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hi, i am Logan from Bangalore. In 2014, I started contributing to Loganspace Media Group, and life has just gotten better from there. Co-founder of Loganspace.
[Science] Unique chance to confirm there is methane – and perhaps life – on Mars – AI

[Science] Unique chance to confirm there is methane – and perhaps life – on...

Is there methane on Mars?NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS By Daniel CossinsNASA’s Curiosity rover has sniffed out methane on Mars again – and this time it offers a unique opportunity to confirm that the Red Planet’s atmosphere really does contain the gas, which is usually produced by living things. The latest measurement, taken last week at Gale Crater, is…
[Science] Freezing embryos doesn’t boost IVF success rate despite common use – AI

[Science] Freezing embryos doesn’t boost IVF success rate despite common use – AI

Freezing embryos may not improve IVF success ratesBSIP/Universal Images Group via Getty By Clare WilsonA commonly used fertility medicine technique of freezing embryos and waiting several weeks before using them is ineffective at boosting pregnancy rates, a trial has shown. The approach is growing in popularity, and in the US about a quarter of IVF…
[Science] Can your gut bacteria really make you a better runner? – AI

[Science] Can your gut bacteria really make you a better runner? – AI

The microbiome could be linked to running performanceOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty By Adam VaughanWant to become a better runner? You’re probably going to have to run faster, smarter and harder. But a piece of the puzzle may lie in a surprising place: the bacteria in your gut. We know exercise can alter the gut microbiome. Now George…
[Science] Mars meteorite assault stopped 500 million years earlier than thought – AI

[Science] Mars meteorite assault stopped 500 million years earlier than thought – AI

The surface of Mars, with southern highlands coloured orangeNASA/JPL-Caltech By Donna LuA period of intense meteorite assaults on the inner solar system may have stopped far earlier than we thought. Now there’s evidence to suggest that giant asteroid and comet strikes on Mars stopped 4.48 billion years ago, allowing it to develop conditions favourable to…
[Science] We are more likely to return a lost wallet if it is full of cash – AI

[Science] We are more likely to return a lost wallet if it is full...

When would you return a lost wallet?dblight/Getty By Jessica HamzelouThe average person is more honest than we think – and is actually more likely to hand in a found wallet if it has more money in it. This is probably partly down to altruism, but also because most people don’t want to be considered a thief.…
[Science] Japan wants to launch the first ever rover to visit a Martian moon – AI

[Science] Japan wants to launch the first ever rover to visit a Martian moon...

Is Phobos an asteroid? We may find outNASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona By Chelsea WhyteMars’s twin moons may soon get a visitor. We’ve never landed anything on Phobos and Deimos, but we have taken pictures of their surfaces from orbiters around Mars. Now, a mission headed by JAXA, the Japanese space agency, is set to launch a…
[Science] Ancient Celts were partial to beer, mead and imported Greek wines – AI

[Science] Ancient Celts were partial to beer, mead and imported Greek wines – AI

A Greek drinking cup from an Early Celtic burial mound, similar to those found in Vix-Mont LassoisWürttemberg State Museum, P. Frankenstein / H. Zwietasch. By Clare WilsonSigns of red wine, millet beer, and possibly the fermented honey drink, mead, have all been found in pottery vessels from the early Celts living in France around 500…
[Science] Spy satellite images reveal Himalaya glacier ice losses have doubled – AI

[Science] Spy satellite images reveal Himalaya glacier ice losses have doubled – AI

The Himalayan landscape in 1975 on the border between eastern Nepal and Sikkim, IndiaJosh Maurer/LDEO By Adam VaughanThe speed at which glaciers in the Himalayas are losing ice has doubled since the turn of the century as the region warms, an analysis of declassified spy film has revealed. The rapid melting of the region’s glaciers…
[Science] Religion must rise to the challenge of climate change too – AI

[Science] Religion must rise to the challenge of climate change too – AI

Giuseppe Ciccia/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty ImagesBy Graham Lawton IN 2011, when the Republican party took back the US House of Representatives from the Democrats, one of its first actions was to get rid of environmentally friendly crockery in the cafeterias there and bring back good ol’ plastic. The Republicans insisted that the eco cups and…
[Science] Seals consciously reduce blood flow to their blubber before diving – AI

[Science] Seals consciously reduce blood flow to their blubber before diving – AI

Seals can control their dive reflexJessica Kendall-Bar, Drs. Dan Costa and Terrie Williams at the Long Marine Lab of UC Santa Cruz. NMFS Permit #19108 By Michael Le PageWe can now monitor what happens inside diving animals in unprecedented detail thanks to a non-invasive way of recording blood flow and oxygen levels in their brain.…