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Saturday, February 22, 2020

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  • Inspired by an animation character, giant robot will walk through Tokyo 2020

    Inspired by an animation character, giant robot will walk through Tokyo 2020

    Undoubtedly, the Olympic Games (Olympic Games) have been a real challenge for the organizers, because it is not only about having the stadiums, gymnasiums and residences of the athletes in perfect condition, but also a huge logistic effort , in addition to an opportunity to show the beauties and strengths of the host country.

  • They find in Canada a new super predator

    They find in Canada a new super predator

    Paleontologists at the University of Calgary and the Royal Tyrrell Museum discovered a new great tyrannosaur in the province of Alberta, western Canada, a super predator whose name means "reaper of death."

  • Alien, dog, pig, goat? What do you see in the photo?

    Alien, dog, pig, goat? What do you see in the photo?

    A new optical effect is revolutionizing social networks, where thousands of users wonder what animal is seen in an image. Some believe that it is a dog, while many others think that it is an alien, or even a "deformed goat", going through a chupacabra, a piglet or a "white wild boar".

  • Reward offered for saving a crocodile

    Reward offered for saving a crocodile

    The Office of Natural Resources Conservation of the Indonesian province of Central Sulawesi offers a reward to anyone who can free a wild crocodile, about four meters long, from a motorcycle tire that is stuck around its neck, according to the agency of state news Antara.

  • Leap year is not synonymous with bad luck

    Leap year is not synonymous with bad luck

    Associated in some areas of the planet with bad luck and the occasional occurrence of memorable tragedies, leap years appear before our era when Roman Emperor Julius Caesar created a calendar to try to correct the difference of almost six hours between the actual duration of the 365-day calendar year and the so-called tropical or solar year, referring to the time it takes for the Earth to make a full circle around the Sun.

  • Scientifically perfect espresso recipe proposed

    Scientifically perfect espresso recipe proposed

    Researchers from the US, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and Switzerland have challenged the common opinion about espresso coffee, stating that less coffee beans, coarsely milled, is the key to a cheaper and more consistent recipe. Their findings have been presented in an article in Matter magazine.

  • Egyptologist announces upcoming unveiling of the mystery of Tutankhamen

    Egyptologist announces upcoming unveiling of the mystery of Tutankhamen

    Cairo, Jan 23.- Despite the distant death of the best known of the pharaohs, Tutankhamen captivates Egyptologists and other lovers of that civilization, which transcended for his contributions, funeral practices and the majesty of his constructions.

  • Prehistoric trees saved from fire in Australia

    Prehistoric trees saved from fire in Australia

    A forest of prehistoric trees in southeastern Australia has avoided wildfires thanks to the action of firefighters.

  • Tokyo 2020 Olympic Village completion announced

    Tokyo 2020 Olympic Village completion announced

    Director General of the Olympic Village of the 32nd Summer Olympiad, Tokyo 2020, Takashi Kitajima, reported on the completion of the facility.

  • Spectacular optical phenomenon: three suns in a Chinese city

    Spectacular optical phenomenon: three suns in a Chinese city

    On the morning of the last day of 2019, the residents of Fuyu city, Jilin province, in northeast China, a spectacular view of three “suns”, a natural optical phenomenon known as “parhelio”, also commonly called “solar dog".