• James Harden posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 1 day, 1 hour ago

    For The First Time, The Fossil Of A Flying Reptile, An Unusual Group Of Pterodactyls Known As Tapejarids, Which Existed In China And Brazil, Has Been Found On The Largest Island In England, Isle Of Wight. The Fossil, Named Wightia Declivirostris, Adds To Diversity Of Prehistoric Reptiles And Dinosaurs Found On The Island.

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  • Antwan Hockaday posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 2 days ago

    An Octopus Has Been Spotted At The Depth Of ~7,000m In The Java Trench Of The Indian Ocean, Making It The World’s Deepest Octopus. The Octopus, A “Dumbo” Species, Is Said To Have Surpassed Previous Sighting At 5,145m. This Discovery Indicates That Octopus Can Find Potentially Suitable Habitat Across At Least 99% Of The Global Seafloor.

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  • Ismael Shapiro posted an update in the group Group logo of ProductProduct 3 days ago

    The World’s Largest All-Electric Powered Aircraft Completed Its First Flight On Thursday, 5/28/2002. The Aircraft, Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, Took Off From Moses Lake, Washington, With A 750-Horsepower All-Electric Motor Built By The Company MagniX. This Innovation Is Said To Be A Step In Curbing Aircraft Operational Cost And Air Pollution.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 3 days, 23 hours ago

    The UK Has COVID-19 Death Rate Of 891 People Per Million, Making It The Highest Death Rate In The World. Moreover, The Total Number Of Deaths In The UK Is Second Only To The US, Where The Death Toll Has Surpassed 100,000. The Financial Times Analysis Has Attributed This To The Late Lock Down Of Countries At Late Stage Of The Pandemic.

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  • Chia-jung Tsay posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 5 days, 1 hour ago

    Daritza Araya Arguedas, Age 24, And Alexandra Quirós Castillo, Age 29, Became The First Same-Sex Couple In Costa Rica To Wed Early Tuesday, 5/26/2020, The First Day Gay Marriage Became Legal In The Country. The Marriage Took Place In San Isidro de Heredia, A Town Outside The Capital, San José. Congrats To Them.

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  • Harrisonn Ford posted an update in the group Group logo of PoliticsPolitics 6 days, 2 hours ago

    Marie Cau, Age 50, Has Become The First Transgender Mayor In French History. She Won The Election During France’s Local Elections On March 15th, 2020, Becoming The Mayor In The Village Of Tilloy-lez-Marchiennes, Which Is In Northern France. Congrats, Cau, For Achieving Such A Feat And For Also Making History.

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  • Cindy Alverez posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 1 week ago

    A New Study Shows That, Obviously, New And Diverse Changes To One’s Physical Or Mental Routine Can Lead To Enhanced Happiness. Some Of These Diverse Activities Could Range From Traveling To New Places To Simple Things, One Can Do During The Lock-Down, Like Going For Walks, Exercising, Taking Different Routes To Places, And Etc.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 week ago

    The First Human Trial, On 45 People, By The US Biotech Firm Moderna, Is Indicating Positive Results, As Their COVID-19 Vaccine Triggered An Immune Response In People And Protected Mice From Lung Infections With The Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. The Company Plans To Press On With Further Trials With 600 People Shortly. Cool!

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  • Barb Wormald posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 1 week, 2 days ago

    Researchers Have Stumbled Upon A Find That Bumble Bees Make Holes In Leaves Of Plant To Force Than To Flower Early. And That The Hungrier The Bees Are The More Holes They Make. This Process Is Said To, For Example, Reduce Flowering Time From An Average Of 33 Days To 17 Days. Understanding This Process Would Be Beneficial To Horticulturist.

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  • Olivia Isabella posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 week, 3 days ago

    If You Are Like Me Who Has Been Obsessively Wiping Down Surfaces Like Doorknobs, Groceries, And Packages To Protect Against The Coronavirus, Well, The CDC, Contrary To Previous Finds, Is Saying To Ease Off As Coronavirus Only Easily Spread Between Humans Who Are Within 6 Feet. However, Though, I Will Not Stop Wipping Down Those Surfaces.

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  • Ken Parth posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 1 week, 3 days ago

    The Oldest Evidence That Supports An East Asian Ancestry For Native Americans May Have Been Found In Russia. The Evidence Is The 14,000-Year-Old Tooth Of A Man Who Lived 4500 Kilometers from Beringia. This Find, In addition To Previous Finds, Indicates That Native American Ancestors Occupied A Vast Region Of Northeastern Eurasia.

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  • Harrisonn Ford posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 1 week, 4 days ago

    Some Bees, Like The European Honeybees, Fend Off Hornets By Stinging Them. While Other Bees, Like The Japanese Honeybees Swarm The Hornet, Working Together, By Vibration, To Generate Heat Of About 115 Degrees, Which Is Hot Enough To Cook The Hornet. Asian Giant Hornet Carries A Rigid Exoskeleton That Makes Bee Stings Ineffective. Cool!

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  • Taylor Davies posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 1 week, 6 days ago

    The Fossil Of One Of The Last Flesh-Eating Dinosaurs, A Type Of Megaraptor, May Have Been Discovered By Paleontologist In Argentina. The 70 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Is Said To Be 10 Meters In Length. And The Most Prominent Thing About This Dinosaur Is That The Thumb Ends In A Claw, Which Is Approximately 40 Centimeters In Length.

  • Zoe Logan posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 1 week, 6 days ago

    A 4-Year-Old Llama Named Winter, In Belgium, May Be Very Important In The Fight Against Coronavirus. This Was Stated After It Was Discovered That The Antibodies From Winter, Which Previously Neutralized ASARS And MERS, Are Now The First To Kill Coronavirus In Lab Experiments. Llamas, As Test Animals., Have Antibodies Similar To Humans.

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  • Alexander Hamilton posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 2 weeks ago

    A New Study Of 2 Different Microbes, Bacterium E. Coli–Lacks A Nucleus, And Yeast, Which Has One, Is Indicating That They Could Thrive In 100% Hydrogen Environment, But Not As Well As In Oxygen Environment. This Implies That Life Could Evolve On A More Broader Range Of Alien World As Hydrogen Is The Most Common Element In The Universe.

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  • James Harden posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 2 weeks, 2 days ago

    The Fossil Of The Oldest Salamander, Triassurus Sixtelae, May Have Been Discovered In Kyrgyzstan. The Fossil, About 250 Myrs Old, Triassic, Is Also Said To Be The Most Primitive Amphibian Thought To Have Crawled Out Of A Muddy Freshwater Lake Millions Of Years Ago. This Discovery May Shed Some Light On The Mysterious Origin Of Amphibians.

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  • Ken Parth posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 weeks, 2 days ago

    Could The Recent Discovery, That Coronavirus Persists In Semen Of Male With Or Recovering From COVID-19, Indicate That COVID-19 Is Sexually Transmittable? Coronavirus Was Found In The Semen Of 16% Of The 38 Male Patients Treated At The Early Onset Of The Pandemic In China. Ebola And Zika Viruses Were Both Found To Spread In Male Semen.

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  • Oliver Robert posted an update in the group Group logo of EntertainmentEntertainment 2 weeks, 3 days ago

    The World’s Longest Cartoon Show, According To The Guinness World Records, “Sazae-san,” Which First Aired In 1969, Has Been Interrupted By Coronavirus, Forcing The Broadcast Of Re-Runs For The First Time Since 1975. The 30 Minutes Show, Aired Sunday Nights, Is Said To Be Very Popular In Japan.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of ProductProduct 2 weeks, 4 days ago

    Researchers At The North Carolina State University Have Developed The World’s Fastest Soft Robot Both On Land And In Water. The Design Of The Robot, Called LEAP, Is Inspired By The Cheetah, The Fastest Animal On Land. LEAP Can Run At Speeds Of 2.7 Body Lengths Per Second Making It 3 Times Faster Than Previous Fastest Robots.

  • Michelle Akers posted an update in the group Group logo of EntertainmentEntertainment 2 weeks, 5 days ago

    Gui Khury, Age 11, From Brazil Has Broken A Skateboarding World Record By Landing The First 1080-Degree Turn On A Vertical Ramp. This Comes 20 Years After The Legendary Tony Hawk Made The First 900-Degree Turn. Khury’s Success May Be Attributed To Lots Of Practice Due To School Closures, In Brazil, Because Of The Coronavirus Pandemic.

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