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Yasiel Puig waves, kisses against twins

MINNEAPOLIS – Yasiel Puig just wanted to make sure his opponents knew he was safe. When the new Indian outfielder rode for second base on a Jose Ramirez single on Friday night, he turned and waved MINNEAPOLIS – Yasiel Puig wanted to make sure his opponents knew he was safe is. When the new Indian outfielder rode for second place …

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Heat waves kill coral reefs much faster than previously thought: study

SYDNEY: Marine heatwaves kill coral reefs much faster than previously thought, according to a new study released Friday (August 9). Scientists know that rising sea temperatures due to global warming can severely damage the reefs, a process of "bleaching" where high temperatures kill the colorful algae and nourish the corals. Ad Ad READ: Great Barrier Reef Authority breaks with Australian …

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& # 39; Surprise & # 39; Ocean heat waves are becoming more common

Photo: Getty There are two types of surprises: good and bad. Win the lottery? Well. Extreme heat waves that cook the oceans more regularly and ruin the fisheries that millions of people rely on? Extremely bad. However, this is our current situation, which is likely to worsen as the oceans continue to warm. A new study, published Monday in the …

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Hypnotic animations show how seismic waves spread across Mars

Hypnotic animation shows how seismic waves spread across Mars months after NASA's InSight Lander recorded earthquakes on the red planet for the first time. NASA announced in April that the InSight lander had recorded its first Marsquake with its SEIS instrument. [19659003] According to NASA, tremors on different planets behave differently, depending on which material they need to travel. Scientists …

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13-foot waves along the Gulf Coast of Alabama possible

BARRY: 13-foot waves along the Gulf Coast of Alabama possible Updated: 19:14 CDT July 11, 2019 As tropical storm Barry nears the Gulf Coast, people are warned to stay away from the water as flooding and high surf levels can occur. In Gulf Shores, Ala, double red flags blew on Thursday, signaling that swimming was not allowed due to dangerous …

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Physicists use light waves to accelerate super currents and enable ultrafast quantum computing

Researchers have demonstrated a light-induced acceleration of super currents that could enable practical applications of quantum mechanics such as arithmetic, detection, and communication. Picture credits: Jigang Wang / Iowa State University Jigang Wang patiently explained his latest discovery in quantum control, which could lead to super-fast quantum-mechanics computing: He mentioned light-induced superconductivity without an energy gap. He raised banned super …

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Heat waves across the country cook shells and buckle roads.

Jackie Sones, a research coordinator at the Bodega Marine Reserve, has been working on a Bodega Bay for 15 years and has never seen such a sight before. "When I approached the field site, I could tell right away hundreds of shells were dead," Sones told CNN on Monday. When she carried out further research, she found that not only …

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First detection of polarized radio waves in gamma ray burst jets

An artistic representation of a gamma-ray burst jet over time and small patches of existing magnetic fields, new research has revealed. Credit Kitty Yeung. Luck and the very latest scientific equipment have enabled scientists to observe a gamma-ray burst beam with a radio telescope and to detect the polarization of radio waves for the first time – bringing us closer …

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Prince Louis waves at the conquest of the color 2019

Prince Louis and Kate Middleton's 1-year-old son, Prince Louis, made his public debut today at Trooping the Color, the sovereign's annual birthday celebration. He quickly became the center of his attention, waving to the crowd uninterruptedly. He also pointed to the planes that flew over him and clapped with the crowd. The public debut of Prince Louis could not be …

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