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    China’s plants that were growing on the moon are now dead

    Lunar plants, we hardly knew ye. Earlier this month, China made history with their Chang’e 4 mission by being the first country to successfully soft land a rover on the far side of the moon. Previous lunar soft landings had been on the side of the moon that is always visible to Earth (as it […] More

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    Geneticists say that racial purity is ‘scientifically meaningless’

    The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG), which is the largest professional society of geneticists, has said that any ideas regarding the importance of racial purity are “scientifically meaningless”. Why did this organization, which represents around 8000 geneticists feel the need to release a statement like this? Because it’s a central point that white nationalist […] More

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    Ice in Antarctica is melting six times faster than it did in ’80s

    According to a new study published yesterday in PNAS, ice in Antarctica is melting at a rate six times faster than it did just four decades ago. The authors noted that this is not the sea ice that floats around Antarctica. This study analyzed the amount of freshwater ice on the enormous sheets that are on […] More

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    Families of Sandy Hook victims win legal victory against InfoWars & Alex Jones

    According to ABC News, six families of victims who were killed in the Sandy Hook shooting in 2012 won a legal victory today against InfoWars host Alex Jones. A judge in Connecticut has granted the families’ discovery requests, allowing them access to, among other things, Infowars’ internal marketing and financial documents. The judge has scheduled […] More

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    Astronomers believe they just witnessed the birth of a black hole

    Last June, astronomers in Hawaii saw a bright, but brief, burst of light emanating from a galaxy named CGCG 137-068. They believe that they witnessed the birth of a black hole, or perhaps a neutron star.  Initial observations suggested that it was a supernova, however the explosion was ten to 100 times brighter than that of […] More

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    Mysterious repeated radio signals are coming from a galaxy 1.5 billion light years away

    Using the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) telescope, astronomers have detected fast radio bursts emanating from a galaxy far, far away.  The team of researchers detected thirteen different radio bursts coming from the same location inside a galaxy that’s 1.5 billion light years away. This means the signals left their host galaxy during the Proterozoic era, traveling at […] More

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