Horned dinosaurs has shed light on the evolution

Dinosaur with a spiked head that roam Canada 78 million years ago, was the oldest horned reptile, found in North America. Herbivore named Xenoceratops foremostensis, which translated from Latin means “Foremost of rogatolitsy alien” (that is, a small town near which in 1958 found the first fossils). Like its more famous relative Triceratops, who lived… Read more Horned dinosaurs has shed light on the evolution

Physicists have learned to bend the rays of light from any angle

Physicists in Israel and France was forced to bend a beam of light at any angle without external influence. A unique discovery will be used in various fields, from industrial production to biophysical research. Everyone knows that light can propagate rectilinearly and refracted. With the latter phenomenon we encounter, for example, when we put a… Read more Physicists have learned to bend the rays of light from any angle

Light in the depths

The rays were not straight, but concave on the other side, where the turning. The whole system is moving, reducing the rotational speed, and finally disappeared. This phenomenon lasted for about fifteen minutes … The width of the beams in contact with the rim reached about 2 m, the dark intervals twice as wide. Here… Read more Light in the depths