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Mysterious seismic waves rippling around the world and puzzle scientists

As if the recently published government climate report did not worry you enough (catastrophic heatwaves, costly floods and dangerously poor air quality), mysterious seismic waves have been raging all over the world recently … and no one can figure out why. The activity was recorded on November 11, just before 9.30 UT, according to a report by National Geographic . …

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Static waves appear on some OnePlus 6T displays (VIDEO)

Some posts found in the OnePlus Product Forum (via Android Police) complain of a static wave that some OnePlus 6T users see on their screens. These complaints date back to the first week of this month and now include a total of three pages of posts related to this issue. In addition, a video posted by a OnePlus 6T user …

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Strange seismic waves were recorded around the world on November 11th. Now the seismologists are trying to figure out why

Seismic sensors for the first time attacked the event that developed near an island between Madagascar and Africa. Then alarm bells rang to Chile, New Zealand and Canada. Hawaii, almost exactly on the other side of the planet, also has the & # 39; event & # 39; addressed. Nobody knows what it was. 19659004] Meteorite? Submarine volcano nuclear test? …

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Megyn Kelly's morning show will not return to NBC radio waves

Megyn Kelly's NBC morning show will not return to the network's broadcasting time, NBC News said Friday, citing a spokesman. "& # 39; Megyn Kelly Today & # 39; does not return," the spokesman was quoted as saying. "Next week, 9:00 am will be hosted by other TODAY co-anchors." Kelly started her talk show "Megyn Kelly Today" on NBC after …

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Physicists created a "mysterious waveform" to study gravitational waves

Composition: NASA and Pixabay There was a time when physics experiments could be performed with two weighted balls and a tower in Pisa (though Galileo is famous) experiment is most likely apocryphal). Today scientists need a rocket, a special rubidium isotope, some lasers, and a few minutes of free fall to do their experiments. At least you need a Bose-Einstein …

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Gravitational waves showed the size of neutron stars

Astrophysicists used all available data on the event GW170817. Astrophysicists were able to calculate the radius of neutron stars, light and gravitational signals from the fusion, which was registered in August 2017. The uncertainty in the estimates of this parameter has significantly deterred scientists from understanding the physics of their interior objects. This writes the Chronicle.info with reference to rambler.ru. …

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Scientists achieve first ever acceleration of electrons in plasma waves – ScienceDaily

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) – operators of the world's largest particle physics lab – near Geneva, Switzerland, is said to be the largest particle accelerator in the world. 27 kilometers in circumference, as deep as 175 meters beneath the French-Swiss border. This, by the way, has helped scientists uncover the Higgs …

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