How AI Solves Complex Physics Symmetry Problems


AI symmetry analysis is the latest in modern day advancement

AI solves complex physics symmetry problems
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This AI symmetry analysis technique involves learning a mathematical model of a problem and then applying it to it. In this way, it can be applied to solving complex physics problems. For example, the AI can identify symmetry in non-quantum theory. Many people have thought that the problem was much more complex than it really was. However, this AI technique simplifies these problems using a neural network.

Debating the Fact Or Fiction of Climate Change


Climate Change has long been debated but for what reason

fact or fiction of climate change
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Whether you are debating if the fact or fiction of climate change is a hot topic. There are arguments on both sides, some of which may seem logical, but they are inaccurate or simply misleading. Some common myths about climate change were addressed by NASA, and the findings are compelling. But which myths are true?

In this article, we’ll examine arguments for and against climate change, explain the science behind these issues, and provide sources of information.

Octopus Superpowers – Fact Or Fiction?


Octopus has had a number of legendary feats but there’s more

fact or fiction octopuses are actually extraterrestrial
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While there are many similarities between the octopus and humans, octopuses can be classified into two distinct groups: extraterrestrial and terrestrial. They differ in many ways, such as their coloration and skin texture. They can also mimic other creatures. In one study, an octopus was observed impersonating a banded sea snake, which caused territorial damselfishes to attack it. The octopus then swam away, avoiding being caught in the process.

Bleached Sea Sponge Finds New Zealand Waters


Bleached sea sponge leaves scientists in New Zealand baffled

bleached sea sponges found in New Zealand waters
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For the first time in the world, scientists from Victoria University of Wellington have discovered thousands of bleached sea sponges in New Zealand waters. The extreme temperature changes have caused the sponges to lose their rich, chocolate brown colour. The scientists found bleached sponges at more than a dozen sites, including Breaksea Sound in the Bay of Plenty and Doubtful Sound in Fiordland. Marine biology professor James Bell estimates that up to 95% of the sponges were bleached, and hundreds of thousands were affected.

830 Million Old Organisms Found Trapped in Rock


830 million old organisms discovered in rocks but where’s the source

830 million old organisms
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Feathers preserved in fossilized resin 830 million old organisms reveal the evolution of flowering plants. Eighty-three hundred million years ago, the ancient rock that formed the ocean floor was home to Baragwanathia, a lycophyte with feathered plants. Scientists were able to find these organisms by using imaging techniques to examine the rock. They found fluid inclusions in the rock that resemble prokaryotic cells and organic compounds.