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Butterfly’s light and shadow magic “hand”

Legend has it that the butterfly is the embodiment of beauty: Zhuang Sheng is fascinated by it in his dreams, and the love of Liang Zhu is perfect because of it; it is a lingering plaque, and it is also the song of the spring. For thousands of years, people have praised its moving dance and its colorful colors. But do you know that it hides the hidden secrets under the shadow?

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Why are humans not immortal?

The 2014 Jiangsu Volume College Entrance Examination article discusses the issue of immortality. No one is immortal, but why? Obviously not violating any laws of physics, why can’t it be achieved? The reason, in the final analysis, is because we are the product of evolution.

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In the face of the pain, we need GM mosquitoes

When the mother is pregnant with a malformed newborn, will she choose to support the release of genetically modified Aedes mosquitoes to suppress Zika virus? Is it really wise to have a child’s life lost every minute because of malaria, but still obsessed with the risk of imagination?

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False jade = radiation + highly toxic?

The natural jadeite is loved and respected by everyone, and the price is naturally high. The merchants look at this point and change the appearance of the low-grade jade stone through processing. Shoddy is a deceptive act, but does this process make the jadeite a highly carcinogenic hazard that releases radioactive elements, as some have said?

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Perspective Japanese “scientific research” whaling

The Japanese whaling ship “Rishin Maru” needs to be repaired on a large scale, and Japan may cancel this year’s Southern Ocean Whaling Program – this will be the first time in 25 years that Japan has stopped the so-called scientific whaling operation. As of 2010, there were 14,583 whalings in the world and 13,274 in Japan. What is the purpose of their research? Let us take a peek at the traditions, interests and academic entanglements under the scientific research mask.