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Mayan ’embassy’ built in the 4th century is uncovered using airborne lasers beams

Archaeologists in Guatemala believe they have discovered a hidden 'embassy'

High–load capacity origami transformable wheel

INTRODUCTIONOrigami has been a rich source of inspiration for art, education, and mathematics, and it has proven to…

Elon Musk’s SpaceX ‘will bring first woman to the Moon after signing…

NASA has chosen Elon Musk's SpaceX to build the spacecraft that take the first woman and next man to the moon.The…

Electrically programmable adhesive hydrogels for climbing robots

INTRODUCTIONClimbing robots have been of great interest for fundamental research and for industry or military…

Physicists Use Rapidly-Spinning Black Holes to Look for Dark Matter | Astronomy,…

Ultralight bosons — hypothetical particles with masses less than a billionth the mass of an electron — could be…

The Muldrow Glacier in Alaska Is Moving 100 Times Faster Than Normal

The Muldrow Glacier, on the north side of Denali in Alaska, is undergoing a rare surge. In the past few

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Mayan ’embassy’ built in the 4th century is uncovered using airborne lasers beams

Archaeologists in Guatemala believe they have discovered a hidden 'embassy'

High–load capacity origami transformable wheel

INTRODUCTIONOrigami has been a rich source of inspiration for art, education, and mathematics, and it has proven to be an efficient and effective method for realizing transformable structures in nature (1–3) and artificial systems (4–8). Composite membrane origami, the design technique based on the laminar composition of flexible membranes with rigid facet constraints, opens a new field for robotics by the transition from component assembly to lamination, which considerably simplifies design, fabrication, and assembly. This…

Elon Musk’s SpaceX ‘will bring first woman to the Moon after signing rocket deal with NASA’

NASA has chosen Elon Musk's SpaceX to build the spacecraft that take the first woman and next man to the moon.The American space agency made the official announcement Friday, which includes SpaceX's  $2.9 billion contract to build the lunar lander that is reportedly much lower than what competitors bid. The Washington Post shared the news hours before saying the Musk-owned firm beat out Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin and Dynetics. Bezos owns the Post, which branded Musk's win a 'stunning victory' over his Amazon tycoon's rival…

Electrically programmable adhesive hydrogels for climbing robots

INTRODUCTIONClimbing robots have been of great interest for fundamental research and for industry or military applications (1–3). A key challenge for the field of climbing robots is to realize programmable surface attachment/detachment. Over the past decades, scientists have attempted to address this issue mainly from the morphological design of materials or engineering control over robot motion systems. A representative example of the morphological strategy involves a biomimetic approach inspired by geckos, which is…

Physicists Use Rapidly-Spinning Black Holes to Look for Dark Matter | Astronomy, Physics

Ultralight bosons — hypothetical particles with masses less than a billionth the mass of an electron — could be responsible for the Universe’s dark matter. In new research, an international team of physicists from the United States, the Netherlands, Belgium and Hong Kong searched for ultralight bosons using fast-spinning black holes. An artist’s impression of a rotating black hole. Image credit: Sci-News.com / Zdeněk Bardon / ESO. Clouds of ultralight bosons — such as axions — can form around a rapidly spinning black…

The Muldrow Glacier in Alaska Is Moving 100 Times Faster Than Normal

The Muldrow Glacier, on the north side of Denali in Alaska, is undergoing a rare surge. In the past few months the 39-mile-long river of ice has been moving as much as 90 feet a day, 100 times its usual speed. Natural color image via Copernicus Sentinel-2; Radar images via Copernicus Sentinel-1 The event has excited glaciologists, who’ve rushed to study it using satellite imaging, specialized aerial photography and global positioning system devices delicately placed on

Sweeping Whale Streaming Series, Profile of CRISPR Discoverer and an Examination of Future Realities

Secrets of the Whales by Brian Skerry Streaming on Disney+, starting April 22 Despite being warm-blooded, air-breathing mammals descended from land animals, whales give birth, nurse and raise their young entirely at sea. This sweeping four-part series takes a riveting view of these mysterious and mesmerizing ocean dwellers. Executive produced by James Cameron and narrated by Sigourney Weaver, the series' chief message is that whales are more than sea creatures: they have sophisticated communication, close-knit…

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Andrew Yang leads the New York mayoral race despite missteps.

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Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer agree to suspend election campaigning

Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer agreed to halt campaigning for next month's local elections until after the Duke…

Lib Dem peer Shirley Williams ex-Labour Cabinet ministers dies aged 90…

Lib Dem peer Shirley Williams, one of the 'Gang of Four' ex-Labour Cabinet ministers, dies aged 90 

Empire of Pain review: the Sacklers, opioids and the sickening of…

By 2016, opioids had torn a piece out of Appalachia and the rust belt. The deep drop in life expectancy among white…

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S&P 500 Edges Down as Investors Sell Bonds, Tech Stocks

Major U.S. stock indexes pulled back Tuesday as investors sold government bonds along with shares of technology…

Dow Closes Above 33000 for First Time

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 33000 for the first time Wednesday after the Federal Reserve

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view on Prince Philip’s funeral: an era is ending

view on Prince Philip’s funeral Because of the pandemic and its restrictions, the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral  …

Breonna Taylor died more than a year ago. But US policing has barely…

It has been over a year since Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old ER technician, was killed by police officers in her…

Why did the Washington Post ban a sexual assault survivor from…

Felicia Sonmez had to flee her home. In early 2020, after the death of the basketball player Kobe Bryant, Sonmez, a…

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I Am Trying to Decide if I Should Buy Two Rolls of Paper Towel or Three

I am trying to decide if I should buy tworolls of paper towel or threeand if I buy two rolls of paper towel nowthen…

Biden’s Jobs Plan Is Also a Climate Plan. Will It Make a Difference?

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Dept Of Persuasion News, Opinion, and Analysis—The New Yorker

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Daniel Borzutzky’s Poems Channel Cacophony in an Age of Calamity

Daniel Borzutzky distorts stock rhythms and idioms, rendering them newly strange.Photograph by Zakkiyyah Najeebah…
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