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Elements distribution among planets

How are chemical elements distributed among different types of planets? What affects this? What chemical composition has the Earth and another stone planets? What compositions can have exoplanets? The lecturer is Sergei Popov, astrophysicist, PhD (Physics and Mathematics), a leading scientist at the State Astronomy Institute named after P.K. Shternberg.

Danger of lucid dreaming

How do feedback signals gadgets allowing to see lucid dreaming work? Why neurologists and neurobiologists don`t like such practice? Why lucid dreaming is danger for the health and nervous system of human? Evgeniy Verbitskiy, doctor of biological science, professor, head of SSC RAS laboratory, head of Rostov oblast department of Russian somnology society tells why lucid dreaming can be a reason of distorting of dream and wakefulness. And why it can be cause of neuroticism.

Fermi paradox

Fermi paradox: why the Universe is silent?
What is the Fermi paradox? Why don’t we see any footprints of extraterrestrial civilizations, which ought to have settled all across the Universe in the course of billions years of their evolvement? How do present-day scientists answer the question, raised by the physicist Enrico Fermi in 1950? How far life may spread across the Universe and is there any chance for us to ever discover it? How can technical civilizations like ours manifest themselves? Will we be able to discover planets with the Earth-type atmosphere in the observable future, and which search methods will most likely result in discovering of the extraterrestrial life? This is what Sergei Popov elaborates on. He is an astrophysicist, PhD (Physics and Mathematics), a leading scientist at the State Astronomy Institute named after P. K. Shternberg.

English subtitles —  Вячеслав Пшеничнов.

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Multilayered settlement Rakushechniy Yar

Multilayered settlement Rakushechniy Yar.
What is this multilayered settlement Rakushechniy Yar on Porechniy island, located in the Ust-Donetsk area of Rostov region? What life did these people live and what did they do for living, when settled here 7 000 – 8 000 years ago? What could the Don river give to ancient fishermen, hunters and gatherers? What’s the history of studying this monument and what are present methods of archaeological excavations of the neolithic layer? How do archaeologists obtain information, which is new for science? What can finds of scientists tell us about life of the Don river autochthons in the Stone Age? The story is narrated by Andrey Tsybriy, archaeologist, PhD (History), fellow for the Don archaeological society, a member of the Non-Commercial Partnership “Yuzharkheologiya”, co-author of the ethno-archaeological complex “Zateryanniy Mir” (“The Lost World”).

Перевод и английские субтитры: Вячеслав Пшеничнов.

Найти тело древнего человека

Как совершаются находки тел древних людей? Какую новую информацию для науки они дают? Куда обращаться, если Вы сделали такую находку?
Рассказывает Станислав Дробышевский, антрополог, кандидат биологических наук, доцент кафедры антропологии биологического факультета МГУ имени М. В. Ломоносова, научный редактор ANTROPOGENEZ.RU.

Multilayered settlement Razdorskoye 1

What is this unique monument of archaeology of the South-Eastern Europe, located in the Ust-Donetsk district of Rostov region, — multilayered settlement Razdorskoye 1 in the territory of Razdorskaya stanitsa (Cossack settlement)? How do archaelogists spot/identify the presence of an ancient dwelling in a certain area? What can fragments and splinters of ceramic bodies in occupation layers tell about ancient people? How does one carry out studies of archaelogical monuments of the Bronze Age and what significance do they have for history? Mr. Andrei Tsybriy, archaeologist, PhD in History, fellow of the Don Archaeological Society, co-author of the ethnic-archaeological complex “Zateryanny Mir” (“The Lost World”) unfolds the story.

Childhood in the Stone Age

What do we know about the early age of ancient people in the early period of human history? What was the life of primitive children? Did it differ from the life of modern children? What sources can show what was their childhood, what labors and dangers were in the daily life of our young ancestors, what was their initiation — the transition to adulthood? Stanislav Drobyshevsky (anthropologist, associate professor of department of Anthropology, Faculty of Biology, MSU, Moscow. The science editor of ANTROPOGENEZ.RU) tells about the children in the primitive society. How they lived. The features of their development, their differences and similarities with modern children and primates and many other interesting facts.

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Why are cave people not cave?

Where did people live in the Stone Age? What homes did they have? Why were people of the time called cave? Most of us are likely to imagine big caves lit by a small fire around which the whole tribe gathered. Was it really like that?
From the lecture by Stanislav Drobyshevsky, anthropologist, associate professor of the Department of Anthropology of the Faculty of Biology of Moscow State University, science editor of Antropogenez.ru, you’ll learn what places for living people of the Stone Age chose and how their homes were arranged.

English subtitles — Igor Kapustin.

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Stanislav Drobyshevsky — Why are cave people not cave?