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Oct 26, 2020

What Happened Immediately After The Challenger Launch?

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Heartbreaking.

Oct 25, 2020

Waves are generating power—just one of many signs of hope for our planet

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😃 It’s good to see that there is hope.


Pollutants become art. LEDs cut energy use. Around the world we’re seeing signs of progress toward a brighter future.

Oct 25, 2020

Transcription In Eukaryotes

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This video explains the process of transcription in detail.

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Oct 25, 2020

Online Longevity Day Conference 2020 Part 1 — Liz Parrish (CEO, BioViva)

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Oct 24, 2020

Motorbike Turns Into A Hoverbike

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Nice! 😃


The mindblowing “La Moto Volante” motorbike can transform itself into a hoverbike! 🤯 🏍.

Oct 24, 2020

Entomologists vacuum Asian giant hornets out of first nest found in Whatcom County

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See ya later 👋! The nest was the first discovered in the U.S.


Crews with the WSDA Pest Program vacuumed the hornets from the tree cavity into large canisters Saturday. The nest was about the size of a basketball and contained an estimated 100 to 200 hornets.

The specimens will be used for research purposes, said Sven Spichiger, an entomologist with WSDA, during a press conference Friday afternoon.

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Oct 24, 2020

Scientists find 16 ‘ultra-black’ fish species that absorb 99.9% of light

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These alien-like creatures are virtually invisible in the deep sea.

Oct 24, 2020

Two-headed shark caught off the coast of India

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Nature found a way to make those terrified of sharks even more worried about the ocean. A shark with two heads (previously at BB). Two damn heads! Fortunately, the bi-noggined fish was a spadenose shark, which at its full mature size is just over two feet long. After taking the requisite pictures the Indian fisherman released it back to the Arabian Sea waters and into your nightmares. That’s right, it is still out there, and most assuredly coming for you.

Feature photo by TheAgent41 Posted in 2-Headed Shark.

Oct 23, 2020

Nest belonging to Asian giant hornets found in Washington State

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No thank you!! 🙅‍♀️🙅‍♂️ A nest of Asian giant hornets, aka Murder Hornets, was found for the first time within the U.S. in Washington state. State officials plan to eradicate the invasive species. https://bit.ly/37xshZj

Oct 23, 2020

Meet Skybalonyx skapter, the newest prehistoric reptile to be found in Arizona

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A new species of prehistoric reptile has apparently been discovered within the depths of the Petrified Forest National Park in northeastern Arizona.

Named Skybalonyx skapter, the fossilized remains are believed to be a new species of drepanosaur, a reported 220-million-year-old burrowing reptile that potentially looked like a combination of an anteater and chameleon, the Petrified Forest National Park said Tuesday in a news release.

Skybalonyx skapter, though, may have looked even more peculiar, the release said.

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