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An Albert Einstein toy doll floats on board the SpaceX Crew Dragon "Endurance" as the Crew-5 astronauts

Astronauts Fly Albert Einstein Doll To Demonstration Physicist’s ‘Happiest Thought’

Albert Einstein’s ‘happiest thought’ has been proven again by four international astronauts and a small doll made in his image (opens in a new tab). Entering Earth orbit Wednesday, Oct. 5, crew members aboard SpaceX’s Dragon “Endurance” spacecraft (opens in a new tab) revealed their chosen “zero-g indicator,” a plush toy of the late theoretical …

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A composite view of Protocodium sinense, a new species of green algae from more than 541 million years ago. To the left is an external view of the fossil, followed by a view through the outer layer (green) and an image of the inner core (gold).

Plants Evolved Even Earlier Than We Thought, Exquisite 3D Fossils Suggest

The oldest three-dimensionally preserved green algae may suggest that plants arose earlier than previously believed. The fossils are over 541 million years old, which places them at the end of the Ediacaran period (635 to 541 million years ago). It was at the dawn of the Cambrian Period (541 million to 485.4 million years ago) …

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You thought you paid a lot to heat your house last year?  Expect this winter |  CNN Business

You thought you paid a lot to heat your house last year? Expect this winter | CNN Business

New York CNN Business — After noticing his electricity bills were rising earlier this year, Jason Bell opted for a budget plan so he could spread the costs over 12 months. He and his husband, Shane, thought it would help them get through the coming winter since their home in Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania is heated …

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A new study has warned that the Pine Island Ice Shelf – the ice shelf that controls the flow of ice from the Pine Island Glacier – may be more vulnerable to complete disintegration than previously thought.

Pine Island Glacier is more vulnerable than previously thought – and could raise sea levels by 1.6ft

Antarctica’s Pine Island Ice Shelf is more vulnerable than previously thought – and could cause sea levels to rise by 1.6 FEET if it collapses, study warns The Pine Island Ice Shelf holds enough ice to raise sea levels by 1.6 feet It may be more vulnerable to complete disintegration than previously thought In a …

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3 Common Thought Traps and How to Avoid Them, According to a Yale Psychologist: Life Kit

3 Common Thought Traps and How to Avoid Them, According to a Yale Psychologist: Life Kit

Malta Mueller/Getty Images/fStop Malta Mueller/Getty Images/fStop The mind is a delicate thing. It can lead us to believe that we can confidently sing “Bohemian Rhapsody” at karaoke even if we haven’t heard the song in years, or that a bad review on Yelp is reason enough not to go. a 4 star restaurant. These thinking …

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NASA's CAPSTONE lunar probe has more problems than we thought

NASA’s CAPSTONE lunar probe has more problems than we thought

Artist’s rendering of CAPSTONE.Image: Nasa Controllers with the CAPSTONE mission are attempt to regain control of the Probe bound to the Moon, which is currently collapsing, is experiencing temperature issues and is unable to use its solar panels to fully recharge its batteries. In a update released on Monday, Advanced Space described it as a …

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NASA's CAPSTONE lunar probe has more problems than we thought

NASA’s CAPSTONE lunar probe has more problems than we thought

Artist’s rendering of CAPSTONE.Image: Nasa Controllers with the CAPSTONE mission are attempt to regain control of the Probe bound to the Moon, which is currently collapsing, is experiencing temperature issues and is unable to use its solar panels to fully recharge its batteries. In a update released on Monday, Advanced Space described it as a …

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