Planetary Events

Chinese Switch of the End of the World


China officially announced the construction of the most powerful collider in the world. The length of the closed ring of the machine for modeling the processes of the “beginning of the Universe” will be almost 100 km and they want to construct it in 12 years
Increasing the degree


Several US research centers have published the results of the creation and testing of some new materials that will help solve complex engineering and design problems associated with temperature constraints relating to the operation of machines and mechanisms
Après Nous Le Déluge


Scientists at Wuhan University, one of the most prestigious universities in China, published an article in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Nature Communications about the advent of the “era of endless rainfall and floods.”
Destitution makes way for poverty


Is it possible to live on two dollars a day? The World Bank has published statistics on poverty and destitution on the planet


Stephen Hawking's posthumous book is ready for publication. Brief Answers to the Big Question: do advanced biorobots need the ordinary Homo sapiens at all?
Planet Eater


Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the world’s leader in exact sciences and technology, shared some of its astronomers’ recent new discoveries
Death of the Empire


Continuing academic debate about the root causes of the death of the Byzantine Empire which succeeded Rome
Crisis of the Civilization of Heavy Metals


The site of scientific and technical news, which presents press releases of the world's largest laboratories and universities, has published the results of the latest biochemical studies of Greenland ice
Astronomers Face Another Mystery


The authoritative The Astrophysical Journal published the results of their latest research conducted by a group of University of Berkeley astrophysicists into radio signals from space
A tour around the Moon


The world learned the name of the first tourist who will fly around the moon