Month: January 2020

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. The official investigation concluded that that its final resting place was the southern Indian Ocean based on data collected by British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat. Inmarsat’s satellite 3F1 had been communicating with MH370
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Worrying about what other people think at work is something women have to contend with far more than men, a small new study suggests. The experiment included only 32 participants, but economists in Germany say their “clear and consistent” findings are thorough evidence of a newly-identified gender discrepancy.   Experiments have found that when people
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Just days ago, the Doomsday Clock’s big hand was pushed 20 seconds forward, placing the world just 100 seconds from complete devastation. Announced by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, the statement cited nuclear war and climate change as “two simultaneous dire existential dangers” facing the world. Chillingly, a computer simulator from 1973 predicted this decline
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According to the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, the “Calming of the Storm” miracle tells how Jesus Christ was woken during a “furious tempest” by his disciples. Jesus is reported to have said “Peace! Be still” to which the wind eased and the waves calmed before they travelled to “the land of the Gadarenes,” a destination long debated
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They were the largest animals to ever walk the Earth: sauropods, a dinosaur clade of such immense size and stature, they’re sometimes dubbed ‘thunder lizards’. These towering hulks – including Brontosaurus, Brachiosaurus, and Diplodocus among others – needed four thick, powerful legs to support and transport their massive bodies. At least, most of the time.
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Many think of dogs as loyal, love-filled companions, and cats as cute beasts that tolerate us – but we might have to rethink that a little. According to 2019 research, cats can get just as bonded to their human friends as dogs do.   This may not come as a huge surprise to those who
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Sightings of Bigfoot have surged in recent days, after traffic cameras in Washington state appear to capture a mysterious creature. Footage from the Washington State Department of Transportation revealed an ape-like human walking on its foot across a snowy field. The video, which was posted on Twitter, sent the Internet into a meltdown, as conspiracy
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Over the years, Star Trek has been responsible for inspiring real world innovations from tablet computers to needleless injection devices and real time translators. Now, the science fiction franchise appears to have influenced Space Force, the US military’s newest branch, in its choice of logo: a symbol resembling an arrowhead ringed by an orbiting object