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Kodak’s stock falls again after it became known that investors have converted debt into nearly 30 million common shares

Shares in Eastman Kodak Co. KODK, -24.80% had dropped 24% on Monday afternoons, bringing it to a third double-digit percentage decline in a row after the digital printing and film company entering into the pharmaceutical ingredients business announced that convertible bond holders were exercising their debt rights, convert these bonds into ordinary shares. The stock has now fallen 50% since …

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Scientists find that these breathtaking spiral beehives have a lot in common with crystals

Humans have made building spaces an art form, but we’re not the only species with such dazzling achievements. A particular genus of Southeast Asian and Australian stingless bees really takes this idea to another level and creates spiral beehives that compete with New York’s Guggenheim. We know that bees are smart, but it was a bit puzzling how Tetragonula Bees …

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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. announces the pricing of 16,666,667 common shares

MIAMI, July 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) (the “Company”) announced today that it has subscribed to the public offering of 16,666,667 common shares of the Company (which “valued” the offer “) at a public price of $ 15.00 per share Company has granted subscribers the option to purchase up to 2,500,000 additional common …

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Planets with large oceans are likely to be common in the Milky Way

There are several moons in our solar systems in which astronomers believe that life could be found. These include Ceres, Callisto, Europa, Ganymed, Enceladus, Titan and maybe Dione, Mimas, Triton and the dwarf planet Pluto. It is believed that these “ocean worlds” contain plenty of liquid water, organic molecules and tidal warming inside – the basic ingredients for life. Which …

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According to studies, earth-like planets and ocean worlds could be common in our galaxy

New estimates and calculations indicate that there are more earth-like planets and ocean worlds in our galaxy than previously known. This emerges from new research released this week. So far, the Earth is unique in its ability to absorb life in the universe. However, future NASA missions were geared towards visiting ocean worlds like Jupiter’s moon Europe to see if …

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Play for the common good

Anonymous MLB player, specially for Detroit Free Press Published on June 6, 2020 at 6:00 a.m.CET SHUT DOWN What I hear: USA TODAY Sports’ Bob Nightengale discusses the MLB’s newly proposed protocol to safely restart the games. USA TODAY Editor’s Note: This Op-Ed has been released for publication by the Detroit Free Press and other media. The player asked for …

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Life may be common in the universe, but intelligence is probably rare

Moon and clouds over the Pacific, photographed by Frank Borman and James A. Lovell during… [+] the Gemini 7 mission. The earth around our sun has the right living conditions, and here both life and intelligence have arisen. But if we were to return to an “early Earth”, would these results be common or rare? NASA Planet Earth has been …

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An unprecedented combination of killer heat and moisture is becoming increasingly common

A new report released on Friday by Columbia University’s Earth Institute shows that the combination of extreme heat and humidity that was once thought to have never been experienced by humans is already happening. This often fatal weather mix exceeds the theoretical threshold of human survivability and will continue to test our limits in the future. “Climate change increases both …

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“Common sense” is not a substitute for science in a pandemic

In his daily newspaper In briefings on coronaviruses, President Trump regularly advertises the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as possibly one of the “greatest game changers in the history of medicine” – based on some anecdotal reports of mild benefits in Covid 19 patients. When a reporter Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, asked, “What is …

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