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Solar systems could have a large number of planets that are home to alien life, study finds | The Independent

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Other solar systems could have large numbers of planets that are home to alien life, a new study has found. The research suggests that other parts of the universe could be host to numerous planets that are habitable, unlike our solar system, where just one of the worlds has the right conditions for life to thrive. Scientists looking for life elsewhere in the universe regularly

Cream of Wheat, Mrs. Butterworth confront race in packaging

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Colgate, Cream of Wheat and Mrs. Butterworth are the latest brands reckoning with racially charged logos. The soul-searching comes in the wake of PepsiCo's announcement Wednesday...

Coronavirus: Chinese firm says its vaccine candidate passes phase two clinical trials | South China Morning Post

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Submitted 54 day(s) ago by system

China National Biotec Group (CNBG) says tests show its vaccine is safe, and now looks to clinical trials overseas; China has five vaccines under clinical study, with Sinovac Biotech’s candidate also completing a phase two trial.

Colin Kaepernick’s Protest Is Raging Across America - WSJ

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Submitted 70 day(s) ago by system

Racism and police brutality. The weekend of civil unrest across America can be traced back to the same issues that inspired protests by Colin Kaepernick and this generation of athletes.

Scientists deny finding evidence of parallel universe where time goes backwards | The Independent

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Submitted 80 day(s) ago by system

Despite numerous reports, scientists have not found evidence of a parallel universe where time runs backwards.

Sun enters 'solar minimum' but Earth to avoid another 'little Ice Age' | The Independent

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Submitted 83 day(s) ago by system

Cosmic rays – high-energy particles that move through space at the speed of light – are intensifying as the Sun enters a 'solar minimum', which could be a hazard to astronauts and produce more storms. The reason that rays are intensifying is because of the lack of sunspots – dark spots that appear on the Sun’s surface caused by magnetic fields which illuminate earth with X-ray

New Zealand's Ardern turned away from cafe under coronavirus rules - Reuters

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Submitted 85 day(s) ago by system

Hailed for her leadership during the coronavirus pandemic, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner were turned away from a cafe on Saturday because it was too full under the physical distancing guidelines.

Moon's crust formed from violent impacts, rocks brought back from surface by astronauts reveal | The Independent

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Submitted 90 day(s) ago by system

Large parts of the surface of the Moon were forced in huge impact events, a new study has found. The research used rocks brought back from the Moon almost 50 years ago to overturn the idea that collisions had only destroyed parts of the surface, and that the lunar crust was made when magma rose from the planet's interior. Instead, it suggests that the kind of spectacular

Alien life probably could not thrive in Martian water, researchers say | The Independent

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Submitted 91 day(s) ago by system

Salty pockets of water are probably commonly found on Mars – but would not serve as homes for alien life, scientists have found. The new research modelled the Martian atmosphere in an attempt to understand whether those briney pockets have the right conditions to be haitable on Earth. But they found that the water would have to be very cold to be used for hydration – so cold

‘Flower moon’ to arrive tonight, marking final supermoon of 2020 | The Independent

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Submitted 96 day(s) ago by system

The final supermoon of the year is about to arrive, as the moon appears overnight into Thursday. May's full moon is known as the "flower moon", since it coincides with the blooming of flowers. And this month's supermoon will also mark the last time to see the sight until next year. The celestial event is expected to be visible early on Thursday morning as well as after sunset

Alien life could be growing in more environments than we realised, study suggests | The Independent

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Submitted 97 day(s) ago by system

Alien life could flourish in many more kinds of environment than we had previously realised, a new study has suggested. In the new research, scientists found that microorganisms could survive and grow in an atmosphere made entirely of hydrogen. That suggests the same could be happening elsewhere in the universe, the researchers indicate, and that alien life could be growing in

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Loses With Judge, but Hard Part Is Ahead - WSJ

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Submitted 98 day(s) ago by system

The U.S. women’s soccer team lost a key ruling to its employer in discrimination suit, but U.S. Soccer needs those players more than ever.

Joe Wicks says wife Rosie will be 'supply teacher' for PE lessons as he recovers from surgery | The Independent

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Submitted 99 day(s) ago by system

Joe Wicks has revealed his wife will be leading his live PE lessons next week as he recovers from surgery on his hand.

‘We will not have a vaccine by next winter.’ What happens when coronavirus returns? - MarketWatch

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Submitted 110 day(s) ago by system

‘The four seasonal coronaviruses do not seem to induce long-term immunity,’ said Gregory Poland, who studies the immunogenetics of vaccines at the Mayo Clinic.

Atomic bombs and whale sharks: How to calculate age of world's largest fish - Reuters

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Submitted 123 day(s) ago by system

Scientists have figured out how to calculate the age of whale sharks - Earth's largest fish - with some guidance from the radioactive fallout spawned by Cold War-era atomic bomb testing.

Queen Elizabeth Delivers Rare Televised Speech About Coronavirus Pandemic - YouTube

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Queen Elizabeth II made a rare televised broadcast address to urge the United Kingdom and the rest of the world to come together amid the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking in a pre-recorded video shot at Windsor Castle, the 93-year-old royal thanked all healthcare workers and also thanked those who have been staying home. The Queen also acknowledges the "disruption in the life of our country," which she said had "brought grief to some, financial difficulties to many, and enormous changes to the daily lives of us all."

Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong Face Second Wave of Coronavirus Cases - WSJ

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Submitted 146 day(s) ago by system

Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong are witnessing fresh waves of coronavirus infections, as the growing number of cases around the world test their successful early defenses against the disease.

Should I go to the gym? Should I go to a restaurant? Your guide to staying healthy during the coronavirus pandemic - MarketWatch

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Submitted 149 day(s) ago by system

There is no question that if you have been infected by the novel coronavirus or have symptoms of the COVID-19 illness, you should not leave your home unless...

Harvey Weinstein seeks mercy, faces prospect of dying in prison | South China Morning Post

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Submitted 153 day(s) ago by system

With Harvey Weinstein facing sentencing this week, his lawyers argued he’s already suffered a ‘historic’ fall from grace and is dealing with serious health issues.

Official: White House didn't want to tell seniors not to fly - ABC News

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Submitted 155 day(s) ago by system

A federal official says the White House overruled health officials who wanted to recommend that elderly and physically fragile Americans be advised not to fly on commercial airlines because of the new coronavirus

Is Coronavirus the Beginning of the End for Global Auto Shows? - WSJ

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Submitted 156 day(s) ago by system

The 90th Geneva International Motor Show was canceled when WSJ car columnist Dan Neil was enroute to Switzerland. With such events already facing dwindling attendance, the future looks uncertain.

Should I cancel my flight? Will recirculated air on a plane spread coronavirus? Here’s what you need to know before traveling - MarketWatch

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Submitted 156 day(s) ago by system

Judi LiVigni was supposed to fly from New York to San Diego last week to visit her brother, who she usually sees only once a year. But the day of her flight,...

Feng Shui Home Decorating Ideas - YouTube

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Working From Home Because of Coronavirus? These Are Your Tech Fixes. - WSJ

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Submitted 158 day(s) ago by noklpopl

Many companies are encouraging employees to work from home—or at least be prepared to do so—because of the spreading coronavirus. Time to update your tech!

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