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New Biggest Prime Number beats last record-holder by 5 million digits

New Biggest Prime Number beats last record-holder by 5 million digits

A team at the University of Central Missouri's satellite campus has discovered the largest known prime number. The new number has over 22 million digits, which is about 5 million digits more than the previous record-holder.

Venus Flytraps use ‘mathematical skill’ to avoid false alarms

Venus Flytraps use ‘mathematical skill’ to avoid false alarms

The Venus flytrap, a carnivorous plant native to subtropical wetlands on the East Coast of the United States, use “mathematical skill” to avoid false alarms, a new research revealed.
A team of researchers led by Ranier Hedrich of the University of Würzburg studied the carnivorous plans, and found that the plant adjusts its feeding behavior according to the number of times its sensitive trigger hairs are stimulated.

Human brain can hold 10 times more memories than previously thought: study

Human brain can hold 10 times more memories than previously thought: study

The human brain is capable of holding 10 times more memories than what scientists previously estimated, a fresh study published in the most recent edition of journal eLife claims.

Researchers discover evidence of 10,000-year-old massacre

Researchers discover evidence of 10,000-year-old massacre

A fresh analysis of fossilized bones of more than two dozen ancient people unearthed in Kenya provided evidence of what is thought to be the oldest massacre and merciless violence in humans’ history.

Kelly’s zinnias aren’t first flowers to bloom in space

Kelly’s zinnias aren’t first flowers to bloom in space

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly recently posted a photo of the bright orange zinnias that blossomed on board the International Space Station (ISS). But Kelly made a mistake by claiming that it was the first ever flower to grow in space.

Around four years back, astronaut Don Pettit had grown a few different sorts of plants on board ISS. That experiment was labeled as a “personal biology experiment” by the American space agency.

Climate change might have killed all aliens: researchers say

Climate change might have killed all aliens: researchers say

Scientists have long been trying to find signs of extraterrestrial life but they kept drawing a blank thus far. Now some scientists believe that all the aliens might have dead due to climate change.

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