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It’s not just your imagination: life in America really has become more unpleasant this year. According to a new Gallup report, American wellbeing fell by a “statistically significant and meaningfully large” amount from 2016 to 2017. The drops were largest among women, minorities, Democrats and low-income Americans.   “Wellbeing” in this case is based on
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The emerging new physics myth of quark fusion is far more complicated than the myth of thermonuclear furnace that believed to exist at the core of our star. However, the fantasy notion of quark fusion is supposed to involve the fusion of elementary particles known as quarks. These elementary particles (quarks) are considered to be
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Heavy rain and floods that hit Bangladesh this year have hurt prospects for rice area and production in the nation, forcing the country to brace itself for another season of highly probable less productive rice season. Bangladesh, once major rice produced, has become a major rice importer. According to data provided by Global Agricultural Information Network (GAIN), the Foreign
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Using hundreds of satellite radar images the team, working with Geomatic Ventures Limited (GVL), an innovative University spin-out company, created a complete map of mainland Scotland. The map covers a two-year period from 2015 to 2017 and was created using Intermittent Small Baseline (ISBAS) analysis, a novel satellite remote sensing technique. It showed that small
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East Asian summer monsoon (EASM) is one of the most dominant climate systems in East Asia. The anomalous EASM can cause extremely high temperatures, floods or drought. And the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO), the dominating mode in the tropical Pacific, is the most important factor affecting EASM. Understanding the processes for interannual to interdecadal variability
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A 9-kilometre-wide asteroid hit Earth 66 million years ago near Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. The impact created a 180-kilometre-wide Chicxulub crater and caused the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event that wiped out 75 per cent of Earth’s biodiversity which included almost all of the dinosaurs. However, a study published in the Nature journal Scientific Reports found that the
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Researchers from the University of Calgary and their international colleagues have discovered the meteorite remnants from a large fireball that illuminated British Columbia, Canada at 05:11 UTC on September 5, 2017 (22:11 PDT, September 4). The size of this object was about 1 meter (3.3 feet) and its weight between 1 to 2 tonnes. Experts expect that interested people will
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Getty BLACKOUT: Matt Rogers says the media are covering up Nibiru. Nibiru conspiracy theorists claim mainstream newspapers and websites across the globe, at the request of governments, have collectively agreed not to reveal to the world that they know a mythical planetary system is making its way towards Earth. According to some Nibiru believers, every
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Heavy rains have been affecting northern and central Kenya since November 1, causing floods, casualties, and damage. As of early November 10, four people were reported dead and 70 families have been displaced in Marsabit County. In addition, 200 families were affected and dozens of homes damaged both in Marsabit and Meru counties. According to
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A bright fireball streaked across the sky over Arizona and California at 09:21 UTC (01:21 PST) on November 8, 2017. The event lasted some 3 seconds. The American Meteor Society received 17 reports by 13:00 UTC on November 10. The fireball was primarily seen from California, but users from Arizona and southern Nevada also reported
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Several people have reported hearing strange humming, loud booms, grinding metal and trumpet-like noises, according to a video which has gone viral. Christians fear such ominous messages could signal the end, as the Bible points out that trumpet sounds will be heard before the apocalypse begins. Revelation 8:10-11 says: “The third angel blew his trumpet,
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Several networks monitoring atmospheric radioactive contamination in Europe have detected Ruthenium 106, a radionuclide of artificial origin, at levels of a few milliBecquerels per cubic meter of air late September 2017. The news was widely reported by MSM across the world and by French IRSN, Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire, who immediately started an