The wife of Medvedev start s dancing at the concert of Serdyuchka

The spouse of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, Svetlana Medvedeva, was photographed during Verka Serdyuchka’s speech at the party after the opening of the New Wave festival in Sochi, where the Ukrainian diva performed by Andrei Danilko appeared six years later. The wife of the politician … (read more) VIEW PHOTOS (9)

September 6, 2018
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Scientists could measure the speed of the death

August 31, 2018

Journalists of the German edition of Stern, referring to the research of scientists, reported that specialists were able to partially uncover the mysterious mechanism of the onset of death at the cellular level and measure the speed of its movement. It turned out that cell death occurred because of a natural process called programmed death. According to the authors of the publication, this mechanism is called apoptosis. It occurs daily…

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A new reason is mentioned, according to which many animals will soon die out

June 12, 2018

There is a version that for many living beings global warming is less dangerous than it may seem at first glance. If the habitual territory becomes too hot for them, north of it (or south in the case of the Southern Hemisphere), the temperature from excessively cold becomes comfortable for these animals. Thus, there really is nowhere to flee to only polar inhabitants, such as polar bears. In the past,…

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Scientist find out the main reason of global warming on the earth

June 6, 2018

The fall of a giant asteroid to Earth 65 million years ago provoked a sharp warming of the climate. It is noteworthy that the effect lasted for 100 thousand years, according to a study of scientists from the University of Missouri (USA). After the fall of the asteroid with a diameter of seven to 14 km, the temperature on Earth rose five degrees. Experts came to this conclusion after the…

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A new reason is mentioned, according to which many animals will soon die out

May 27, 2018

There is a version that for many living beings global warming is less dangerous than it may seem at first glance. If the habitual territory becomes too hot for them, north of it (or south in the case of the Southern Hemisphere), the temperature from excessively cold becomes comfortable for these animals. Thus, there really is nowhere to flee to only polar inhabitants, such as polar bears. In the past,…

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Found a unique entertainment for single women

Employees of the Tokyo company offered lonely women to protect their homes with shadows. The invention called The Man Behind the Curtain should create the illusion of the presence of one more person in the house. The development itself is a mini-projector complete with several records of a moving human shadow: it is offered to broadcast them on a window curtain. Thanks to them outside it seems that there is…

May 27, 2018
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Scientists have suggested that Mars was inhabited and similar to England

May 25, 2018

In search of evidence that life on Mars might have existed in the past, researchers from the Imperial College of London studied acid springs in the English county of Dorset. In these streams, the remains of microorganisms that in the past could have survived on the Red Planet have been discovered. As experts note, the dried up streams around the Gulf of St. Oswald remind Mars even externally. They acquire…

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A new proof of the existence of the Planet X in the solar system

May 25, 2018

Watching the object called 2015 BP519 for three years, experts came to the conclusion that the features of its orbit can serve as new evidence of the presence in the solar system of the ninth planet. 2015 BP519, as its name implies, was opened in 2015. Observing its orbit for 1110 days, experts came to the conclusion that at different stages of its journey it can move away from the…

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Half a meter of predatory worms flooded France

May 25, 2018

Worms of the genus Bipalium, which had not previously been found in Europe, now live in large quantities in France. It is assumed that the invasion began a long time ago, but only now a group of scientists led by Jean-Loup Justine of the National Museum of Natural History in Paris drew attention to this… (read more) VIEW PHOTOS :(10)

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