- The hottest year is likely to be between 2021-2025.Administrator • 2021-05-27 21:04:54In the next 5 years awaits us the hottest year - such is the forecast of the World Meteorological Organization.
- Global warming critical point could be reached temporarily as early as next five yearsAdministrator • 2021-05-27 20:00:56The chance of global temperatures temporarily reaching 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels over the next five years is already 40 percent, rising, global news agencies reported, cited by the BTA.
- Microsoft promises biggest in 10 years Windows updateAdministrator • 2021-05-26 23:39:03Windows will soon unveil the most significant update of the past decade, aimed at providing economic opportunities for developers and creators. That's what Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said at a virtual conference today, quoted by BHP.
- Chimpanzees adapt handshakes according to their social groupAdministrator • 2021-05-26 22:02:54Chimpanzees adapt handshakes according to their social group, a 12-year study cited by France Press found.
- By the end of April 310m mobile devices had been connected to China's 5G networkAdministrator • 2021-05-26 21:47:49By the end of April, 310 million mobile devices in China had been connected to 5G networks, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said Tuesday.
- Medics proved long immunity after a mild form of COVID-19Administrator • 2021-05-25 21:19:16American scientists at the University of St. Louis have proved that after a mild form of Covid-19, immune cells remain in the body that can produce antibodies against the coronavirus throughout life, writes the magazine. “Natcher,” quoted by BTA.
- Archaeologists taught artificial intelligence to recognize and classify ancient ceramicsAdministrator • 2021-05-24 19:25:24Archaeologists from the United States have taught artificial intelligence to independently recognize and classify ancient ceramics, writes the magazine. Journal of Arkyological Science.
- See what's the hottest place on EarthAdministrator • 2021-05-23 19:03:08A study for the most extreme surface temperatures on Earth showed that the hottest areas were Iran's Louth Desert and the North American Sonora Desert, Sciens Alert reported.