Study Finds Dogs Are Smarter Than Cats

Dogs Are Smarter Than Cats Because They Possess More Neurons In Their Cerebral Cortex, Study Finds

Which is smarter: a cat or a dog? This question has stumped experts throughout the ages and has been impossible to answer due to complex nature of intelligence of both the animals. Now, researchers at Vanderbilt University have managed to come up with an answer by calculating the number of neurons in their cerebral cortex. And it turns out – dogs are smarter.

Physicists Have Discovered A New Form Of Matter Called Excitonium

Physicists have proven the existence of new form of matter called excitonium, almost 50 years after it was first theorized. Upon studying non-doped crystals of the transition metal dichalcogenide titanium diselenide (1T-TiSe2), the researchers were able to observe the material and its precursor soft plasmon phase called the "smoking gun" that proves the existence of this rare, exotic material.

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Researchers Discover Forbidden Texts Of Jesus’ Secret Revelations To His Brother James

Biblical scholars have discovered an oldest known copy of a heretical Christian writing of Jesus' secret revelations to his brother James. The biblical texts, which relate to the First Apocalypse of James, contain information about the heavenly realm and future events, including James' inevitable death.

Lightning Creates Antimatter In The Atmosphere - And It’s Powerful Enough To Set Off Nuclear Reactions, Study Finds.

Lightning Creates Antimatter In The Atmosphere – And It’s Powerful Enough To Set Off Nuclear Reactions, Study Finds

Lightning is one of the most incredible natural phenomenons and there’s a lot we don’t know about it. Now, a study at Kyoto University, Japan has found that lightning strikes can set off photonuclear reactions in the atmosphere, and the gamma rays - emitted in lightning - react with the air to produce radioisotopes and even positrons (or, anti-electrons)  - the antimatter partner of electrons.

‘Super-Earth’ Planet With An Orbital Period Of Less Than 7 Hours Discovered

‘Super-Earth’ Planet With Orbital Period Of Less Than 7 Hours Discovered

Kepler’s K2 mission has revealed the presence of another ‘Super-Earth’ planet. The newly discovered planet, designated EPIC 246393474 b (or C12_3474 b), is 'more than' five times more massive than the Earth and orbits its parent star every 6.7 hours, making it the planet having the shortest orbital period known to date with a precisely determined mass.