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The pandemic has allowed us to see so much. What will we do with our newfound clarity?

The first sign of a wave is a retreating ocean. The shoreline is dragged back dramatically, exposing some of the underwater areas. The first two
A New Theory for Systems That Defy Newton’s Third Law
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A New Theory for Systems That Defy Newton’s Third Law

There is an equal reaction for every action according to the third law. It has reassured us for 400 years, explaining why we don't fall through the
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Quanta Magazine

Newton's third law states that for every action there is an equal reaction in the opposite direction. This law has been relieving us for over 400
NASA's Juno Peered Beneath Jupiter's Clouds, And It's More Hectic Than They Thought
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NASA's Juno Peered Beneath Jupiter's Clouds, And It's More Hectic Than They Thought

For large space exploration missions, many papers are often released simultaneously. This is usually when all data have been analyzed. Juno's
Microsoft says it will end OneDrive updates to Windows 7 and 8 in March
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Microsoft says it will end OneDrive updates to Windows 7 and 8 in March

According to Microsoft, OneDrive users running Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 on Windows will not be able to sync their content with the cloud from March 1,
What A Historic $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Means For Climate Change
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What A Historic $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Means For Climate Change

This week, the U.S. House of Representatives approved a bipartisan and historic infrastructure bill. The bill has already passed the Senate and is
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Rudy Giuliani told a Dominion Voting Systems lawyer he 'didn't have the time' to verify 2020 election fraud claims

Rudy Giuliani, a former Trump lawyer, stated in August that he didn't have enough time to verify election fraud claims. Giuliani spewed
Scientists develop microscopic calibration tool with fluorescent nanodiamonds
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Scientists develop microscopic calibration tool with fluorescent nanodiamonds

Microscopy image of fluorescent nudiamonds. This calibration tool was developed by researchers from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and
Eruption From the Sun May Affect Power Grid, Scientists Say
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Eruption From the Sun May Affect Power Grid, Scientists Say

Other issues that could affect GPS systems include "intermittent problems." Big Storm A huge solar storm is causing so much radiation to
Researchers develop a new way to control and measure energy levels in a diamond crystal
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Researchers develop a new way to control and measure energy levels in a diamond crystal

Caption:Instrumentation setup in the Quantum Engineering Group at MIT to study dynamical symmetries with qubits in diamond crystals Credit: Guoqing