Fishes eat plastic floating in the ocean: Scientists

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Jul 052014
 
Fishes eat plastic floating in the ocean: Scientists

Scientists are concerned that fish are responsible for eating hundreds of thousands of tonnes of plastic floating in the ocean. According to the scientists, 100 times less plastic on ocean surfaces than expected. The disturbing reality is that we cannot account for where the 99 percent that is missing may be. The plastic particles that are missing might be ingested by fish. That one possibility is the most likely one. Scientists found about 40,000 tonnes of plastic waste floating in the ocean but the figure […]

Intelligent Alien life could be found by 2040: Scientists

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Feb 152014
 
Intelligent Alien life could be found by 2040: Scientists

One of Earth’s leading alien hunters has predicted that intelligent alien life forms will be found within two dozen years after our telescopes have scanned two million star systems. According to the report, The first detection of intelligent extraterrestrial life will likely come within the next quarter-century, a prominent alien hunter predicts. By 2040 or so, astronomers will have scanned enough star systems to give themselves a great shot of discovering alien-produced electromagnetic signals. Contributed By Sonia Narula

Stephen Hawking Started Reading At 8

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Jun 202011
 

BRITAIN’S most popular scientist Stephen Hawking said that he did not learn to read until he was eight years old and was academically idle until he was diagnosed with a form of motor neuron disease. So, he actually started reading at 8. He added that he was never more than about halfway up the class at school. Hawking, who gave a rare public lecture yesterday at the Royal Albert Hall in London, said, “My sister Philippa could read by the age of four … but […]