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Chicago Tribune Claims iPhone Radiofrequency Radiation Levels Measured Higher Than Legal Safety Limit In Tests

The Chicago Tribune has recently published an article in which it points out: "The Chicago Tribune recently published an article. According to the newspaper, it is contracted to accrue several smartphones according to federal guidelines. iPhones were formulated to simulate human tissue while the radiofrequency radiation. Several iPhones have over the legal safety limits in the tests, but the worst …

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NASA has measured a shock wave from the sun for the first time

Huge interplanetary shock waves emanating from the sun and ejected from charged particles or solar winds are reflected in our solar system. However, measuring such a shock in detail requires some very finely tuned instruments – and scientists have just made it. These shocks are composed of particles that transmit energy through electromagnetic waves instead of jumping directly into each …

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How physicists measured the rarest event ever directly observed

Last week, scientists announced that they had made an incredible physical observation with a pool of liquid xenon. It is officially the rarest nuclear disaster – and really the rarest event ever directly measured. How rare? As I wrote in my previous article about the result: "The average time it takes for one half of the xenon atoms in a …

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Einstein's "Time Dilation" is precisely measured thanks to groundbreaking satellites

The elliptical orbits of Galileo satellites 5 and 6 enabled researchers to measure gravitational time strain with unprecedented precision. The relativistic eccentricity reaches a peak amplitude of approximately 370 nanoseconds, driven by the shifted height of the satellites (and hence gravity). Periodic modulation of this magnitude is clearly visible given the relative frequency stability of the atomic clocks aboard the …

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The scientists measured all visible light that was ever produced in the universe – Axios

Clemson University scientists, relying on images from the NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, claim for the first time that they have measured all the starlight ever created in the history of the observable universe. By the numbers: According to the new data published on Friday in the journal Science the number of photons emitted by the stars – visible light …

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Blue phosphorus was mapped and measured for the first time

The element phosphorus can exist in different allotropes and changes its properties with every new form. So far, red, purple, white and black phosphorus are known. While some phosphorus compounds are vital, white phosphorus is toxic and flammable, while black phosphorus is particularly robust. Now another allotrope has been identified: In 2014, a team from Michigan State University, USA, conducted …

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The growth rate of the universe is measured by examining black hole neutron star binaries

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University are trying a new method to measure the rate of expansion of our universe. You will study gravitational waves emitted by rare binary systems consisting of a black hole and a neutron star. The Big Bang event occurred about 13.8 billion years ago, when all galaxies, star systems, planets, satellites, …

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The legacy of Martin Sorrell is measured by the consistency of WPP

In the end, the road to the "glue factory" that Martin Sorrell often joked, his goal was shorter and slipperier than he could have imagined. Less than two weeks after the appearance of an investigation into allegations of personal misconduct (denied by Sir Martin), the most persistent, outspoken, and, not to forget, most successful conglomerate of the advertising industry is …

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Marijuana Traces Can Be Measured in Canadian Wastewater: Shots

Dan Burgard, a chemist at the University of Puget Sound, keeps a freezer full of archived samples from two Western Washington wastewater treatment facilities in case he needs to rehearse or analyze a particular drug that he has not tested for the first time Has. Dan Burgard hide caption toggle caption Dan Burgard Dan Burgard, a chemist at the University …

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