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Why 2020 is the year of the black holes

The 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics was shared by Roger Penrose, a mathematical physicist, for his work on the theoretical basis of black holes and astronomers Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez, who led independent teams to verify the existence of such a black hole at the center our Milky Way. Penrose showed that the consequence of Albert Einstein’s general theory …

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A year ago this company had 750 customers. Today it has 6,000

Seattle upstart Bottomless set out to make that “just right” aspect a reality by creating a coffee subscription company that does the re-ordering process automatically and determine the ideal day when the next bag of beans lands on your doorstep by using intelligent scales to determine when you are slowly running out. “We were obsessed with the question, ‘What if …

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Hunter Biden emails were bought for $ 5 million in Ukraine last year: Time

Hunter Biden’s alleged emails shared by the New York Post last week were shopped for $ 5 million in Ukraine last year while Rudy Giuliani was meeting with officials and business people there, Time magazine reported on Wednesday. Two people told Time that the emails addressed them. One said the price was $ 5 million and that the person making …

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The stock market is expected to fall next year – and is not prepared for two big risks, says Deutsche Bank’s asset management arm

There’s no alternative, or TINA, was a pretty solid investment strategy for those on the stock market wave. However, it has its limits for Deutsche Bank’s international investment bureau, as the team has set a 12-month price target for the S&P 500 SPX. + 0.47% from 3,300 to the end of September 2021. The S&P 500 ended on Tuesday at …

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Polluted air kills half a million babies a year around the world

Last year’s air pollution caused the premature death of nearly half a million babies in their first month of life, with most infants living in developing countries, data shows. Exposure to air pollutants is also harmful to babies in the womb. It can cause premature birth or low birth weight. Both factors are linked to higher child mortality. Nearly two-thirds …

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Orionids, one of the best meteor showers of the year, peak tonight

After a short break from meteor activity, the annual Orionid meteor shower is back to bring shooting stars into the night sky. It can be seen from October 2 through November 7, when the earth goes through the debris from Halley’s comet, but this week it will peak on Tuesday October 20 and Wednesday October 21. And it’s not the …

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NASA astronaut Christina Koch reports on the 1 year anniversary of the first spacewalk for women

NASA astronaut Christina Koch reflected on her participation in the first all-woman spacewalk before its one year anniversary on Sunday (October 18). A year ago Koch and her colleague Jessica Meir were who were both part of the 2013 astronaut class – The first and only astronaut class that consisted of 50% women – participated in the very first spacewalk …

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The melting Alaska glacier could trigger a mega tsunami this year

An unprecedented “mega-tsunami” could be caused by a melting Alaska glacier, scientists have warned. The experts concerned claim that the catastrophic event could occur even within the next 12 months if melting ice triggers a landslide of unstable rocks. If it isn’t soon, they think the “mega-tsunami” is likely to take place in the next two decades. The potential disaster …

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24 million year old baby megashark nursery discovered in South Carolina

About 24 million years ago, baby shark ancestors called the giant animal Megalodon We needed a place to grow up before heading out into the open ocean. So they swam around a seaside town full of easy-to-catch prey – a kindergarten in what is now South Carolina, new research says. So far, scientists have only known about two fossil shark …

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Nazca Lines: Archaeologists discover a 2000 year old cat figure in Peru

Written by Oscar Holland, CNN According to the country’s Ministry of Culture, a giant cat figure was discovered in southern Peru, carved into a dry hill over 2,000 years ago. The ancient geoglyph, 37 meters in diameter, is part of the Nazca Lines, a collection of hundreds of mysterious works of art etched onto a plateau 250 miles south of …

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