Are we alone in the universe: should this question be asked? 8/20/2016 • Diane McKenzie
The number of potentially habitable planets found by earthly astronomers is growing. They vary in size and distance to their stars, and life can theoretically originate on any of them...
...but should we be looking for extraterrestrial life? Is it wise or dangerous? Are we ready for such an acquaintance? Do we, actually, need it?
There are different opinions on this controversial matter, and the scientists of Earth are faced with a problem: they have to decide for everyone. The destiny of humankind depends heavily on space exploration and cosmology, and if one day life elsewhere in the universe is found, this discovery will affect every earthling. So, what is to be done?
Let's watch this beautiful video and try to find out the answers together.
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And what is your opinion on this? Did you find this video useful? Do you have any interesting ideas? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!
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How can overweight and obesity be prevented? Learn more about this major problem 10/21/2016 • Diane McKenzie
This educational video throws light on a problem which has become a real global epidemic of our time.
"My name is Tim Doucette. I'm an amateur astronomer. And I'm also legally blind. Kind of an oxymoron, isn't?"
Science is the best way to keep kids entertained! By the way, can you explain all of these cool experiments?
This aricle is for those who think that they saw everything and there is nothing to surprise them. But still nature has broad imagination. Welcome the most fabulous creatures in the world you don't know about!