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    Life on Venus? Evidence Discovered in Atmosphere

    Life on Venus was thought to be impossible. The Venusian atmosphere swirls with thick carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid and the temperature on the surface can melt lead and steel. But scientists recently discovered something unexpected: a chemical signal on Venus that hasn’t been seen before. And the gas may signal that alient life has […] More

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    India Coronavirus Cases Are Exploding

    India coronavirus cases increase daily, and the situation may soon be uncontrollable. Researchers recorded 25 million cases of coronavirus, according to the Johns Hopkins. More than 850,000 people worldwide have died from COVID-19. The U.S. Response: Worst in the World? In the U.S., nearly 6 million people are infected with the virus and the death […] More

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    Why Did the Democratic and Republican Parties Switch Platforms?

    Did the Democratic and Republican Parties switch platforms? Many people seem to think so. What’s the reality behind that? The Republican Party Was Founded to Halt Slavery Using Big Government Before you can talk about whether they switched platforms, you have to understand their early positions. Republican Party formed in 1854. Its main purpose was […] More

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    Food expiration dates not backed by science

    Food expiration dates around the world are not backed by science and are contributing to unnecessary food waste. Stopping food waste is top of mind right now during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Especially because the public worries about our food supply chains. Even before COVID-19, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) issued […] More

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    Closest Black Hole Is So Close to Earth You Can See It

    The closest black hole may be the closest black hole to Earth. It’s so close you can identify it in the night sky without a telescope. The black hole is lurking only 1,000 light-years from Earth in the southern constellation of Telescopium. It belongs to a system with two companion stars that are bright enough […] More

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    Murder Hornets Have Invaded the United States

    Murder hornets have invade the United States on the West Coast, and it’s only a matter of time until they arrive on the East Coast too. The Asian Giant Hornet is an Asian hornet that can measure up to 2 inches long. They are named “murder hornets” either because they have an extremely powerful sting […] More

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    N95 Face Mask Protects Against Coronavirus, Study Says

    A N95 face mask may protect against coronavirus–at least to some degree. A certain type of face mask effectively protects doctors and nurses from catching coronavirus (COVID-19), the viral disease that has infected more than 80,000 people since December 2019. Consumers can also buy these face masks protect against, though global supply shortages have occurred. […] More

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    Fast Radio Burst From Other Galaxy Repeats Every 16 Days

    A radio telescope detected a fast radio burst from another galaxy. The signal pulsates in a regular 16 day cycle, according to a new paper posted on arXiv. The phenomenon, known as FRB 181112, was identified by the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) radio telescope. Follow-up observations with ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) showed […] More

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    Considering all the nuclear waste, why is nuclear power considered clean?

    Nuclear energy is a very misunderstood topic. Issues include the risk of meltdowns, radiation, and how to store nuclear waste. Why do some people think that nuclear power is clean, considering all the waste? Because the numbers are very clear. “All the waste” from nuclear is still much less wasteful than burning fossil fuels. Here’s […] More

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    Australia’s Devastating Wildfires Seen from Space

    Satellites in space can spot changes to Earth’s climate, and they are providing frightening bird’s-eye views of the wildfires in Australia. The wildfires burning in the Australian states of New South Wales and Victoria began in November 2019, and they continue to pose severe safety and environmental problems. NBC News reported that thousands of Australians fled […] More

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    Youtuber Explains Why The CyberTruck V/S F150 Pulling Competition Was Not Fair

    Yes, we all have seen the infamous video where Tesla’s Cybertruck is pulling in an F-150. But, just how accurate is that video? Tesla’s announced Cybertruck has been a whirlwind of controversy. Whether Elon Musk’s demo is flopping or the ridiculous angular design, or the terrible name, people haven’t been kind the Cybertruck. And yet […] More

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