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That endurance suggests that enigmatic structures found in the early rock record have a better chance of being pseudofossils, rather than actual fossils, the team says.
He also was an assistant to Bobby Fischer when the enigmatic American player claimed the world championship from Soviet grandmaster Boris Spassky in the dramatic 1972 match where the Cold War played out atop a chess table.
In our paper about ORCs, which is forthcoming in the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, we run through all the possibilities and conclude these enigmatic blobs don’t look like anything we already know about.
A genuine mysteryIn our paper about ORCs, which is forthcoming in the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, we run through all the possibilities and conclude these enigmatic blobs don’t look like anything we already know about.
THESE GHOSTLY CIRCLES IN THE SKY CAME OUT OF NOWHEREBY RAY NORRIS/THE CONVERSATIONDECEMBER 4, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The skull fossil clears up a lot of confusion about this amphibian group’s lifestyle, Gardner says, but in other ways, albanerpetontids remain as enigmatic as ever.
The event, which was described in a series of papers published today in Nature, ties the enigmatic radio explosions with a known member of one of the universe’s most extreme classes of objects for the first time.
But, over time, we've gotten increasing ancient DNA samples that are providing a clearer picture of our interactions with this enigmatic lineage.
There are few leaders as enigmatic as Eritrea’s president, Isaias Afwerki.
That was the case with the enigmatic object known as Arrokoth.
Thurstane's blue-black eyes studied this enigmatic being steadily and almost angrily.
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