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The big-fox-eyed man is stuck in a vase in Basildon

Copyright RSPCA Caption of the image The fox had a little difficult pottery A fox stuck its head in a vase, probably because it had very large ears, rescuers said. The curious child was found “tortured and disoriented” and wandered around a garden in Basildon, Essex, with a heavy pot stuck firmly on his head. Worried, the cube could not …

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A new super-earth is a million, scientists say: report

We have to invent all this with a coronavirus, because it is not easy to take and move to another planet. Or can we? According to USA Today, scientists have spotted a super Earth floating around in space. So, yes, if we dig up the Earth, we can head to super-Earth! This isn’t the first time we’ve discovered an Earth-like …

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The sun enters a period of blockage, which can cause freezing, starvation

Our sun has passed into a lock, which can cause freezing weather, earthquakes and famine, scientists say. The sun is currently in a period of “solar minimum”, which means that the activity on its surface has dropped dramatically. Experts believe that we are about to enter the deepest period of sunlight, the “recession”, once registered as sunspots, has virtually disappeared. …

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Quantum entanglement of 15 trillion atoms on 450 kelvins with “surprising results”

Artistic illustration of a cloud of atoms with pairs of particles intertwined with each other, represented by yellow-blue lines. Credit: © ICFO Quantum entanglement is a process in which microscopic objects such as electrons or atoms lose their individuality in order to become better coordinated with each other. Entanglement is at the heart of quantum technology, which promises great advances …

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The look of the visual cortex that Neuralink does not

Millions of Americans struggle with visual impairments, ranging from partial to complete vision loss, which can negatively affect their ability to easily navigate a world designed primarily for the visually impaired. But a new technique can restore vision directly to people with visual impairments Using electrodes implanted on the surface of the participants’ visual courts, where the brain controls what …

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NASA astronauts say goodbye, Astro Van, hello, Tesla Model X.

The two astronauts arriving on the ISS aboard the SpaceX Dragon board the launch pad in this bad boy. NASA Historically, astronauts have had some great ways to get from the building, where they hope their spacesuits to the launch site. For example, Mercury’s crews rode in a small trailer that was towed by a tractor. But as space exploration …

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Is it time to dethrone the big bang theory?

Do you understand enough about the Big Bang theory to challenge it? Getty Is it cosmology, the Big Bang theory is king. This has not always been the case, but over the years the evidence has gathered and for the most part astronomers are convinced that this is the best we have. So why do so many people hate it? …

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Scientists warn of risk of massive tsunami in Prince William Sound, which is possible within next year

A landslide in Prince William Sound could cause a major tsunami in an area sometimes visited by hundreds of fishermen and pleasure boats, scientists and government officials said Thursday. A public letter signed by several scientists warns that the landslide and tsunami are likely to occur “within the next year and possibly up to 20 years”, and details the potentially …

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These 80-million-year-old sea creatures look shockingly like Buckyballs

Life on the ocean floor 80 million years ago was difficult. The sea levels were shallow, predators were always on top, and there was always some other thin, spiked, firmly established creator ready to steal your place. To survive, ancient relatives of the sea urchin changed their anatomy to become dead bells for healthy organic molecules made of carbon, known …

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NASA astronauts continue quarantine before the launch of SpaceX

NASA astronauts Benken and Hurley had only a few days to stay, following the end of their extensive training for the SpaceX Crew Dragon, before being placed in mandatory quarantine for this week’s launch. The couple have spent months training together in the immediate vicinity, so they have somehow been quarantined together for some time. But the official quarantine began …

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