Did the Dinosaurs ever exist in Lebanon?

In 2005, fossil hunters found a complete tooth near the southern city of Jezzine, which shed light on the theory that the Middle East was once covered with lush forests where giant reptiles roamed. Another incomplete tooth was discovered there in 1969. Read more at...

TONIGHT… a full moon, a lunar eclipse, and a green comet will light up the sky

Tonight there will be a trio of celestial treats: a full moon, a penumbral lunar eclipse, and a green-headed comet. Careful observers across parts of North America can watch a Full Snow Moon penumbral lunar eclipse. With a pair of binoculars or a small telescope,...

NASA Has Finally Built a Computer Chip To Survive on Venus

The average temperature on Venus is 864 degrees Fahrenheit (462 degrees Celsius). No computer can survive more than 127 minutes there, it's like hell. But now, NASA Has Finally Built a Computer Chip To Survive on Venus. NASA researchers developed a new computer chip...

500-Year-Old Hidden Images Revealed in Mexican Manuscript

Thanks to sophisticated scanning technology that penetrated layers of chalk and plaster, storytelling images on a hidden manuscript from Mexico have been seen for the first time in 500 years. The Codex Selden, from the pre-colonial Mixtec town of Anute, is one of just...

Have we just found Earth’s cousin?

Astronomers using ESO telescopes and other facilities have found clear evidence of a planet orbiting the closest star to Earth, Proxima Centauri. The long-sought world, designated Proxima B, orbits its cool red parent star every 11 days and has a temperature suitable...

Yi Qi… a bird, or a bat?

Yi is a genus of scansoriopterygid (meaning "climbing wings") dinosaurs from the Late Jurassic of China. Scansoriopterygids are small maniraptoran theropods, notable for their elongate third fingers and for a peculiar pelvis where the pubis is directed forwards and...

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Riddle of the week

I am a son of a chemist and a mathematician.




People called me Iron59.


Explanation: Iron = Fe (chemical symbol)

59 = LIX (Roman numerals)

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