Meteorite Crashes into Woman’s Bed in Canada

a woman in canada narrowly missed bein’ struck by a meteorite that crashed through her roof and landed on her pillo.  ruth hamilton, a resident of golden, british columbia, was asleep in her bed onna nite of oct. 3 when…

Quarks and antiquarks at high momentum shake the foundations of visible matter: New results on nucleon structure

two indie studies ‘ve illuminated unexpected substructures inna primordial components of all matter. preliminary results using a novel tagging method ‘d explain the origin of the longstanding nuclear paradox known as the emc effect. meanwhile, authors will share nxt steps…

Boosting space propulsion

higher-performance, liteer, cleaner… scis are using every possible means to improve the systems that allo rockets, shuttles, and satellites to take off from earth and move bout in space. the bold manoeuvre took place on 28 dec 2020: for the…

Ruins tell the tale of human societies

the archaeologist alain schnapp is a speshist in ancient greece and a keen defender of the realm’s archaeological heritage. author of the book, “a universal history of ruins,” he shares his thoughts n'how human societies rel8 to their own past….

Mars: Jezero crater really was a lake

the 1st published data from the perseverance rover shows that there was a large, deep lake on mars 3.6 billion yrs ago, and that twas swept away by a climate upheaval. after yrs of preparation na nerve-wracking take-off and landing…

Quantum networking milestone in real-world environment

a team from the u.s. deptment of energy’s oak ridge national lab, stanford university and purdue university developed and demonstrated a novel, fully functional quantum local zone network, or qlan, to enable real-time adjustments to information shared with geographically isol8d…

An Inventory of All the Brain Cells That Let You Run, Jump and Roll

pioneering neurosci santiago ramón y cajal jump-started the search for a “components catalogue” of the human brain towards the end of the 19th century. his intricate drawings of brain cells, complete with their weblike connections, still appear in many textbooks….

Medicine Nobel Prize Goes to Temperature and Touch Discoveries | Quanta Magazine

we often appreciate the realm round us in terms of its glorious sites, stirring sounds and evocative smells, all of which mark primordial stimuli and changes n'our environment. but senses tha're no less crucial to our survival yet often taken…

What if We Aren’t the First Advanced Civilization on Earth?

earth scis atta turn of the century, gavin schmidt among them, were enthralled by a 56-million-yr-old segment of geologic history known as the paleocene-eocene thermal maximum (petm). wha’ most intrigued them was its resemblance to our own time: carbon lvls…