Category Archives: Science

Harvard University Researchers Prove Music Is Universal

Harvard University Researchers Prove Music Is Universal The issue of universality of music was a frequently expressed but only limited definition. A new study, led by scientists from Harvard University, proved the universality of music. The universality of music is a subject frequently mentioned by many. This discussion, which is also the subject of many… Read More »

Terrible Wave Height Of Tsunami Revealed In 2018

Terrible Wave Height Of Tsunami Revealed In 2018 Anak Krakatau Volcano erupted in 2018, followed by a tsunami. A new study, the volcano erupted after the eruption of the tsunamide 100 meters high wave was formed. Anak Krakatau Volcano, located in Indonesia, exploded in 2018. After the eruption of the volcano, the waves between 5… Read More »

Scientists: The Irreversible Effects Of Climate Change Are About To Begin

Scientists: The Irreversible Effects Of Climate Change Are About To Begin The fight against climate change is becoming more and more important. Scientists continue to warn that we are heading towards a series of irreversible climatic events. Climate scientists continue to warn about the climate crisis. Experts continue to warn that we are passing through… Read More »

Scientists Observed 3 Black Holes Approaching Each Other

Scientists Observed 3 Black Holes Approaching Each Other The infinite universe continues to amaze us and the researchers with every discovery that takes place. Scientists have discovered that the galaxy, which they think is centered on two black holes, actually has three black holes. Astronomers have long thought that two galaxies collided with stars known… Read More »

Unicorn Meteor Shower Observed 4 Times In The 18th Century

Unicorn Meteor Shower Observed 4 Times In The 18th Century The Alpha Monocerotid meteor shower, which is from the Unicorn meteor shower, took place last night. The meteor shower, which has been observed four times in the last century, has also caused a debate among scientists. Thursday night, a rare celestial incident, the Alpha Monocerotid… Read More »

Scientists Successfully Tested ‘Temporary Death’ For The First Time

Scientists Successfully Tested ‘Temporary Death’ For The First Time For the first time in the United States, scientists attempted to save time by turning a patient into a ‘temporary death’ position and extending the duration of surgery. The technique was successfully applied, which would save time, especially in cases of severe injuries. For the first… Read More »

Electrons Accelerated Up to 99.9999999985 Of Light Speed

Electrons Accelerated Up to 99.9999999985 Of Light Speed In a beam line established at the MAX IV Laboratory in Sweden, electrons bring the speed of light closer. With this ability, the beam line can lead to many experiments. Scientists from Finland and scientists from the University of Tartu in Estonia established a light line at… Read More »

Lions Discovered to Be Affected Like Humans By Optical Illusions

Lions Discovered to Be Affected Like Humans By Optical Illusions Optical illusions are particularly popular with social media users. Some people also wonder how their pets will react to optical illusions. A new study took this curiosity one step further and tested the lions’ response to optical illusions. To date, videos have been shared that… Read More »

New Quantum Experiment Proves Reality May Be Subjective

New Quantum Experiment Proves Reality May Be Subjective Quantum computers are an important development that can solve both the world of science and our perception of the world and the understanding of the universe of scientists. Scientists also used a quantum computer to solve the perception of reality. A new study published in Science Advances… Read More »

Oxygen Fluctuations On Mars Even Surprised NASA!

Oxygen Fluctuations On Mars Even Surprised NASA! Scientists have discovered unexplained seasonal changes in atmospheric gases in Mars’ Gale crater. Mars observations continue to offer exciting discoveries. The American National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced that it has discovered unexpected changes in oxygen on Mars. Even oxygen fluctuations on Mars surprised NASA! NASA, who… Read More »

European Union Approves World’s First Ebola Vaccine

European Union Approves World’s First Ebola Vaccine The European Union has approved the Ebola vaccine, which is produced by Merck and used in the treatment of the Ebola virus. This vaccine, called Ervebo, became the first approved Ebola vaccine in the world. As it is known, Ebola; A very serious illness that begins with symptoms… Read More »

The Chip That Scientists Can Use Batteries For Months

The Chip That Scientists Can Use Batteries For Months US scientists have produced a new chip. This chip, which can only be used on IoT devices for the time being, enables the devices to be operated only when needed. Thus, rechargeable devices use batteries more efficiently. Technology is developing more and more with each passing… Read More »

World’s First Bluetooth Connected Temperature Transmitter Produced

World’s First Bluetooth Connected Temperature Transmitter Produced The new temperature transmitter developed by Endress + Hauser is the first bluetooth transmitter in the world. This new technology seems to give advantage to the facilities in the sector both financially and sensitively. Scientists are doing everything they can to produce more efficient products by combining existing… Read More »