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How turtle shells evolved twice?

How turtle shells evolved twice? Meet Odontochelys semitestacea. This little creature spends its days splashing in Late Triassic swamps with a host of other reptiles. Under the surface lies its best defense against attack: a hard shell on its belly….

What is HPV, How many types of HPV and How it works?

What is HPV and how can you protect yourself from it? At some point, most sexually active people will be infected with human papillomavirus, or ‘HPV.’ There are over 100 types of HPV, and most of the time the body…

Total knowledge of sim cards

You most likely use it every day, yet if someone asked you how it works, you’d have a hard time explaining it. I’m not talking about Physics here, it’s all about your SIM card, that little chip in your phone….

How Tuberculosis works, attacks the body and persisted for so long?

In 2008, archeologists uncovered two 9,000-year old skeletons. There’s no definitive way of knowing what killed these ancient people, but we do know their bones were infected by an all too familiar bacterium. The ancient Greeks knew its consumptive effects…

How does GPS works and calculations step by step?

How does GPS works and calculations step by step without Internet? Once upon a time, your ancestors used to look at the night sky to determine their location. Then we used a Thomas Guide, remember those? Today, it only takes…

How can your body reacts or reject implants? Ex: Insulin pumps

How can your body reacts or reject Insulin pumps, Prosthetic knees? Insulin pumps improve the lives of many of the 415 million people with diabetes around the world by monitoring blood sugar, delivering insulin, and preventing the need for constant…

Ugly History of Witch Hunts

In the German town of Nördlingen in 1593, an innkeeper named Maria Höll found herself accused of witchcraft. She was arrested for questioning, and denied the charges. She continued to insist she wasn’t a witch through 62 rounds of torture…

6 Einstein’s daily habits What you can learn?

Some say that great minds think alike, and that’s up for debate, but they do seem to have one thing in common – they have some strange habits. Albert Einstein, one of the smartest people ever, had a lot of…

Could underwater farms help fight climate change?

For 3 billion people around the world, seafood provides a significant source of protein and nutrition. But recent studies show that 33% of wild fisheries are overfished, while another 60% are fished at their maximum capacity. In fact, over half…

How can we end HIV? How to ARVs block HIV?

How can we end HIV? How close are we to eradicating HIV? How to ARVs block HIV? The world is getting closer to achieving one of the most important public health goals of our time: eradicating HIV. And to do…