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Radical Science News shared Futurism's This telescope can find life outside of our solar system.

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"U.S. Tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel argues that education is the only area of technology that has not been updated.

"Perhaps it again goes into this failure of imagination in an alternate future....if we had an internet bubble or housing bubble we certainly have an education bubble today....Education is perhaps the most anti-technological aspect of our society today where you are getting the same at a higher and higher price."

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Billionaire Venture Capital / Angel Investor, Author of Zero To One - Peter Thiel talks about the shortcomings of the current higher education system in Amer...

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Jason BlainEducation should be based on the individual learning process of each student. Until we can provide that one on one interaction, education will always be substandard.

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Boris DirnbachShouldn't he be advising on how to destroy publications thru punitive lawsuits? www.forbes.com/sites/mattdrange/2016/06/21/peter-thiels-war-on-gawker-a-timeline/

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Radical Science News shared Hashem Al-Ghaili's Here is how LASIK eye-correction surgery is done.

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Here is how LASIK eye-correction surgery is done.

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Radical Science News shared Hashem Al-Ghaili's China has found a way to turn deserts into forests.

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China has found a way to turn deserts into forests.

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Marshall GattenWow. I'd like to get enough of that to just treat my back yard. It's all New Mexico desert sand and I've been trying for three years to get grass to grow. It's finally starting to fill out and look decent, but I bet this stuff would be amazing for it. And if the price scales, it would be a maximum of maybe $130USD for my yard. Well worth it. And I ain't alone. It'll be interesting to see them productize this.

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Melee KochCaitie Koch Big news if this is true and the paste is safe stuff.

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Tamiko LagerwaardDid that frog suddenly migrate there into the transformed desert? C'mon.

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Max RobertsSand was wet with the auger. Makes me wonder if this was a dune in a more tepid area vs desert

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Euan WattI've got an easier and cheaper solution. Stop deforesting!

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Rashmi DograAmazing!

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Charles Virgilio Silvae géra muito emprego!

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Hao-zhen Yang假的,不敢给全景

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Shehadeh FerasThis is great!!!!! Yazan Alhadeed

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Radical Science News shared Oak Ridge National Laboratory's video.

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The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has named ORNL and Idaho National Laboratory part of an International Centre based on Research Reactors. The designation makes the United States one of on...

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Jim ThompsonWhy are we not focusing on molten sodium?

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Radical Science News shared NowThis Future's This Black Hole Was Made Inside Of A Bathtub.

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Scientists recreated a black hole in a bathtub

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Merlina HavicWhat's with the music?

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Radical Science News shared Science's Watch these hot spheres cut through water like a knife through....

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This metal ball may not look like hot stuff, but it can travel through water in a flash: scim.ag/2yfhUp0

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Bob StrackAnd some say science isn't real! This is cool!!

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Frank CampbellNeed to start working on a new 'g' by Free Fall apparatus.

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Radical Science News shared Mashable's Smart headband.

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This brain headband could control your dreams.

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Gva BradleySorry but the Marine Corps taught me to wake up when a light is turned on so this would not work for me. I use Lucid Dreaming instead.

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Structure of Hurricanes and how they form....

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This primer on hot towers shows how warm air gets lifted high above the ocean to power hurricanes and tropical storms.

Radical Science News shared Climate Reality's Now Is Exactly the Time to Talk About Climate Change.

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The notion that we shouldn’t talk about climate change after two huge, devastating hurricanes and with the American West on fire is ridiculous and reprehensible. When we have big problems, it’s ou...

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Zoe SchullerYes we should address climate change but not by being taken advantage by the whole world, the Paris accord was a scam where by America was literally robed let's make a new financial deal without our politicians profiting from this.

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Donald DubowHurricanes have been happening since forever, so have wildfires. The fires are so bad be the tree huggers won't let the forest be managed properly with selective logging and this is the results.

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Dan EmbertonThere are hurricanes on Jupiter that have 400 mph winds. We have cities under the oceans that are thousands of years old. Explain how hairspray and Hummers caused this.

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Sidahmed Boudraai am not a politicien person sorry and all politiker and them party have a budjet so way i schud make me seek as nothing on that world it's a big problem yes and my words kenn help on nothing sorry i feel deeply sade about more i kenn do!.

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Max RobertsHurricanes have been on a downward trend for the last 100 years. This is a media scare tactic. Very sad.

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Clara LeeBun Lo How are you? R u affected?

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Nick MadilimU have all had ur chance to change

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Ludovico Angelo BarovechioBullshit!!!

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Radical Science News shared Science Page's video.

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Credit: World Economic Forum

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Adolf J. DoerigAbsolutely strategic .. a new era in cyber-sovereignty, cyber-dominance and cyber-deterrence in space has begun.

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Jason BlainAmazing work.Think of the applications.

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Don SambolThe latest Tom Clancey "Jack Ryan Junior" novel discusses quantum entanglement (QC). cool

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Xndrei ZtdivadWhat its able to teleport the future of humanity based on today's events?

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Zoe SchullerChinese ? funny

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Rosette Tulipsوَالسَّمَاءِ ذَاتِ الْحُبُكِ

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Radical Science News shared ATTN:'s video.

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Watch this kid see the world in full color for the first time.

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Anil J Anilwhare i can buy please send deatles

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►Biochemists have long studied the ways in which one or a few proteins interact with others. But now they are developing tools to chart more comprehensive sets of protein–protein interactions at levels from organellar to organismal. These interactomes typically look like dense starbursts, with protein dots or nodes joined by the interactions between them. Self-contained clusters of interconnected proteins that emerge from these webs may represent key complexes and communal functions or, as in the case of Ritscher–Schinzel syndrome, provide clues to the roots of disease.

►".....interactomics. By mapping the network of connections between proteins, three research teams independently discovered a complex called Commander that's made up of proteins produced by the mutated genes2. Commander is an essential cell component that sorts and delivers proteins, and its malfunction causes the devastating defects of Ritscher–Schinzel syndrome."

►“If we are going to understand how cells are working, it is critical to connect all the protein–protein interaction maps with spatial maps within the cell.”—Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Hughes Medical Institute

►".....That data set forms the bulk of the interactions reported in the collaborative Human Reference Protein Interactome Mapping Project, and it is still growing. “By 2020 we want something that people will be able to refer to as a reference map for the human interactome,” Vidal says. The work hasn't always gone smoothly. The early days of interactomics generated error-prone networks. Only about 3% of identified interactions had support from more than one method, according to one 2006 review7. “People were extremely cautious about using those data sets,” Vidal says. “But in ten years we have made really incredible progress.....”

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►Biochemists have long studied the ways in which one or a few proteins interact with others. But now they are developing tools to chart more comprehensive sets of protein–protein interactions at levels from organellar to organismal. These interactomes typically look like dense starbursts, with protein dots or nodes joined by the interactions between them. Self-contained clusters of interconnected proteins that emerge from these webs may represent key complexes and communal functions or, as in the case of Ritscher–Schinzel syndrome, provide clues to the roots of disease.

►.....interactomics. By mapping the network of connections between proteins, three research teams independently discovered a complex called Commander thats made up of proteins produced by the mutated genes2. Commander is an essential cell component that sorts and delivers proteins, and its malfunction causes the devastating defects of Ritscher–Schinzel syndrome.

►“If we are going to understand how cells are working, it is critical to connect all the protein–protein interaction maps with spatial maps within the cell.”—Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Hughes Medical Institute

►.....That data set forms the bulk of the interactions reported in the collaborative Human Reference Protein Interactome Mapping Project, and it is still growing. “By 2020 we want something that people will be able to refer to as a reference map for the human interactome,” Vidal says. The work hasnt always gone smoothly. The early days of interactomics generated error-prone networks. Only about 3% of identified interactions had support from more than one method, according to one 2006 review7. “People were extremely cautious about using those data sets,” Vidal says. “But in ten years we have made really incredible progress.....”

Click here for more details►http://go.nature.com/2xDxP3m

#interactomes #proteomicMap #biochemistry #bioPhysics #cellSignaling #proteinFunction #bioinformatics #genetics

Radical Science News shared Hashem Al-Ghaili's Converting Fats into Stem Cells.

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Fat cells converted into stem cells can repair any damaged tissues.

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Rene PalafoxJust don't wait to long to do it to humans

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Betty J. SchwartzThen I have plenty to share

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BryantJaejoong OngWhere can I donate my fat?😬😬

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Joseph MaciasPlz take mines

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Randall CedenoWhere do I sign up

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Michael-Debra CastlePancreas ????

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Eddie Jesus Martinez BrionesMagic= SCIENCE

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Tom HamiltonManasseh Nas Dawkins amazing

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Søren MouritsenMalignancy

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Radical Science News shared Science Insider's Why all hurricanes spin counterclockwise.

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Here's why Atlantic hurricanes rotate counterclockwise, and no...it has nothing to do with the "mystic" Fibonacci sequence...
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Here's why all hurricanes, like Irma and Harvey, spin counterclockwise.

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Richard SaundersMy burning question is, which direction does water in a drain or flushed toilet rotate at the equator?

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Richard MartinSame reason your toilet water and and other drains like the tub and sink spin diffrent in the north and the south 😉

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Scott Doran AdamsonLol need to know!

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Radical Science News shared Mashable's Solar panels made with ink.

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Forget solar roofs, these solar panels are cheap, paper-thin and made with a revolutionary conductive ink.

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Marshall GattenCool, but why are they installed all wrinkled? It looks like they've already undergone a hurricane or two. Have they not invented flattening technology?

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Camron KitchenTesla's Solar Roof is cooler.

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Radical Science News shared Science Page's video.

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Seeing Andromeda - Professor Brian Cox Via: BBC Two

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Radical Science News shared Beyond Our Sight's video.

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Now and Then. #Science Some of the earliest astro-photographs of Planets, Nebulae and Galaxies.

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"...Ionic Industries announces a process for economically mass-producing graphene micro supercapacitors..."

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...Ionic Industries announces a process for economically mass-producing graphene micro supercapacitors...

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Radical Science News shared INSIDER design's How glass tiles are made.

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This is how glass tiles are made.

Radical Science News shared Cheddar's This Big-Armed Robot Gives You Super-Human Strength.

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This big-armed robot gives you super-human strength.

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Gary DanielNow one day without a human meat bag guiding it. Warren Diodosio, Peter Xing

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Nh Ex Usthe age of the mecha droid is upon us

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Vytis DzenutisHovering capabilities next beautiful robot!🤖🇺🇸

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Neil Goodwinmount those arms on big dog and you have one scary robot.

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Ryan JenningsLottery win material right here Lee Agnew x

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Robert RamosHell yes. This is needed.

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Radical Science News shared 350.org's Climate Facts: Hurricane Irma.

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Texas and Louisiana have barely begun recovering from Harvey. Now Hurricane Irma is whipping through the Caribbean and barreling towards the Florida coast. Climate change and hurricanes are connected,...

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Radical Science NewsSorry we don't typically make politically charged posts, that was one of our posters, but man made climate change is real...for the record, climate is much more complex than simplistic answers such as "its our sun".

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Chris MilesYeah because it doesn't cause any problems to pump energy into our ionosphere effectively heating our planet and pushing jet streams out of their normal movements. Even if we stop fossil fuel dependence it won't help to cool our planet off. There's so much released through geothermal venting as well as volcanic activity that those gasses will continue to be released no matter what we do. Keep believing that you just have to pay money to elite governments to go green to save our environment. Then you'll be broke as well as living on this hell we've created by letting our governments decide what's best for humanity.

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Pierre Arthur LejeuneAnd how do you expect people to fix this, you idealistic moron ? What do you suggest ? I bet you took your car back home, ate macdonalds and bought the last iPhone ... There's no way to cool the planet, even with no human at all.

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Thomas M. GeislerBecause none of this has anything to do with the sun. That giant ball of fire in the sky that everyone seems to be forgetting about..... and why won't MSM have an actual debate. They use dumbed down gotcha language and psychological warfare tactics to push this. Oh, and the whole climate gate thing..... pshhhhhh. It's not like there hasn't been massive solar flares in the last weeks or anything.... lol.

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Jørgen BondorffAlas Chris Miles is representing a general attitude which I believe is utterly wrong... The use of fossil based energy should be banned and replaced with Thorium based energy. It's clean, it is without dangerous radiation, it cannot be used to make bombs and Thorium is all over the world. The only obstacles are the economic interests in traditional sources og energy - and poor knowledge...😉

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Michael SullivanYou ppl are so close minded. Look at all sides. Look at history. 1893. Take a quick peek on all hurricanes that year. Look at recorded water temps that can be found from harbor masters at that time recorded. Water hasn't changed at all in relation to temperature. Not one nano degree. That was one of the busiest and deadliest hurricane years of all time. Look at every year on hurricane activity. It's busy 90-93% of the time. Where we live puts us in danger for these "natural occurrences" (hurricanes) to hit our population centers. Steering currents and topographical layout play a big part on where these systems go. As well as cold fronts, high pressure centers and where they are located. You ppl are trying to scare the public and play on their ignorance. We see much more damage and loss of life now because we are much more populated now than before. We have build houses on natural water sheds(which is stupid) and other lame brain moves which constitute to the flooding factor of these storms. You ppl that come up with these doom and gloom should be imprisoned. Deliver the facts. Help ppl by delivering weather warnings and the such. Do your job. Global warming isn't it. This "warming" is a natural trend that has happened for billions of years. Yes B as in Billions. It happened before humans and will happen long after we are gone. Tectonic shifts, ocean warming, glacial melts, etc. check the real science. Then be honest with yourself. You dip shits are trying to get us on the "Carbon Credit" train. Which is the biggest scam that GB has ever tried. Always about the money. Alll these doom and gloom agendas. Try this, go out and enjoy your life. Live it. Enjoy your family. Life is short. And my flatulents or a cows isn't gonna rain on your parade.

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Steve GreeneYeah, because there hasn't ever In history been a hurricane before... Over the last decade, hurricane frequency has actually decreased... Ocean temperatures have been rising for almost two hundred years. This is not a man made phenomenon...

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Boyd PetersenI am watching Southpark "Two days before the day after tomorrow" which is appropriate for this discussion. Its hilarious. Just so happened to catch it on tv. Focuses on the hysteria of global warming.

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Steve GreeneMan made climate change is not real... There is no proof whatsoever that it's the case. Man is very inconsequential in the matters of climate change...

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Donnie HossWell when ever someone comes up with a good idea like the man who made a car that could run on water. For some reason they just mysteriously end up dead sooooo whats your point.

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Javier Hijo De Javier RodriguezThis "climate change" is fake. Climate anomalies are caused by the behavior of the sun. This is already documented, in fact these last hurricanes originated because the sun launched a strong eruption of electromagnetic charge, this alters the terrestrial nucleus and generates high energy release that heats the sea. "Climate change" is a total FAKE.

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Peter AnkerAt least there's poetic justice in the hurricanes roaming the lands of the country that's the no. 1 polluter and being most in denial about climate change. Deal with it. 😎

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Troy FatteicherGlobal warming has already been debunked. This of course is not covered in main stream media. What is happening is a normal weather cycle that takes thousands of years to go full cycle.

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Mat NovI'm tired of hearing comments like, "If we stay on our current course". It's done people. The first domino fell 30 years ago

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Shodrick ShodneyIt's called climate change. Not to worry, the climate is always changing.

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Brian StofielTime for the lies and political propaganda of climate change to stop and the real discussion of pollution and finite resource management to start. GET HUMANS OFF THE DEPENDENCE ON EARTH'S FINITE RESOURCES AND EXPLORE THE INFINITE RESOURCES OF THE UNIVERSE

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Dan EmbertonClimate change is not man made nor can man change it. #stopthebullshit

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Matt van den HamSo if we were all using clean energy would this have happened? Probably

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Arsjaad PoeseMy girl told me 9 inches is perfect for he.

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Cory PredmoreMaybe El Nino and El Nina are a factor into the hurricanes?

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Boyd PetersenUggh I hate when people politicize shit like this. Come on

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Paul LynasHey.. Trump!! Still don't believe in CLIMATE CHANGE??!!

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Dan BastSo fkn tired of you mother fakes spending your days lying to the stupid.

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Kevser DemirArakan ama sessiz kalırsa Amerikan halkı Tanrının gazabi sizleride bulur.... Arakan da insanları diri diri yapıyorlar ve sizin umrunda bile değil. ...

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Tony HartleyScaremongering bull shit

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Radical Science News shared Science Page's video.

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The simple trigonometry behind star surveillance and red-shifting....
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Have you ever wondered how astronomers can tell us that an object is found more than 13 billion light-years away? How do they know that it took more than 13 billion years for that light to reach Earth...

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Joseph Guillory3 squared times infinite (1/37).

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Radical Science News shared Science Insider's What will happen to NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

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Cassini's mission of surveying both Saturn and its orbiting moons will end soon....here's what will happen....
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NASA is about to destroy a $3.26 billion spacecraft by flying it into Saturn — here's a breakdown of what will happen.


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