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marca.com — 50 most beautiful shirts from all over the planet, and now it is over to you to have your say on the final ranking. Full Article >>
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iflscience.com — Among the strange features of quantum mechanics is the phenomenon known as quantum tunneling, where a subatomic particle overcomes a barrier that would be impassable in other sorts of physics. Generations of physics students have been taught this phenomenon with analogies like objects passing throug…
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nbcnews.com — The skywatching event coincides with the spring equinox, which heralds the start of a new season. Get ready, skywatchers. The last supermoon of 2019 will be visible in the night sky Wednesday, coinciding with the spring equinox that heralds the start of a new season. The March 20 spectacle will …
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theepochtimes.com — Nasa data shows that a fireball exploded with the energy of 10 nuclear bombs, but went undetected for 3 months, despite being the third biggest ever meteor explosion. Hurtling towards the earth 30 times faster than a rifle bullet, a 1,400-ton fireball exploded with the energy of 10 Hiroshima bombs …
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theguardian.com — Faulty server migration blamed for mass deletion of songs, photos and video. Myspace, the once mighty social network, has lost every single piece of content uploaded to its site before 2016, including millions of songs, photos and videos with no other home on the internet. The company is blaming a…
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newscientist.com — Marine experts in the Philippines say a dead whale found with 40kg of rice sacks and other plastic bags was the worst case they have ever encountered of an animal killed by plastic. The Cuvier’s Beaked Whale (Ziphius cavirostris) was found on the shores of Sitio Asinan in the Philippines on Saturda…
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universetoday.com — Looking to the future, NASA and other space agencies have high hopes for the field of extra-solar planet research. In the past decade, the number of known exoplanets has reached just shy of 4000, and many more are expected to be found once next-generations telescopes are put into service. And with s…
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sciencealert.com — Scientists have found mounting evidence that Parkinson's could start in the gut before spreading to the brain, with one study in 2017 observing lower rates of the disease in patients who had undergone a procedure called a truncal vagotomy. The operation removes sections of the vagus nerve - which l…
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gizmodo.com — Steadfast pigeon defenders have something new to crow about: The oft-maligned birds may be scientists’ latest tool in combating air pollution and tracking climate change. Researchers at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom have developed a tiny set of sensors that can be strapped onto…
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cnet.com — Most asteroids making close flybys are small and hard to spot, but this month a big one is just sauntering by. An asteroid twice as big as the bolide that exploded over Russia in 2013 will whiz by us next week at a distance that's closer to Earth than the moon.  Despite what tabloid headlines migh…
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