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Sprakebüll: A German village embraces a solar future | DW | 02.08.2021

“I am proud of Sprakebüll. It’s great to be a part of this, to hear people from outside tell me…

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Then and now: The burning issue of wildfires

In our monthly feature, Then and Now, we reveal some of the ways that planet Earth has been changing against…

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Zoom reaches US$85M settlement over user privacy, ‘Zoombombing’

Zoom Video Communications agreed to pay US$85 million and bolster its security practices to settle a lawsuit claiming it violated…

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UK ‘first in line’ to own Mars land as leading space lawyer ‘validates’ 12-year claim 

NASA observatory spots flurry of solar flares Dr Philip Davies is a Hampshire-based GP on a mission to stop Mars…

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Polar bears use rocks and ice as weapons to kill walruses: study

TORONTO — While polar bears are known for being worthy opponents in the Arctic, questions remained about how they managed…

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Stranded Killer Whale Survives With Help of Good Samaritans

Boaters in Alaska came upon a peculiar sight on Thursday: A 20-foot-long killer whale was on the shore, stuck in…

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Two-headed sea turtle hatchling found on South Carolina beach

Park volunteers patrolling a beach in South Carolina on Wednesday stumbled upon an unexpected surprise: a two-headed baby sea turtle.…

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U.S. Justice Department says Russians hacked federal prosecutors

The Russian hackers behind the massive SolarWinds cyberespionage campaign broke into the email accounts of some of the most prominent…

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A Plant That ‘Cannot Die’ Reveals Its Genetic Secrets

Approximately 86 million years ago, after a mistake in cell division, the entire Welwitschia genome doubled during a time of…

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Vaccine lunacy: A new study just shamed every anti-vaxxer in the world

The anti-vax movement has taken on a new meaning in the age of coronavirus, with what was once considered a…

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