Science is based on facts, logic and reasoning. That is exactly what makes science so powerful. The scientific method has provided humanity with accurate predictions about the physical world for hundreds of years. If a question can be tested scientifically and a theory can be proven by numerous experiments (like gravity), then we can be confident in the findings regardless of whether they match our beliefs or go against our values. In other words, scientific findings should not be used to oppose your opinions but to support them just like any other piece of evidence you would use in your writings or speeches.
New Researches Made By Scientists: News Of Scientific Research
1) Scientists have discovered a way to make your brain look younger
2) Climate change is making the oceans more acidic, and that’s bad news for sea life
3) Scientists have created a vaccine that could protect us against all strains of flu virus for life
4) A new study shows how we can use our smartphones to measure pollution from nearby factories and power plants
5) New research suggests that we won’t see any major changes in global temperatures until 2040
A new report discovered that the death rate among Native American children is more than double that of white children
The report revealed that Native American children are dying at rates higher than any other racial group in America. According to the data, Native American children are 2.2 times more likely to die before their first birthday than white children.
The rate of infant mortality among Native Americans is also higher than any other group in the United States, according to a new study published by the University of Washington School of Public Health.
The report also found that more than one in four infants who died during their first year were born into poverty and almost half of those deaths occurred within the first month after birth.
Modern life leads to the onset of dementia in people over 45-year-old
There are studies showing that modern life leads to the onset of dementia in people over 45 years old and even faster in those with genetic predisposition. The study was conducted by scientists from the universities of Malmo (Sweden) and Oxford, who were interested in determining whether the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease increases with age or not.
The scientists analyzed data from 8,625 people aged 45-70 years old. The participants were divided into three groups: people with a family history of Alzheimer’s disease; people without any signs of memory loss; and those who did not have any signs of the disease but had been diagnosed with depression or anxiety disorder. This allowed researchers to analyze how often these conditions affect the development of Alzheimer’s disease in people with a genetic predisposition for this type of pathology.
As it turned out, among patients who have a family history of Alzheimer’s disease, there is an increased risk of developing dementia at any time during their lives – approximately 3 times higher than among those without such history. In addition, patients who suffer from depression or anxiety disorders are also more likely to develop this condition than those who do not suffer from these symptoms.
When blind people hear, their visual cortex is activated
This surprising finding may help us understand how neurons work.
Blind people who have learned to read Braille can feel the bumps with their fingers but they don’t see them. Yet when scientists asked these volunteers to read words from seven different languages, they found that their visual cortex was activated in a brain scan.
The researchers say this could be because visually deprived people use other senses to compensate for their lack of sight. It may also be due to the fact that language is processed in many regions of the brain and not just one specific area.
The experiment proved that plants also communicate with one another
The researchers found that when the plant was exposed to a predator, it emitted a chemical signal to warn other plants nearby.
The researchers believe this is an example of “instantaneous communication” between the two plants.
They said: “This study provides evidence for direct plant-plant communication in nature and highlights the importance of considering this form of communication when investigating how species coexist.”
The researchers found that when the plant was exposed to a predator (in this case, caterpillars), it emitted a chemical signal to warn other plants nearby.
Trees have a memory
Trees grow in distinct patterns, which can be used as “fingerprints” to determine their age. Now researchers have found that these growth patterns are actually a reflection of the tree’s memory — its past experiences and environmental conditions.
The researchers used data from 37 trees, including oak and pine species, to create computer models that estimate a tree’s age based on its growth pattern. A computer model that correctly estimates the age of a tree with 95 percent certainty would have only a 50 percent chance of doing so if it were based solely on random chance. The researchers also found that some trees grow faster than others under the same conditions.
The findings could help foresters predict when forests will recover after an event such as an insect infestation or wildfire, or help climate scientists predict how forests will respond to changing temperatures or rainfall levels.
Reading books increases the number of gray cells in the brain, which prevents cognitive decline
Scientists from the University of California, Irvine found out that reading books increases the number of gray cells in the brain, which prevents cognitive decline.
The results of this study were published in the journal Brain Connectivity. The researchers focused their attention on the brains of people who read fiction and those who read non-fiction. They discovered that those who read fiction had more connections between different parts of their brains than those who only read non-fiction.
A few decades ago people thought that the universe was static and had no special meaning for our life. Today the situation has changed dramatically because we know that the universe is dynamic, it expands, and at its very heart are the galaxies made of stars formed by fusion reaction. The universe is alive and seething with processes through which stars die, supernova blasts light up galaxies, gas clouds coalesce into new stars are born or planets orbit their parent stars. Only one hypothesis can agree with all observed facts: The Big Bang theory.