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Ocean floor research boat ready

Ocean floor research boat ready CALIFORNIA: A US company has developed a drone boat that will automatically map solar-powered ocean floor and collect valuable data on the marine environment. The Almeida-based cell drone company has built several models before, but it is the largest and most modern model, measuring 72 feet in length. Its first model in 2018 was only 23 feet long. Cell drones have…
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Pakistani Data Scientist's first book on 18 ways to earn money from the Internet

Pakistani Data Scientist’s first book on 18 ways to earn money from the Internet Karachi: Dr. Zeeshan Al Hassan Usmani, a prominent Pakistani data scientist, full bright scholar and digital science consultant from Sukkur, has written a unique and first-of-its-kind book on 18 ways to earn money from the Internet. This book is written in a special Pakistani context and contains step-by-step…
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SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft

SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft According to previous announcements, the year 2020 has been described as the year of the busiest and most important breakthrough, with manned spaceflight in space to take the Earth beyond the Earth to the Moon and Mars, but unfortunately Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during this time. All economic activity came to a standstill and this year was financially…
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What would a Saudi city without cars and carbon be like?

What would a Saudi city without cars and carbon be like? Saudi Arabia has vowed to build a new car-free city in the border region of Tabuk province called The Line. Construction will begin in the next few months. Saudi Arabia has announced plans to build a fully carbon-free smart city under its wider New Zone project. The city will be built on the shores of the Red Sea, a major commercial hub of…
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Are Aliens in the Universe?

Are Aliens in the Universe? Can there be any “human beings” in this universe other than human beings? This is the question that has been circulating in the minds of ancient and modern space scientists and philosophers as well as science function experts. Many fictional novels and films were made on this question. The protagonist of these novels and films was shown to be a creature that…
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Nomad Land wins four National Society of Film Critics Awards

Nomad Land wins four National Society of Film Critics Awards The story of an American woman living in a van has earned Nomad Land the Best Film of 2020 as well as the Best Cinematography, Best Director and Best Actress awards. New Zealand’s Francis McDormand won Best Actress, Delaroy Lando won Best Actor for The 5 Bloods, Paul Richie won Best Supporting Actor for Sound of Metal, and Maria…
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17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland

The world's first system to detect jaundice in newborns

17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland

The world's first system to detect jaundice in newborns

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California authorities direct to stop overdoses of modern vaccines, news agency

California authorities direct to stop overdoses of modern vaccines, news agency CALIFORNIA (Reuters) – Authorities in the U.S. state of California have issued orders to stop overdoses of the modern vaccine, following reports of adverse effects in individuals. It is believed that with the permission of the Drug Regulatory Authority, the US government has purchased crores of food from Moderna…
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FiveG technology: Measures to expand the network of Japanese companies

FiveG technology: Measures to expand the network of Japanese companies TOKYO: Mobile phone companies in Japan are working to provide state-of-the-art Fioji technology to all their customers, with companies taking steps to further improve their base stations. The FiveG service is the fifth generation mobile phone internet to ensure coverage through the fastest data downloading, uploading and…
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What is this light like in space for 150 years?

What is this light like in space for 150 years? Washington: The US space agency NASA has released a picture of fireworks in space which has been in space for the last 150 years.Posting the photo on the social networking site Instagram, NASA wrote, “Have you seen fireworks that move slowly?” So slowly that it lasted a hundred and fifty years?According to NASA, the fireworks in space…
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