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Dead Sea

Salt lake bordering jordan and israel

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Nabih Bulos
April 19, 2021
phys.org
The first time people here saw a sinkhole, they thought a small asteroid had slammed into the Dead Sea's salt-encrusted shore.
Nicola Jones, Hakai
January 14, 2021
Smithsonian Magazine
Salt seems to be the reason why bolts are brighter over seas than over land
Science X staff
December 14, 2020
phys.org
Phosphorus is an element essential for life. It is fundamental to all living organisms, and is a key component of RNA, DNA, and cell membranes. Phosphorus compounds must have been involved in the emergence of primordial life. Importantly though, these compounds were water soluble and reactive so that they could participate in various chemical processes. Only in this case could phosphorus be involved in phosphorylation, which enables the synthesis of complex molecules. However, phosphorus in nature is only found as a phosphate ion in fairly inert minerals of the phosphate class. Hence, phosphate minerals are unlikely to have been a source for the prebiotic synthesis of phosphorus-containing compounds--the precursors of the first living organisms. For scientists, it remains a mystery which phosphorus compounds contributed to the appearance of the building blocks of RNA and DNA molecules.
ICL
November 12, 2020
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/PRNewswire/ -- ICL (NYSE: ICL) (TASE: ICL), a leading global specialty minerals and specialty chemicals company, today reported its financial results for the...
Nicola Davis
June 2, 2020
the Guardian
Fragments of the Dead Sea scrolls are examined in Jerusalem. Photograph: Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images
By Luke Andrews For Mailonline
May 21, 2020
Mail Online
Scientists at the British Museum analysed 100 samples of 'black goo' to establish its contents. It is thought Egyptians used it due to the black colour, which symbolised regeneration and rebirth.
By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline
December 12, 2019
Mail Online
Glaciologists at the University of California, Irvine have been able to reveal the contours of the land beneath the Antarctic ice in the hope of better predicting areas more susceptible to melting.
PopSci Commerce Team
September 24, 2019
Popular Science
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BBC News
September 16, 2019
BBC News
Jordan is one of the countries most affected by rising temperatures - and it's predicted to get worse.
By ILAN BEN ZION
March 28, 2019
AP NEWS
MOUNT SODOM, ISRAEL (AP) -- Israeli researchers said Thursday they have surveyed what they now believe to be the world's longest salt cave, a network of twisting passageways at the southern tip of...
March 5, 2019
WebWire
· The World Economic Forum, in collaboration with the Bahrain Economic Development Board, has opened applications for the 100 Arab Start-ups shaping the Fourth Industrial Revolution in 2019 · Start-ups can apply now to join the vibrant community and participate in the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa, which will take place on 6-7 April at the Dead Sea, Jordan · Selected start-ups will benefit from a tailored programme with industry and government leaders to discus...
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