Carbon-rich exoplanets may be made of diamonds

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The sun may have a long-lost twin

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Earth’s core is a billion years old

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NASA is monitoring a weird dent in the Earth’s magnetic field over the South Atlantic

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Researchers at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) are monitoring a slowly splitting dent in the South Atlantic Anomaly, or SAA, the region in Earth’s magnetic field that is weaker than the rest.

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Physicists watch quantum particles tunnel through solid barriers. Here’s what they found.

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Historic Summer Cold

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Historic July cold has been registered in Sweden.” Coldest month of July in almost 60 years. Norway is also Suffering its ‘Coldest Summer for 60 Years.’ 23 weather stations measured their lowest-ever July temperature. Several cold records shattered in The Netherlands in July. It has never been colder since the start of the measurements. Continue reading

5G Radiation Linked To Coronavirus Infection, New Study Suggests

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A new paper published in the Journal of Biological Regulators & Homeostatic Agents posits there may be a unique, causally connected relationship between 5G millimeter wave exposure and coronavirus  an idea which, though widely discussed early on in the global COVID crisis, was eventually dismissed as “conspiracy theory” by the mainstream media and government officials, resulting in widespread censorship on social media platforms.  Continue reading

Are Earth’s magnetic poles about to swap places? Strange anomaly gives clues.

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Deep inside the Earth, liquid iron is flowing and generating the Earth’s magnetic field, which protects our atmosphere and satellites against harmful radiation from the sun. This field changes over time, and also behaves differently in different parts of the world. The field can even change polarity completely, with the magnetic north and south poles switching places. This is called a reversal and last happened 780,000 years ago. Continue reading

Meteors more massive than the dinosaur-killing asteroid struck Earth 800 million years ago

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An artist’s illustration shows how craters on the moon preserve evidence of its violent past.

(Image: © Murayama/Osaka University)

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Scientists unveil largest 3D map of the universe ever

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Live Science podcast ‘Life’s Little Mysteries’ 40: Mysterious Archaeology

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What’s the most amazing thing about the universe?

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The universe’s clock might have bigger ticks than we imagine

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The smallest conceivable length of time might be no larger than a millionth of a billionth of a billionth of a billionth of a second. That’s according to a new theory describing the implications of the universe having a fundamental clock-like property whose ticks would interact with our best atomic timepieces.

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Satellite sees ‘Godzilla’ dust plume sweep across the Atlantic Ocean

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The electric hum of life may have originated with primordial lightning

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