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Rock used as breakdown for decades is meteorite worth $ 100K

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. – After reading about pieces of meteorites selling for thousands of dollars, David Mazurek decided to learn more about the big rock he had used for decades as a stopover. It turns out the 23-pound rock is full of iron and nickel and worth about $ 100,000, researchers at the Central Michigan University and the Smithsonian Museum …

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Small spheres can trap water pollution

Researchers have created small spheres that can capture and destroy bisphenol A (BPA), a synthetic chemical that is used to make plastic that often pollutes water. BPA is usually used to coat the inside of food cans, bottle tops and water supply lines and once again was part of baby bottles. While BPA sucking into food and drink is considered …

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The power of ours

Every healthy relationship begins with the word "we" and not "I." Earlier research by UC Riverside psychologist Megan Robbins emphasized the power of personal personal pronouns as first and second persons in "relationships". "Vi-talk" is an indicator of mutual dependence, which means that partners influence each other's thoughts, feelings and behaviors. This is a shift from self-oriented to attitude-oriented. New …

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The first moon outside our solar system may have been detected

Astronomers have found what might be the first convincing proof of an exomon. The possible exomon circuits a gas-gelling planet which is 8000 light years from the earth. The massive planet itself encircles a star called Kepler-1625. An exomon is a moon that encircles an exoplanet or planet beyond our solar system. Many exoplanets have been discovered over the years, …

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30 years old door turns out to be a rare meteorite

A man in Michigan had a rare meteorite in his house, but he did not know. For 30 years, 22-pound spacecraft was used as a doorstep. But it turned out to be a meteorite valued at $ 100,000. The true identity of the mountains was confirmed by a geology professor at Central Michigan University. Professor Mona Sirbescu was asked to …

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King tide is back, floods South Florida streets

The annual king tide is right on time, flooding of coastal waters with salt sea water as experts say will be higher every decade. And this year the water can be tipped with red water, the poisonous algae that kill fish and cause respiratory distress in humans. Beaches from Miami to Lake Worth and beyond have tested positive for red …

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NASA Voyager 2 was able to approach interstellar space

This graph shows the position of Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 probes in relation to the heliosphere, a protective bubble created by the sun that stretches well beyond the Pluto path. Voyager 1 crossed the Heliopaus, or the edge of the Heliosphere, in 2012. Voyager 2 is still in the Heliosheath or the outermost part of the Heliosphere. Credits: NASA …

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Something is broken inside the earth? Researchers are investigating why the millennium's old process has stopped – RT US News

Researchers have diagnosed the earth with a bizarre geological state called stagnant plates, which means that tectonic stones are subdued in the hot hot mantle, mysteriously tilted hundreds of miles below the surface. But researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder think they have discovered the cause of what seems to be a glitch in the earth's internal mechanism. READ …

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