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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

News / Curious


  • Internet Develops Game to Face Fake News

    Internet Develops Game to Face Fake News

    London, Feb 20.- Scientists from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom today launched a game on the Internet to educate the population about spreading false news.

  • Romantic Myths Promote Youth Violence

    Romantic Myths Promote Youth Violence

    Madrid, Feb 19.-  The acceptance of romantic myths among youngsters can lead to episodes of gender violence, warned today a study by the University of Granada in Spain.

  • Dance of Auroras: First Direct Observation of Electron Frolic

    Dance of Auroras: First Direct Observation of Electron Frolic

    London, Feb 16.- The shower of electrons bouncing across Earth's magnetosphere, commonly known as the Northern Lights, has been directly observed for the first time by an international team of scientists.

  • British Scientists Managed to Develop Human Eggs outside Ovary

    British Scientists Managed to Develop Human Eggs outside Ovary

    London, Feb 13.-  British scientists have been able to develop human eggs for the first time outside the ovary, from its earliest phase to reach the fullness of its maturity, the Molecular Human Reproduction magazine published today.

  • Mutant crayfish invading the world originates from 1 single female

    Mutant crayfish invading the world originates from 1 single female

    An all-female species of crayfish which evolved at a German aquarium 30 years ago could rapidly invade our planet by cloning itself, according to a new genome study.

  • The tomegrito: New Cuban bird

    The tomegrito: New Cuban bird

    Matanzas, Cuba, Feb 9.- How tomegrito was named after a bird fruit of the cross between the same size of the Earth and the negrito, considered by the cuban Ornithological organization the only existing in the country, it was reported here today.

  • From White Walkers in Finland to ‘Wall’ found in Russia: Winter PHOTOS inspire Game of Thrones fans

    From White Walkers in Finland to ‘Wall’ found in Russia: Winter PHOTOS inspire Game of Thrones fans

    While Game of Thrones fans brace themselves for the epic TV series to end in 2019, a world of ice and fire can be found beyond Westeros, from the inspired ice hotel in the Finnish Arctic to ‘The Wall’ in Russia’s Far East.

  • Cuban doctor climbs Aconcagua in honor of Martí

    Cuban doctor climbs Aconcagua in honor of Martí

    At 3pm on January 28, Cuban neurosurgeon Dr. Enrique de Jongh Cobo, reached the summit of the Aconcagua mountain, standing 6,962 meters above sea level in Andes mountain range, in the Argentine province of Mendoza. The climb had been planned specifically to celebrate the 165th anniversary of the birth of José Martí and in order for Jongh Cobo to see, with his own eyes, what Cuba’s National Hero described in his essay Nuestra América: De la masa de nieve se levanta, resplandeciendo, el Aconcagua. A los pies, en las nubes, vuelan los cóndores. (Our America: From the mass of snow, a glistening Aconcagua, rises up. At its feet, condors fly among the clouds.)

  • The secret that is hidden the sandwiches

    The secret that is hidden the sandwiches

    With ham, cheese, bacon, the sandwiches are the staple food in the diet of many citizens in United Kingdom and in some parts of the world.

  • ‘The real rocket man’: Flat-Earther to launch himself into orbit from ghost town

    ‘The real rocket man’: Flat-Earther to launch himself into orbit from ghost town

    California, Feb 1.- Flat-Earther ‘Mad’ Mike Hughes intends to finally launch himself into orbit in a homemade rocket on Saturday – right over the Route 66 ghost town of Amboy, California.