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Planet X: 99.993% Chance Of New Giant Planet In Our Solar System

Rex from LP makes mention of his recent interview with a Vatican translator. Search this blog for my post on Planet X and Mauro Biglino. Note that this video focuses on recent findings from mainstream astrophysicists, including the guys from Caltech that made the Planet 9 announcement earlier this year. 100 kata lagi

Videos

Dutch Men and Latvian Women are the Tallest

A new study by an enormous team of scientists, published in the journal eLife, shows that the Netherlands has, on average, the tallest men in the world (a bit over six feet), and Latvia the tallest women (around five feet, seven inches). 260 kata lagi

Featured

Weird Weather: Sulfur Dioxide Gas, Wildfires At Yellowstone Right Now

From the Youtube description: Dozens of viewers asking about reports that plumes of SULFUR DIOXIDE GAS are showing up with Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) reaching around the perimeter of the large underground magma chamber associated with Yellowstone Supervolcano. 97 kata lagi

Nations

The Guy who Hunts Space Bears in Virginia

So I watched this video on TV.  I remember hearing about the space bears, water bears or tardigrades a few months ago (years?).  I honestly didn’t really explore what they were, or there just wasn’t a lot of information about them (?), but either way I learned a lot about these little critters.   238 kata lagi

Acceptance

Analyzing more than 100 years of data researchers have shown there is a common atmospheric circulation pattern linking extreme weather on the two sides of the Atlantic Ocean between severe cold spells in the northeastern United States and strong storms in western Europe.


Analyzing more than 100 years of data researchers have shown there is a common atmospheric circulation pattern linking extreme weather on the two sides of the Atlantic Ocean between severe cold spells in the northeastern United States and strong storms in western Europe.
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A study found that LGBTQ students attending high schools with gay-straight alliances reported significantly fewer incidences of bullying based on sexual orientation or gender expression and had a greater sense of personal safety compared to students in schools without GSAs.


A study found that LGBTQ students attending high schools with gay-straight alliances reported significantly fewer incidences of bullying based on sexual orientation or gender expression and had a greater sense of personal safety compared to students in schools without GSAs.
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