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New fossil analysis of the Jurassic dinobird Archaeopteryx shows the winged-beast would not have been able to fly long distances and would have tired very quickly. Scientists discovered that it would have only used its power of flight for short bursts and distances, most likely to escape dangerous situations. The Archaeopteryx, which translates as ‘Ancient
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Twitter may soon allow any user to sport the signature blue badge that already shows up on the accounts of many celebrities, athletes and public figures. The social networking platform’s chief executive said Thursday that the verification process is “very broken” in part because some people have seen the badge as an endorsement from the
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At least two people died and injuries were reported as strong thunderstorms struck parts of the South over the weekend. The hazardous storms began developing late Saturday night into early Sunday, producing large hail and damaging winds in parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Hailstones up to 3.5 inches in diameter were measured
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Kick ’em Jenny submarine volcano is showing signs of increased activity on March 12, 2018, forcing authorities to raise the alert level to Orange. The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) has been informed of ‘increased activities’ at the Kick ‘em Jenny submarine volcano located north of Grenada, the agency reports. The Government of Grenada through the
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That’s one of the most impressive video of a volcano explosive under a beautiful starry sky I have ever seen. What about you? And here some more impressive pictures: Powerful eruption at Shinmoedake volcano on March 10, 2018. via Youtube Powerful eruption at Shinmoedake volcano on March 10, 2018. via VK Powerful eruption at Shinmoedake volcano on
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Up is down… I’m telling you! Many environmentalists who once supported the U.S. ethanol policy are now regretting their decision as data shows the corn-based fuel is wiping out the country’s monarch butterfly population as a new report shows the monarch butterfly population declined nearly 15 percent during the past winter. String of Monarchs wintering
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The body of Chinese Long March 3B rocket, also known as CZ-3B, launched December 10, 2017, re-entered Earth’s atmosphere around 05:52 UTC on March 10 over Paraguay, creating a spectacular show. The American Meteor Society (AMS) received just one witness report via its partner Exoss and archived it as AMS event #960-2018. However, the event
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All day long, we’re inundated by interruptions and alerts from our devices. Smartphones buzz to wake us up, emails stream into our inboxes, notifications from coworkers and far away friends bubble up on our screens, and “assistants” chime in with their own soulless voices.   Such interruptions seem logical to our minds: we want technology
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It’s getting easier and easier to stick with last year’s model than upgrading to the latest one. New smartphones are only getting incremental updates over their predecessors these days, and that’s the case with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9.   That’s not to say the Galaxy S9 isn’t a superb smartphone. It’s absolutely one