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It was particularly striking how consistent it was [that] this phenomenon emerged at the million-person level, first, you get big societies, and these beliefs then come.

Patrick Savage

Found on FOX News
23 hours ago

Science

Very little is known about the mummy, although it has been identified as belonging to the Paracas culture one of the oldest cultures of South America dating back to 800 100 B.C., the mummy was last on view in the 1990s.

Everhart Museum

Found on FOX News
1 day ago

Science

The data supports both these scenarios.

Gabriele Ponti

Found on FOX News
1 day ago

Science

The chimneys are the exhaust pipes connecting the activity of the galactic center with the Fermi bubbles.

Gabriele Ponti

Found on FOX News
1 day ago

Science

One of the biggest mysteries surrounding Phobos is its origin was it created from a giant impact onto Mars that created a debris disk around the planet that eventually coalesced into Phobos, or was it once an asteroid that was captured by Mars gravity?

Ron Ballouz

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

In some sense, Ultima has a fairly simplified geology, a bit like Frankenstein here, ultima Thule has a lot more stuff here going on.

Jeff Moore

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

Every single observation that we planned worked as planned, we had a 100 percent successful flyby.

Alan Stern

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

Ultima Thule is beyond remarkable.

Alan Stern

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

Everything was self-consistent and suggested a lot of centimeter-scale particles, probably concentrated in the equator, and I was really envisioning kind of a beach that went all the way around the asteroid in equatorial regions.

Dante Lauretta

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

Thats still our biggest uncertainty what is the nature of this material in the microgravity environment? what forces are holding it together, and how does it respond when a spacecraft punches it in and then fires thrusters to back away from it?

Dante Lauretta

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

The science is really starting to ramp up, you havent seen anything yet.

Dante Lauretta

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

Thats really exciting, you can learn a lot by bringing a sample back from an asteroid, but were going to learn exponentially more by bringing samples back from these two asteroids, which initially looked very similar to each other, may still be related to each other but have had different histories.

Dante Lauretta

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

Water probably did circulate through the interior of the asteroid, like a hydrothermal system on Earth, and altered the originally anhydrous rocky material, forming these clays.

Dante Lauretta

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

Were actively re-evaluating that model.

Dante Lauretta

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

We have to upgrade the autonomous guidance system on the spacecraft, so it can be a lot smarter and guide us into that smaller region.

Dante Lauretta

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

It seemed to be very bold.

Dan Kennedy

Found on FOX News
2 days ago

Science

Many animals use the Earths magnetic field for navigation, theres such a wide range of creatures that have this sense that we think humans, at least, have some remnants of this sense, even if we dont use it so much in our daily lives anymore.

Connie Wang

Found on FOX News
3 days ago

Science

We werent really expecting an asymmetrical response.

Connie Wang

Found on FOX News
3 days ago

Science

Some people are really good at art and some people are really good at math.

Stuart Gilder

Found on FOX News
3 days ago

Science

We felt it odd that the maps of strontium distributions on which these conclusions were based show no resemblance to the underlying geology, we set out to test if modern-day farming could be the reason that the natural strontium variations were obscured.

Rasmus Andreasen

Found on FOX News
3 days ago

Science

In areas with farming, one should be very careful when using strontium isotopes to trace the origin and movement of prehistoric people.

Rasmus Andreasen

Found on FOX News
3 days ago

Science

This is exactly why were building quantum computers, this is a demonstration that quantum computers can allow us to simulate things that should not occur in the real world.

Stephen Bartlett

Found on FOX News
4 days ago

Science

I couldnt believe the huge muscles that the monkey had, the other monkeys were very small in comparison, they all looked a bit scared of her.

Santeri Oksanen

Found on FOX News
7 days ago

Science

It seems like the climate state the Earth likes to be in is hotter than today, and these glaciation periods are unusual, and if they are unusual, there must be something specific happening.

Oliver Jagoutz

Found on FOX News
7 days ago

Science

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