Most Americans think intelligent aliens exist, and half think they have visited Earth
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Most Americans think intelligent aliens exist, and half think they have visited Earth

The imminent publication of an intelligence report by the United States on unidentified flying objects has sparked excitement in the United States
When did the Brits and Yanks become allies again after the Revolutionary War?
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When did the Brits and Yanks become allies again after the Revolutionary War?

Historical reenactment of British soldiers preparing for the Revolutionary War's Battle of Lexington and Concord. Hosted by Huntington Beach
No long weekend this Fourth of July holiday for American astronauts in space
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No long weekend this Fourth of July holiday for American astronauts in space

NASA astronauts Meghan McArthur, Shane Kimbrough (top middle), Mark Vande Hei and Thomas Pesquet (bottom), review preparations for the European Space
It�s climate change! And global warming! It�s two, two nightmares in one!
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It�s climate change! And global warming! It�s two, two nightmares in one!

After a long, sweaty night due to the hot summer temperatures (which will be even hotter today), I woke up to this strange article about how we
Readers� wildlife photos
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Readers� wildlife photos

Today is Sunday and we have a bird themed post by John Avise. This week's theme is the same as last week, but continue reading: Birds and other
Sun erupts with biggest solar flare in 4 years in early Fourth of July fireworks (video)
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Sun erupts with biggest solar flare in 4 years in early Fourth of July fireworks (video)

On Saturday, July 3, the sun surprised us with a surprising solar flare. It was the largest solar flare since 2017. This was an early explosion of
Hubble telescope spots red, white and blue stars in sparkly cluster
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Hubble telescope spots red, white and blue stars in sparkly cluster

This Hubble Space Telescope image shows an in-depth view of NGC330, an open star cluster located in the Small Magellanic Cloud. The Hubble Space
Black Holes, Quantum Entanglement and the No-Go Theorem
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Black Holes, Quantum Entanglement and the No-Go Theorem

Let's say Alice has a book full of secrets that she wants to destroy. She tosses the book into a handy blackhole. Black holes, nature's fastest
'Last Ice Area' in the Arctic may not survive climate change
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'Last Ice Area' in the Arctic may not survive climate change

In March 2016, a polar bear sat on a thick piece of sea ice north Greenland. These older, thicker pieces of seaice don't fully protect the larger
The City of David and the sharks' teeth mystery
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The City of David and the sharks' teeth mystery

Fossilized Squalicorax tooth Nr. #07815 taken from the Jerusalem site. Credit: Omri Lernau Scientists discovered an unidentified cache of fossilized