Residents of the city of Asheville, North Carolina (USA) had a surprise when they looked up at the night sky and saw a strange light streak appear over the Blue Ridge Mountains and thought it was a comet, or even there is a comet. Could be a UFO. Turns out, those mysterious streaks of light came from something quite famous. The National Weather Service of … [Read more...] about Seeing a strange light in the sky, people thought the UFO, turned out to be SpaceX’s Starlink satellite
Researchers at the Carnegie Institution for Science have successfully developed super-hard diamond glass, made from a structure of carbon atoms in the shape of a "soccer ball". The new material has good thermal conductivity, and could be used in electronics manufacturing.Carbon is a flexible matter that can form many structures through different atomic arrangements; Carbon … [Read more...] about Successfully made super hard diamond glass by compressing a “carbon soccer ball”
At the bottom of the list of the smallest planets made of metal, the iron-rich object is many light years away and takes 7.7 hours to complete its orbit around the central star.The planet, called GJ 367b, is smaller in size, but the iron planet is much denser than Earth. During the day, the planet's surface temperature can reach 1,500 degrees Celsius and cause iron to melt. … [Read more...] about Iron planet one day is only 7.7 hours long, the day is as hot as 1,500 degrees Celsius, causing the surface to melt
Most of us when we think of "inventors", usually think of people like the Wright brothers, Alexander Graham Bell or Thomas Edison - people who changed the world by creating something new. and alive to tell its story. But few people know that there are inventors who are not so lucky. Because in the process of trying to create machines for the future, they end up becoming … [Read more...] about 9 inventors killed by their own invention
New research from the University of Plymouth could help change the way we keep our homes warm and cool. In the test, the team used the wall of a motel built before the 70s as a monitoring target; they found a difference between the two study subjects, the normal wall and the "living wall".In the study, the authors use the term "living wall" to refer to a wall covered with "a … [Read more...] about “Living wall” reduces heat loss by 30% from the building
Often what is too different, too great will make people find it hard to believe. The video of a Vietnamese artist using only his right hand and two pencils, tied together by a wooden stick, to draw portraits of Christiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi at the same time has caused mixed reactions: surprise, admired, but also skeptical.While many people praise this artist's great … [Read more...] about Question Vietnamese artist drawing Ronaldo and Messi at the same time with just one hand but as beautiful as a printer is fake?
Talents are like "big customers" of the company Recently, the US business magazine Forbes has announced the list of the best global employers in 2021. In this list, Huawei ranks 8th. And, Huawei is also the best employer. in China thanks to competitive compensation packages compared to other companies. In Vietnam, Huawei is also an employer that attracts the attention … [Read more...] about How did Huawei find and cultivate talent in Vietnam?
Ants are a social species, they have social networks and individuals communicate with each other, similar to us humans. However, humans exchange information through speech, writing and the internet,... the ants do it differently, they vomit into each other's mouths.According to Adria LeBoeuf, assistant professor and head of a laboratory at the University of Fribourg in … [Read more...] about Mouth to mouth, ants do not kiss each other but are “vomiting” into each other’s mouths to form social relations
According to some studies, livestock production is part of the cause of greenhouse gas emissions globally. In 2018, environmental researcher Joseph Poore and agricultural engineer Thomas Nemecek published a study in the journal Nature. Science on the global impact of food production.Analyzing data from about 38,000 commercial farms in 119 countries, the scientists calculated … [Read more...] about What kind of diet should we have to join hands to reduce the impact of climate change?
Today, solar batteries are no longer strange, they are often used to provide renewable electrical energy, use in homes or even factories. However, it does not stop there, researchers in Belgium have developed a solar panel capable of producing hydrogen.A research team at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven say they have developed solar panels that can convert sunlight energy into … [Read more...] about Producing “green” hydrogen from solar cells