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Scientists said that the US expects the largest earthquake in the history - The Siver Telegram

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 1:44pm

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Scientists said that the US expects the largest earthquake in the history
The Siver Telegram
Scientists from the University of Massachusetts Amherst found that along the fault the San Andreas fault in California for several months and recorded thousands of underground microtelco nature of which is unknown, neither seismologists nor the other ...

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Galileo's newly discovered letter shows his clever attempt to outsmart the Catholic Church - Quartz

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 10:23am

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Galileo's newly discovered letter shows his clever attempt to outsmart the Catholic Church
Quartz
When astronomer Galileo Galilei got in trouble with the Catholic Church over his theories of the universe in the 17th century, he didn't have the benefit of a public-relations flack to help him with damage control. So he took matters into his own hands ...
Newly discovered letter by Galileo resolves puzzling historical mysteryPreston Business Review

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Watch billions of tons of ice collapse at once: How climate change is impacting Greenland's glaciers - ABC News

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 10:01am

ABC News

Watch billions of tons of ice collapse at once: How climate change is impacting Greenland's glaciers
ABC News
Perched on a cliff above Greenland's Helheim glacier, I tried calling my wife in New York on a satellite phone. Before I could leave a message, an explosion broke the arctic silence. More explosions followed. I ran across a muddy tundra to a video ...

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NASA tech is in your everyday life — find out where with this interactive tool - The Verge

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 10:00am

The Verge

NASA tech is in your everyday life — find out where with this interactive tool
The Verge
NASA technology is usually associated with the far reaches of space, but research from the government agency is surprisingly close at hand: hair dryers, water softeners, skin cream, landmine removal! NASA even has a cool interactive tool called NASA ...

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New planet could resemble Star Trek's Vulcan, scientists say - The Indian Express

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 9:59am

The Indian Express

New planet could resemble Star Trek's Vulcan, scientists say
The Indian Express
A 'super-Earth' discovered orbiting a star 16 light years away from us, could be the Star Trek's famed planet Vulcan – home of the beloved character of Spock from the popular TV series. The discovery was made using the Dharma Endowment Foundation ...
Astronomers have found the likeness of the planet Vulcan from Star TrekThe Stopru
Star Trek: Discovery announces release of four mini-episodes ahead of Season 2's January premiereDaily Mail
Exploring Strange New Worlds: “Star Trek” Planet Vulcan FoundUniversity of Florida
Deadline -arXiv
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Why do we love bees but hate wasps? - Mother Nature Network

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 9:41am

Mother Nature Network

Why do we love bees but hate wasps?
Mother Nature Network
Most of us have a soft spot for bees. We think about how important they are for pollinating flowers and crops and for providing honey. We worry that they're disappearing and wonder what we can do to save them. But when it comes to wasps, our emotions ...
Let's hear it for waspsThe Guardian

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Galileo tried to fool the Catholic Church, according to 405-year-old letters - Miami Morning Star

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 9:30am

Miami Morning Star

Galileo tried to fool the Catholic Church, according to 405-year-old letters
Miami Morning Star
Galileo was one of the most influential astronomers and mathematicians in history and new evidence surfaced and it reveals how he tried to make his work accepted in the midst of the religious climate which existed at the time. Galileo is one of the ...

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Unravelling the mysteries of the Salish Sea - Times Colonist

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 8:50am

Times Colonist

Unravelling the mysteries of the Salish Sea
Times Colonist
FRIDAY HARBOR, Washington — By now, the millions of people around the world who followed the saga of a mother orca carrying her dead calf know the endangered southern-resident orca whales exclusively eat chinook salmon. But what do the chinook ...

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Scientists have suggested that soon the world will be mammoths - The Siver Times

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 7:26am

The Siver Times

Scientists have suggested that soon the world will be mammoths
The Siver Times
Experts have already began for the experimental cloning of some animals,Scientists have for several years engaged in activities outside the framework of consciousness: they are preparing to clone a wooly mammoth with a view to its revival. According to ...
Scientists have suggested that in 10 years the Earth will go mammothsThe Stopru

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Scientists have suggested that soon the world will be mammoths - The Siver Times

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 7:26am

The Siver Times

Scientists have suggested that soon the world will be mammoths
The Siver Times
Experts have already began for the experimental cloning of some animals,Scientists have for several years engaged in activities outside the framework of consciousness: they are preparing to clone a wooly mammoth with a view to its revival. According to ...

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Light Pollution Causes Risky Behavior In Fish - Forbes

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 7:15am

Forbes

Light Pollution Causes Risky Behavior In Fish
Forbes
New research suggests that exposure to artificial light at night causes guppies to engage in riskier behavior during the day, and that could put them in danger. An animal's environment is not just influenced by location and physical surroundings, time ...
Light pollution makes fish more courageousScience Daily

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Are Aerojet and Blue Origin Rocket Engines Worse Than "Made in Russia"? - Motley Fool

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 7:13am

Motley Fool

Are Aerojet and Blue Origin Rocket Engines Worse Than "Made in Russia"?
Motley Fool
"It's not a secret that the United States aims at replacing our engines by probably less reliable and more expensive but indigenous U.S. engines." -- Igor Komarov, ex-director general of Roscosmos. "But can we, say, just stop [selling rocket engines to ...
Rogozin: the Russian-European Mars mission launched in the summer of 2020The Koz Telegram
Russia sheds doubt on joint Lunar space station with USDigital Journal
Russia throws doubt on joint lunar space station with US: RIAReuters
International Business Times, India Edition
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Ever wondered who owns the moon? A space lawyer attempts to answer that - Canton Caller

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 6:30am

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Ever wondered who owns the moon? A space lawyer attempts to answer that
Canton Caller
Most likely, this is the best-known picture of a flag ever taken: Buzz Aldrin standing next to the first U. S. flag planted on the Moon. For those who knew their world history, it also rang some alarm bells. Only less than a century ago, back on Earth ...
Thanks to Trump, Space, 'the Next Great American Frontier,' Is Within ReachTownhall
The Lunar Gateway to Act as a Shortcut to MarsGreat Lakes Ledger

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Scientists unravel the mysteries of the Salish Sea - The Keene Sentinel

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 6:24am

The Keene Sentinel

Scientists unravel the mysteries of the Salish Sea
The Keene Sentinel
FRIDAY HARBOR, Wash. — By now, the millions of people around the world who followed the saga of a mother orca carrying her dead calf know the endangered southern-resident orca whales exclusively eat chinook salmon. But what do the chinook eat?

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TESS found out a 'hot-Earth' and 'super-Earth' exoplanents 50-light years away from us - The TeCake

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 5:46am

The TeCake

TESS found out a 'hot-Earth' and 'super-Earth' exoplanents 50-light years away from us
The TeCake
NASA launched its much-anticipated Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite or simply TESS in April this year in order to replace the dying Kepler K2 spacecraft and to examine and find out more exoplanets than the current count of more than 2,000 ...
Get ready for a flood of new exoplanets: TESS has already spotted twoPreston Business Review
NASA discovers 'super-earth' with planet-hunting telescope - expects to find THOUSANDSDaily Star
Nasa telescope discovers two new planetsThe News International
The Stopru -MTL News -The Global Industry (press release) (blog) -The Siver Times
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Gorgeous new Hubble photo shows hundreds of galaxies ready to be explored - Yahoo News

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 5:40am

Yahoo News

Gorgeous new Hubble photo shows hundreds of galaxies ready to be explored
Yahoo News
To us puny humans, Earth is a pretty big place. There's lots to see, do, and explore here on the planet where we originated. We should be pretty happy with our circumstances, but space is full of planets that hold untold secrets that are just too ...
NASA showed clusters of galaxiesThe Siver Telegram

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Pull an “all nighter” with the harvest moon - News Item

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 5:04am

News Item

Pull an “all nighter” with the harvest moon
News Item
Sadly we say goodbye to summer this weekend with the autumnal equinox at 8:54 p.m. Saturday. Even though both the northern and southern hemispheres of the Earth receive equal amounts of the sun's light, you don't have a better chance of balancing an ...
THE REPUBLICAN-HERALDRepublican & Herald
Shine on harvest moonOntario Argus Observer
Watch for the full Harvest Moon on MondayKING5.com
WOODTV.com (blog) -Alamogordo Daily News -Brinkwire (press release) -Newsweek
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Global Carnage awaits: Imminent solar storm to wreak havoc on power grids and electronic equipment - International Business Times, Singapore Edition

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 3:54am

International Business Times, Singapore Edition

Global Carnage awaits: Imminent solar storm to wreak havoc on power grids and electronic equipment
International Business Times, Singapore Edition
Last week, a weather warning was issued by experts regarding a solar storm which could hit the earth soon. Scientists believe that such an intense solar storm can wreak havoc upon power grids and electronic equipment. Tom Bogdan, an expert at the US ...
Nowhere to Run: Unavoidable Solar Storm Threatens to Devastate Earth – ReportsSputnik International
What is a solar storm? When will solar flares and coronal mass ejections hit Earth?Brinkwire (press release)

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Dolphins coordinate with their partners to complete tasks - Brisbane Times

Sun, 09/23/2018 - 3:46am

Brisbane Times

Dolphins coordinate with their partners to complete tasks
Brisbane Times
It's well known that dolphins and other animals work collaboratively to achieve goals. Bottlenose dolphins understand then role of their partner when completing joint tasks. Photo: Brian Skerry/National Geographic. Now a new study has found that ...

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