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The 911 Calls Transcripts Of The Injured Apple Employees Have Emerged Online

More than a week ago, a lot of people laughed at Apple’s employees who were bumping into the glass doors…

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NASA Starts to Look for Alien Life on Mars, Saturn, Jupiter and… Earth?

We have gotten accustomed to NASA going out into the cosmos in order to look for signs of life in…

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Solar-to-Hydrogen Conversion to be Highly Improved

Another investigation indicates how nano-structuring can expand the proficiency of photo catalysts which has no metal by factor 11. This…

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3 Astronauts from International Space Station to Return Home Safely

Three astronauts came back from the International Space Station to the blanketed frosty -level grounds of Central Asia, finishing a…

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New Paper Reveals that an Extra-Terrestrial Cyberattack is More Likely Than We Could Imagine

If you think about an alien invasion, according to sources, a cyberattack is definitely not the first thing that pops…

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The Irish Sea Landscapes will now be Explored by an Irish Research Team

Europe’s Lost Frontiers aims to explore various lost landscapes under the sea, and now they have a new member. A…

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Family Tree of Elephants – Genetic Investigation and Unexpected Interbreeding Fact

The most far-reaching elephant genome research that was ever done, which talked about seven living and extinct species, is about…

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Canada’s Minister of Environment Will Soon Meet To Discuss Vital Issues With Aspen Mayor

A new meeting between Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Aspen’s Mayor is going to happen very soon….

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The National Institute of Food and Agriculture is Supports Agricultural Risk Management Education

Today, The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) has announced their full support for…

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Researchers Found that Old People are More Likely to Experience Delirium after a Surgery

A study conducted by researchers analyzed data from 41 previous studies with a total of 9348 patients over the age…

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