The 4,000-year-old tomb contains the remains of a chieftain and magician

The 4,000-year-old tomb contains the remains of a chieftain and magician

UK - Researchers believe that ancient tribes buried the shaman in the same tomb to escort their chiefs to the afterlife. The remains of the Bronze Age chieftain were discovered in a thousand-year-old tomb in the town of Lechlade in the county of Gloucestershire, along with four cowhide rugs, bronze daggers, whale bone knobs and wrist protectors. when shooting archery, sharpened green stone, ignition set and mage body in a kneeling position facing the owner about two meters away. This is the first evidence of the practice of sacrificing people in the British Isles to lead the spirit of the tribal leader, helping them to the afterlife more smoothly.

The largest ozone gap in history in the Arctic disappears

The largest ozone gap in history in the Arctic disappears

Extremely weak vortexes help increase the amount of ozone, filling the abnormal ozone gap that appeared a few weeks ago. The Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring Agency (CAMS) announced a record-breaking ozone hole in the Arctic that appeared at the end of March, CNN reported on April 28. This gap is caused by a strong vortex that causes a serious reduction in ozone, not human activity. Its disappearance was not due to the widespread Covid-19 which caused pollution to decrease. "It is likely that Covid-19 and blockade orders are not related to this. The gap is caused by an unusually long and unusually strong vortex, not related to changes in air quality," the team said. explain. They also said the polar vortex does not completely dissolve and will regenerate in the next few days, but the ozone will not return to levels as low as early April.

The room where the US Army is creating rain and ice to test weapons

The room where the US Army is creating rain and ice to test weapons

Why are the weapons and weapons of the US military enduring well with the harsh environment to be present in many countries around the world? If you see people snowing snowballs in the warm weather of the coastal city of Destin, Florida, they're not all silly. These people are about to enter a huge room that can create all kinds of US Army weather, simulating every environment from the extreme heat of the desert to the snow and ice of Alaska.

Top secret as Canon Oita factory - Japan (Events Scientific works)

Top secret as Canon Oita factory - Japan (Events Scientific works)

Located on Oita Island, Japan, more than an hour away from Tokyo to the south, Canon's most important factory has a large area, full of green, dust-free and empty of people. Oita, a typical island of Japan, with its active volcano, pillars of smoke leaking from the ground, hot springs that attract tourists from around the world, and a land of wings rice fields and industrial zones. In Oita, electricity poles appear as dense and familiar as any other land in Vietnam. Simply because, with active volcanoes, earthquakes and possibly hazards coming from the ocean, electric poles are a better choice than underground electrical systems. After each disaster, the Japanese can rebuild very quickly and bring life back to normal orbit.

Inside the factory of making secret missiles of the US billionaire

Inside the factory of making secret missiles of the US billionaire

The headquarters of Blue Origin, the secret rocket-making company of the owner of the Amazon Group, is anonymous in an industrial park in Washington, USA, without a roadside sign for visitors. According to The New York Times, billionaire Jeff Bezos first introduced the panorama inside Blue Origin to reporters on March 8. Blue Origin was born in the transformation of the aerospace industry from the US Aerospace Agency (NASA) and the "giants" like Lockheed Martin to the private sector, especially smaller companies. . Space Exploration Technologies, or SpaceX, founded by Elon Musk, another billionaire emerging from the Internet, is the most successful and typical example of a new generation of rocket companies.

Reveal the secret of where the whole world is stored

Reveal the secret of where the whole world is stored

Everything you can see outside of the natural environment, is collected and saved by this place. A day at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington (USA) begins with the staff going to check over 126 million of these items at once. They include large numbers of plants, animals, fossils, minerals, rocks and other artifacts that have existed for thousands of years of human civilization. Large numbers of specimens include 30 million species of insects; 4.5 million tree species; 7 million fish; 400,000 anthropological images, v ... v ... It stores from the dried mice to the richest whale bone reserves in the world.

The most expensive construction on the planet

The most expensive construction on the planet

The world's most expensive object is not lavish skyscrapers but a new UK nuclear power plant with construction costs of up to $ 35.8 billion. According to the European Commission, the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant has an estimated construction cost of $ 35.8 billion. When completed in 2023, it will provide 3.3 gigawatts of electricity, meeting 7% of UK energy needs. Hinkley Point C will be started by the French electric company EDF. This will be the first nuclear power plant in the UK in 30 years. It costs significantly more than the Sizewell B power plant opened in 1995 with a construction capital of $ 6 billion, according to IFL Science.

China built a 300 meter high glass bridge connecting the two mouths

China built a 300 meter high glass bridge connecting the two mouths

China is preparing to open a suspension bridge with the longest and tallest glass walkway in the world. Going through a deep ravine in any way is enough to make you terrified if you are afraid of heights. However, that feeling will multiply even more if you cross the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon in China on a suspension bridge with a glass walkway nearly 300 meters above the ground.

14 most unique buildings 2016 will make you say "Unbelievable"

14 most unique buildings 2016 will make you say "Unbelievable"

Do you want to know where are the most honored buildings today? If so, then the annual World Architecture Festival Awards will give you the answer. In total, 343 are the most beautiful and creative works from 58 countries. Here is a summary of the 14 most notable buildings and structures of the 2016 World Architecture Festival Awards, ranging from the world's first 3D office to a museum on a cliff. Please take a look. Designed by renowned architecture firm BIG, Hualien Residences is a unique structure that looks like a mountain range located in Taiwan. This project hopes to bring a healthy and healthy life to the older population with dedicated pedestrian walkways and underground jogging tracks. The roof is covered with trees to reduce the temperature, and the mountain shape design will help prevent a lot of sunshine during the harsh days of the day. This project is still under construction and was nominated for the 2014 MIPIM award.

Building "Intellectual Village" to attract talents to Hoa Lac

Building "Intellectual Village" to attract talents to Hoa Lac

The Management Board of Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park (Hanoi) and experts are planning and investing strategies to build a "Knowledge Village" - one of the factors to attract talents to work. At the seminar "Vision of planning for development of knowledge village housing area" in the morning of July 25, Mr. Pham Dai Duong, Head of Hoa Lac High-Tech Park, said in parallel with the construction of attractive infrastructure. For investment projects in research and industry, the living conditions for businesses, experts and working people are very important.