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Physics Experiment With Ultrafast Laser Pulses Produces a Previously Unseen Phase of Matter An anonymous reader quotes a report from Phys.Org: Adding energy to any material, such as by heating it, almost always makes its structure less orderly. Ice, for example, with its crystalline structure, melts to become liquid water, with no order at all.
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3-D climate modeling could fine-tune the search for faraway signs of alien life Astronomers have identified thousands of stars that have planets, and that number could mushroom even faster when waves of next-generation telescopes come online. But where are the best places to look for life? A newly released study focuses on the most p
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Waves in St Mark's Square as Venice flooded by highest tide in 50 years High waters peaked at 1.87 metres as the flood alarm sounded across the Italian city of canalsVenice was hit by the highest tide in more than 50 years on, with tourists wading through flooded streets to seek shelter as a fierce wind whipped up waves in St
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Greta Thunberg to hitch a ride to Europe with Australian YouTube influencers Swedish climate activist will join Riley Whitlum, Elayna Carausu and their baby, who have been sailing the world for five yearsGreta Thunberg will hitch a ride with two Australian sailing YouTubers on her low-emissions voyage from America to the UN climat
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UCLA Now Has the First Zero-Emission, All-Electric Mobile Surgical Instrument Lab UCLA's new mobile surgical lab is a zero-emission, all-electric vehicle that will move back and forth between two UCLA campuses, collecting, sterilizing and repairing surgical instruments for the medical staff there. TechCrunch reports: Why is that even n
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Climate change: do more now or risk catastrophe, warns energy agency IEA says deep disparity between words and action on climate change risks failing to cap global temperatures The worlds existing climate policies will not be enough to end the upward march of record energy emissions rising beyond 2040 without a grand coali
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Shrinking forest habitat has caused chimpanzees in Uganda to start raiding local villages for food In recent years, villagers in Uganda have come to live in fear of chimpanzees, which have begun raiding local villages for food, and sometimes even kidnapping or killing small children.
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Australia's population 'can be bigger', Alan Tudge says politics live Minister for population, cities and urban infrastructure says country can afford to grow but he wont put a number on it. All the days political events, live 11.31pm GMT The senior advisory group appointed by Ken Wyatt to co-design the Indigenous voice to
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Greta Thunberg leaves US with simple climate crisis message: vote Thunberg: My message to the Americans is the same as to everyone to unite behind the science and to act on the scienceIf world leaders fail us, my generation will never forgive themAs Greta Thunberg departs the US to sail across the Atlantic for the secon
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Facebook's new payment feature can be used to make purchases and transfer money across apps Facebook Pay will allow users to upload their payment information on Facebook and then use that info across its apps to transfer money, make purchases, and contribute to fundraisers.
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