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Is The 2,000 Year Old "Baghdad Battery" Actually A Battery?

IFL Science | 17 Jan 2023

In 1938, German archaeologist Wilhelm König found a clay jar in Khujut Rabu just outside Baghdad. The jar was covered with a stopper made of asphalt, and is believed to be around 2,000 years old. But the bit that interested a number of archaeologists and scientists was the contents: an iron rod inside a copper cylinder. This got some people...

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Europe struggling with pressure on health systems in ‘tough winter’

Anadolu Agency | 16 Jan 2023

Some European countries are experiencing a "tough winter" with increasing pressure on health systems amid strikes, drug shortages, and a surge in hospital bed occupancies. Although Europe focuses on political and economic issues like Russia's ongoing war against Ukraine, uncertainty about energy prices, and the cost of living, health has become an...

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Scientists find evidence for magnetic reconnection between Ganymede and Jupiter

Phys Dot Org | 10 Jan 2023

In June 2021, NASA's Juno spacecraft flew close to Ganymede, Jupiter's largest moon, observing evidence of magnetic reconnection. A team led by Southwest Research Institute used Juno data to examine the electron and ion particles and magnetic fields as the magnetic field lines of Jupiter and Ganymede merged, snapped and reoriented, heating and...

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Rapper Young Thug set to go on trial for gang conspiracy

The Times of India | 09 Jan 2023

The American rapper Young Thug was set to go on trial Monday on charges that his record label is a front for a crime ring. The influential hip-hop star born Jeffery Williams was one of more than two dozen people charged last spring by a Georgia grand jury, which said those named belong to a branch of the Bloods street gang identified as Young Slime...

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Taste of Life: When eating tomato was considered ‘anti-religion’, plant leaves poisonous

Hindustan Times | 05 Jan 2023

On March 19, 1938, an unusual assembly was held at the Servants of India Society Hall on the newly opened Laxmi Road in Poona. It was convened by Dr Tara Chitale, one of the first female physicians in the city. Two physicians and a gynaecologist addressed the gathering along with Chitale. Of the three male doctors, two were Parsee and the other a...

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Space missions to watch for in 2023

CNN | 05 Jan 2023

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. This year promises to be out of this world when it comes to space missions, launches and the next steps in cosmic exploration. In 2023, NASA will kick off a trek to a metal world, a spacecraft will drop...

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Scientists Link Male Pattern Balding to Wildly Popular Beverage

Futurism | 03 Jan 2023

Soda drinkers, beware — it looks like your favorite sugary drinks may be linked to hair loss. A new study out of Tsinghua University in Beijing has found a new link between sugary drinks and male pattern hair loss, with beverages ranging from soft drinks to artificially-sweetened juices to energy drinks being some of the primary...

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Kingdom, come: The case for partnering with Saudi Arabia

The Hill | 02 Jan 2023

America’s current Middle East policy arose following the 1979 Iranian revolution and Lebanon’s civil war. These seismic events convinced policymakers that Washington’s interests were best served by stability (tamping down conflicts to ensure a steady flow of oil) and containment (bottling up radicals in Tehran and Beirut to...

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Seeking Exotic Remote Work Locations? More Than 40 Places Now Offer 'Digital Nomad' Visas

Slashdot | 01 Jan 2023

"Imagine starting your work day with a fresh coconut juice perched by your laptop as you gaze over the ocean or a tropical rainforest...." writes the Conversation. "More than 40 nations or territories now offer "digital nomad" visas to attract those able to be employed in one country while living, and spending their income,...

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If You Want to Improve Your Gut Health, You'll Want to Stock Up On This ...

The Citizens | 22 Dec 2022

As the saying goes, you are what you eat. We’ve all heard the expression, “you are what you eat” and this certainly applies to your gut. Your gut is the gateway to your overall health, which is why it’s essential to have a nutritious, well-balanced diet. The first step is knowing what to eat and what to stay away from. To learn more, we spoke to...

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Vitamins, Fish Oil, Minerals: Which Supplements Help or Harm the Heart?

The Wilson Post | 07 Dec 2022

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 7, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Manufacturers make all kinds of health claims, but can taking a dietary supplement actually lower your heart disease risk? A comprehensive analysis of prior research suggests that in certain cases the answer is yes. Some types of supplements – such as omega-3 fatty acids, folic acid and coenzyme Q10...

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‘Relish this moment, forget about the war’: Yemenis on World Cup

Al Jazeera | 02 Dec 2022

Sanaa, Yemen – In Maeen district in the heart of the Yemeni capital Sanaa, about 10 street vendors gathered on the side of a busy road to watch the Argentina-Saudi Arabia match. The men, who make a living selling vegetables or black-market petrol, crowded around a laptop that one of the vendors had brought and placed on some cardboard on the...

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'Samsung Superfast Portable Power' trademark could be teasing new products

Crunch | 29 Nov 2022

What you need to know Samsung has filed to trademark the term "Samsung Superfast Portable Power."This could indicate that the Korean OEM is interested in pushing the limits of portable chargers by offering faster speeds for its devices.The information provided about the new trademark states it would be used to cover battery chargers...

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Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin insists its passengers eat breakfast but avoid coffee and orange juice ...

Business Insider | 26 Nov 2022

Sharon and Marc Hagle flew onboard Blue Origin in March. Blue Origin Blue Origin likes to ensure passengers tuck into breakfast before launching to the edge of space. Astronauts Sharon and Marc Hagle said they were told it was better to have food in their stomachs. However, the company advised passengers to avoid drinking coffee and orange juice,...

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Toyota shows new Prius hybrid with more power, range, style

Asahi News | 16 Nov 2022

The new Toyota gas-electric Prius hybrid not only comes with more power, acceleration and driving range. It’s also more stylish, scrapping the rather stodgy angular body for a sleekly futuristic look. Simon Humphries, senior general manager of Global Toyota design who unveiled the car in Tokyo on Wednesday, stressed that the company was still...

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Virology Debunked w/ Cracker Jack Box Covid PCR Test->10 Point Proof On-The-Box | 02 Nov 2022

FDA Warnings On-The-Box Of The Free Covid-19 PCR Tests Admit: 1) All Tests EUA, are Emergency Use Only, NOT APPROVED & NOT A LICENSE 2) All 20 Covid Tests do not look for a real 'Virus' in nature; they only look for side effects and...

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Brazil presidential elections: Close race between Bolsonaro and Lula

Gulf News | 28 Oct 2022

The race that pollsters once believed would be won outright by former president Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva during the first round on Oct. 2 is instead heading to a tight runoff, with some polls showing the two candidates in a statistical tie. Lula and his allies would likely blame a loss on Bolsonaro’s deployment of the public purse to juice his...

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A YouTuber built a gas-generator powered Tesla to avoid plugging in on an 1,800-mile road trip

Business Insider | 26 Oct 2022

YouTuber Matt Mikka and his "Cordless" Tesla Model S. Warped Perception A YouTuber wanted to take long road trips in his Tesla without having to stop and plug in. Matt Mikka, the man behind the channel Warped Perception, built a Model S powered by a gasoline generator. He was able to travel 1,800 miles without stopping at a charger, but the trip...

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Green Juice Versus Green Smoothie

The Epoch Times | 08 Oct 2022

Whether you’re a fan of a crisp, refreshing green juice or a velvety vegetable smoothie, here’s what you need to know about these two delicious,...

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