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Ethereum cryptocurrency creator voices concern over carbon footprint
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A fundamental change to the second largest cryptocurrency to slash its carbon footprint by 99 per cent is just six to nine months away, says its creator (New Scientist)
Zero-covid countries have done best and it's not too late to switch
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Countries that opted to eliminate covid-19 rather than reduce spread ended up wealthier and with less infringement on liberties - and it's not too late to adopt the strategy (New Scientist)
Dark matter is slowing down the slab of stars at our galaxy’s centre
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At the centre of the Milky Way is an enormous bar of stars from which the spiral arms of the galaxy emanate, and its slowing rotation may help us understand dark matter (New Scientist)
Merging galaxies throw shade on alterative dark matter theory
11. junij 2021 (18:58)
The rate of galaxies merging 2 billion years after the big bang is 5 to 10 times more than predicted by theories of modified Newtonian dynamics, and more in line with dark matter theories (New Scientist)
Merging galaxies throw shade on alternative dark matter theory
11. junij 2021 (18:58)
The rate of galaxies merging 2 billion years after the big bang is 5 to 10 times more than predicted by theories of modified Newtonian dynamics, and more in line with dark matter theories (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: Health experts say G7 vaccine donation plan not enough
11. junij 2021 (17:25)
The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic (New Scientist)
China's Zhurong Mars rover took a group selfie with its lander
11. junij 2021 (10:20)
China has released the first batch of science images from its Zhurong Mars rover, following its successful landing on the Red Planet on 14 May (New Scientist)
Many female animals are evolving to look more attractive to mates
11. junij 2021 (08:00)
Sexual selection, a mechanism of evolution that can drive the appearance of bright feathers and elaborate horns, is more widespread among females than many researchers expected (New Scientist)
The deep sea hosts twice as many shapes of fish as shallow waters
11. junij 2021 (08:00)
There are more species of fish that live in shallow waters, but those that inhabit the deep sea are far more diverse in the shapes their bodies take (New Scientist)
Uttarakhand flood was caused by rare rock and glacier avalanche
10. junij 2021 (19:00)
The 2021 flood in Uttarakhand, India, that resulted in over 200 dead and missing was the result of an avalanche that dropped about 27 million square metres of rock and glacier ice from the nearby Ronti mountain (New Scientist)