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The Best Drones for Every Budget

Whether you want to battle Star Wars spaceships or shoot a cinematic masterpiece, one of these picks is going to be perfect for you.

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Lockheed Martin lifts lid on Top Gun's Darkstar hypersonic jet concept

Lauded for its compelling action sequences and exhilarating portrayal of next-gen aerial dogfighting, Top Gun: Maverick has quickly become a monumental success at the box office. But the producers couldn't have done it without leveraging the expertis

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Astronomers are detecting exoplanets using a technique predicted by Einstein

Microlensing works when light from a background star is bent around the mass of an exoplanet, making the background star brighter for a short time.

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A huge comet will fly by Earth in July and you might see it

A comet first spotted in the distance in 2017 might finally be within view soon of amateur astronomers.

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What Exactly Was Google's 'AI Is Sentient' Guy Actually Saying?

A software engineer working on the tech giant’s language intelligence claimed the AI was a "sweet kid" who advocated for its own rights "as a person."

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iPhone 'Other' storage: what is it and how you can delete it

From what the iPhone 'Other' storage function actually is to what it holds and how to clear it, here's everything you need to know to free up space

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What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines

There is news that safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines are becoming available, yet troubling reports say many utilized cell lines from aborted children. 

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    40 Mandela Effect Examples - What Is The Mandela Effect Definition

    This list of mandela effect examples will blow your mind. Here's everything you need to know about the Mandela Effect, false memory (and the concept that we might be living in a parallel universe).

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    Equilibrium/Sustainability — Scientists create plant-based wrap to replace plastic

    Scientists have developed a biodegradable, plant-based coating for foods that they say could provide an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic packaging.   Their solution can be …

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      The fastest-growing black hole eats one Earth of mass every second

      Scientists have discovered the fastest-growing black hole and it eats the equivalent of 1 Earth every passing second.

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      Planet Nine: The answer to this cosmic mystery may come sooner than you think

      Is it a planet, a black hole, or a group of planets? One astronomer has an ambitious idea to find out.

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      What the Polls Actually Say: Only 1 in 3 Americans Support Roe v. Wade

      News stories declare Americans overwhelmingly support Roe v. Wade. But polling shows most have no idea what it actually does.

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      Could flat tyres soon be a thing of the past? - BBC News

      Airless tyres that do not puncture are getting close to market but some remain sceptical about them.

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        Research Shows Plastic Pollution on Australia’s Beaches Is Declining

        New research by Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has revealed that plastic pollution on Australia's ...

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        Pandemic & Public Health Literature

        UPDATE 06/13/2022: Introduction The goal of this document is to provide information pertaining to the various aspects that relate to COVID-19, its treatment and the COVID-19 vaccines. Its goal is to challenge the nar…

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        Plastic Eating Worms Show Promise for Plant-Scale Recycling

        Researchers at the University of Queensland have found that a common species of worm with a taste for ...

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        The Human Heart Can Repair Itself, And We Now Know Which Cells Are Crucial For It


        Our bodies are pretty ingenious when it comes to self-repair, and scientists have been studying in detail the ways in which the heart patches itself up after a heart attack (myocardial infarction). They hope to find clues that could lead to better

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        Discovery of 'hidden world' under Antarctic ice has scientists 'jumping for joy'

        Researchers in Antarctica have discovered a hidden ecosystem more than 1,600 feet below the ice, filled with shrimp-like creatures.

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        Venus Aerospace wants to fly you from LA to Tokyo in an hour | Digital Trends

        Texas-based Venus Aerospace has shared renderings of a hypersonic passenger plane called Stargazer that it’s planning to build for commercial use.

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        Scientists discovered a never-before-seen particle and it could be dark matter

        Physicists have discovered a new, mysterious particle that they believe could be a candidate for dark matter.

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        On behalf of our posterity

        As we await the final opinion in Dobbs, we do well as a nation to recall who we are and the creed that binds us together.

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        NASA’s new powerful space telescope gets hit by larger than expected micrometeoroid

        NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope was hit by a relatively large micrometeoroid at the end of May, which caused detectable damage to one of the observatory’s gold-coated primary mirrors.

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        Twitter acts to save Elon Musk acquisition deal, report says

        With Elon Musk threatening to walk away from his offer to acquire Twitter, the company has reportedly made a move to try to save the deal.

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          CDC Raises Monkeypox Alert, Recommends Masks During Travel, Then Removes Advice

          The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday raised its alert level for monkeypox to level ...

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          Global Covid Summit Pediatric Declaration

          Pediatricians and pediatric specialists issue declaration regarding COVID-19 public policy harms to children in light of upcoming FDA meeting

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          AT&T is launching drones into the sky as mobile 5G hotspots

          Patchy internet in the countryside? No problem, AT&T's drones will beam down 5G.

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          Evidence Mounts for Alternate Origins of Alzheimer’s Disease Plaques - Neuroscience News

          A new mouse study reveals a breakdown in the process that clears brain cells of waste products precedes the buildup of amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimer's disease.

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          86% of People Can See This Optical Illusion. Are You One of Them?

          A team of psychologists studied people's reactions to this optical illusion to find out how our bodies react to our minds being tricked.

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          We now know why Uranus and Neptune are different colours

          Observations have revealed why Uranus and Neptune – the same in almost every way – are different colours.

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          May's possible meteor outburst offers chance to listen to 'shooting stars' on the radio

          During a meteor shower, you may be able to hear 'shooting stars.' Here's how to listen for meteors on the radio.

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          25 things we’ve learned about the moon since 1969

          For millennia, the moon has been an endless source of fascination for mankind.

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          Monkeypox Factsheet - Truth for Health Foundation

          Monkeypox is one of a group of infections caused by variola virus. Variola virus is one of the zoonotic viruses, which means it lives in an animal host (e.g, monkeys) but it can spread to humans under conditions of close contact and poor hygiene as we see

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          Monkeypox ‘Games’ Could Lay Groundwork for WHO Pandemic Response Takeover

          News Analysis The World Health Organization (WHO) is responding to a string of monkeypox outbreaks, and will be ...

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          Israel Tests AI-Powered Floating Solar Panels To Generate Clean Energy

          Israel announced a project to test an artificial intelligence (AI) floating solar system to generate electricity by tracking the sun,

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          iPhone SOS credited with saving woman during assault attempt – Here’s how to set it up

          One woman credits iPhone SOS with saving her life after a terrifying night at the beach, according to Wavy.

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          Hyundai recalls 239,000 cars for exploding seat belt parts | AP News

          WASHINGTON (AP) — Hyundai is recalling 239,000 cars in the U.S. because the seat belt pretensioners can explode and injure vehicle occupants. Three injuries have been reported, two in the U.S. and one in Singapore.

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            Jaw-dropping image combines 32 years of Hubble telescope photos into one

            After celebrating 32 years of Hubble observations, a physicist has combined all of the snapshots of Hubble's exploration into one image.

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            How to hide your house on every map app

            Anyone can see your home if it's visible on the Google, Apple, or Bing map apps. Use these tips to blur it out and hide it from virtual visitors.

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            Is Monkeypox Fatal, or Even New? What to Know About Symptoms and More

            It's been in the US before, but health officials are monitoring cases of monkeypox that suggest more community spread.

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              NASA's Voyager 1 Is Sending Back Mysterious Data From Beyond Our Solar System


              NASA's Voyager 1 is continuing its journey beyond our Solar System, 45 years after it was launched. But now the veteran spacecraft is sending back strange data, puzzling its engineers.

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              Apple releases first iOS 15.6 and macOS 12.5 public beta for testing - 9to5Mac

              One day after seeding iOS 15.6 beta 1 to developers, Apple is now releasing the public beta version to users enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program. Alongside the first public beta of iOS 15.6, Apple is also making available the new versions of tvOS

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              Boeing launches Starliner spacecraft on crucial test flight

              Boeing Space and ULA have successfully launched the Starliner spacecraft from Cape Canaveral in Florida in a crucial flight test.

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              Sleep Helps The Brain Process Emotions, And a New Study in Mice Reveals How


              A new study has revealed an important way in which sleep helps the brain process emotions for the next day, and while the findings were discovered in mice, they could also help us solve some of the mysteries of human sleep.  

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              Total lunar eclipse: How to watch Sunday's rare "super flower blood moon" - CBS News

              A spectacular full moon is fast approaching. Here's everything you need to know to see it.

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              New report confirms Apple is testing iPhones with USB-C ports

              According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple is testing USB-C iPhones, backing up recent rumors from other sources.

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              Researchers reach breakthrough in determining cause of SIDS - Vicksburg Daily News

              Researchers from the Children's Hospital in Sydney, Australia, recently released a study that sheds much light on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The study confirms how and why infants die of SIDS.

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                Musk Says Twitter Deal on Hold Over Spam Bots

                Billionaire tech mogul Elon Musk said that the deal to buy Twitter is "temporarily on hold" until detailed information comes to light that backs Twitter's claim that bots or fake accounts make up fewer than 5 percent of users on the platform.

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                How I Took a Photo of the Andromeda Galaxy from My Backyard

                Photographer Brennan Gilmore shares how he captured a stunning photo of the Andromeda galaxy from his own backyard.

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                Astronomers capture first image of black hole at center of Milky Way

                The image of Sagittarius A* offers an unprecedented look at the extreme object driving the evolution of our galaxy.

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                Some Top 100,000 Websites Collect Everything You Type—Before You Hit Submit

                A surprising number of the top 100,000 websites effectively include keyloggers that covertly snag everything you type into a form.

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                Disappear from the internet forever: 6 things you have to do

                Getting off the grid isn't as easy as it should be, but we'll show you where to start.

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                Elon Musk claims his Neuralink brain chip could 'cure' tinnitus in 5 years. But don't hold your breath

                The technology is progressing but it must pass a number of regulatory hurdles. We’re unlikely to see an affordable implant in the short term.

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                A total lunar eclipse will turn the moon red the night of May 15 | Space

                This year's first lunar eclipse, one of two, will be able to be seen across the majority of the Americas.

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                Musk says Twitter may charge slight fee for commercial, government users

                Elon Musk said on Tuesday Twitter Inc might charge a "slight" fee for commercial and government users, part of the billionaire entrepreneur's push to grow revenue which has lagged behind larger rivals like Meta Platforms Inc's Facebook.

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                Texas Scientists Have Created a Protein That Breaks Down Plastic Bottles

                A 'pac-man' protein that gobbles up plastic and breaks it down could open the door to eliminating billions of tons of landfill waste, say Texas researchers.

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                  James Webb Space Telescope Shows Never-Before-Seen Images of the Cosmos

                  The space telescope released dozens of pictures that show the beautiful abyss of stars. James Webb Space Telescope has successfully completed a critical milestone, NASA reavealed.

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                  WHOA... Has Twitter Been Cooking Their Books?

                  Has anyone else been suspicious of Twitter’s flip-flop on selling the platform to Elon Musk? I’m sure I’m not the only one. I always felt that Twitter was far less valuable than what...

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                  Look! Webb Telescope captures 5 different, dazzling views of a nearby galaxy

                  New alignments mean the telescope will be poised to perform science investigations soon.

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                  14 of the best astronomy and stargazing apps for smartphones

                  A guide to the best smartphone apps for iPhone and Android that will help you unlock the wonders of the night and photograph it.