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EPA to reduce emission standards

FILE – In this September 13, 2017, file photo, cars waiting in line for gas as a station in Miromar Lakes, Florida. Environmental regulators announced on Monday, April 2, 2018, they will set emission standards for cars and trucks that said a timeline introduced by President Obama was inappropriate and set standards too high. (David Goldman, File / Associated Press) …

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Gravitational waves could arise in the center of most galaxies

Gravitational waves can be forged by the godless forces in the center of galaxies, a new study suggests. Sagittarius A *, the black hole in the center of our own galaxy. This image was taken with NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory. Gravitational waves have taken the world by storm. After being first foretold by Einstein a century ago, it took a …

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Will the Milky Way get bigger?

NGC 4565, a spiral galaxy estimated at 30-50 million light-years. Credit: Ken Crawford The galaxy we inhabit, the Milky Way, could grow even larger, according to Christina Martínez-Lombilla, a PhD student at the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias on Tenerife and her staff. She will present the work of her team in a lecture on Tuesday, April 3, at the …

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See which Bible passage actor Eddie Redmayne read at atheist Stephen Hawking Funeral

(Photo: REUTERS) (L) Eddie Redmayne in this undated photo; (R) Physicist Stephen Hawking sits on stage during an announcement by the Breakthrough Starshot Initiative with investor Yuri Milner in New York April 12, 2016. Actor Eddie Redmayne, who played Professor Stephen Hawking in the 2014 film The Theory of Everything Read a poignant scripture passage at the funeral of the …

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Rare Scottish dinosaur prints give important insights into time

A series of rare dinosaur footprints discovered on the Isle of Skye, including those from a two-meter high theropod, help experts Details to find important time in the dinosaur evolution. Credit: Paige dePolo Dozens of giant footprints discovered on a Scottish island help clear up an important period of dinosaur evolution. The trail was made about 170 million years ago …

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Four-eyed lizard grazed the earth 49 million years ago, researchers say

A monitor lizard is depicted at Lumpini Park in Bangkok, Thailand. (REUTERS / Athit Perawongmetha) When it comes to these ancient monitors, the nickname "four eyes" is far too accurate. Scientists recently examined fossils of the reptile and found that it had two extra eyes on its head. The lizard, known as "saniwa ensidens", was found almost 150 years ago …

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