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Marker for the collapse of key Atlantic current discovered

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'We are approaching the tipping point': Marker for the collapse of key Atlantic current discovered | Undeciphered script from Easter Island may predate European colonization | Stunning 'Einstein engagement ring' from the early universe is one of the oldest ever discovered
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'We are approaching the tipping point': Marker for the collapse of key Atlantic current discovered
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A vital Atlantic current that includes the Gulf Stream and keeps our climate in check may be giving off a warning sign of collapse.
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History & Archaeology
Undeciphered script from Easter Island may predate European colonization
(INSCRIBE and RESOLUTION ERC Teams)
A wooden tablet inscribed with the undeciphered rongorongo script from Rapa Nui (also known as Easter Island) dates to the 15th century, long before Europeans arrived. This early date suggests that the Rapa Nui people invented their own script without European influence.
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Space
Stunning 'Einstein engagement ring' from the early universe is one of the oldest ever discovered
(ESA/Hubble & NASA, H. Nayyeri, L. Marchetti, J. Lowenthal)
The Hubble Space Telescope has snapped a stunning photo of one of the most distant Einstein rings ever found. The luminous halo of light aligns perfectly with another galaxy, making it look like a cosmic engagement ring.
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Haunting 'mummified dolphin' found on US beach may have been dead for months
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The highly desiccated remains of a suspected bottlenose dolphin were recently found on a beach in South Carolina after "mummifying" for weeks or even months. One expert believes the animal may have deliberately beached itself.
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'Universal memory' breakthrough brings the next generation of computers 1 step closer to major speed boost
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'We are approaching the tipping point': Marker for the collapse of key Atlantic current discovered | Undeciphered script from Easter Island may predate European colonization | Stunning 'Einstein engagement ring' from the early universe is one of the oldest ever discovered Created for [email protected] |  Web Version February 12, 2024 CONNECT WITH LIVESCIENCE  Facebook X  LIVESCIENCE LIVESCINCE Amazing science every daySIGN UP ⋅   WEBSITE Top Science News 'We are approaching the tipping point': Marker for the collapse of key Atlantic current discovered (HadelProductions/Getty Images) 'We are approaching the tipping point': Marker for the collapse of key Atlantic current discovered A vital Atlantic current that includes the Gulf Stream and keeps our climate in check may be giving off a warning sign of collapse. Read More History & Archaeology Undeciphered script from Easter Island may predate European colonization (INSCRIBE and RESOLUTION ERC Teams) Undeciphered script from Easter Island may predate European colonization A wooden tablet inscribed with the undeciphered rongorongo script from Rapa Nui (also known as Easter Island) dates to the 15th century, long before Europeans arrived. This early date suggests that the Rapa Nui people invented their own script without European influence. Read More Space Stunning 'Einstein engagement ring' from the early universe is one of the oldest ever discovered (ESA/Hubble & NASA, H. Nayyeri, L. Marchetti, J. Lowenthal) Stunning 'Einstein engagement ring' from the early universe is one of the oldest ever discovered The Hubble Space Telescope has snapped a stunning photo of one of the most distant Einstein rings ever found. The luminous halo of light aligns perfectly with another galaxy, making it look like a cosmic engagement ring. Read More Animals Haunting 'mummified dolphin' found on US beach may have been dead for months (Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network) Haunting 'mummified dolphin' found on US beach may have been dead for months The highly desiccated remains of a suspected bottlenose dolphin were recently found on a beach in South Carolina after "mummifying" for weeks or even months. One expert believes the animal may have deliberately beached itself. Read More Technology 'Universal memory' breakthrough brings the next generation of computers 1 step closer to major speed boost (lovestock/Getty Images) 'Universal memory' breakthrough brings the next generation of computers 1 step closer to major speed boost Universal memory promises to replace both RAM and flash storage in computers with a better, faster and more energy-efficient alternative. Read More Daily Quiz A newly developed prosthetic device enables amputees to 'feel' what? (Learn the answer here). VotePain. VoteTexture. VoteTemperature. VoteWetness. Sign Up  |      |      |      |    CONTACT US: FEEDBACK  |    ADVERTISE Future Future US LLC © Full 7th Floor, 130 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10036
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