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Healtcare – Universal Right Or It Has To Be Won First?

A lawsuit coming from 16 Kentuckians questioned the present laws of the health system. Hypocrite Oath is old-fashioned   They…

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Rare Event For Earth In July – Aphelion

  On Friday, 10:46, this week, Earth will witness a rare event that occurs only one time a year. It’s…

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NASA’s GRACE-FO Climate-Monitoring Satellites Successfully Tested Their Laser Ranging Interferometer Instruments

About a couple of months ago, in May, SpaceX deployed to orbit NASA’s new climate-monitoring satellites, but only approximately a month…

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Climate Change Affects The Interactions Between Plants And Pollinators More Then Expected

Some plants and pollinators relate to each other more frequently than to other species in the same environment. Up to…

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Solar Panels Powered By Bacteria Can Produce Energy Even In Low-Light Conditions

A new type of solar panels powered by bacteria developed by the researchers at the University of British Columbia takes…

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A Meteorite Might Exist at The Bottom of the Ocean

NASA teamed up with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in order to discover the remaining pieces of a meteorite…

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Newly Discovered Wasp Has a Giant Stinger

Wasps can be quite scary despite the fact that they are very small. Nonetheless, it appears that there are worse…

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The Kepler Space Telescope Era is Coming to an End

The Kepler Space Telescope was one of the most important NASA missions. However, the telescope is out of fuel which…

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Australia’s Reptiles Are Threatened By Invasive Species And Climate Change

Australia’s reptiles, mainly lizards and snakes, are endangered by invasive species and climate change, and 7% of them are on…

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The Europeans Build The World’s Most Powerful Particle Accelerator That Outperforms CERN, The ESS

On the outskirts of the Swedish town of Lund, between fields of crops and old windmills, one of the most…

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