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Fascinating exoplanets from across the universe

NASA always looks at the stars, as do many amateur astronomers around the world. While our own solar system only has eight planets (sorry Pluto, we I still love you), it is estimated that there are billions and billions of them in the whole universe. And that includes over 4,000 exoplanets we have confirmed that so far. Some of them …

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5 annoying ‘modern’ debates that have always existed

5 Crisis-actor conspiracies unfortunately date from modern electronic media at least a century ago Name a disaster that is usually associated with firearms or terrorism, and you have a nut that confidently claims that all witnesses, families of victims, if not victims themselves, are actors funded by a mastermind. The victims allegedly either did not exist, were paid as actors …

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The Finnish military has finally gotten rid of its swastikas

It would be strange enough today to see a swastika, the ancient Sanskrit symbol co-opted by the Nazis, in a yoga studio, let alone on the uniforms of an armed government branch. But it took the Finnish Air Force eighty years to realize that having swastika soldiers isn’t a great PR move. Finnish Ministry of DefenseI feel blue for the …

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5 strange problems that arise because of all of this

1 Nobody knows what the weather forecast actually is Probably the least known feature of regular air traffic is that it collects weather data for the forecasts you see on your phone every day. In order to collect data that the pilot constantly needs, the instruments of an airplane always measure things like air pressure, temperature, wind direction and speed. …

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10 Ways to Make the USA a Big Brother Society

Published in 1949 by Eric Blair, known alias George Orwell 1984; A novel that has shown its predictive power in the current state of society. Blair coined the term “Big Brother” for the symbolic figurehead of the totalitarian state of Oceania. In dystopian society, every citizen is constantly monitored under the government’s motto: “Big Brother is watching you”, a reminder …

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A brief history of Giant Rock, America’s Bonkers landmark

Here is a huge stone. Tomwhite56 / Wikimedia CommonsPretty big, isn’t it? Anyway, that’s the end of the article, goodbye. It’s called giant rock because life in the desert requires many things, but wild flights of poetic imagination are not one of them. It is not a very special stone. There is nothing particularly interesting about this. There is certainly …

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The hilariously crazy story of ‘Jaws’ in video games

Many people have spoken about it jaw recently, partly because Steven Spielberg’s classic blockbuster was just celebrating its 45th anniversary, partly because We are all going through it right now. It’s not just an occasional meme, the American government’s pandemic response is shockingly consistent with Amity Island’s response to sharks. From fiddly medical reports to unwillingness to close beaches to …

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Your Key to Success: Microsoft 70-761 Exam & Practice Tests

  If you were busy with your mundane stuff and 9-6 job schedule and missed some of the major news, we have got interesting information for you today. Microsoft’s MCSA: SQL 2016 Database Development badge has been rated as one of the most famed SQL-related certifications. As it puts the constant focus on instilling best-of-breed knowledge of configuration, installation, and …

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Best BTC gambling site 1xBit offers to make profit on football

  Now, many championships are being prepared for continuation at full speed, since as exemplified by Bundesliga, players demonstrated a great eagerness to play, and the fans are delighted even having no opportunity to watch the games played from the stadium. Best BTC gambling site 1xBit.com provides customers with a lot of interesting offers and opportunities so that everyone could …

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