Author: Muneeb ud Deen

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Chemical Conditions just like on the Early Earth were discovered on some Exoplanets

Chemical Conditions just like on the Early Earth were discovered on some Exoplanets

Researchers believe that the intensity of Ultraviolet light has a vital role in developing life on a planet. The ever-increasing hostility of the Earth’s climate has urged the scientists to search for an alternative habitat for humanity. Consequently, they are scanning every nook and corner of the universe to find any signs of life. Simultaneously,…

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Ancient Meteorites Guide us to the Early Life of our Solar System

Ancient Meteorites Guide us to the Early Life of our Solar System

The researchers of the University of Manchester perform isotopic analysis of Ancient Meteorites to reveal more information about the origin of our solar system. Scientists are extremely keen to know about the origin of our solar system and meteors are their best bets in this regard. That’s the reason why a detailed analysis is being…

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The Record Breaking Fires of California are Not Slowing down Anytime Soon

The Record Breaking Fires of California are Not Slowing down Anytime Soon

The fire at the Mendocino Complex is now the largest fire in the history of California in terms of the area burned and it is expected to grow even more in the coming days. Earth is considered a highly flammable planet given its atmospheric oxygen, widespread lightening and volcanic ignitions, spells of extremely dry climate,…

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Perseid Meteor Shower is simply a Treat for Skywatchers

Perseid Meteor Shower is simply a Treat for Skywatchers

The annual Perseid Meteor Shower is just around the corner as NASA announces the peak of this amazing celestial artistry. The term ‘Meteor Shower’ is associated with a celestial event where multiple meteors are observed to originate from one point in the night sky. The source of these showers is called meteoroids, which are essentially…

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Why is Religion more Popular than Science?

Why is Religion more Popular than Science?

The mind domination of empathy inclines people towards religion. All of us have different beliefs and we must respect everyone’s opinion, irrespective of the fact that we agree to it or not, to ensure a peaceful life. Having said that, referring to the phrase ‘Science and Religion are compatible with each other’ can result in…

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A Brand New Exoplanet Hunter of NASA Captured a Distant Comet

A Brand New Exoplanet Hunter of NASA Captured a Distant Comet

TESS had a good look at the C/2018 N1 even before starting its science operations. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) of NASA started official operations on 25th July 2018. Right before that, it underwent a final test to check its capabilities which presented a fascinating series of images to the researchers. It captured a…

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An Artificial Neural Network Recognizes Objects at the Speed of Light

An Artificial Neural Network Recognizes Objects at the Speed of Light

Neural Networks and Deep Learning took object recognition to a whole new level. Artificial Intelligence is a revolutionary technology that has changed the field of robotics on its head. Training a machine to make an informed decision was not even imaginable before the emergence of this technology. The formation of Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) is…

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Weight Loss within 6 years of Diagnosis might indicate the Remission of Type 2 Diabetes

Weight Loss within 6 years of Diagnosis might indicate the Remission of Type 2 Diabetes

There is no need for you to get disappointed if you have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes recently because you can still get your health back. Diabetes Mellitus type 2 is a long-term metabolic disorder that is characterized by high blood sugar either due to a lack of insulin or insulin resistance. Insulin is…

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Plate Tectonics not needed for Sustaining Life

Plate Tectonics not needed for Sustaining Life

Latest research clearly signifies that the presence and quantity of heat-producing elements is a much better indicator to judge a planet’s potential to sustain life than the tectonic plates. The climate of Earth is becoming more and more hostile towards life and experts are worried that we need to find an alternative habitat for humanity…

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Meteors Reveal Insights about the Early Life of our Sun

Meteors Reveal Insights about the Early Life of our Sun

The presence of noble gases inside Hibonite Crystals, extracted from a meteor, gives scientists some key information about the early life of our Sun. Technological advancement has enabled the humanity to explore their surroundings like never before. There are different space agencies in the world and all of them have their own missions which feed…

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Hair Loss and Skin Damage could be finally Reversed

Hair Loss and Skin Damage could be finally Reversed

D-threo-1-phenyl-2-decanoylamino-3-morpholino-1-propanol (D-PDMP) could bring a revolutionary change to the treatment of hair loss. Hair loss is becoming more and more common these days and that’s the reason why latest, more advanced techniques are introduced for hair transplant. Similarly, a massive increment in the cases of skin inflammation have taken place which urged the medical scientists…

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Hackers Try to Target Users’ Minds

Hackers Try to Target Users’ Minds

Hackers are working on Cognitive Hacking these days where all you need to do is to spread disinformation and wait for the population to become distracted by indulging in meaningless arguments. Hacking is generally associated with computers and it refers to an unauthorized access with the intentions to alter the regular flow of the system.…

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Experiments show that Sound can be Produced from Light

Experiments show that Sound can be Produced from Light

A researching team at Washington University has figured out a way to use light waves for generating an acoustic wave. Science has unveiled a lot of secrets about the universe following massive advancements in technology and research. Numerous ideas that were considered fictional in the past are a part of our lives these days. These…

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A New Battery Outperforms All of its Previous Versions

A New Battery Outperforms All of its Previous Versions

The batteries produced from a modified Quinone will write a new chapter in storing green energy generated from renewable resources. Humanity needs to shift towards clean energy if we want to prolong the existence of our civilization. Scientists are working very hard, these days, to maximize the utilization of the known sources of clean energy…

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Bacteria inside your Gut are quite useful

Bacteria inside your Gut are quite useful

Bacteroides, found inside intestines, are much more useful than you think. Bacteria is one of the earliest life forms that appeared on the face of our planet. They come in a number of shapes ranging from rods to spirals. An interesting fact about these microorganisms is that they are present virtually everywhere in this world.…

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Will Climate Change be paused for 15 years? A new theory claims

Will Climate Change be paused for 15 years? A new theory claims

Scientists have a new theory about the air-conditioning system of the Earth. Climate change (Global Warming) is one of the biggest worries of humanity these days as it is literally endangering the future of our species. Ironically, humans themselves have contributed the most in bringing these changes in climate. Experts from all parts of the…

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CNEOS is Defending Earth for 20 years now

CNEOS is Defending Earth for 20 years now

Will the Asteroid 1997 XF11 collide with the Earth? The Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) of NASA has been answering this query for quite a few years now. NASA was trying to oblige to a Congressional request made in 1998 when the researchers encountered an asteroid (1997 XF11) which indicated that a kilometer-wide object…

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Scientists found a Lake of Liquid Water on Mars

Scientists found a Lake of Liquid Water on Mars

The search for life on Mars goes down to the subsurface level following the discovery of a liquid water lake below the southern polar ice cap. Human activity is bringing drastic changes to this world and that’s the reason why researchers are looking for other habitable places of the universe. Our neighbor planet, Mars, is…

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NASA is gathering data about the Dust Storm of Mars despite Sleeping Opportunity Rover

NASA is gathering data about the Dust Storm of Mars despite Sleeping Opportunity Rover

The Red Planet Missions, other than Opportunity, are keeping NASA informed about the happenings on Mars despite the dust storm. The Opportunity Rover of NASA went to sleep mode on 10th of June following a massive dust storm which engulfed one-fourth of the Martian atmosphere. This storm led to a state of darkness in which…

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The Explanation of Dark Energy through Symmetrons met a Dead End

The Explanation of Dark Energy through Symmetrons met a Dead End

An experiment involving slow-moving neutrons dealt a huge blow to the theory of Symmetron Field, which was considered a candidate for explaining the Dark Energy. Dark Energy is a strange form of energy which is spread anywhere and everywhere in space. According to the Standard Model of Cosmology, it contributes 68.3% of the total energy…

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A Blood Moon Frightened People

A Blood Moon Frightened People

If you haven’t seen a blood moon in your life, this is your chance as the longest Total Lunar Eclipse is just around the corner. It is a key to understand the logic and reason behind something in order to entirely comprehend its potential. Similarly, if you look at the sky, thousands of stars can…

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A New Circular Monument discovered in Ireland

A New Circular Monument discovered in Ireland

Local Historians of Ireland used a drone to reveal a pre-historic henge which depicts the importance of the tomb at the Newgrange for the prehistoric people. Ireland is a historic country with places like a 5000-year old passage tomb at Newgrange. Recent reports suggest that the researchers have found a 4th henge near this tomb…

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A CubeSat Mission will study the Hot Gas surrounding the Milky Way

A CubeSat Mission will study the Hot Gas surrounding the Milky Way

HaloSat will help scientists to understand whether the missing mass of the universe lies inside galactic halos or not. Humanity is exploring every dimension of the universe in order to know more and more about our surroundings. The amount of ‘normal matter’ is very less when compared with the total volume of space around us.…

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