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 Topics: Civics, Civil Rights, Climate Change, COVID-19, Existentialism, Fascism, Human RightsIn a speech 40 years ago to a group of conservative preachers, Heritage Foundation founder Paul Weyrich said, “Now many of our Christians have what I call…
Friday
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Topics: Diversity in Science, NASA, Space Exploration, Spaceflight, SpaceX, Star TrekDr. King revealed to Nichols that TOS was the only show that he and his wife, Coretta, allowed their little children to stay up and watch. Further, he told Nichols…
Thursday
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Topics: Alternate Energy, Climate Change, Nuclear Power, Thorium The Royal Society of Chemistry: Thorium (named for a certain Marvel character). If China’s experimental reactor is a success it could lead to commercialization and help the nation meet…
Wednesday
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The pulsar J0030 appears to have two to three hotspots on its southern hemisphere only – finding astronomers didn’t expect. NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/CI Lab (animation on the page link below)Topics: Astronomy, Astrophysics, NASA, Neutron…
Tuesday
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The Eye of Providence, Wikipedia. Not a conspiracy theorist, but greed, not mutual survival by cooperation, is how we got where we are.Topics: Climate Change, Existentialism, Global Warming, Human Rights, Politics Note: Because certain states are…
Sep 13
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How We Got Here: A timeline of the removal of the Lee monument, NBC12 on your side. Topics: Civics, Civil Rights, COVID-19, Democracy, Fascism, History, Human Rights Fourteenth Amendment Section 3 No Person shall be a Senator or Representative in…
Sep 10
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Hot and humid The surface of a Hycean planet as interpreted by an artist. (Courtesy: Amanda Smith, University of Cambridge).Topics: Astronomy, Astrophysics, Astrobiology, Exoplanets, Space Exploration Hot, ocean-covered exoplanets with hydrogen-rich…
Sep 9
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Sep 8
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FIG. 1. Schematic of the motivation and the method for this paper.Topics: Applied Physics, Chemistry, Physics, Plasma, ResearchABSTRACT Cold atmospheric plasmas have great application potential due to their production of diverse types of reactive…
Sep 6
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Sep 3
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Complementarity A new twist on the double-slit experiment. (Courtesy: Shutterstock/Andrey VP)Topics: Modern Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Theoretical Physics One of the most counterintuitive concepts in physics – the idea that quantum objects are…
Sep 1
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Figure 1. The size contrast between conventional accelerator facilities and chip-based accelerators is dramatic. (a) The Next Linear Collider Test Accelerator facility at SLAC was used for early laser-acceleration experiments in 2012–15. (Image…
Aug 31
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Topics: Astrobiology, Biology, Chemistry, Cosmology The origin of life is one of the great unanswered questions in science. One piece of this puzzle is that life started on Earth 4.5 billion years ago, just a few hundred million years after the…
Aug 30
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Timeline source: Key Media Solutions: "The Reverse Evolution of Social Media Platforms" Topics: Civics, Civil Rights, Fascism, Human Rights, Politics, Star Trek What happens when media and politics become forms of entertainment? As our world begins…
Aug 20
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Image source: The Roddenberry Foundation link belowTopics: Planetary Science, Space Exploration, Spaceflight, Star Trek NASA is helping the legacy of inspiration, hope, and diversity fostered by the creator of Star Trek to live long and prosper. The…
Aug 19
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An artist’s rendering shows how the National Ignition Facility’s 192 beams enter an eraser-size cylinder of gold and heat it from the inside to produce x-rays, which then implode the fuel capsule at its center to create fusion.LAWRENCE LIVERMORE…
Aug 18
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