Yup, maths can time travel now!?
A groundbreaking discovery challenges the conventional timeline of mathematical history as a clay tablet reveals the Pythagorean theorem predating Pythagoras by 1,000 years! .
Unearthed in the ancient city of Larsa, this 3700-year-old artifact contains a geometric diagram and now the earliest known instance of the theorem's principles.
This not only redefines the legacy of Pythagoras but also prompts a reassessment of ancient mathematical contributions, unveiling a richer tapestry of early human understanding that extends further back in time than previously believed.
Yup, spider venom is giving people erections!
A groundbreaking study reveals that a gel derived from spider venom may revolutionize erectile dysfunction treatment.
Researchers discovered that the venom of the Brazilian wandering spider contains a peptide, PnPP-19, which enhances erectile function by increasing nitric oxide production.
Nitric oxide is a key factor in dilating blood vessels, facilitating improved blood flow to the penis. This innovative gel, currently in experimental stages, has shown promising results in animal trials.
If successfully translated to human applications, it could offer a potent and targeted alternative for individuals facing challenges with traditional ED treatments.
Yup, the next big gold rush could be on an asteroid!
NASA is set to launch the Psyche spacecraft on October 12, embarking on a 2.2 billion mile journey to study the asteroid 16 Psyche.
Believed to be rich in metals and potentially the remnants of a planet's iron core, the mission aims to unravel mysteries about the composition of celestial bodies.
Scientists speculate that 16 Psyche could provide insights into Earth's core, as it shares similar characteristics.
This high-tech endeavour holds the promise of unlocking secrets about our planet's fundamental structure, offering a unique opportunity to explore the unreachable depths beneath Earth's surface.