Media 2023, March

The Lancet was accused of spreading the pandemic

The Lancet was accused of spreading the pandemic

The head of the Wellcome Trust and medical professor Jeremy Farrar said that the publishers of The Lancet came under the influence of the Chinese authorities and in January 2020 did not release a study on the dangers of coronavirus in time. As a result, the delay provoked such a rapid spread of Covid-19

Game of Thrones was no more brutal than reality

Game of Thrones was no more brutal than reality

The mortality rate of the characters of the series only slightly exceeded the mortality rates in the era of the war of the Scarlet and White Rose

The satellite recorded the first Atlantic hurricane in the 2015 season

The satellite recorded the first Atlantic hurricane in the 2015 season

The first Atlantic hurricane of the 2015 season was named Danny. The maximum wind gusts reach 120 km per hour. Now the tropical hurricane is heading towards Martinique and the Antilles, and then heading towards Puerto Rico, Haiti and Cuba

NASA signs the third contract for the delivery of astronauts to the ISS

NASA signs the third contract for the delivery of astronauts to the ISS

On the eve of NASA signed a third contract for the delivery of astronauts aboard the ISS. This will be done by Boeing, for which the planned flight will be the second mission approved by the US space agency

Satellite photographed devastating fires in California

Satellite photographed devastating fires in California

California's raging Kincaid wildfire has already destroyed about 100 buildings and spread to more than 30,000 hectares

WHO head urged to prepare for "potential pandemic"

WHO head urged to prepare for "potential pandemic"

Against the background of the spread of Covid-19 outside China, the head of the World Health Organization said that it is still not recommended to call the outbreak of coronavirus, the number of infected is close to 82 thousand, a pandemic, but the world should be ready for this scenario

A graveyard of computer games gilded a city in New Mexico

A graveyard of computer games gilded a city in New Mexico

Unexpected wealth fell on the treasury of the town of Alamogordo in the US state of New Mexico. Municipal services dug up a real treasure - about a thousand cartridges for the Atari-2600 game console, dug in the 80s - and successfully sold the find on eBay

Microsoft told about free upgrade to Windows 10

Microsoft told about free upgrade to Windows 10

Microsoft told about the free update of Windows 10. The new OS can be freely installed within a year after the release

Microsoft introduced the operating system Windows 11

Microsoft introduced the operating system Windows 11

Microsoft has demonstrated the main features of the new operating system Windows 11, the release of which is expected at the end of 2021

Windows 10 sales started

Windows 10 sales started

The sales of the operating system Windows 10, which became the successor of the Windows 8 operating system, have begun. Some will be able to get the new product for free

How to buy licensed software at the most favorable prices

How to buy licensed software at the most favorable prices

Buying quality software is usually expensive. However, now there is an opportunity to purchase licensed software at affordable prices

Russian men and women assess the importance of scientific discoveries in 2019 differently

Russian men and women assess the importance of scientific discoveries in 2019 differently

The researchers determined which of the scientific achievements of 2019 Russian scientists and ordinary respondents consider the most important. As could be predicted, the first place was taken by the works devoted to human health and global warming

Prices for Windows 10 "leaked" to the Internet

Prices for Windows 10 "leaked" to the Internet

The Windows 10 operating system from Microsoft has already gone on sale by pre-order in one of the world's online stores

Microsoft's new browser is now available to users

Microsoft's new browser is now available to users

Microsoft has unveiled a new build of Windows 10, which, among other technical changes, introduces a new browser, tentatively titled Project Spartan, for the first time. It is expected to replace Internet Explorer over time

Microsoft has found a replacement for Internet Explorer

Microsoft has found a replacement for Internet Explorer

At the conference held on the eve of Microsoft, the head of the marketing department of the corporation Chris Kapossela actually confirmed the refusal of software developers from the usual Internet Explorer browser. Windows 10 users will see changes first

System requirements for Windows 10 announced

System requirements for Windows 10 announced

System requirements for the operating system Windows 10, which Microsoft plans to release this summer

Windows 10 is now on smartphones

Windows 10 is now on smartphones

Microsoft has released a preliminary version of the Windows 10 operating system for smartphones

Microsoft is preparing to launch a new browser

Microsoft is preparing to launch a new browser

Microsoft on January 21, along with Windows 10, may announce a new browser Spartan

Microsoft has created its own resource with data on coronavirus

Microsoft has created its own resource with data on coronavirus

Another interactive map of the pandemic has appeared on the domain of the search engine Bing with up-to-date data on cases and links to reliable news sources

Microsoft invests $ 1 billion to remove carbon from the atmosphere

Microsoft invests $ 1 billion to remove carbon from the atmosphere

The company has decided to actively fight to save the environment and the planet, so it is determined to make its carbon footprint "negative" by 2030

Windows 10 announced

Windows 10 announced

Microsoft announced Windows 10. Let's see what innovations the creators of the new operating system have prepared for us

Media: North Korea Creates Cyber War Bureau

Media: North Korea Creates Cyber War Bureau

Experts believe that North Korea has created a secret Bureau 121, whose main task is cyber warfare. Recent cyberattack on the US could also be planned in North Korea

Russia will postpone landing on the moon due to economic problems

Russia will postpone landing on the moon due to economic problems

Roscosmos believes that the moon landing could take place in 2033-34. Russia considers these tasks to be one of its priorities in terms of space

It became known how many seasons will be in the series "Game of Thrones"

It became known how many seasons will be in the series "Game of Thrones"

Based on the series of novels "A Song of Ice and Fire", the series "Game of Thrones" will receive eight episodes. This was told by a representative of HBO

Virtual immortality for everyone

Virtual immortality for everyone

The new site offers digital immortality to everyone. The creators of the project will allow everyone to construct their own virtual copy, with which their children and great-grandchildren can communicate. & Nbsp;

The first telemetry was received from the Progress M-28M space truck

The first telemetry was received from the Progress M-28M space truck

The command and measurement point of the Vostochny cosmodrome for the first time received telemetry from the Progress M-28M transport cargo ship, launched on Friday from Baikonur. This was reported in Roskosmos

The RAS announced the main version of water pollution in the Avacha Bay in Kamchatka (Upd.)

The RAS announced the main version of water pollution in the Avacha Bay in Kamchatka (Upd.)

According to scientists, the red tide (toxic algae) caused an ecological disaster off the coast of the Kamchatka Territory. Nevertheless, experts and authorities emphasize: there is no complete clarity about what caused the water pollution

World's oldest space flight participant Vladimir Shatalov dies

World's oldest space flight participant Vladimir Shatalov dies

The pilot-cosmonaut and twice the hero of the Soviet Union was 93 years old. He passed away today, June 15

Preliminary US Intelligence Report on UFO Released: 144 Sightings Since 2004, No Explanation

Preliminary US Intelligence Report on UFO Released: 144 Sightings Since 2004, No Explanation

The long-awaited report of the US military on everything they know about unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP, as UFOs are now called) has finally seen the light of day. The document is preliminary, short and, of course, does not contain any mention of aliens. But it tells about 144 cases of observations of some inexplicable objects or phenomena in the air over the past 17 years, the nature of only one of which was realistically established

Eleven-year-old child prodigy decided to become immortal and received a bachelor's degree in physics

Eleven-year-old child prodigy decided to become immortal and received a bachelor's degree in physics

A teenager from the Belgian city of Ostend became the second youngest holder of higher education in the foreseeable history. He graduated with honors from a physics course at the University of Antwerp and is now going to defend his master's degree and then his doctoral dissertation in this field. His goal is simple and clear: increasing the life expectancy of a person up to complete immortality by replacing body parts and organs with mechanical or artificial ones

Australian Airlines to Launch 'Take Me to the Moon' Concept Flight

Australian Airlines to Launch 'Take Me to the Moon' Concept Flight

The "Get Me to the Moon" flight will last three hours. Passengers will be able to see the supermoon that coincides with the total lunar eclipse

The Pentagon and UFOs: what to expect from the upcoming report and what happens to the favorite topic of ufologists

The Pentagon and UFOs: what to expect from the upcoming report and what happens to the favorite topic of ufologists

Until the publication of a promising report by the American military, in which they should state everything they know about the so-called UFOs, there are only a few weeks left. The topic is controversial, and there is more and more news about certain statements of various experts, specialists and just talking heads. Someone claims that the Pentagon really has evidence of the existence of aliens, someone is just waiting for new food for speculation. We figure out what's going on

Facebook and Instagram Introduce Hiding Likes Option

Facebook and Instagram Introduce Hiding Likes Option

Social networks Facebook and Instagram will allow users to hide likes under their own and other people's publications

London court authorizes computer scientist Craig Wright to sue bitcoin copyright infringement

London court authorizes computer scientist Craig Wright to sue bitcoin copyright infringement

Wright claimed to have been hiding under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto and published the White Paper. He now intends to file a lawsuit against Cøbra

Internet activists organized the "Rescue Mission" of the largest archive of "pirated" scientific articles (Upd.)

Internet activists organized the "Rescue Mission" of the largest archive of "pirated" scientific articles (Upd.)

Sci-Hub supporters have asked all users of the global web for help. They urge anyone who wants to download part of the scientific publications archive and stay on the torrent distribution as long as possible. Over the years, this portal has provided thousands of scientists with free access to scientific articles from peer-reviewed journals and helped save huge sums on subscriptions. Now the copyright holders have dealt another blow to Sci-Hub - and caring netizens decided to do it with

The formation of giant tornadoes in the United States filmed by satellite

The formation of giant tornadoes in the United States filmed by satellite

The geostationary weather satellite GOES-16 captured a tornado in an emerging supercell over the state of Alabama. The published video shows raging lightning in colossal swirls of clouds, under which a gigantic tornado appears

Musk admitted that the Starship's design was inspired by the philosophy of the African dictator. Good thing that fictional

Musk admitted that the Starship's design was inspired by the philosophy of the African dictator. Good thing that fictional

Elon Musk, during a regular interview with the famous TV presenter Joe Rogan, shared interesting details about his perhaps the most interesting project - Starship. It turns out that the design of the fully reusable super-heavy space system was directly influenced by British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen

The lion's share of anti-vaccination propaganda in social networks was provided by only 12 people, including the nephew of the former president of the United States

The lion's share of anti-vaccination propaganda in social networks was provided by only 12 people, including the nephew of the former president of the United States

An investigation into the spread of fake news about Covid-19 vaccines via Twitter and Facebook has led researchers to an unexpectedly narrow range of sources. In fact, in a month and a half, almost 65% of all anti-vaccination propaganda on these social networks came from a dozen influential people. And one of them is the nephew of the notorious John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Doctors and journalists assess the scale of falsification of official statistics on coronavirus

Doctors and journalists assess the scale of falsification of official statistics on coronavirus

New large-scale journalistic investigation has brought together the most egregious facts of corruption, fraud with official statistics and ignorance of the pandemic at the state level

The Pentagon has admitted that it has studied UFO crash sites and has finds that "will change our lives forever."

The Pentagon has admitted that it has studied UFO crash sites and has finds that "will change our lives forever."

News, which is strange to publish on a serious popular science portal, but you cannot escape reality. Ufologists all over the world can rejoice: the American military has officially admitted that they have studied the crash sites of UFOs and have at their disposal some anomalous objects, the properties of which are beyond the scope of materials known to science