did the moon once have life?

Although the moon is uninhabitable today, it can not be ruled out that it has housed life in the past, say astrobiologists American and British. Dirk Schulze-Makuch, from Washington State…

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Bread from 14,000 years ago

The charred remains of 14,400-year-old flat bread cooked by hunter-gatherers were discovered at an archaeological site in north-eastern Jordan. This is the oldest direct proof of bread preparation found to…

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Neanderthal man mastered the art of fire

A first direct proof of the ability of Neanderthals to produce fire by striking stones was provided by European archaeologists. To establish this theory, archaeologist Andrew Sorensen and his colleagues…

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The pitch of our voice is determined before we speak

The tone of the cry of a three-month-old baby gives a very good idea of ​​the height of his voice at five, an international team of neuroscientists recently discovered. It…

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Spectrum returns haunt Intel, AMD and ARM processors

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered two new types of cyber attacks that make the security of most computers on the market a fear. The new attack vectors use Spectrum, an important…

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