Category: Science

NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Achieves 64th Flight, Capturing Stunning Imagery

With rotors spanning 4 feet (noted by IT Home to be approximately 121.92 centimeters) that whirl at a dizzying 2400 revolutions per minute, Ingenuity leveraged its onboard navigation camera to capture footage of this latest voyage. This camera is mounted on the helicopter’s body, pointed downwards to surveil the Martian terrain.

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Surpassing 1,000 Qubits for the First Time, Atom Computing to Launch New Quantum Computer Next Year

startup company Atom Computing recently announced that it has created a quantum computing platform with a design capacity of 1,225 qubits, and has currently filled 1,180 qubits. This marks the first company in the industry to announce surpassing the 1,000 qubits threshold. Officials indicate that this computer will be launched next year, considering it a new milestone in the quantum computing industry.

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Is Frequent Farting a Cry for Help from the Liver? Doctor Hints: People with Frequent Farting Usually Have These 3 Habits

When we eat, the normal flora in the digestive tract produces gas due to the digestion process. This gas moves downward with intestinal peristalsis and is expelled through the anus. As long as the intestines keep moving, farting continues. Thus, farting is an unavoidable physiological phenomenon. However, there isn’t a standard definition for the normal amount of farts a person should have daily. According to some sources, a normal person farts 10 to 15 times a day, amounting to about 500 milliliters of gas, some of which might escape unknowingly while you sleep.

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Zombie Viruses Awaken Due to Global Warming After Fifty Thousand Years of Dormancy

This week, Bloomberg explored the so-called “zombie viruses” — long-dormant microbes, which they describe as “another risk to public health brought by climate change,” as lands frozen for “thousands of years” have begun to thaw, particularly in the Arctic. They noted that the warming rate in the Arctic is “faster than anywhere else on Earth.”

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