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Science: CANAVERAL - orbit - ambitious - leap
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX’s first private flight streaked into orbit Wednesday night with two…
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX’s first private flight streaked into orbit Wednesday night with two contest winners, a health care worker and their rich sponsor, the most ambitious l…
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Science: Complex 39-A - five-hour - SpaceX Falcon
SpaceX launched four ordinary citizens into orbit Wednesday night without any professional\u00a0astronauts along…
SpaceX launched four ordinary citizens into orbit Wednesday night without any professional\u00a0astronauts along for the ride, an unprecedented feat.
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Science: amusement - dawn
Today, four civilians will be launched into space.
Today, four civilians will be launched into space. What does this mean for the future of space travel? Will space become the next amusement park?
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Science: Dallas - Artemis - astronauts - missions
…and all of them white. But that will...
Since astronauts first walked on the moon 52 years ago, only 12 people have landed on the surface — all of them men, and all of them white. But that will...
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Politics: nuclear-powered - A UKUSKUS - AUKUS - correspondent
The move could be seen as a message to China.
The move could be seen as a message to China. As part of the new AUKUS partnership, Australia will get its first fleet of nuclear-powered submarines.
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Science: 29-year-old - tumor - rods - Memphis - physician
…metal rods in her left leg to replace bones destroyed by a tumor.
One is a 29-year-old physician assistant living in Memphis, a cancer survivor with metal rods in her left leg to replace bones destroyed by a tumor.
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Science: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory - handful
…at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are seeking...
The failure of Nazi Germany’s nuclear program is well established. What is less documented is how a handful of uranium cubes, possibly produced by the Nazis, ended up in the U.S. Scientists at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are seeking...
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Science: Western Desert - semi-aquatic - prehistoric
…lived 43 million years ago. The fossil was found in Egypt's Western Desert.
The prehistoric whale, known as semi-aquatic because it lived both on land and sea, sported features of an accomplished hunter and believed to have lived 43 million years ago. The fossil was found in Egypt's Western Desert.
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butterfly - Patty Witt - David Witt - reputations
Some plants with weedy reputations do have biological value.
What's good for a butterfly isn't often a favorite of a farmer or gardener. Some plants with weedy reputations do have biological value.
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reverse pass-through VR - Nathan Matsuda - bolstering
…outside the virtual world. So far, the project looks a little creepy.
Facebook wants you to make eye contact with people outside the virtual world. So far, the project looks a little creepy.
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Science: Chris Sembroski - spaceflight - CANAVERAL - orbit
…only four tourists. One of them is Chris Sembroski, 42, a data engineer and former Air...
For the first time in 60 years of human spaceflight, a rocket is poised to blast into orbit with no professional astronauts on board, only four tourists. One of them is Chris Sembroski, 42, a data engineer and former Air...
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Science: carbon-capture - Derrick Penner - inject - basalt
Researchers at the University of Victoria are involved in a carbon-capture experiment that will inject CO2 into…
Researchers at the University of Victoria are involved in a carbon-capture experiment that will inject CO2 into basalt off B.C.'s coast.
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Science: wuttisak - PROMCHOO - Grist - soil
The lead is still there in the soil
The lead is still there in the soil
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Crime: Wildlife Service - eDNA - sampling - sample
…Service announced Friday it detected bighead carp DNA in a water sample taken in June from the Milwaukee River.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Friday it detected bighead carp DNA in a water sample taken in June from the Milwaukee River.
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Science: SpaceX Falcon - three-day - Jared Isaacman
…a new milestone in Elon Musk’s quest to send everyday...
A SpaceX rocket is set to launch four civilians into orbit for a three-day voyage circling the Earth, a new milestone in Elon Musk’s quest to send everyday...
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Science: wildland - sponge - faring - beckoning - begging
…faring — and what they're watching in the forecasts.
The summer's extreme heat wave squeezed out the sponge and set up a historic drought in Washington state. Here's how farmers, well watchers and wildland firefighters are faring — and what they're watching in the forecasts.
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Science: daunting - Artemis - NASA Inspector General
…would use has suffered setbacks and...
Ever since the White House directed NASA to return astronauts to the moon by 2024 as part of its Artemis program, there have been all sorts of daunting challenges: The rocket the space agency would use has suffered setbacks and...
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Science: National Aeronautics - mankind - astronaut - moon
According to a recent report by the National…
It looks like mankind won’t be going back to the moon … on schedule, at least. According to a recent report by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s inspector general, astronaut suits…
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Science: human-sized - 23rd - NASA - shipment
…avocados and a human-sized robotic arm is on its way to…
A SpaceX shipment of ants, avocados and a human-sized robotic arm is on its way to the International Space Station
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Science: juvenile - sample - ocean
…research expedition off of Massachusetts last month.
Great white shark researchers were able to sample, tag, and release three juvenile sharks during their ocean research expedition off of Massachusetts last month.
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14th - National Hurricane Center
…rain and storms to much of the Texas coast.
The 14th named Atlantic storm of the year has formed, and it is expected to bring heavy rain and storms to much of the Texas coast.
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Science: identities - Pew Research Center - sexes
…a new Pew Research Center survey finds.
A growing share of U.S. adults say they know someone who is transgender or goes by gender-neutral pronouns, a new Pew Research Center survey finds.
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Science: Moon Against - Alexander Rieber - observations
…lack of atmosphere and darkness could…
The Moon's lack of atmosphere and darkness could offers unique observations of the universe
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Science: unnecessarily - coping - oftentimes - intrigued
Setting goals can be a good way to form a new habit, but what if you get off track? Here's how I'm coping with failing my new routine.
Setting goals can be a good way to form a new habit, but what if you get off track? Here's how I'm coping with failing my new routine.
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Science: mysteries - biology - explore - illness
Two new books about neuroscience explore the biology of the brain and the mysteries of mental illness
Two new books about neuroscience explore the biology of the brain and the mysteries of mental illness
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Science: American Airlines Flight - World Trade Center
DRACUT — This year marks the 20th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center.
DRACUT — This year marks the 20th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center. Dracut resident Capt. John Ogonowski was the pilot of American Airlines Flight 11, which struck the Nor…
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Science: Elon Musk’s SpaceX - blasting - CANAVERAL - verge
SpaceX is on the verge of blasting a billionaire into orbit with his two contest winners and a health care worker who…
SpaceX is on the verge of blasting a billionaire into orbit with his two contest winners and a health care worker who survived childhood cancer.
…measuring device on Mars is providing the first detailed look at the red planet (illustration)'s interior,… NASASeattletimes
Science: quake-measuring - CANAVERAL - molten - frigid
…surprisingly thin crust and a hot molten core beneath the frigid surface. In a series of articles...
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A quake-measuring device on Mars is providing the first detailed look at the red planet's interior, revealing a surprisingly thin crust and a hot molten core beneath the frigid surface. In a series of articles...
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York City - uncommon - stifling - website - scholarship
NEW YORK — The 9/11 museum in New York City is backing off uncommon restrictions on…
NEW YORK — The 9/11 museum in New York City is backing off uncommon restrictions on researchers after complaints that the institution was stifling scholarship.
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Science: lab-leak - McNish - overlooked - theories - conspiracy
Fear of conspiracy theories meant lab-leak theory long overlooked
Fear of conspiracy theories meant lab-leak theory long overlooked
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Science: Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh - Lone Star
Experts say the uptick in abortion restrictions took off when President Trump named…
Experts say the uptick in abortion restrictions took off when President Trump named Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in 2018.
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Health: emissions
…emissions – resurrecting the extinct woolly mammoth.
A company launched on Monday has a unique approach to cutting global emissions – resurrecting the extinct woolly mammoth.
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Science: two-decade-long - megadrought - Lake Powell
…long megadrought along the river is set…
A two-decade-long megadrought along the river is set to push the Western seven states and parts of Mexico that rely on its flows into a formal shortage declaration.
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unwanted
New research has found that some men who…
New research has found that some men who have had COVID-19 might experience unwanted sexual side effects
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Science: business as usual - Occupational Safety - extreme-heat
The climate emergency forces us to permanently shift how we think about economic prosperity.
The climate emergency forces us to permanently shift how we think about economic prosperity. There’s no more runway for “business as usual”; our real work now is to rapidly and equitably pull back from the planetary brink.
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Science: Ig Nobels - discover - facial - dishonor - spoofs
Beards aren’t just cool and trendy — they might also…
Beards aren’t just cool and trendy — they might also be an evolutionary development to help protect a man’s delicate facial bones from a punch to the face
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Massachusetts Institute - Atomic Scientists - eluded
…which has eluded scientists for decades.
A startup founded by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology says it is nearing a technological milestone that could take the world a step closer to fusion energy, which has eluded scientists for decades.
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HP Pavilion - e-mail - BIOS - laptop - bootup
Patrick Marshall answers your personal tech questions.
Patrick Marshall answers your personal tech questions.
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three-way - Darrian Traynor - AUUKUS
…way pact known as AUUKUS.
One source said there is a nuclear-defense infrastructure to the three-way pact known as AUUKUS.
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Politics: Michael Bang Petersen - President-elect Joe Biden
Social scientist Michael Bang Petersen on…
Social scientist Michael Bang Petersen on why people believe outrageous lies — as a tool in violent group conflict
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Culture: sustaining - traced - Amazon - Princeton University
…millions will need to leave it.
The Amazon founder’s vision to colonize space is traced to a Princeton professor who argued that to save our planet, millions will need to leave it.
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Dining: 2-foot-high - Anthropology - bemusing - amusing
…with plans to roll onto more campuses this year.
The funny little 2-foot-high cooler-like robots rolling around college campuses are the next evolution in food delivery. Grubhub and Ohio State recently showed off the new technology with plans to roll onto more campuses this year.
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Science: time-exposure - astronomers - Texans - telescopes
North Texans who happened to look up at the sky about 9 Sunday night may have…
North Texans who happened to look up at the sky about 9 Sunday night may have glimpsed the streak of a large green shooting star before it burst into a...
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News: Lockheed Martin - Courtesy - contractor - newest
…opens the gate to its aircraft factory in the desert.
The world's largest defense contractor opens the gate to its aircraft factory in the desert.
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Science: Chris Cassidy - Navy SEAL - uniting - rendering
This project is truly uniting America,” said Chris Cassidy, who will take the helm of the new museum.
This project is truly uniting America,” said Chris Cassidy, who will take the helm of the new museum.
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grocery - rows
…which owns the grocery chain, said Wednesday that it will…
NEW YORK — There will be something missing at two Whole Foods stores opening next year: the rows of cashiers. Amazon, which owns the grocery chain, said Wednesday that it will bring its cashier-les…
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Finance: orbiting - analyze - outpost - glitch - orientation
…impact on the orbiting outpost's systems.
A Russian space official says engineers will need to analyze whether a glitch that caused the International Space Station to spin out of its normal orientation could have any impact on the orbiting outpost's systems.
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Science: depositing - nudge - solving - recycling - bottle
Policymakers want to nudge us towards green behaviors.
Policymakers want to nudge us towards green behaviors. But solving climate change will take much more than that
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Science: Sonoma Biotherapeutics - Francisco Bay - biotech
…California's Bay Area. Sonoma Biotherapeutics, which recently raised $265 million, is the latest example.
A number of biotech companies have split operations between Seattle and California's Bay Area. Sonoma Biotherapeutics, which recently raised $265 million, is the latest example.
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Science: Clarksville - geological - 491-foot - scaffolding
…although they note the science still cannot predict when earthquakes will happen or how strong they will be.
Geological experts say the risk of earthquakes for Maryland and Virginia remains low to moderate following a small earthquake in Clarksville and ahead of the upcoming 10th anniversary of a larger earthquake in Virginia, although they note the science still cannot predict when earthquakes will happen or how strong they will be.
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Science: Canadian Press - quakes - locations - detect
It’s possible that two small quakes at different locations were detected as one event
It’s possible that two small quakes at different locations were detected as one event
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Science: Commerce Gina Raimondo - European USA - heels
…u00a0on the heels of the European Union\u00a0removing the USA from its safe travel list.
Italy is adding requirements for American travelers\u00a0on the heels of the European Union\u00a0removing the USA from its safe travel list.
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Science: Control Specialists - Comanche Peak - rekindled
WASHINGTON — The debate over plans for a new facility in West Texas that would…
WASHINGTON — The debate over plans for a new facility in West Texas that would store spent nuclear fuel from around the country has been rekindled after...
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Science: Matthew Siegler - Dallas Morning News - Heroy Hall
Matthew Siegler first got interested in space from watching movies like Star Wars.
Matthew Siegler first got interested in space from watching movies like Star Wars. These works of science fiction convinced him at an early age that...
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storm-battered - Cameron Parish - Scott Trahan
Tropical Storm Nicholas is strengthening just off the Gulf Coast and could blow ashore in Texas as a hurricane as it…
Tropical Storm Nicholas is strengthening just off the Gulf Coast and could blow ashore in Texas as a hurricane as it brings heavy rain and floods to coastal areas from Mexico to storm-battered Louisiana
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Jeff Bezos - Oliver Daemen - Blue Origin - Van Horn
Lots of people were delighted for many different reasons with Jeff Bezos’ flight into near space Tuesday.
Lots of people were delighted for many different reasons with Jeff Bezos’ flight into near space Tuesday. For us, it was the presence on board of our own...
Jeff Bezos - climate-neutral - Climate Pledge
…have been eagerly waiting to hear how Mr. “Climate Pledge” will be offsetting the greenhouse-gas and other climate...
Re: “On his ‘Best day ever!’ Jeff Bezos traveled to space — and spurred a backlash” : Climate-neutral future? I have been eagerly waiting to hear how Mr. “Climate Pledge” will be offsetting the greenhouse-gas and other climate...
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Science: The CDC - cautioning - stigma - smoker
…Inclusive Communication,” cautioning…
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a guide last week for “Inclusive Communication,” cautioning against using words like prisoner, smoker, illegal immigrant, disabled …
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Culture: Lloyd Austin - IISS Fullerton Lecture Tuesday
…senior Pentagon and military leaders.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin earlier this month outlined key elements of “responsible behavior in space,” in a memorandum to senior Pentagon and military leaders.
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Martha’s Vineyard - Biden - hailed - offshore - 15
The nation’s first offshore wind farm to be…
The nation’s first offshore wind farm to be built 15 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard was hailed by the Biden administration, but a better alternative would have been a nuclear power plant, accordi…
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Science: Milwaukee Mitchell International - descends - slabs
…25L at Milwaukee Mitchell International is being torn up and replaced with 50,000 cubic yards of new concrete.
The surface layer of runway 7R/25L at Milwaukee Mitchell International is being torn up and replaced with 50,000 cubic yards of new concrete.
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News: Democrat-driven - interruptions - centralized
…avoiding interruptions while slashing carbon emissions.
A cold snap in spring 2019 nearly toppled the Pacific Northwest's power grid. An expansion of the grid with longer power lines and centralized control centers is a key strategy in avoiding interruptions while slashing carbon emissions.
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precipitation - Illinois - swings - interruption
…leading to greater extremes from year to year.
Climate change is causing bigger swings in precipitation, leading to greater extremes from year to year.
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News: Protection Chief Thom Porter - forests - combating
But increasingly wildfires are burning them up instead.
Thousands of acres of forests have been set aside in the West to\u00a0help curb climate change. But increasingly wildfires are burning them up instead.
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resounding - purveyors - reveals - setback
…reveals a resounding victory for advocates of…
A new survey reveals a resounding victory for advocates of evolution and a setback for purveyors of pseudoscience
“stubborn” in stalled nuclear talks in Vienna (archive) for discussing Tehran’s missiles and regional… Matthias RippWashingtontimes
signaling - stubborn - tattered - Vienna - revive
Iran’s supreme leader on Wednesday called the U.S.
Iran’s supreme leader on Wednesday called the U.S.
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Chris Jacke - top-shared - Kevin Roose - York Times
PlayerAlumniResources.com was started by…
PlayerAlumniResources.com was started by former Green Bay Packers kicker Chris Jacke, and Facebook says it's the social media site's top-shared link.
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Science: paleontologists - Tyrannosaurus - bristling - snout
Paleontologists in Japan revealed that the Tyrannosaurus rex had a jaw bristling with…
Paleontologists in Japan revealed that the Tyrannosaurus rex had a jaw bristling with nerve endings and a sensitive snout and therefore did not just blindly chomp on whatever might have crossed its path.
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Science: Lehigh Valley - Mack Trucks - Joe Biden - Macungie
…last week delivered a rambling and bizarre answer to a question from CNN host Don Lemon…
President Joe Biden, 78, last week delivered a rambling and bizarre answer to a question from CNN host Don Lemon that prompted renewed questions about his mental acuity.
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Entertainment: Aleesha Harris - listened - caution
…isn't one that's best listened to while doing other things.
Joshua Jackson is quick to caution that his new audiobook isn't one that's best listened to while doing other things.
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Science: immense - Amazon - animated
…happy to never get asked those questions.
What is Amazon going to do over its immense carbon emissions? When will it raise wages? Jeff Bezos is happy to never get asked those questions.
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flocked - Kabul - Qatar - Taliban
Air Force plane going to Qatar.
As people in Kabul flocked to the airport in hopes of leaving Afghanistan, hundreds made their way into a U.S. Air Force plane going to Qatar.
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Special Representative - North Korea Sung Kim
…not have hostile intent” toward the country.
The Biden administration’s top diplomat for North Korea policy on Monday called for Pyongyang to consider restarting nuclear talks with the U.S. as he said America “does not have hostile intent” toward the country.
real-time - smartwatches - reassurance - fingertips
With the popularity of wearable fitness trackers and smartwatches, people have real-time health information at…
With the popularity of wearable fitness trackers and smartwatches, people have real-time health information at their fingertips. But they often don't know what to do with the data. Here is help, and reassurance, from experts.
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Politics: Global Warming Conspiracy Threatens Your Future
…devastating drought and ferocious wildfires…
After a decade of disputing the existence of climate change, many leading Republicans are shifting their posture amid deadly heat waves, devastating drought and ferocious wildfires that have bludgeoned their districts and unnerved their constituents back home.
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Science: Grapevine Saturday - 82-year-old - toast - accomplish
…they can toast her with a cool drink....
When fans of Wally Funk turn out to celebrate the newly crowned 82-year-old astronaut at the city’s parade Saturday, they can toast her with a cool drink....
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Science: Mayank Makhija NurPhoto - underrepresented
…Dalits are systematically underrepresented in…
Despite decades-old inclusion policies, Dalits are systematically underrepresented in science institutes in India
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Politics: Admiral Charles Richard - Alexander Hunter
…Admiral Charles Richard, commander of U.S.
On Aug. 12, Admiral Charles Richard, commander of U.S. Strategic Command, told us that we are witnessing a “strategic breakout by China.”
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Science: celebration - recognize
…with a parade and community celebration.
Grapevine will honor its hometown astronaut Wally Funk with a parade and community celebration. The city will recognize Funk, who lives in Grapevine, for...
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Health: Cheryl Chan - conversation - publishing
…said the study authors.
Phone calls, text messages and online audio and video chats were poor substitutes for face-to-face meet-ups for older people, said the study authors.
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Science: Kalyanaraman - farmworkers - artificial
Washington State University will lead a new federally funded research…
Washington State University will lead a new federally funded research institute that will look at how artificial intelligence can help tackle farming challenges related to climate change, weather, water supply and labor.
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Science: Texas Storm Chasers - Texans Sunday - exploding
…exploding over the area as it hurtled towards the earth. Texas Storm Chasers...
A meteorite was seen shooting across the sky by North Texans Sunday evening, exploding over the area as it hurtled towards the earth. Texas Storm Chasers...
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unpredictable - notoriously - ecosystem - mapping
Federal and Washington state officials are looking to technology to help battle wildfires…
Federal and Washington state officials are looking to technology to help battle wildfires across the country. A new satellite program being developed in the state could help in those efforts.
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Science: Mars Dune Alpha - 700-square-foot - 3D-printer
…NASA is looking for people to spend a year…
Help wanted: NASA is looking for people to spend a year pretending they are isolated on Mars
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Science: Agency Press Service - long-delayed - Roscosmos
…eight days after it was launched from…
MOSCOW — Russia’s long-delayed lab module successfully docked with the International Space Station on Thursday, eight days after it was launched from the Russian space launch facility in Baikonur, Kazakhstan.
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Politics: Dimashqiya - farmlands - Lebanese
…southern Lebanon a day earlier.
BEIRUT — The militant Hezbollah group said it fired a barrage of rockets near Israeli positions close to the Lebanese border on Friday, calling it retaliation for Israeli airstrikes on southern Lebanon a day earlier.
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Science: Jezero Crater - finger-sized - Perseverance - slabs
NASA’s newest Mars rover has come up empty in its first attempt to pick up a rock sample to…
NASA’s newest Mars rover has come up empty in its first attempt to pick up a rock sample to eventually be brought back to Earth.
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Culture: Oscar-Grammy-Golden Globe-winning - Best Dressed
Hailed as a DJ, Oscar-Grammy-Golden Globe-winning songwriter and producer as…
Hailed as a DJ, Oscar-Grammy-Golden Globe-winning songwriter and producer as well as Best Dressed and a patron and mentor to underprivileged students, England’s Mark Ronson is doing something intri…
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Science: tease - wherever - understands
Cassidy: Metavana’s Minh Duong-van is an unorthodox tamer of chaos
Cassidy: Metavana’s Minh Duong-van is an unorthodox tamer of chaos
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low-carbon - Army Engineers - install - condenser
Those in favor of mobile nuclear power for the battlefield claim it will provide unlimited, low-carbon energy
Those in favor of mobile nuclear power for the battlefield claim it will provide unlimited, low-carbon energy
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Monika Wieland Shields - San Juan Islands - pods
…one of three pods of southern residents, was last seen on April 10 in the San Juan Islands, said Monika Wieland Shields,…
J-Pod, one of three pods of southern residents, was last seen on April 10 in the San Juan Islands, said Monika Wieland Shields, director of Orca Behavior…
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deadliest - sinister - delving
PORTLAND, Maine — The release of about 3,000 pages of documents delving into the deadliest submarine disaster in U.S.
PORTLAND, Maine — The release of about 3,000 pages of documents delving into the deadliest submarine disaster in U.S. history has not yielded any sinister effort to hide the truth, a ret…
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Science: fall-time - snowstorms - pushback - squalls
…squalls and snowstorms. But Mass is getting serious pushback from other scientists for his views on climate science.
Seattle meteorologist Cliff Mass has been a trusted source for forecasts, writing on a popular blog ahead of heat waves, fall-time squalls and snowstorms. But Mass is getting serious pushback from other scientists for his views on climate science.
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Science: The Suicide Squad - AMC Boston Common - Warner Bros
Film review “The Suicide Squad” Rated R.
Film review “The Suicide Squad” Rated R. At AMC Boston Common, Regal Fenway, AMC South Bay and suburban theaters. Grade: B In 2016, Warner Bros. released “Suicide Squad.” This week, it releases “T…
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Science: President Joe Biden - Anthony Fauci - Greg Groesch
…in a bat or a pangolin or some other animal.
But President Joe Biden, top Democrats, and even Dr. Anthony Fauci have long contended that the virus emerged naturally at a wet market in Wuhan, in a bat or a pangolin or some other animal.
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Science: John Tresch - forging - universal
…John Tresch links Poe and the forging of…
In The Reason for the Darkness of the Night, John Tresch links Poe and the forging of American science
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Science: three-quarters - COVID
…around Fourth of July, CDC study shows.
Fully vaccinated people made up nearly three-quarters of COVID cases that occurred in a Massachusetts town around Fourth of July, CDC study shows.
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Patient Cooper - Jessica Paolello - well-fed
…temperatures soaring to 108 degrees.
Patient #2021-2732, a Cooper's hawk, was one of hundreds that came tumbling down during last month's heat wave, which on June 28 sent Seattle temperatures soaring to 108 degrees.
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Science: Wittman Regional - synonymous - weeklong
…astronauts who paved the path to the moon.
Wisconsin has a proud history in flight, from the visionary\u00a0who helped make\u00a0Oshkosh synonymous with aviation and World War II\u00a0aces to astronauts who paved the path to the moon.