Is the asteroid Oumuamua an extraterrestrial ship? It is going to check

Breakthrough Listen, the astronomical program in search of signs of civilizations in the cosmos, will prove that the first interstellar asteroid, Oumuamua, is not an extraterrestrial spacecraft. This mysterious elongated intruder moving rapidly through the solar system was discovered by the Pan-STARRS project at the University of Hawaii in October…

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Human beings blind to the impending collapse – William E. Rees

A curious thing about homo sapiens is that we are intelligent enough to document, with exquisite detail, several trends that foreshadow the collapse of modern civilization, but not smart enough to rid us of our self-induced situation. This was highlighted once again in October, when scientists reported that flying insect…

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40 years of the adventure of Atapuerca

The history of science is full of random situations. In Atapuerca, nature set the conditions for time and life to accumulate, in a fossil state, in this sierra de Burgos. But it is not the result of the fate that the caves of the Sierra de Atapuerca, which house a…

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Valencian researchers and scientists: " We pay for work "

The Conselleria de Educación does not resolve scholarship resolutions for stays abroad until the end of the year and the aid will not be effective until 2018. The president of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, presented the GenT plan, with an investment of 61 million , tried to stop the exodus…

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Effects of climate change on biodiversity

Climate change is one of the main threats to the conservation of biodiversity, which will be especially noticeable in the coming decades. In this special issue of Ecomandanga, five researchers with a solid track record in this field tell us first-hand about some of their studies. recent ones where they…

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Effects of climate change on biodiversity

Climate change is one of the main threats to the conservation of biodiversity, which will be especially noticeable in the coming decades. In this special issue of Ecomandanga, five researchers with a solid track record in this field tell us first-hand about some of their studies. recent ones where they…

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Two generations can be enough for a new species to emerge

The arrival 36 years ago of a strange bird to a remote island in the Galápagos archipelago has provided direct genetic evidence of a novel way in which new species emerge. In this week’s edition of the journal ‘Science’, researchers from Princeton University, in the United States, and the University…

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A bigger and faster implosion than in our worst nightmares

The living world is being crushed from all angles and collapses at an amazing speed. Such is the effect of exponential economic growth. The period of duplication [of GDP] is so short that we see the collapse happen before our eyes: insects, salmon, sharks (and almost all large fish), lions,…

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