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15 Recent Science Discoveries You Wont Believe - playtunez.com
Published: 1 year ago By: Talltanic

By: TalltanicPublished: 1 year ago

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15 amazing recent discoveries in the world of science and here they are from bionic contact lenses to reanimating dinosaur dna!

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7. New Human Species
Biologists all over the world were intrigued upon hearing the 2015 discovery of a new species of human, Homo Naledi, allowing for an ever clearer picture of our ancient ancestry. The findings were unveiled deep in an underground cave in South Africa and is considered one of the greatest collection of human remains ever unearthed. So far, it is known that this species of human grew to an average height of 5 feet and had a brain no larger than an orange. The way the bones in the South African cave were arranged suggests that these human ancestors ritualistically buried their dead, giving scientists a glimpse into our cultural past.

6. Bionic Lens
While still in the testing stage, the founder of Ocumetics Technology Corp may have stumbled upon a revolutionary technology that could augment the way humans perceive the world. A new bionic contact lens will give wearers an ability to see the world with stronger than 20/20 vision. Some subjects, who have already tried the lens themselves, claim that they not only see better than ever before but have identified a unique spectrum of colors unfamiliar to the unaided eye. Is this perhaps the first step in the direction of a new era of superhumans?

5. Harder Than Diamond
Scientists may have recently discovered a substance harder than diamond, Q-carbon. What gives diamonds their excellent hardness are the chemical bonds that hold them together. The carbon in diamonds is held together by incredibly tight chemical bonds at the microscopic level, giving diamonds their prominent hardness. By the manipulation of carbon atoms, scientists were able to augment their chemical bonds, producing a material that is potentially 60 times harder than diamond. While this substance is still being experimented on, it is a potential prospect for the future of cheap, efficient technologies.

4. First Mammals
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh have discovered an ancient species of mammals that survived the notorious extinction of the dinosaurs over 65 million years ago. The reason this find is so significant is that it gives us a glimpse at how mammals began to rule the world previously dominated by their cold-blooded counterparts. The mammal is thought to have been a plant-eater closely resembling a modern beaver. Once the dinosaurs were eliminated these beaver-like creatures began to flourish, given that they were no longer victims of dinosaur predators. Because these little guys were able to withstand the destruction that wrecked havoc on the dinosaurs, an array of mammals, including our ancestors, were finally able to leave their mark on the world.

3. Whale Gene Mapping
Gene mapping is starting to look less like a theoretical nicety and more like an applied science with this new aquatic discovery. Scientists have finally discovered why Bowhead Whales are able to live to 200 years old by remapping their entire genome. By comparing the genome of Bowhead Whales with the genome of other mammals with a less impressive lifespan, scientists were able to point out marked differences. Bowhead longevity is due to its genes’ effectiveness in repairing gene deterioration, which is the cause of cancer and other ailments known to cut human life short. By further studying this animal’s genes, scientists may finally be able to restore our own faulty genetic system, substantially lengthening our lives.

2. Second Earth
NASA has recently confirmed their discovery of a possible second Earth. Kepler-452b orbits its sun in what scientists call the “Goldilocks Zone,” which is the habitable region in space, not too far or close to the sun, necessary for the possibility of life to flourish. The new planet appears to have a rocky surface as well as liquid water, which is another key ingredient for life to subsist. Although not much is known about if there is life beyond Earth, it makes sense to take notice of planets similar to our own.

1. Animal Re-animation
Scientists have always been intrigued by the prospect of re-animating creatures that have been extinct for many years. While bringing a dinosaur back to life would be kind of cool, bringing a Wooly Mammoth back to life would be just as cool, and that is just what scientists are trying to do. Because Wooly Mammoths and Saber-Toothed Tigers have only been extinct for tens of thousands of years, unlike the millions of years dinosaurs have been extinct, intact DNA samples are much easier to find. Scientists believe it is possible to recreate these extinct beasts by cloning them with DNA and tissue samples, which have been found, over the years, preserved in ice.

Mika Ela
'Mika Ela' 23 hours ago
It felt like I was watching a toy commercial...
Ghenghis Khan
'Ghenghis Khan' 2 days ago
demons created apeman...god said he did not form us like that but satan did try interbreed them with god forms he made with angels aliens beings,,satanel could not form exact beings as god aton did...there was 3 races then 10 races to create the 13 bloodlines
Ghenghis Khan
'Ghenghis Khan' 2 days ago
bleach discovery by scientists acciendently molecules kills aids
DaKermitFrog
'DaKermitFrog' 3 days ago
*Uploaded in 2017* NUMBER 15: A new planet was discovered in our solar system in *2015* Fuck you asshole I SAID NEW DISCOVERIES!!
Ishaq Niz
'Ishaq Niz' 4 days ago
i saw report about new planet in 2008
ricky fleming
'ricky fleming' 5 days ago
Total absolute bull shit. You wank stain.
deltrontheory
'deltrontheory' 1 week ago
Ninth planet.... * www.newscientist.com/article/mg23431314-400-weird-orbits-hint-planet-ten-might-lurk-at-solar-system-edge/ * www.newscientist.com/article/2146873-our-sun-probably-didnt-steal-planet-nine-from-outer-space/ Seems legit
Marc Norris
'Marc Norris' 1 week ago
The person doing the voice over for this is clearly a bit stupid..."London University of Southampton"? Erm...London is nearly 80 miles from Southampton you moron.
Slay King
'Slay King' 1 week ago
Is the narrator on speed?
Payday6996
'Payday6996' 2 weeks ago
There is something more important than all this there is discovery of some dinosaurs like the tricertops that was living just 3 thousand years ago
James Banks
'James Banks' 2 weeks ago
Soooo....we're hiring meth-addicts to narrate YouTube vids now! It makes sense: all the other narrators with speech impediments, head injuries, and thick, foreign (or ghetto) accents have all already found work.
Andrew Smail
'Andrew Smail' 2 weeks ago
Smart stuff in here... Nice one.
Johnathan Latham
'Johnathan Latham' 2 weeks ago
Your background music is annoying as hell
KCCX5 comments
'KCCX5 comments' 2 weeks ago
Why is your channels pictograph or thumbnail reminiscent of the Soviet Union flag?
Bro Pic
'Bro Pic' 2 weeks ago
woa, settle down beavis.
Nathan Kessler
'Nathan Kessler' 2 weeks ago
Liquid Slam!
dafodilist
'dafodilist' 2 weeks ago
Arrr shut up with your geek accent get anther narrator or don't shout something please"
Ramzan Aslam
'Ramzan Aslam' 2 weeks ago
Fake
drop the dead donkey
how do they make nano bots? i've never bought into that crap unless its alien technology...we couldn't make them
Keiran McMullan
'Keiran McMullan' 3 weeks ago
London's university of Southampton ?
Steve Bez
'Steve Bez' 3 weeks ago
Crikey Windows mouse in click tone harmonies,hum,bit,coy,EN,zzzz
Event Progenitor
'Event Progenitor' 3 weeks ago
WATER ON MSRS well yes MSRS has tons of water, vast oceans everyone knows MSRS has tons of water. LOL
Pixeldunce
'Pixeldunce' 3 weeks ago
Look at the typo saying msrs instead of mars at 3:46 like if you see it
Eric Vonrhein
'Eric Vonrhein' 3 weeks ago
If you made your voice normal I would have actually shared this with my friends. But because your voice makes science unattractive, I will never show anyone this video LOL change the voice man
Anime Mix King
'Anime Mix King' 3 weeks ago
5:26 My Dick is
Samuel Lipscomb
'Samuel Lipscomb' 3 weeks ago
#8, can anyone say men in black. Remember when agent k said to agent j. "It looks like I'll have to replace my white album again". It was a small circular glass disk, just like that one.
Gizmo Fanatic
'Gizmo Fanatic' 4 weeks ago
Worst music Worst vibe ever Not a tweaker Unsubbing
ahumanstain
'ahumanstain' 4 weeks ago
Don't watch. garbage.
Mark G
'Mark G' 4 weeks ago
Eedinburg??????
Henk Koppelaar
'Henk Koppelaar' 4 weeks ago
You won't believe... you are right... by the way... can you shout louder
deadair801
'deadair801' 4 weeks ago
This guy sounds like todd from bojack horseman
Eye Wrote This
'Eye Wrote This' 4 weeks ago
Msrs
Wendell Chapman
'Wendell Chapman' 4 weeks ago
I'm NOT listening to a 30 second commercial, damnit.  Keep the 5 sec, that's doable.
James Henry Smith
'James Henry Smith' 4 weeks ago
Many or all of these are probably hoaxes.
DinkyDinkster
'DinkyDinkster' 4 weeks ago
Waters on MSRS! Good proof reading there...
Garras Porgratix
'Garras Porgratix' 4 weeks ago
I just discovered some change in my pocket (I only use a debit card) and no one is throwing a parade for me.
Jay Doze
'Jay Doze' 4 weeks ago
Your logo is a hammer and sicle.... Commie dogshit
The hardline truth
'The hardline truth' 4 weeks ago
so much bullshit lol , nasa and space ,planets , new planets , water on mars lol o dear god
jessica calica
'jessica calica' 4 weeks ago
lol the dwarf planet may be pluto back to our galaxy
jessica calica
'jessica calica' 4 weeks ago
lol the dwarf planet may be pluto back to our galaxy
jessica calica
'jessica calica' 4 weeks ago
lol the dwarf planet may be pluto back to our galaxy
ninjaboy at last
'ninjaboy at last' 4 weeks ago
Congrats the scientist found something already being told by the holy koran thousands of years ago
Ima Wright
'Ima Wright' 4 weeks ago
This Is Not Science! It's Nazi 'press-release' propaganda pushing their "cosmological" agenda. Conjecture and fairy-tales presented as "facts". I Object! Unsubstantiated and Hearsay. I'd toss this type of education down a black-hole, but there is no such thing, just another phalse-fysics-phantasy of phucked-up progressives.
Tony Reno
'Tony Reno' 4 weeks ago
I'm amazed at all the negative comments. Some people are just born to find fault, I guess. I like this video and find the discoveries great. When 90% of people's videos are hyped scare tactics, it's about time someone came along and pointed out the cool stuff happening. Thanks for this cool video. Won my subscription.
Joebanezair Buatona
'Joebanezair Buatona' 4 weeks ago
CRISPR
Joebanezair Buatona
'Joebanezair Buatona' 4 weeks ago
Or coppy the dna to a great evolution
Joebanezair Buatona
'Joebanezair Buatona' 4 weeks ago
You can reanimate the mammoth by using the CRISPR to manipulate the DNA of a dead spicies
Sid Capone
'Sid Capone' 1 month ago
University of Southampton is in Southampton not London.
Alie Bear
'Alie Bear' 1 month ago
like an orchestra without a conductor exactly my friend.
Antwoine Lesley
'Antwoine Lesley' 1 month ago
Explain how a microscopic machine is made and what components it consists of I will wait
Mr Scratch
'Mr Scratch' 1 month ago
1. This video and the voice over are shit!
Mike Akers
'Mike Akers' 1 month ago
I think humans have evolved multiple times over millions of years. Something keeps wiping us out over and over again.
L
'L' 1 month ago
But in your other video you claimed dinosaurs were around until 33,000 years ago, so which is it!
t4705mb6
't4705mb6' 1 month ago
Jesus christ! Have another ten lattes pal!
valen t
'valen t' 1 month ago
what about this? https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7H3ZDH5whcJLjmqloptbjg/about
Pagliacci
'Pagliacci' 1 month ago
I almost miss the computer generated voice.
Julian Rai
'Julian Rai' 1 month ago
... Eeeedinberg? Oh, man lol
N0ENEMIES
'N0ENEMIES' 1 month ago
fucks sake lower your recording volume!
Bret Hines
'Bret Hines' 1 month ago
talltanic uses a lot of click bait it appears.
Bret Hines
'Bret Hines' 1 month ago
I wish the click bait images were not so prevalent. But the good thing is after one case of click bait I ignore all other threads by the click bait author. Click bait sucks!
Andy Pallett
'Andy Pallett' 1 month ago
edinburgh (pron. ed-ing-bur-er)
Vinita Panwar
'Vinita Panwar' 1 month ago
Pls just shut the fuck up and put the facts on display.Also have u taken burundanga
Blake Daniels
'Blake Daniels' 1 month ago
Pls like and subscribe if you want to go here https://youtu.be/M97E3AtrYDI
Simon Harris
'Simon Harris' 1 month ago
Edin burgh . . . ? Oh please
Simon Pichler
'Simon Pichler' 1 month ago
classical exhibit obviously presence inside block guarantee okay rank.
loquayrocks
'loquayrocks' 1 month ago
London's University of Southampton??????? It's hundreds of miles from London!!!!
danny boyo
'danny boyo' 1 month ago
I can haz real science news?
Bob Spencer
'Bob Spencer' 1 month ago
They have not seen any flowing water on Mars, only  tracks
Bob Spencer
'Bob Spencer' 1 month ago
Scientist have not seen large new planet, they are only guessing it's there.
Francisco Figueroa
'Francisco Figueroa' 2 months ago
3:41 water on msrs
Skelespook
'Skelespook' 2 months ago
Your voice is fucking annoying. "NUmBAr FouRTEEEN!"
MugsyBugs
'MugsyBugs' 2 months ago
I love the overall energy @Bored Badger, but please try to accentuate only the most interesting parts. A little rise and fall in the narration would improve the experience greatly.
Dave
'Dave' 2 months ago
This guy butchers the English language. Let this be a lesson, get a real education and learn to properly use English before submitting your videos to the internet. Otherwise, even years from now, people will know you for an idiot.
Nitrexx
'Nitrexx' 2 months ago
"A new dwarf planet in our solar system" **Shows scale of a planet larger than Earth**
PACIFIC HUNTER
'PACIFIC HUNTER' 2 months ago
3:41 um Talltanic do you even know how to spell mars?
Somebody Bodysome
'Somebody Bodysome' 2 months ago
I find breakthroughs in genetics the most important, because they can allow for eugenics, and thus, eradication of illnesses, aggression and death. This would end wars.
The World
'The World' 2 months ago
you are trying to pollute everyone via your stupid videos. i m unsubscribing.
Z
'Z' 2 months ago
Water on MSRS!! Yeah!!!
Hans-Jörg Däschner
'Hans-Jörg Däschner' 2 months ago
'WOW!' to number 5 and 7
aga
'aga' 2 months ago
Compilations are good - saves the time finding stuff. Edinburgh is pronounced ed-in-bur-ah, not like it looks (odd, but there it is) 'Longetivity' is not a word. Longevity is.
Nola Davis
'Nola Davis' 2 months ago
London university of Southampton ???????????
Kundan Pariyar
'Kundan Pariyar' 2 months ago
GR8 Nice Stuff
Yankee Delfin
'Yankee Delfin' 2 months ago
Mis speling at mars
Taylor Bertrim
'Taylor Bertrim' 2 months ago
You can not have better than 20/20 vision... 20/20 means, something that is 20 feet away looks 20 feet away with clearity
Rashed G4mer
'Rashed G4mer' 2 months ago
*water on MSRS*
Raul Pinedo
'Raul Pinedo' 2 months ago
You guys are assholes, just let the guy be. It was like a throwback to me, i can dig the guy's enthusiasm, and it definitely beats the robot vouice. There are always those people that need to step on others to try to lift yourselves up in your mind, only to realize you sink deeper as you do.
Farhan  Khan
'Farhan Khan' 2 months ago
It is a theory that the universe is so big that it has a chance of being an occurance of a same planet just like there is at least one person who looks like us
The_Other _Seto_Kaiba
So that planet RR thing is Planet X end of the world moon base alien species cannibal things. Good.
Yogita Persaud
'Yogita Persaud' 2 months ago
Another Experiment is Human Experimentation, how to avoid people with negative traits, such as, liars, plotters, stalkers.
Yogita Persaud
'Yogita Persaud' 2 months ago
As a scientist, I have made many discoveries...One is positive traits, characteristics can make the world, the planet, a better place, like the Garden of Eden.
josh guwop
'josh guwop' 2 months ago
Reporting u lying bitch
Sun Rabbit
'Sun Rabbit' 2 months ago
Epigenomes are actually epigeous gnomes, that is, above-ground gnomes. Everybody know THAT! So why does Talltanic's logo look like a hammer and sickle? That's something science has NOT yet figured out. Unless, or course future science "discoveries" touch on dialectic materialism, class struggle, the proletariat, and the injustices of village life.
Charles Roberts
'Charles Roberts' 2 months ago
Stop shouting !!
Schweet119
'Schweet119' 2 months ago
the synthetic leaf thing is kinda cool
Sarcastic Deadpool
'Sarcastic Deadpool' 2 months ago
3:40 Water on MSRS
Aljaž Šuštešič
'Aljaž Šuštešič' 2 months ago
3:47 water on msrs hahaha
Sirius Gray
'Sirius Gray' 2 months ago
There is a difference between discovery and invention you know?
Robert Pearce Jr
'Robert Pearce Jr' 2 months ago
shut theeeee fuck up they found pigmis there is still a tribe of midgets in africa.......so none of this shit is new
STU O
'STU O' NEILL' 2 months ago
I doooont believe it
Paul Geeve
'Paul Geeve' 2 months ago
please stop screaming
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