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93 Cosmic Alignments Of Quasars Across Billions Of Light Years

Heart of the matter ... An alignment of quasars on a cosmic scale would indicate a “missing ingredient” in our understanding of the origins of our universe. Source: NASA Source: Supplied

There are cosmic alignments over the largest structures ever discovered in the Universe – the rotation axes of the central supermassive black holes in quasars billions of light years apart are parallel to each other.   “The alignments in the ...

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Louisiana: We’re Bringing Black Bear Back

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Louisiana is singing: “We’re bringing black bear back.”  According to a new study by the U.S. Geological Survey, the Louisiana black bear or Ursus americanus luteolus, is now reportedly going to survive for another 100 years. The newest data reveals ...

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Sushi Eaters Endanger Bluefin Tuna

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The Pacific bluefin tuna are in trouble. According to a press release from IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), the sushi trend of the past two decades may have severe, unforeseen consequences. The Pacific bluefin tuna may be headed ...

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US Spending $325 Million For Supercomputers


Friday the U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz announced two awards worth a total of 325 million dollars to construct a pair of supercomputers that will be the world’s fastest–at least three times faster than China’s Tianhe-2—thereby reclaiming the top ...

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Solar System’s Formation Clues Uncovered By Primeval Meteorite Magnetic Fields.

Meteorite/ Photo: ScienceNews

Probably the most precise laboratory measurements made of magnetic fields held in grains inside a primeval meteorite are providing significant clues to the way the early solar system developed. The recent study states that, “Shock waves moving with the cloud ...

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Male Chimpanzees: Bullying Means More Mating


Bullying gets you laid. In the human world that just sounds wrong.  Chimpanzees, however, are not human. Chimpanzees have a simpler world. According to a recent study published in the US journal Current Biology, scientists from Arizona State have concluded ...

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Study: Aggressive Male Chimpanzees More Likely To Mate & Have Offspring

Aggressive male chimpanzees who use their strength to sexually intimidate females leave more offspring than more passive males, a new study has found. Photo: Wikipedia

Aggressive male chimps are more likely than timid members of the colonies to engage in frequent mating and father offspring, according to a new finding from Arizona State University. Male chimpanzees can frequently attack females during the mating process. Some ...

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Elon Musk Makes Microsatellites?


High-tech entrepreneur Elon Musk recently confirmed that he is now working on a space web of compact microsatellites that could provide wireless internet across the globe. According to a Twitter message the SpaceX CEO and Tesla automaker posted: SpaceX “is still ...

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Rosetta’s Philae Probe Lands On Comet 67P (VIDEO) AMAZING!


Philae Probe Creates History By Soft Landing On Comet 67P Surface.   Rosetta Mission Philae Probe Lands On Comet VIDEO Rosetta #CometLanding The European Space Agency scientists have confirmed on Wednesday that the Philae probe landed on the surface of ...

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Dead Zones Dangerously Doubling

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According to a new study by Smithsonian Institution researchers published yesterday in the journal Global Change Biology, global warming is playing a potentially larger role than previously thought in dead zones in lakes, oceans and rivers across the globe and ...

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