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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Science

Insulin resistance impairs mental abilities

Dangerous not only diabetes, but also the preceding stages of metabolic disorders. A study conducted by members of tel Aviv University (Israel), showed that insulin resistance regardless of whether a person is sick with diabetes or not, affects his cognitive abilities. Particularly affected memory function. In this study, we surveyed 500 cardiac patients who have

The synthesized molecule, capable of becoming a source of clean energy

Become more visible climate changes, the more scientists working on finding new, more planet friendly energy sources. One of the areas of these searches – create a “molecular” leaves, artificial systems able to efficiently conduct photosynthesis and to use the Sun’s energy to convert carbon dioxide from the atmosphere into fuel. A new basis for

Futurologists said that awaits humanity in a hundred years

World government, telepathy, and nanorobots in the bloodstream of people – only part of the forecasts of futurologists.Scientists-futurologists Ian Pearson and Patrick Tucker told what the future may await humanity in 2112. Part of their projections coincide with the opinion of the American engineer, John Watkins Alfreda, which also tried to predict the future a

The climate in unexpected ways to affect the shape of the nose

For a long time it was believed that the shape of the nose of the various Nations were formed, primarily under the influence of cultural features that influence the aesthetic preferences of people. But a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, suggests that the role of climate in this issue is

Our response to WikiLeaks: Russia has developed a relationship that is impossible to crack

“Quantum telephone”, which now are scientists of physical faculty of Moscow state University. University, may soon nullify all the attempts of hackers to hack Bank transactions or to access the conversations of subscribers. The device will provide a direct quantum channel for the exchange of information between one or more subscribers. photo: pixabay.com Using quantum

Ungulates had been getting shallower during warming

Scientists have studied the fossil remains of ancient mammals that lived in the Eocene period, about 53 million years ago, during one of the warming of the Earth’s climate — the second Eocene thermal maximum (ETM-2). During ETM-2, the average temperature on the planet increased by 3 °C. Previous research on the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum,

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