Fantasy is the poet's wings， hypothesis is the ladder of science。
How many of the top ten peaks in the solar system have you heard of?
When it comes to the world's highest peak, I believe we can all say it off the top of our heads. After all, the range is familiar to us as the Earth. That's what we usually call the world, but where does Mount Everest fit into the solar system? What are the top ten mountains in the solar system? This article lists the top ten mountains in the solar system, including Mount Leia Sylvia, Mount Olympus, Titan's Equatorial Ridge, Esk's Rhes, Mount Hibiscus, Mount Parmoniz, Mount Eversham, Mount Maxwell, and many more. How many have you heard of?
The tip of the iceberg in the universe. So is there an extraterrestrial civilization in the universe?
The universe is infinite, and the Earth is a drop of water in the vast universe. However, we humans can only understand the tip of the iceberg in the universe. So is there an extraterrestrial civilization in the universe? This is the case. There are so many stars in the universe that we cannot count them, and many of them have a life span of hundreds of millions or even close to ten billion years. The birth of the Earth is only about 4.6 billion years old, and the emergence of human beings is only a few million years old. There must be many extraterrestrial civilizations, but what about their history and their civilizations? Are they more advanced than us or more backward than us? Could they have been born earlier than us? If the civilization of the universe is divided into levels, then our human civilization in the universe will be at which level?
An Earth-like planet four times larger than Earth has been discovered, less than 11 days a year, and may have life
Is there extraterrestrial life in the universe? To answer this question, we first need to see if there is a planet like our Earth that can provide conditions for the existence and development of life. This is also because so far scientists have found life only on Earth. Although astronomers have used many huge astronomical telescopes to look at the universe and launched deep space probes to probe in detail for extraterrestrial planets, they still have not found any life forms beyond Earth.
Electric eels that are hard on others and even harder on themselves, dare to electrocute themselves into baked fish at the drop of a hat
In the 18th century, electricity was gradually tamed by humans, who learned to store and release it. But at first, people were curious about electricity and wanted to know what it felt like when it passed through the body, that is, people wanted to try the taste of electric shock.
Jupiter is a gaseous planet, so can we walk through Jupiter like we walk through air?
If we take a spaceship to Jupiter, we will find that we simply can not find a place to land, so many friends brainstormed a problem, Jupiter is not a big balloon. Open this spaceship directly through the line, you know the air on Earth can not be seen and touched, we can come and go in the air, doing a variety of free activities. And Jupiter is a gaseous planet, that's true, but we go through Jupiter as through the air is impossible, why I say so?
How did Homo sapiens overcome Neanderthals, who had larger brains and stronger bodies?
The neanderthal brain capacity of about 170, and the Homo sapiens brain capacity of about 140, it can be said that the Neanderthal brain capacity than Homo sapiens, but most of the Neanderthal brain capacity is occupied by the sensory area and motor area, for communication, thinking, etc. occupies less space in the region.
Research found: robotic arm can also have a "sense of touch"
The research found: Robotic arms can also have a "sense of touch" A recent study published in the journal Science shows that when a quadriplegic patient controls a robotic arm with his or her mind, the arm can provide direct tactile feedback to the human brain. This greatly improves the function of the prosthetic limbs of paralyzed patients, allowing them to quickly act such as pouring water from one cup to another.
The Soviets tried to drill through the earth, and drilled to 16,262 meters why they stopped drilling down?
Nowadays, human beings are exploring more and more deeply into the unknown, our human Voyager vehicle is about to fly out of the solar system, which is already very far away from the Earth, and the Moon has been logged many times, and several planets near the Earth have been approached by man-made probes, human beings have made great achievements in exploring space, but human beings do not know the Earth very well, for example, what will be under the earth that we step on? Now the internal structure of the Earth is only a speculation, and no man-made probes have gone in, so many things can not be easily concluded.
Spinning into a spider: Why doesn't the spider queen let the spider child leave the maze and kill the spider child?
So what if the transmigration into spiders" is a world of demons, magic, human, elves and other multi-races, of which humans are relatively the weakest, but at the same time is a large population. Caused of this situation to be by this world needs MA energy to maintain operation, energy exhaustion is not replenished, and the planet will explode. This world is regulated by a system that is designed to squeeze soul energy to keep the world running, while also protecting humans from extinction. Humans have the title of brave, demons have the title of a demon king, etc. All are given within the system to check and balance each other's development.
Do butterflies have memories of their caterpillar days? In order to become a butterfly, it dissolves all its internal organs into liquid
All kinds of life in nature are worthy of awe, such as when a very ugly caterpillar, breaks out of its chrysalis and becomes a beautiful butterfly, the process is both magical and shocking. So, can a beautiful butterfly remember that it was once a caterpillar? To become a butterfly, what sacrificial feats did the caterpillar once make?
U.S. military: "Snooping" we are professional Iranian Revolutionary Guards: confiscate the tools of crime
Late last month, the U.S. military reported a standoff with Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, claiming that Revolutionary Guard naval vessels were attempting to retrieve a U.S. Explorer high-tech unmanned sailboat; the U.S. military then responded immediately, relying on "professionalism and capability" to stop Iran's "illegal activity."