israel, during an excursion given to eighth-graders, a scarab amulet was found by accident. The artifact is 3,000 years old and is believed to have belonged to a local ruler. The excursion was conducted in the Azores, and the tour guide found the amulet. The lucky guy’s name is Gilad Stern. He saw the artifact lying on the ground, noticing it completely by accident. At first,…

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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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  • Underwater archaeologists found a 2000 year old temple

    Underwater archaeologists found a 2000-year-old temple

    (ORDO NEWS) — Marine archaeologists discovered an ancient temple at the bottom of the ocean. According to historians, it is approximately 2000 years old. It is located opposite the Gulf of Pozzuoli, next to the city that in the Roman Empire had the glory of modern Las Vegas. During the times of prosperity in the Roman Empire, the city was called Bayi. The entire Roman elite had fun here. Just…

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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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  • To cope with global warming you need to fertilize the ocean

    To cope with global warming, you need to fertilize the ocean

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the fight against global warming, humanity is looking for new ways to remove excess carbon from the atmosphere. This time, an international group of researchers proposed to “put into service” one of the smallest inhabitants of the Earth – oceanic phytoplankton. Phytoplankton is the photosynthetic part of plankton, consisting of unicellular plants and cyanobacteria . Phytoplankton, freely moving in the upper layers of water, is the…

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  • Scientists find missing link in tyrannosaur evolution 1

    Scientists find missing link in tyrannosaur evolution

    (ORDO NEWS) — Paleontologists have discovered the remains of a never-before-seen Daspletosaurus that may have been a direct ancestor of Tyrannosaurus rex. This find could resolve a serious debate about the evolutionary lineage of the most famous dinosaur. Paleontologists from the University of Montana and the Badlands Dinosaur Museum in North Dakota (both in the United States). The authors said that during excavations from 2017 to 2021, they discovered a…

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  • Y chromosome loss didnt make Japanese mice female 1

    Y-chromosome loss didn’t make Japanese mice female

    (ORDO NEWS) — In mammals, the main difference between a male and a female lies in the set of their sex chromosomes: the female has two X chromosomes, the male has XY. The “male” chromosome plays a key role in the development of male genitalia. However, in male Japanese rodents, testes are present; nevertheless, the Y chromosome is not observed in the genomes. The male from the female in mammals…

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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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  • Source of the first oxygen on Earth was not only life

    Source of the first oxygen on Earth was not only life

    (ORDO NEWS) — About a fifth of our planet’s atmosphere is oxygen, an essential gas necessary for the existence of complex life forms. Scientists believed that the main and practically the only source of it were living organisms – photosynthetic plants and bacteria. But now they may have to rethink their views. The first photosynthetic organisms, cyanobacteria , appeared on Earth about three and a half billion years ago. For…

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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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  • Japanese scientists demonstrate remote control of worms

    Japanese scientists demonstrate remote control of worms

    (ORDO NEWS) — Biologists have introduced genes encoding light-sensitive proteins into the DNA of worms. This allowed them to be controlled by light, forcing them to move on a green signal and stop on a red one. Microscopic robots could be very useful for reconnaissance, surveying the area, monitoring the environment, and searching for victims of disasters. However, “packing” everything you need, including motors, batteries, sensors, antennas and microcircuits, into…

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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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  • Astrophysicists are looking for the second largest black hole closest to Earth

    Astrophysicists are looking for the second largest black hole closest to Earth

    (ORDO NEWS) — Astronomers have long suspected that there might be a black hole at the center of the dwarf galaxy Leo I. New research by American scientists has shown that this is most likely true. In addition, the probable mass of this black hole is three million times the mass of the Sun, which makes it the second largest supermassive black hole closest to Earth after Sagittarius A at…

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  • Astronomers have not found the senders of the extraterrestrial signal Wow

    Astronomers have not found the senders of the extraterrestrial signal Wow!

    (ORDO NEWS) — For 55 years, no one has explored the part of space where the “Wow!” signal, which some astronomers believe is a message from an alien civilization, could originate. Now, an international team of researchers have double-telescoped the area where the signal most likely came from, but have found nothing of note there. The Big Ear radio telescope at Ohio State University (USA) recorded a 72-second narrowband signal…

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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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  • Work of the Large Hadron Collider was stopped ahead of schedule due to the energy crisis

    Work of the Large Hadron Collider was stopped ahead of schedule due to the energy crisis

    (ORDO NEWS) — In 2023, the world’s most powerful colliding beam accelerator, located near Geneva, will be reduced by 20 percent. The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), the world’s premier particle physics research center, has shut down the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s most powerful colliding particle accelerator for accelerating and colliding protons and heavy ions, for two weeks ahead of time, until about spring. The reason is…

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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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  • Astronomers observe the faint light of orphan stars 1

    Astronomers observe the faint light of orphan stars

    (ORDO NEWS) — The new method made it possible to see the radiation of stars that left their home galaxy. Their light is ten times weaker than the darkest night sky, but retains traces of past interactions between neighboring galaxies. The vast majority of stars are part of galaxies that form gravitationally bound groups . However, individual stars can be ejected outside the parent galaxies, ending up in the empty…

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  • Mysterious fresco Six Kings of the Earth 1

    Mysterious fresco “Six Kings of the Earth”

    (ORDO NEWS) — Discovered in a decaying desert castle in what is now Jordan, the fresco known as “The Six Kings of the Earth” provides a curious glimpse into the early medieval Islamic world. This is especially important as ancient Islamic art is largely underrepresented despite the fact that Islam was the main religion of one of the world’s largest empires during its heyday. Discovered in a decaying desert castle…

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  • 5 000 year old houses of an advanced civilization found in China

    5,000-year-old houses of an advanced civilization found in China

    (ORDO NEWS) — In China, archaeologists during excavations in the central province of Henan discovered the foundations of houses that are more than 5,000 years old. These buildings are attributed by experts to the Yangshao culture, the oldest in China. Xinhua news agency reports on the opening. It was made in the village of Yangshao, where an important archaeological site is located. Yangshao culture is considered the oldest in the…

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  • Mysterious creature from Errall Cave recognized as ancient dog

    Mysterious creature from Errall Cave recognized as ancient dog

    (ORDO NEWS) — A group of scientists from the University of the Basque Country, using the latest genetic analysis methods, was able to identify a mysterious creature whose bones were discovered back in 1985. This creature is recognized as one of the oldest domestic dogs in Europe. The mysterious humerus was discovered in 1985 in the Spanish cave of Erralla during excavations led by a team led by archaeologist Jesús…

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  • Canadian scientists discover new minerals in meteorite from Somalia

    Canadian scientists discover new minerals in meteorite from Somalia

    (ORDO NEWS) — Researchers at the Canadian University of Alberta have found at least two minerals in a sample from a 15-tonne meteorite found in Somalia that have not previously been found on Earth. Experts do not exclude the possibility of identifying a third mineral. The new minerals have been named elaliite, after the El Ali meteorite, and elkinstantonite, after planetary scientist Lindy Elkins-Tanton, who will lead the exploration portion…

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  • In the Black Sea off the coast of Turkey revealed the concentration of heavy metals

    In the Black Sea off the coast of Turkey revealed the concentration of heavy metals

    (ORDO NEWS) — Researchers from the Black Sea Technical University of Turkey (KTU) found an excess of heavy metals near the coast of their state. For study, scientists took samples of the Black Sea water along the coast, 1100 km long. The researchers found that the samples taken for analysis contained about ten different heavy metals. The presence of lead and copper turned out to be above the norm in…

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