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Washington-based Agni Energy, spearheaded by 25-year-old Demitri Hopkins, says its ‘beam-target’ blueprint will focus and control the elements required to achieve nuclear fusion more efficiently than previous designs – with a company spokesman hailing it as “a paradigm shift in power”. The Sun, like other stars, is a natural fusion reactor, and efforts to replicate
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Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker declared a state of emergency in Douglas, Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, and Iron counties on Monday, June 18, 2018, after severe thunderstorms beginning Saturday night dumped as much as 254 mm (10 inches) of rain on the already saturated ground. At least two people were killed and several injured. Material damage is expected
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The retired Canadian astronaut who charmed the world with his David Bowie covers sung aboard the International Space Station (ISS) is sceptical about humans reaching Mars. Speaking about the possibility of astronauts setting foot on the dusty planet, the Mr Hadfield said neither of the three big rocket companies have the technology needed to accomplish
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Despite being among the world’s most important scientists even 63 years after his death, new revelations about the German’s personal life have left some believing that Einstein probably was not a social genius. Recent revelations show he was not keen on other cultures, especially the Chinese, who he called “filthy, obtuse people”, and now excerpts
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That is apocalyptic! Strong floods washed away streets in Lake Linden, MI in Houghton County on June 17, 2018. These aftermath pictures by Steve Haagen are just amazing!  Prayers for the victims! And always be ready and prepared! Follow us: Facebook and Twitter Just amazing flooding pictures from Lake Linden, MI in Houghton County. Courtesy: Steve Haagen The post
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The bunker is situated beneath The Greenbrier, a luxury four-star resort near White Sulphur Springs, West Virignia. The high-class resort and hotel has attracted wealthy businessman, politicians and bankers since it was built in 1858. During World War II, the hotel was briefly used as a detention centre for diplomats of enemy countries. But rather
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It takes a particular kind of person to succeed in politics, but the psychological traits that make for leadership material could be more extreme than anybody ever realised. A first-of-its-kind analysis ranking state-level estimates of psychopathy across the continental United States and the District of Columbia has found Washington DC harbours the highest concentration of
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A weak positive polarity Coronal Hole High Speed Stream (CH HSS) affecting our planet since late June 17, 2018, sparked a G1 – Minor geomagnetic storm at 02:56 UTC on June 18. Solar wind parameters, as measured by the DSCOVR spacecraft located at the L1 point, were at near-background levels until just after 21:00 UTC on
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The world’s highest mountain has, in the last few decades, turned into the world’s highest-altitude rubbish dump, thanks to wealthy tourists who mindlessly leave a trail of disgusting refuse in their wake.   Since explorer Sir Edmund Hillary reached the 8,848-metre (29,029-foot) peak of Everest – known as Chomolungma in Tibet and Sagarmatha in Nepal
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There are currently many volcanoes erupting around the world. Here the latest updates. Eruption of Fernandina Island’s volcano in the Galapagos archipelago on June 16, 2018 On June 16, nine earthquakes hit off Fernandina Island in the Galapagos archipelago, starting at 8:37 am. The largest quake of this seismic swarm, a M4.1, occurred at 9:22