Legend has it that the Ancient Sea Scorpion coiled itself around the coasts of China and India.
It is said to have been so massive that its coils weighed as much as twelve tons! This creature was also said to be so powerful that it could only be moved by hand. In addition, people were said to have used nets to trap these monsters when they encountered them. Most recently said to be no more than the size of a dog when discovered.
The Ancient Sea Scorpion has been in existence for a very long time. Its exact antiquity has probably been underestimated, even by those who have done research on it. No precise record of when it was first recorded in records has ever been found. However, the most prevalent date for the actual discovery of this creature is about five thousand years ago.
The recent finding brings with it several new discoveries. For one thing, it is the second largest specimen of this type of scorpion ever recorded. Another exciting bit of information is that it is the oldest known member of its family, the Cerbalus family. This is a group with a very important distribution across the Old World. The newest discovery also sheds a light on the ways in which this insect has been able to spread over such a large area.
Have you ever heard about the latest discovery in physics?
In the news, there are a lot of stories about something called the ‘unbreakable particle’. Is this real and how come there are people who are talking about it? If so, what is this thing? Let us find out.
First of all, the name itself is quite ambiguous as well as the topic on which the particle is being talked about. If one were to talk about a black hole, it would be one of them, but if one were to talk about a concept that is associated with time, then that would be quantum mechanics or just pure time. Theoretically, one could imagine some kind of particle that has the potential to withstand time and space. It would be one of the most fascinating concepts that people will definitely try to understand in the near future.
If one were to take just one simple step forward, we might get closer to answering the question, “what is the impossible particle?” It would be thanks to the experiments of scientists all over the world, and especially to those who have worked on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). These experiments took place last year and the results are still being analyzed.
A mineral that was recently discovered in Australia is believed to hold the secret to helping solve the current global warming crisis.
The latest discovery, named fluorite, was found by a team of Australian scientists while conducting research for an unrelated study on the elusive element boron. As the team was conducting laboratory research, they came across the mineral known as the anorthosite. Boron can be found throughout many soils all over the world, but the anorthosite mineral is a unique specimen that holds a record of its own.
The mineral was named after its discoverer, Dr. Alfred Wegener, who used it as part of his pioneering research into temperature changes due to the greenhouse effect. His predictions of global warming were met with heated debate for the time being, but the mineral he discovered has now been put to the test. Dr. Wegener was not involved in the research directly, but he was instrumental in the formation of the Nobel Prize team that uncovered the mineral. His studies were largely focused on the effects of greenhouse gas on the Earth’s temperature.
When the research team initially discovered the anorthosite mineral, it was a bit surprised that it held the secret to stopping global warming. Previous research had suggested that the warming effect would be slowed by the addition of this mineral to the soil. According to the scientists involved, the mineral was found to be resistant to the warming effects and helped slow down the rate of global warming by several degrees. This finding could prove to be crucial in the fight against the harmful effects of global warming. It could also prove to be the key to save the world from the drastic effects of environmental destruction.
The latest experience in long-range global warming has come to Denver, and some think it’s already worked there.
Some Colorado folks are looking for answers in the latest droughts. Some scientists have even said that the latest drought in Colorado might be the result of global warming, caused by the release of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
How did droughts reach Colorado?
When the latest droughts started, it was a slow-motion event. No one really noticed, until the droughts hit Colorado. Then the “drought became a drought, and then the drought became a flood.” In the early stages, that might have been true. But as the warmest weather moved into the western foothills of Colorado, and the reservoirs began to run low, that’s when the water became so extreme that experts started talking about long-term drought.
How did droughts reach Colorado before the latest extreme weather conditions?
It looks like there are more stories coming out about Animals Evolving Into Crabs.
It’s amazing that animals keep evolving into crabs. For as long as dinosaurs have been around creatures from fish to reptiles to mammals have evolved into crabs. They share some of the same characteristics with their cousins like the crab, such as small body size, no tail, and a tendency to crawl instead of walk. Still, the basic concept of an animal evolving into a crab remains prevalent. As such, the latest creatures to take up the crab costume are surprisingly diverse. Let’s take a look at some of the latest species to emerge from the sea.
One of the newest species to keep evolving into crabs is the spiny claw crab. There aren’t a whole lot of details on this one yet. Most of its appearance so far is a black-shelled creature with red spots on its abdomen. It also has what looks like a rotted out version of a tail. It also has a number of tiny suckers on its claws.
The first evidence of this creature’s evolution came from an ancient fossilized egg. In the fossilized egg, the crab model features numerous rows of tiny spikes along its body, unlike the modern species that grow in only a few rows. It also sported mandibles, unlike modern crabs that have lost their front claws.