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Google Maps: UFO hunter claims discovery of ‘ancient city and pyramid’ underwater – Express.co.uk

A UFO hunter claims to have found an ancient city and underwater pyramid on Google Maps, just off the coast of Cuba.

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Scientists made a counterintuitive discovery about the Amazon rainforest – Inverse

A study in Science Advances reveals some puzzling ecological traits in the wettest regions of the Amazon, suggesting the rainforest is tougher than we think.

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When it comes to climate change
and the Amazon rainforest, the news is never good. Through 2019 and 2020, the news has been dominated by images of forestsablaze, and a land wracked by climate change and illegal logging.
But there’s still a lot scientists don’t yet know about the mysterious Amazon.
A new study published Friday in Science Advances is a case in point. In the study, scientists reveal some puzzling ecological traits in the wettest regions of the Amazon, suggesting the rainforest may…

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Save 53% on Celeston’s 114AZ Telescope just $85 from $180 – Space.com

Save $95 on the usual price of $179.99 and also comes with free Starry Night software worth $49.95.

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Celestron’s 114AZ smartphone-ready reflector telescope is on sale right now at Kohl’s for $99.99, which is a big discount from the usual price of $179.99. What makes the deal even better is that you can use the checkout code THANKS for an extra 15% discount bringing the total price down to just $84.99. As that’s above $75 you also get free shipping from Kohl’s as part of the deal.
The Celeston 114AZ is a 114mm Newtonian reflector telescope that’s suitable for beginners. It comes with a StarPointer…

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Laser fusion reactor approaches ‘burning plasma’ milestone – Science Magazine

After a decade, National Ignition Facility nears a self-heated, sustained reaction, though net energy gain is still elusive

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In the target chamber of the National Ignition Facility, 192 laser beams are focused on pellets of fusion fuel the size of peppercorns.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
By Daniel CleryNov. 23, 2020 , 10:45 AM
In October 2010, in a building the size of three U.S. football fields, researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory powered up 192 laser beams, focused their energy into a pulse with the punch of a speeding truck, and fired it at a pellet of nuclear fuel the size of a peppercorn….

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