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In short: Florida's fate can be a matter of miles

For Florida, a handful of miles can mean a big difference in the slow dancing of Hurricane Dorian to the coast. The National Hurricane Center predicts that on Tuesday and Wednesday, between 40 and 50 miles off the coast of Florida, Dorian will have wind speeds of hurricanes about 56 km to the west. But this is just one point …

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Why the latest iPhone hack should worry you no matter what phone you use

Google's Project Zero team dropped a blog post bomb stating that malicious sites have hacked iPhones since years when someone using one simply visited them. The details are interesting if you deal with information security. Most importantly, hackers could use iOS's various security levels to gain access to private data such as photos, passwords, and databases for encrypted messaging apps, …

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Hawaii or Spain? Telescope experts say it can not matter

HONOLULU – When starlight flies across the universe billions of years ago and eventually focuses on the earth, astronomers want their telescopes to be in the best possible places to see what's out there after months of protests According to Hawaiian opponents, the international coalition that wants to build the world's largest telescope in Hawaii insists that the island's highest …

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The World's Largest Telescope: Why Sites in Mauna Kea, Hawaii, or La Palma, Spain, may not matter to scientists

When starlight flies through the universe billions of years ago and is finally pointed at Earth, astronomers want their telescopes to be in the best possible locations to see what's out there. Despite years of litigation and protests by native Hawaiian opponents the international coalition that wants to build the world's largest telescope in Hawaii insists that the island's highest …

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A heavyweight contender for dark matter

Considering Dark Matter: This photograph is a montage of several images showing the colliding clusters of galaxies collectively called "bullet clusters" (1E 0657-56). The galaxies visible in the background in the optical light are superimposed with X-rays of the intergalactic gas clouds (pink) and the mass distribution is calculated from gravitational lens effects and thus – indirectly – the dark …

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Scientists discover new state of matter

A team of physicists has discovered a new state of aggregation – a breakthrough that can improve the storage capacity of electronic devices and improve quantum computing. "Our research has been able to find experimental evidence of a new state of aggregation – topological superconductivity," says Javad Shabani, assistant professor of physics at New York University. "This new topological state …

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