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The graphic novel about the Tiananmen massacre shows the medium’s ability to capture history

As a young man in Beijing in the 1980s, Lun Zhang felt that he was attending a new Chinese education. The country experienced the “reform and opening up” of Supreme Leader Deng Xiaoping, and previously areas of knowledge, art and culture were closed become available again. People who had only lived in the suffocating, hypermaoist orthodoxy of the cultural revolution …

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The capture of carbon dioxide in the air reaches a new record high

KENSINGTON, Maryland (AP) – Despite reduced emissions from the coronavirus pandemic, the world reached another new record for capturing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, scientists said on Thursday. © Provided by Associated Press FILE – This file photo dated 16 January 2020 shows a coal-fired power plant by the energy company Uniper and a BP refinery next to a wind …

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The capture of carbon dioxide in the air reaches a new record high

KENSINGTON, Maryland (AP) – Despite reduced emissions from the coronavirus pandemic, the world reached another new record for capturing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, scientists said on Thursday. The measurements of carbon dioxide, the most important man-made greenhouse gas, averaged 417.1 ppm in Mauna Loa, Hawaii, for the month of May when carbon levels in the air peaked, the National …

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NASA photos capture huge asteroids that are just short of Earth

Yesterday, when the UK rose for another day of self-isolation, it was huge asteroid missed the Earth and missed our planet by around 3.9 million miles (which is actually not that much in space). As if we don’t have enough to worry about right now, do we? The asteroid with the catchy name 52768 (1998 OR2) approached Earth yesterday morning …

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Elvis left the planet and returned? Gravitational wave detectors capture harmony from King’s Pop Hit

technology 10:31 GMT April 19, 2020(updated 10:38 GMT 04/19/2020) Get a short URL The king’s fascination with UFOs and extraterrestrial life forms was written in detail. His shocking death in 1977 was rejected by some fans who were desperate to believe that he might have been kidnapped by aliens or that he himself was an alien. Scientists who monitor space …

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Capture the risk of a “turning point” in government and corporate debt after a pandemic

The United States is launching an unprecedented rapid fire experiment on borrowing as the government and corporations borrow billions of dollars to offset the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. © Getty American flag waving with the Capitol Hill in the background Subscribe to the Post Most newsletter: today’s most popular stories in the Washington Post The federal government …

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Capture the risk of a “turning point” in government and corporate debt after a pandemic

The United States is launching an unprecedented rapid fire experiment on borrowing as the government and corporations borrow billions of dollars to offset the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. © Getty American flag waving with the Capitol Hill in the background Subscribe to the Post Most newsletter: today’s most popular stories in the Washington Post Loading error The …

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Astonishing satellite images capture Krakatoa’s ongoing eruption

Satellite images taken by NASA show the violent explosions by Indonesian Anak Krakatoa that broke out again on Saturday. There have been no reports of losses or damage until Tuesday as the volcano continues to send massive white vapor plumes over 1,000 feet into the sky. “The location of the cloud indicates that it is volcanic in origin,” said Verity …

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