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scientists start to call for revamp of relativity
Earth science is so advanced that every few years it discovers it had
been totally unaware of at least 90% of the universe up until that point.
Brian Cox called for Einstein's theory revamp before groundbreaking dark
Daily Express, 30 May 2021 11:05Z
BRIAN COX once called for a "better version" of Albert Einstein's general
theory of relativity before a groundbreaking new ...
Largest ever dark matter map suggests Einstein theory may have been wrong
The Independent, 27 May 2021 22:12Z
Results of Dark Energy Survey show universe may actually be smoother and
more spread out than previously thought.
9 Jul 2021 NOAA bn Dollar Disasters Q2
Britain's X Files: Government's UFO hunters may restart their search for
The Daily Telegraph, 28 May 2021 18:0Z
Dept that once investigated other-worldly sightings in Smethwick and
north London could be revived after Pentagon ...
Tens of 1000s of Brazilians march to demand Bolsonaro's impeachment
The Guardian, 29 May 2021 23:43Z
Protests in over 200 cities and towns in Brazil sparked by president's
handling of the Covid pandemic.
Sri Lanka faces 'worst beach pollution' in history from burning ship
ABC News, 30 May 2021 02:14Z
Tonnes of plastic granules from the smouldering Singapore-registered MV
X-Press Pearl are washing up on Sri Lanka's famed beaches.
Study identifies antibody from common cold infection that reacts to COVID
The Jerusalem Post, 29 May 2021 22:27Z
The study found that the antibody in question reacts not only to SARS-CoV-2,
which causes COVID-19, but also SARS-CoV-1, which causes Severe Acute ...
Do animals hug each other?
Livescience.com, 29 May 2021 11:42Z
COVID-19 interrupted one of life's most familiar acts: the warm, enveloping
comfort of a hug. The pandemic taught us many things, some more important
Big Setbacks Propel Oil Giants Toward a `Tipping Point'
The New York Times, 29 May 2021 07:38Z
A surprising mix of environmentalists, pension fund managers and big money
investors have scored startling victories against oil and coal, opening new
Vietnam finds new virus variant, hybrid of India, UK strains
The Associated Press, 29 May 2021 15:37Z
Hanoi, Vietnam. Vietnam has discovered a new coronavirus variant that's
a hybrid of strains first found in India and the UK, the Vietnamese health ...
Witnesses recall 1966 Westall High School UFO sighting in new 7NEWS
heraldsun.com.au1, 29 May 2021 13:22Z
A former science teacher at Westall High School in southeast Melbourne
was one of 100s of witnesses to a so-called UFO ...
[Supposedly the largest mass-sighting on record. After 40y the AUS
govt says the sighting has a mundane explanation -- it was govt
radiation testing following atom bomb tests in SA in the 1950s. The
fed govt has a poor record of disclosure over the programme. One blast
in 1954 exposed ~3000 indigenous people to fallout. The flash of the
blast blinded many and radiation sickness killed whole families. It was
always downplayed by successive govts in the name of (British)
"national security". In other news, the plutonium release at Maralinga
has recently been found to be more extensive then previously reported].
Australia's own UFO cover-up exposed in 7NEWS Spotlight investigation
7news, 29 May 2021 23:07Z
The biggest UFO mystery in the southern hemisphere started in Melbourne 55
years ago. Now comes startling revelations about ...
Curiosity rover captures shining clouds on Mars
Phys.org, 28 May 2021 22:17Z
Cloudy days are rare in the thin, dry atmosphere of Mars. Clouds are
typically found at the planet's equator in the coldest time of year, when
Mars is the farthest ...
FAA questions lead to new halt in deliveries of Boeing plane
ABC St. Louis, 28 May 2021 23:16Z
Chicago. Boeing has again halted deliveries of its 787 jetliner after
federal regulators asked for more information about production flaws, including ...
'Sea snot' is clogging up Turkey's coasts, suffocating marine life, and
Yahoo News, 28 May 2021 18:15Z
Fishing nets are bursting under the weight of a sea-snot blanket that
extends about 100 feet below the surface of the water.
How would Australia's banks survive a 'hot house world'? Regulator stress
tests a 3-degree rise
ABC News, 28 May 2021 18:40Z
A key financial regulator is testing what would happen to Australia's
economy if climate change creates a 'hot house world' with temperatures
3-degrees higher than the Earth's current average.
Australian scientist on WHO COVID-19 investigation team defends findings
after US scepticism
ABC News, 28 May 2021 09:47Z
The Australian representative on the World Health Organization's
investigation into the origins of coronavirus defends the team's findings,
after US President Joe Biden asked for extra investigations into the source
of the pandemic.
Japan extends COVID state of emergency with Olympics just weeks away
ABC News, 28 May 2021 11:46Z
Japan extends its COVID-19 state of emergency for 20 more days with
infections still not slowing as it prepares to host the Olympics from July 23.
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