Month: April 2019

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China aims to construct a next-generation 100-km proton-proton circular electron-positron collider that will dwarf the European facility. The giant underground collider is designed to fire protons at near light speed and smash them together to mass produce the transient Higgs bosons for intensive study. about to build a huge 100 km in diameter collider to
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The quote asserted “when the great cathedral glows red, so will begin the descent of man”. Nostradamus was a 16th-century French astrologer, regarded by some as having predicted a range of future events. However according to analysis from fact-checking website Snopes.com Nostradamus never wrote the alleged words in any of his primary works. Nostradamus is
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Nebraska has been destroyed by dramatic floods in March 2019 and is still counting its losses. Meanwhile, Stephanie Roan Bastean, a woman living in Henderson is helping the wildlife, living around her place, to cope with the new and sad situation. Post flooding Nebraska wildlife: skunk and racoon. Picture via Stephanie Roan Bastean‎ / Facebook
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A 6.1-magnitude earthquake has jolted Hualien, Taiwan, causing highrises in Taipei to sway violently and school children to flee their classrooms in eastern Yilan county on April 18, 2019 (UTC). The same city was hit by a magnitude 6.4 earthquake last year that killed 17 people. A strong M6.1 earthquake hit Hualien, Taiwan on April
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Heavy storms continually recurred throughout Iraq during the period from 24-March to 2-April when severe weather finally eased, damaging buildings, homes, businesses and leaving thousands of people homeless. Similarly, tons of rain flood desertic Saudi Arabia over the two last weeks. While some villages and cities were almost completely abandoned, some disgusting black beetles are
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The supposed UFOs were photographed “buzzing past” the Chinese Tiangong spacecraft during a docking sequence back in 2011. The UFO claims resurfaced this week after popular conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring shared his own analysis of the footage. Mr Waring, who runs the website UFO Sightings Daily, claimed the video shows “small UFOs” or alien
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It was unprecedented. In 2017, astronomers discovered the first known interstellar object in our Solar System: ‘Oumuamua, a mysterious cigar-shaped enigma, identified as our first visitor from outer, outer space.   But just because ‘Oumuamua was the first detected interstellar object, doesn’t mean it was the first ever. Just five years ago, in fact, Earth’s
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The 856-year-old French cathedral partially collapsed on Monday night, April 15, when a raging fire tore through Notre-Dame’s roof and spire. Parisian firefighters tackling the blaze, which started around 6.30pm local time (5.30pm BST), have managed to extinguish the last flames on Tuesday morning, April 16. As a result of the tragic fire, the 12-century’s
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The French astrologer’s frightening prophecies have baffled critics and followers alike for centuries. A Berkeley University lecturer has noted the prediction on her blog. Jessica Adams, who lectures in English at the California institution, noticed Nostradamus used the word “emotions” as did French President Emmanuel Macron in his response to the fire. Ms Adams explained
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Outrage is sparking worldwide as news of the recently discovered Russian “whale jail” continues to spread. Activists and concerned authorities from around the world are now putting pressure on the Russian government to release the 100 young whales currently being held captive in Srednyaya Bay. Why are 100 whales being kept in a “whale jail”
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Scientists have developed a first-of-its-kind device that generates electricity from nothing other than the natural phenomenon of snowfall. Based upon the principles of the triboelectric effect, in which electrical charge is generated after two materials come into contact with one another, the researchers’ new technology exploits the fact that snow particles carry a positive electrical