Scientific articles

A robot to assist in making political decisions

Scientists have developed a robot that can help people make the right decision and vote in political elections. The artificial intelligence robot is called Nigel, which can help with political decisions. Nigel has been created by researchers from Kimera Systems, who describe it as ‘the world’s first human-like artificial intelligence technology that learns, becomes aware of needs and understands the ...

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The Engine That Might Break Physical Laws

Chinese experts have invented a practical model for the EmDrive engine, which is not subject to energy conservation laws, CCTV-2 television reported. Chinese scientists said that EmDrive it doesn’t use any propellant. Instead, microwaves bounce inside of a chamber. But here’s the weird thing about it: Some researchers say the design appears to violate Newton’s third law of motion” for ...

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Eurasia may split into two separate mass lands

The Eurasian continent   may split into two halves within 20 million years of now,  Geology scientists in Siberia  have warned. A new ocean might emerge at  the current site of Baikal  Lake, “Science in Siberia” newspaper published by the Siberia-based Russian  Academy  of Sciences quoted the geologists  as saying. According to the paper, scientists  from the Geology Institute at the ...

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Studying heavy chemical elements in the universe

Russian scientists, together with their foreign colleagues, are preparing an international “Panda” experiment that will help them understand the process of forming the heavy chemical elements in the universe. The director of the Russian Institute of Nuclear Physics, Pavel Lochachov: “PANDA will be tested at the European Center for the Study of ions and Antiprotons, and will take a fresh ...

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A Discovery that might Change the Perception of the Origin of Existence on Earth.

The Russian astronaut Alexander Misurkindeclared that scientists have discovered new information that might change the perceptionof bacteria originon Earth. According to Misurkin, dust samples that have been recently collected from the surface of the International Space Station showed that there are types of bacteria that are able to survive the most difficult climatic conditions even when they are exposed tolethal ...

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A step toward limitless clean energy

Scientists develop a new way to make plasma fuel hot enough to generate ‘significant’ nuclear fusion power Nuclear fusion is being looked to as a potentially limitless source of clean energy, created by the same core processes inside the sun. Using intense heat, magnetic fields and pressure, the nuclei of lighter elements are fused together to create heavier elements, releasing ...

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Discovery of a new type of gravitational waves

Scientists believe they have discovered a new kind of gravitational waves, which can give humanity a better understanding and a deeper insight into universe events. The phenomenon of gravitational waves was described as “the find of the decade” when first spotted, in 2016, where it helped to prove some of the most fundamental expectations about  understanding the universe. Scientists have ...

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Siberian eternal life bacteria

Although the “elixir of life” was associated with myths and dreams of immortality and eternal youth, a Russian biological scientist opened the door of renewed energy and health! Anatoli Brouchkov, head of the Geocryology Department at Moscow State University responded to this “dilemma” in a purely scientific way and experimented on himself what could be described as the elixir of ...

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The world’s most powerful free electron laser XFEL

Russia is participating in an international project in Hamburg, Germany, to create the world’s most powerful free electron laser, XFEL. This laser complex will allow for unprecedented research in materials, chemistry, biology and nanotechnology,including virus studies and measurement of cell molecule components, as well as taking three-dimensional images of nano-composites and tracking high-speed chemical processes on the Online system, this ...

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