Unbeknownst to many, consumer products are filled with nanomaterials that are harmful to the health. They are considered the invisible killers that are more dangerous to viruses in the long term if no safety precautions are made.
From very long time scientists have been working on several theses behind the appearance of cellular life on Earth. The most important fact is all these theses rely on a set of complex Biochemical processes known as the metabolic pathway. Krebs cycle is one of the most important metabolic pathways among all.
Organisms like the cyanobacteria and blue-green algae were believed being around for billions of years where life started. Hence, there is no discovery yet of the oldest of all living organism or species on the planet, these recent discoveries are the leads.
While bacteria win the award for largest species abundance, and Archaea take the award for oldest organisms known to man, the most abundant animal on the face of the Earth is still the formidable and diverse phyla arthropoda—which include all species of insects. They come in an array of shapes and sizes, and compose nearly 80 percent of all animal species identified by man to date, and there are still undoubtedly thousands of species we’ve yet to find. But researchers believe that the diverse little creepy crawly bunch may hold more secrets than they let on, perhaps even secrets about our very own evolutionary origins.
With only a matter of days standing between now and the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Rosetta Mission landing on its host Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, researchers and the ESA are looking towards what the future of the mission may mean for Earth. As the first successful orbit around a comet, speeding through our solar system on its mission around the sun, the ESA is searching for answers not only on the origin of our Earth, but also of our solar system—something they say they will find in a new sci-fi film released this morning, Oct. 24.