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Windows History – from Windows 1 to Windows 10

Windows History – from Windows 1 to Windows 10

Windows has a long story when it comes to software and OS. Founded in 1975 by Bill Gates  and Paul Allen, Microsoft has become a computer software giant over the years. Microsoft got rave response from the market in its early years, ever since the products and services have started toRead More

Why Do Diseases Leave a Bitter Taste in the Mouth?

Why Do Diseases Leave a Bitter Taste in the Mouth?

People with infections and autoimmune diseases, or other inflammatory conditions have higher levels of the protein tumor necrosis factor than healthy people, which can influence the sensitivity to bitter tastes. When we are sick, we have less appetite for food; especially for bitter food. A team of scientists have justRead More

The Mystery of the Galactic Center Could Be Solved in the LHC at CERN

The Mystery of the Galactic Center Could Be Solved in the LHC at CERN

A new calculation opened the door to controversies that the excess of gamma rays (observed with the Femmi telescope) is due to a dark matter particle with the right mass which can be created in the particle accelerator at CERN. This is one of the most controversial observations of theRead More

The Opera Platform: a Website Set to Live Broadcast Opera Performances for Free

The Opera Platform: a Website Set to Live Broadcast Opera Performances for Free

A website funded by the European Union (EU) will broadcast worldwide, live and for free, various opera performances presented by prestigious artistic companies – informs Reuters. “La Traviata” opera composed by Giuseppe Verdi (about a doomed love between a courtesan and a young) will be broadcasted in live streaming forRead More

Russia Postpones the Return to Earth of Three Astronauts

Russia Postpones the Return to Earth of Three Astronauts

According to the BBC, Russia has decided to postpone the return to Earth of three astronauts currently boarded on the International Space Station (ISS), following the failure of Progress cargo spacecraft that disintegrated in the atmosphere last week. The return to Earth of three astronauts from the ISS was originallyRead More

How Cacti Can Live without Water

How Cacti Can Live without Water

Plants and animals living in the desert have to deal with the lack of water. And if they can not find an answer to this question, they can not survive. Cacti do not live without water, but they manage to survive long periods in a remarkable way, with no rain. PlantsRead More

Codex Seraphinianus: The Book No One Can Read

Codex Seraphinianus: The Book No One Can Read

Codex Seraphinianus volume, first published in 1981, is an illustrated encyclopedia of imaginary worlds created by the Italian artist, architect, and industrial designer Luigi Serafini. The book has about 360 pages and is written in a coded alphabet of an imaginary language. On the internet, it can be purchased for amounts varyingRead More

Replica Lighthouse of Alexandria Set to Be Built

Replica Lighthouse of Alexandria Set to Be Built

According to lefigaro.fr, the Supreme Council for Antiquities in Egypt has approved the new project of President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi consisting in rebuilding the famous Lighthouse of Alexandria (also known as Pharos of Alexandria). Following the announcement of starting the construction of a second Canal Suez late in April, theRead More

Scientists Discovered a New State of Matter

Scientists Discovered a New State of Matter

An international team of researchers have announced the discovery of a new state of matter in a material that could simultaneously be insulator, superconductor, magnet and metal. Scientists believe that this could help develop more effective superconductors at high temperatures. If these properties are confirmed, this new state of matter willRead More

CO2 Concentration in the Atmosphere Exceeds Historical Threshold

CO2 Concentration in the Atmosphere Exceeds Historical Threshold

According Slate.fr, the concentration of CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere exceeded in March 2015 the average monthly amount of 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time in the post-industrial era, confirming the forecasts of specialists on climate disturbance and threats to biodiversity. The world’s most important political leadersRead More