Read more about the article Earliest Record Of Aurora Borealis Found In 10th BC Annals That Showed Back Then It Was Visible In Central China
Illustrative image of an aurora. (AsiaWire)

Earliest Record Of Aurora Borealis Found In 10th BC Annals That Showed Back Then It Was Visible In Central China

The oldest recorded mention of the aurora borealis has been found in ancient Chinese text referring to the phenomenon that dates back to the 10th century BC when it was even visible in central China. The discovery is significant as in modern times the Aurora Borealis is usually only seen…

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People Who Are Bilingual Have Brains That Age More Slowly

The ability to keep the brain fit by speaking more than one language could be one of the best ways to stop brain ageing, according to new research by boffins in the UK and Russia. The research comes at a time where advances in medical technology mean people can live…

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Read more about the article Six-Million-Year-Old Owl Fossil Found Had Its Lunch In Its Stomach
Reconstruction of the extinct owl Miosurnia diurna perched in a tree with its last meal of a small rodent, overlooking extinct three-toed horses and rhinos with the rising Tibetan Plateau on the horizon. (IVPP, Zheng Qiuyang/AsiaWire)

Six-Million-Year-Old Owl Fossil Found Had Its Lunch In Its Stomach

Scientists are expecting to make major advances in discovering how owls evolved after this remarkably well-preserved skeleton of an extinct species that lived more than 6 million years ago was found in China. The incredibly intact fossil even included the remains of the bird's last meal, a small mammal that…

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