Mars rocks collected by Perseverance boost case for ancient life

  NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has now collected two rock samples, with signs that they were in contact with water for a long period of time boosting the case for ancient life on the Red Planet. "It looks like our first rocks reveal a potentially habitable sustained environment," said Ken Farley, project scientist for the mission, in a statement Friday. "It's a big deal that the water was there for a long time." The six-wheeled robot collected its first sample, dubbed "Montdenier" on September 6, and its second, "Montagnac" from the same  rock  on September 8. Both samples, slightly wider than a pencil in diameter and about six centimeters long, are now stored in sealed tubes in the rover's interior. ALSO, READ- India's first Paralympic Gold in shooting won by Avani Lekhara A first attempt at collecting a  sample  in early August failed after the rock proved too crumbly to withstand Perseverance's drill. The rover has been o

China announced 3 child policy

China announced 3 child policy

China's choice to permit families to have three youngsters could deliver a bonus for creators of carriages, vehicle seats, and child recipes. At any rate, that is investors' opinion. 

Stocks attached to child items and maternity administrations took off in terrain China and Hong Kong on Monday after the Chinese government reported a significant change to its family arranging strategy as the nation attempts to turn away a segment emergency. 

Portions of Goodbaby, which makes kids' items, bounced 31% in Hong Kong. Suzhou Basecare Medical Co., which offers hereditary testing for couples hoping to go through IVF, rose 15%. 

The Chinese Communist Party's top authority settled on the choice to allow couples to have up to three youngsters at a gathering Monday, however, state media reports didn't say when the strategy change would be executed. 

It comes only three weeks subsequent to Beijing distributed its 2020 statistics, which showed China's populace was developing at its slowest rate in many years. That is squeezing an economy that depends on a youthful labor force to help a maturing populace and keep up undeniable degrees of development. 

"The leaders have most likely understood that the populace circumstance is moderately extreme," said He Yafu, a free demographer situated in the southern Chinese city of Zhanjiang. "In any case, simply opening up the arrangement to three kids and not empowering births overall, I don't think there will be a critical expansion in the richness rate. Numerous individuals would prefer not to have a subsequent youngster, not to mention a third kid." 

China's family arranging limitations date to 1980 when the gathering initially forced a "one-youngster" strategy to moderate populace development and reinforce the period of prosperity that was then started. Authorities frequently utilized ruthless strategies as they constrained ladies to get fetus removals or be sanitized, and the strategy before long turned into a wellspring of public discontent. 

In 2013, as Chinese authorities comprehended the ramifications of the nation's maturing populace, the public authority permitted guardians who were from one-kid families to have two youngsters themselves. After two years, the breaking point was brought up to two youngsters for everybody. China's one-kid strategy was set up for over 35 years as Beijing attempted to address overpopulation and reduce destitution. 

In 2015, the Chinese government declared that it would relax the limitations to permit up to two kids for every family. However, the inversion neglected to raise the nation's introduction to the world rate, which fell by practically 15% year-on-year in 2020. 

However, more couples presently embrace the idea that one youngster is sufficient, a social shift that has hauled down birth rates. What's more, some say they are not intrigued by youngsters by any stretch of the imagination, even after the most recent declaration. 

"Regardless of the number of infants they free it up to, I'm not going to have any on the grounds that kids are excessively inconvenient and costly," said Li Shan, a 26-year-old item administrator at a web organization in Beijing. "I'm anxious and stressed that I will not have the option to teach the youngster well." 

In 2020, the number of individuals age 60 or more in China remained at 264 million, representing about 18.7 percent of the populace. That figure is set to develop to in excess of 300 million individuals, or around one-fifth of the populace, by 2025, as per the public authority. 

Indeed, even as the nation has battled to raise rates of birth, the experts in the western area of Xinjiang have been constraining ladies of Muslim ethnic minorities, similar to the Uyghurs, to have fewer infants with an end goal to stifle their populace development.


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