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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Removes Genetic Pioneer Titles Over Racial Remarks

Stud Spring Harbor's lab canceled several honorary titles from its former director and Nobel Prize-winner for DNA research after reiterating his belief that blacks are genetically smaller than white intelligence. James Watson, 90, first made public these remarks in a 2007 interview and repeated it to PBS, American Masters: Decoding Watson, which was broadcast on January 2. In a statement …

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Imagine walking in this spider's wall and never sleeping again

Photo: YouTube Do you know what's worse than the spiders who get into your home in the middle of the night? The Spy On The Fallen Sky A guy on Friday reported recent reports of such an event in Brazil, where reportedly people say "spiders are burning." the phenomenon in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais shows that hundreds of …

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Why Physicists Are Hunting the Strangest of the Ghost Particles

Every single second of every single day, you are bombarded by trillions of trillions of subatomic particles, showering from the depths of space. They blow through you with the strength of a cosmic hurricane, blasting at almost the speed of light. They're coming from all over the sky, at all times of the day and night. They penetrate the Earth's …

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Spektr-R, the only radio telescope in Russia, stops responding to commands

"Spectrum-R" radio telescope at the Baikonur Space Center, within the integration and test complex of the starting site №31. RIA Novosti (19659003) Russia's only radio orthopedic radio telescope R (RadioAstron) has stopped responding to space ship control personnel, the BBC announced on Saturday, though the head of the Astro Space Center Nikolay Kardashev told the BBC that he is still …

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SpaceX cuts hundreds of employees since their last Iridium mission

Eventually: SpaceX admitted that they are releasing 10% of their staff to save costs. The Falcon Heavy rocket and Starship, which is still under development, plans to build shuttles to reach the International Space Station and aspirations to establish a satellite Internet network over the next few years. than they can chew? Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell revealed that about …

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Our galaxy is due to a catastrophic collision, study says

A mysterious bright object in the sky, dubbed "The Cow," was captured in real time by telescopes around the world. Astronomers believe that it could be the birth of a black or neutron star or a new class of object. An illustration depicts the detection of a repeating rapid radio burst from a mysterious source of 3 billion light-years from …

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