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Evaluating The Integrity Of Official Climate Records – YouTube

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LOFAR radio telescope reveals secrets of solar storms

“Our results are very exciting, as they give us an amazingly detailed insight into how solar storms propagate away from the sun and where they accelerate fast particles with speeds close to the speed of light,” says Dr. Diana Morosan, … Continue reading

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Plane crash survivors ‘eaten by polar bears’ after ditching in the Arctic | Bears Are Not Cuddly 

The crew of a crashed plane were ‘eaten by polar bears’ after their aircraft ditched in the Artic. That’s the fear after a NASA plane monitoring ice thickness in Greenland made a grim discovery in 2014. Blackened wings were seen … Continue reading

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The Real Green New Deal – American Digest

The world is literally a greener place than it was 20 years ago, and data from NASA satellites has revealed a counterintuitive source for much of this new foliage: China and India. A new study shows that the two emerging countries … Continue reading

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Incredibly lightweight and durable ceramic aerogel could protect future spacecraft – SlashGear

the new aerogel they have created is much more durable after exposure to extreme heat and major temperature changes seen in space missions than previous aerogels. The material has a unique atomic composition and structure that make it unusually elastic. When the … Continue reading

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A Transgender Hero Breaks Ranks | Trending

In reporting this breakthrough, USA Today said that according to Shupe, his “three years of living like a woman were nearly as painful as those spent as a man.” Shupe told the newspaper that as a trans woman he had felt pressured … Continue reading

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Per aspera ad astra: “Blow yourselves to Christ gone or come and find me, Gully Foyle, and I make you men. I make you great. I give you the stars.” – American Digest

Finally, spaceships that look like spaceships. Starship test vehicle under assembly will look similar to this illustration when finished. Operational Starships would obv have windows, etc. — Elon Musk Source: Per aspera ad astra: “Blow yourselves to Christ gone or … Continue reading

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