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Image of Earth taken by Nasa’s Epic camera on the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) spacecraft Earth’s solid inner core layer may have paused its rotation recently and started to spin in the opposite direction instead, according to a ...

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Boats are pushed up on a causeway after Hurricane Ian passed through the area on September 29, 2022 in Fort Myers, Florida. Research suggests support for some climate policies increases immediately after climate-driven disasters such as Ian. Joe Raedle/Getty ...

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An artist’s reconstruction of adult and newly born ichthyosaur, Shonisaurus popularis, which lived during the Triassic Period. Gabriel Ugueto / Smithsonian hide caption toggle caption Gabriel Ugueto / Smithsonian This mystery begins in 1952, in the Nevada desert, when ...

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Bullying with ‘the science’ is the opposite of real science

Some media coverage said that gas stoves in the home might contribute to respiratory issues in children. Getty Images Copernicus surely had no idea when he got the Scientific Revolution underway in the 16th century that an unintended effect ...

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Best free sports streaming apps in 2023

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Twinkle, twinkle fading stars: Hiding in our brighter skies

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Vegan burgers should be served in schools and PRISONS to trigger a shift away from meat, scientists claim

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In the Year of the Rabbit, spare a thought for all these wonderful endangered bunny species

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People praying for relief from the bubonic plague, circa 1350. Original Artwork: Designed by E Corbould, lithograph by F Howard Rats may not have played a critical role in causing the Black Death as is often portrayed, according to ...

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People praying for relief from the bubonic plague, circa 1350. Original Artwork: Designed by E Corbould, lithograph by F Howard Rats may not have played a critical role in causing Bubonic Plague outbreaks in Europe as is often portrayed, ...

Twitter's iconic 'bird' statue sells for $100,000 at Elon Musk's mega fire sale of items at the San Francisco HQ that includes Eames chairs and a pizza oven - to help raise funds as revenue declined by 40% in a year

Elon Musk sold off Twitter's furniture and decorations in a 27-hour online auctionThe 3.5 foot bird statue sold for $100,000 while a neon sign went for $40,000It comes as it was revealed Twitter revenue is down from 40 per cent a year ago 

NSW Labor and Coalition propose plans to save state’s koala population

Australia’s iconic marsupial has become the latest political football in the NSW state election campaign. Labor leader Chris Minns on Thursday called for an end to the so-called koala wars, which had divided the coalition, while pledging $80 million to ...

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