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NASA Terror: The Planet Twilight Zone in Real Life with the Endless Ocean of Cooking Lava | Science | news

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory published shocking details about exoplanet horror. An exoplanet or extrasolar planet is a planet outside the solar system. 55 Cancri e is an orbiting exoplanet of its sun-like host star 55 Cancri A. In a blog post, NASA wrote: "Imagine an ocean of boiling lava that will never end. "This is the entire surface of 55 …

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Scientists are studying ocean levels 125,000 years ago, and it's a terrifying look at our future

The sea level rose 10 meters over the current level during the last warm period of the earth 125,000 years ago. This emerges from new research that provides insight into our current evolution of climate change. Our article published today in Nature Communications shows that Antarctic melting ice was the main reason for sea level rise during the last interglacial …

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"In My Room" by Frank Ocean Review

The first two-thirds of Frank Ozean's recent new song "In My Room" are nice, if almost disposable. He sings loosely about a romantic partner and drops references to watches and poppers by Richard Mille. In fact, he taps more than just singing, and he sounds over the repetitive, heavy-lid punch, zooms through the verses in a low voice, and sometimes …

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The asteroid that killed dinosaurs triggered rapid ocean acidification

A massive asteroid hit Mexico today 66 million years ago. The impact contributed to the extinction of dinosaurs and to 75% of the earth's life at that time. The asteroid crash caused a kilometer-high tsunami, forest fires and the release of billions of tons of sulfur, which extinguished the sun and the earth, cooled the planet and killed many land-living …

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"We should be worried": Study confirms fears that an intense acidification of the ocean suggests an ecological collapse

The acidification of the Earth's oceans, where climatologists warn that continued carbon emissions have a dangerous impact, has led to a mass extinction 66 million years ago, according to a new study. Small-shelled marine organisms survived the meteorite that hit Earth and extinguished the dinosaurs, as researchers from the GFZ's Geoscience Research Center in Potsdam reported, but the ensuing high …

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New Teamfight Tactics Class and Origin Revealed: Magicians and Ocean

Set 2 of Teamfight Tactics introduces a new cast of characters, origins and classes, as well as a larger hex board. And now the fans have a first look at the Ocean Mage thrown. Riot Games has allowed various content authors to reveal new and exciting information about the future of today's auto-tattooer. The YouTuber and Twitch streamer Jonas "Sp4zie" …

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Frank Ocean releases new song "DHL": Listen

Frank Ocean returns with a new song titled "DHL". On Saturday afternoon (October 19), Ocean released the title in the comeback episode of his radio show "Beats 1" Blonded is hosted with Vegyn and Roof Access. This happened just days after he opened his new queer club night PrEP +, where he showed a preview of additional new music. For …

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Frank Ocean addresses criticism of his Queer Club Night

Frank Ocean has written a long note to Tumblr, in which he criticized his queer club night PrEP +, which began last night in New York City. According to a press release, PrEP + praised "the New York club scene of the 1980s, when the drug … was invented in this era". In the note, Ocean reports rumors that it …

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Say goodbye to this ocean surveillance satellite

The Jason 2 / OSTM satellite provided insights into ocean currents and sea-level rise with tangible benefits for ocean forecasting, meteorology, and climate change understanding. These observations are continued by his successor Jason-3. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech The Jason-2 / Ocean Surface Topography Mission (OSTM), the third in a US-European series of satellite measurements to measure sea surface elevation, successfully …

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