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The Best Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products for Your Home

My kitchen deep-cleans often left me wasting a lot of plastic bags, paper, and plastic containers. It got me wondering how I could make my…

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‘After Us the Deluge’ Captures Images of a Sinking World

In Kadir van Lohuizen’s forthcoming photo book, After Us the Deluge: The Human Consequences of Rising Sea Levels, the climate crisis is fundamentally a water…

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Two Cases of COVID-19 ‘Vaccine Breakthrough’ Infection Confirmed in The US

Two cases of ‘vaccine breakthrough’ infections have been reported in a new study, confirming scientists’ concerns that some variants can evade the mRNA vaccines. However,…

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Disgusting Study Shows What Happens in The Air When You Flush a Public Toilet

New research has revealed the large amounts of minuscule aerosol particles that can be thrown up by a flushed toilet; these droplets have huge potential…

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Volcanic Blasts Deep Under The Ocean Are Shockingly Powerful, New Study Reveals

The ocean floor is famously unexplored and is imaged in much less detail than the surfaces of Mars, the Moon and Venus. Draining the water…

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A New Search Has Begun For Moon Trees, The Glorious Legacy of Apollo 14

Update (22 April 2021): Since we first wrote about the Moon Trees, interest in these wonderful living relics of the Apollo era has renewed. Now,…

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Astronomers Have Detected The Closest Black Hole to Earth. Thankfully, It’s Tiny

Astronomers think they have discovered a tiny black hole, with a mass so small it places it in an exclusive category. Best of all, it’s…

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New Analysis Finds a Mysterious Second Author For One of The Dead Sea Scrolls

Ever since the Dead Sea Scrolls were accidentally discovered over 70 years ago in a cave in Israel, they have been a source of fascination….

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NASA’s Perserverence Rover Generates Oxygen on Mars in Amazing First For Science

NASA’s Perseverance rover keeps making history. The six-wheeled robot has converted some carbon dioxide from the Martian atmosphere into oxygen, the first time this has…

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Palestinian Hackers Tricked Victims to Install iOS Spyware

Hacking activity in the Gaza Strip and West Bank has ramped up in recent years as rival Palestinian political parties spar with each other, the…

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