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Monstrous-looking Fish Washed Ashore In California Scares Beachgoers - Photo

According to the California Department of Fish & Wildlife the ugly creature turned out to be a Pacific footballfish. Encounters with it are extremely rare, because it normally swims at depths of 3,000ft.

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Exceptional Growth Is The ‘new Normal’ For Solar And Wind Energy

Onshore wind turbines and electricity transmission pylons at the Little Cheyne Court Wind Farm near Camber, UK, on October 26th, 2020.  | Photo: Bloomberg / Contributor via Getty Images Solar and wind energy growth soared in...
Related topics: Solar Power, Bloomberg

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Subaru’s First Ev Looks To Have The Same Shape As The Outback Crossover

Subaru is starting to drum up hype for its first electric vehicle (EV), a crossover-styled vehicle called the Solterra. The company has shared a few images of the upcoming car, but for the most part, the photos only show off the name and the...

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Awesome, Hypnotic Photos Of Swirling, Crystal Chemistry

A new book goes micro to show the wonderful world of close-up chemical reactions.

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Merriam-webster Plans To Auction The Nft Of Its Definition Of Nft

A Merriam-Webster dictionary sits atop their citation files for the 2014 word of the year, "culture," at the dictionary publisher's offices in Springfield, Mass. on Dec. 9, 2014. AP Photo/Stephan Savoia Merriam-Webster announced that...

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Get A 10-year Data Storage Plan For Under $20

TL;DR: As of May 10, get a ten-year subscription to ZipDrive's Basic Plan for $19.99 — a 79% discount. Photos taking up too much space on your phone? Want to collaborate more efficiently at work? Consider a ten-year subscription to...

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Bird Is Reportedly Taking Its Electric Scooter Company Public Via Spac

Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Bird, the electric scooter company that helped launch the global micromobility boom, is planning to go public via a reverse merger with a special acquisition company, or SPAC, according to dot.LA. Bird is...

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Elon Musk’s Spacex Is Literally Launching A Dogecoin-funded Satellite To The Moon

SpaceX launches a Falcon 9 rocket in February 2021. | Photo: SpaceX SpaceX is now accepting Dogecoin, and it’ll be paid exclusively in the cryptocurrency to launch an upcoming satellite named DOGE-1 to — yes — the Moon. The DOGE-1 is a...
Related topics: SpaceX, Space, Dogecoin, Satellites, Moon

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Umass Amherst Students Kicked Out Of School Over Maskless Photo Taken Outdoors Off-campus

"The freshmen students will reportedly lose their course credits and tuition over the maskless photo that was posted on social media." The post UMass Amherst Students Kicked Out of School Over Maskless Photo Taken Outdoors Off-Campus first appeared...
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Nasa Slams China For ‘failing To Meet Responsible Standards’ After Rocket Debris Splashdown In...

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images NASA leadership is accusing China of “failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris” following the return to Earth by their Long March 5B Y2 rocket. On Saturday night, the China...
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After Tesla Increased The Price Of A Solar Roof Project By More Than $30,000, The Customers Explain...

Tesla CEO Elon Musk introducing the Powerwall in 2015. Ringo H.W. Chiu/AP Photo A Pennsylvania lawsuit said Tesla was in breach of its contract after raising a Solar Roof price. The suit, filed by Philip Dahlin and Mary Arndtsen, said it would...
Related topics: Tesla, Lawsuits

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An Out-of-control Chinese Rocket Has Re-entered Earth’s Atmosphere

Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images The 100-foot-tall, 22-metric-ton Chinese Long March 5B rocket that launched the first chunk of Beijing’s new space station last month has reentered Earth’s atmosphere near the Maldives, China’s Manned...
Related topics: Space

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Google’s Nest Mini Is Only $19 At Adorama

Google’s Nest Mini hits an all-time low — at least price-wise. | Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge Whether you’ve fully committed to the smart home ecosystem or are just dabbling in the space for the first time, picking up a smart...
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Tesla Privately Admits Elon Musk Has Been Exaggerating About ‘full Self-driving’

Photo by Britta Pedersen-Pool/Getty Images Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been overstating the capabilities of the company’s advanced driver assist system, the company’s director of Autopilot software told the California Department of Motor...
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The Autonomous Vehicle World Is Shrinking — It’s Overdue

Photo Illustration by Grayson Blackmon / The Verge ‘The AV industry has promised too much for too long, and has delivered too little’ Continue reading…

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Chinese Rocket Falling To Earth This Weekend Poses ‘extremely Low’ Risk To People

Photo by STR / AFP via Getty Images Another “out-of-control” Chinese rocket stage in orbit has spawned a news cycle. But for people on Earth, there’s not much to worry about. The 100-foot-tall, 22-metric-ton corpse of a Chinese Long...

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No, Nasa Photos Are Not Evidence Of Fungus Growing On Mars, Sorry - Cnet

Despite what you might have read, the claims for life on Mars are shoddy and unscientific.
Related topics: NASA, Space, Mars

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Rivian R1t’s Been Spotted With A Lidar Rig — Is This Driver+ Related?

A Rivian R1T truck was sighted driving along Page Mill Road in Palo Alto, California, according to photos shared with Teslarati. Intriguingly, the car was bearing a LiDAR rig on its roof. With the upcoming launch of the R1T, it’s rather safe to...

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The Ethereum Co-founder Explains Why The Nft Space Has Become Saturated And Why He Isn't Interested...

Anthony Di Ionio, co-founder of Ethereum. Photo from Decentral Ethereum co-founder Anthony Di Iorio said he thinks the market for NFTs has become saturated. "I don't know if the value of it is really showing through yet," he told...

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American's New Climate 'normal' Is Hotter, Wetter, And More Extreme

In this Monday, Feb. 1, 2021 file photo, emissions from a coal-fired power plant are silhouetted against the setting sun in Independence, Mo. AP Photo/Charlie Riedel New climate data released Tuesday shows temperatures across most of the US are...
Related topics: Sun

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