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Why he is still single: The study reveals reasons men avoid relationships

NICOSIA, Cyprus – Theories are superfluous for why more guys are single than ever, but why not go to the source itself? Enter individual Reddit users, an Internet-based group whose anonymity can give rise to authentic answers. Single men, according to these "Redditors", are not alone of their choice. Instead, they remain lonely because they are inadequate in one or …

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The NASA probe is driven from Johns Hopkins lab in Laurel Rockets to the sun for the next appearance yet

Results from Johns Hopkins University Researchers from a Mission Center in Laurel, as the seconds crossed Saturday morning. T-minus two minutes. Then the clock ended without a message in a hiccups in the historic launch at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., From Parker Solar Probe, which, if all goes well, will come closer to the sun than previously …

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Will the world end 2040? Computer reveals date of apocalypse

The world will end in 2040 as pollution and overpopulation nitrogen the world. This is the warning from a computer program called World One, developed by MIT researchers. Now the sermon is a bit obsolete because it was made in 1973. However, the judgment has resumed thanks to an article about the risk of an imminent apocalypse. Shock analysis suggests …

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UNM researchers study 4.6 billion years of meteorite

Researchers at the University of New Mexico, NASA's Johnson Space Center and Arizona State University, recently researched the title of Silica-rich Volcanism in the Early Solar System dated at 4,565 Ga published in Nature Communications after revealing the oldest blunt meteorite on record. The meteorite, known as Northwest Africa (NWA) 11119, is 4.6 billion years old, making it 65 million …

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Nasa Opportunity Rover still lost on Mars as dust storm settles

A Nasa robot is still missing and is assumed dead on Mars. Space explorer lost contact with Opportunity Rover almost two months ago, as it was buffered by a large dust storm covering the entire Mars surface. The whirling maelstrom will have deposited powders on the solar panels running the "droid" exploration, which means that it can not charge the …

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On "Mission to Touch the Sun", Parker Solar Probe has launched

Human first visit to a star began this weekend. NASA's Parker Solar Probe will explore the sun's atmosphere in a mission launched early Sunday. This is the agency's first mission to the sun and its ultimate atmosphere, corona. After being delayed on Saturday, the probe successfully launched at 3:31 AM ET Sunday from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on a United Launch …

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10 ways the planet can tip into the "Hothouse Earth"

PARIS, France (AFP) – Although humanity slashes greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris climate treaty targets, the planet could overwhelm such efforts and inevitably plunge into a hell hothouse state, warned the best researchers last week. Under such a scenario, the average temperature of the earth would stabilize four or five degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels, instead of …

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Amazon drought reduces forest CO2 absorption: NASA

A single season of drought in the Amazon rainforest can reduce its capacity to absorb carbon dioxide for several years after the rain has recovered, a NASA study has found. The study, published in the journal Nature, is the first to quantify the long-term legacy of drought in Amazon, the largest tropical forest on earth. Researchers from NASA's Jet Propulsion …

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NASA comes to the sun, why is it so crazy [Video]

The sun is an unpredictable violent ball of gas and plasma that radiates fusion energy. It can send streams of charged particles right to the ground without warning, which can cause catastrophic damage to our power grid. And while we need the sun to live, we must also protect ourselves from its wrath. The problem is that we actually know …

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