Here is some Cool Science News I saw around the Web. I hope to do this from time to time. It is one of the ways I like to share with everyone. I format it by putting in a bit of the Article then a link to the source so you can read more.Some are recent some are earlier in the year or before.So Here is the news:
World’s Oldest Dress
https://www.archaeology.org/issues/241- ... WSv8ZpZkmAIt’s almost impossible to imagine that an item of clothing worn thousands of years ago has survived to the present day. But the “Tarkhan Dress,” named for the town in Egypt where it was found in 1913, has endured—and has now been precisely dated using the latest radiocarbon dating technology.
https://www.archaeology.org/issues/215 ... khan-dress
Norway to Return Easter Island Artifacts
https://www.archaeology.org/news/7508-1 ... patriationSANTIAGO, CHILE—Norway will return thousands of artifacts taken from Chile’s Easter Island during a 1955–1956 expedition led by famed explorer Thor Heyerdahl
Meet Scotty, the New T. Rex Heavyweight Champion of the World
https://www.livescience.com/65073-large ... ecord.htmlThe mightiest Tyrannosaurus rex on record is a behemoth named Scotty, who — during its lifetime on Earth about 65 million years ago — weighed a honking 19,555 lbs. (8,870 kilograms), or about as much as 6.5 Volkswagen Beetles, a new study finds.
Hubble Telescope Reveals What 200 Billion Stars Look Like
https://www.livescience.com/65081-hubbl ... hotos.htmlTwo incredible new images from the Hubble Space Telescope show galaxies in all their shining glory.
The first known fossil of a Denisovan skull has been found in a Siberian cave
https://www.sciencenews.org/article/fi ... ve-siberiaDNA evidence hints that the hominids interbred with humans as recently as 15,000 years ago
A palm-sized section of a braincase is the first Denisovan skull fossil ever found.
Discovered in two pieces in Siberia’s Denisova Cave in August 2016, the find joins only a handful of fragmentary fossils from these mysterious, extinct hominids.
Fastest-Thinning Greenland Glacier Threw NASA Scientists for a Loop. It's Actually Growing.
https://www.livescience.com/65080-green ... owing.htmlGreenland's fastest-flowing and fastest-thinning glacier recently threw a real brain bender at scientists, who realized that instead of shrinking, the glacier is actually growing thicker, they reported in a new study.
And this week I got two Science Quotes:
I am often amazed at how much more capability and enthusiasm for science there is among elementary school youngsters than among college students. -Carl Sagan
So that is some of the Science I saw this week and found interesting. Feel Free to add to this and Comment if you like and this isn't just a thing for me to do. Anybody can make a post like this, I like them to because I don't always see every article that is out there and it is great to learn new things.Science is the best idea humans have ever had. The more people who embrace that idea, the better.-Bill Nye
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Disclaimer:I am an Amateur when it comes to Science. I post these to peak people's interest. I try to find credible sources as best I can. I share these because it peaks my Interest and I hope it stirs yours too. I am not in Real Life a Scientist nor do I think what I find is everything. I just try to share enough so if interested you, yourself can find out more.