With only 62.8 centimeters tall and five kilograms of weight, Indian Jyoti Amge is considered to be the world's smallest woman, and participated in a photo session in front of the pyramid of Giza with the Turkish Sultan Kosen, who takes you almost a meter and 90 centimeters.
Russia, Jan 29.- An emerald weighing more than 1.5 kg has been found at the Malyshevsky emerald-beryllium ore field, according to Russia's state hi-tech corporation Rostec. It is the largest stone unearthed at the mine in a decade.
Submarine volcanoes discovered with the geo-mapping technique.A group of investigators found 26 volcanoes formed millions of years ago under the sea, to the south of Australia. The discovery was made possible thanks to a geo-mapping technique that uses seismic waves to measure underground structures by 3D seismic reflection
London, Jan 22.- The human body undergoes drastic changes in the periods of weight gain and loss, even if they are mild, a study published in the journal Cell Systems reported.
London, Jan 19.- Ever thought about whether you're polluting the environment while you cook? With our modern kitchen appliances and everything being run on battery and electricity, the idea seems bizarre.
Iquique, Jan 18.- For the first time in history, Pope Francisco officiated a wedding on board the plane that moved him to this city in northern Chile, on his last day of visiting the southern country.
London, Jan 17.- An international group of scientists created the first artificial retina that can replace a damaged one, the specialized journal Nano Letters published on Wednesday.
Washington, Jan 16.- The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in the United States on Monday showed an image of Jupiter and its cloud belts with various colors, which dominate the southern hemisphere.
Canberra, Jan 15.- Experts of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Australia have warned today that the rising sea temperatures in the Great Barrier Reef has caused that green turtles born are female.
New Delhi, Jan 10.- Indian astrophysicists announced today the discovery of a rock carving dating back 5,600 years, which could be the oldest human record of a supernova and a star map.