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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 an 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 matterRead 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

The Biggest Mistakes that Cause New Startups to Fail

The Biggest Mistakes that Cause New Startups to Fail

Running a startup may seem very glamorous on the outside, but those on the inside know that it’s hard work and success doesn’t come easy… for some, it doesn’t come at all. Entrepreneurs face a number of different hurdles and obstacles along their way to creating a business from theRead More

Where Live the Most Attractive Men in the World in 2015

Where Live the Most Attractive Men in the World in 2015

Argentine have the reputation of being the most beautiful women in the world ever (and we love it!), But little has been said about men. The well-known tourist publication Traveler’s Digest made a 2015 list of the cities where men are more attractive and, of course, Argentines appear in the fifthRead More

Tesla Powerwall: Revolutionary Batteries Can Supply Energy Worldwide

Tesla Powerwall: Revolutionary Batteries Can Supply Energy Worldwide

Non-conformist American businessman Elon Musk, Tesla luxury electric cars division representative, presented a strategy in rechargeable batteries manufactured at the new plant in Nevada Gigafactory that, in his view, can supply energy worldwide. Musk started the show in Los Angeles, which marked the formalization of Tesla’s aggressive expansion in energyRead More

Scientists Reverse the Process behind Pancreatic Cancer

Scientists Reverse the Process behind Pancreatic Cancer

A researcher managed to turn cancerous pancreatic cells into normal cells. Feedback they receive from patients suffering from pancreatic adenocarcinoma, the most common form of cancer affecting the body, are not very optimistic. In general, doctors informed that most patients had lived for around six months. However, in a newRead More

The most Efficient Method to Fight Ovarian Cancer

The most Efficient Method to Fight Ovarian Cancer

Blood tests performed regularly can detect about 86% of all ovarian cancers in early stages, according to a national-scale British study. Ovarian tumors are often fatal because they are discovered too late. First results of this study, conducted by researchers at University College London for a period of 14 years,Read More

Overweight Diabetics Live Longer Studies Show

Overweight Diabetics Live Longer Studies Show

According to British scientists, patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes who are overweight (not obese) live longer than those with normal body weight. On such occasion, the researchers have emerged with another example of “obesity paradox”. While public health authorities constantly emit warnings regarding adverse consequences of overweight and companies areRead More