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Loveland Reporter-Herald
How they voted:area Congressional votes for the week of Feb. 12-16, 2017Act (H.R. 4378), to direct the secretary of energy to carry out the constructio
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Act (H.R. 4378), to direct the secretary of energy to carry out the construction of a versatile reactor-based fast neutron source. The Senate also passed the Veterans Care Financial Protection Act (H.R. 3122), to require the Department of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Psychologists predict humans will welcome the discovery of ETof pulsars that emit x-rays and gamma rays have also been spotted. Pulsars are
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
of pulsars that emit x-rays and gamma rays have also been spotted. Pulsars are essentially rotating, highly magnatised neutron stars but when they were first discovered it was believed they could come from aliens. In 1977, an astronomer... Read more
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The Lake County Record-Bee
Time and tidepass. For example, if you traveled through deep space in your space ship, and
The Lake County Record-Bee / Posted 4 days ago
pass. For example, if you traveled through deep space in your space ship, and you were caught by the gravitation of a Neutron Star, what scientists’ call a Black Hole, you would be stuck there until, after fifty years, somebody dropped by and... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
$1.8 billion Fermilab project clears big hurdlethem clues as to why the visible universe is dominated by matter, on the balanc
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 4 days ago
them clues as to why the visible universe is dominated by matter, on the balance between matter and anti-matter and on how neutron stars and black holes work. The research might even advance work on Albert Einstein's anticipated unified theory of... Read more
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The Manila Times
China’s 1st homegrown nuclear fuel container passes testsof nuclear fuel, which an expert said could boost China-made nuclear equipment.
The Manila Times / Posted 5 days ago
of nuclear fuel, which an expert said could boost China-made nuclear equipment. The container, made of the B4C/Al neutron absorbing materials for storing and transporting nuclear fuel and spent nuclear fuel, was developed by the Chinese... Read more
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Beloit Daily News
Green light for NorthStar's next stepacross the country. "NorthStar's processes are based on proven, well-establish
Beloit Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
across the country. "NorthStar's processes are based on proven, well-established principles, as exemplified by our neutron capture production process, and marks a significant technological advancement to current technology," said James... Read more
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The News & Observer
SpaceX successfully tests powerful Falcon Heavy rocketAtlantic Ocean. The expedition included Mote Marine Laboratory's Dr. Robert Hue
The News & Observer / Posted 12 days ago
Atlantic Ocean. The expedition included Mote Marine Laboratory's Dr. Robert Hueter. A violent collision of two super-dense neutron stars in a distant galaxy has helped astronomers uncover cosmic secrets, including where gold comes from. The... Read more
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Oxford Mail
WEEKEND RESULTS: February 3-43; Grove Chall 2, Crowmarsh Saints 1; Abingdon Yellows 2, Abingdon Utd 2. Winte
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 days ago
3; Grove Chall 2, Crowmarsh Saints 1; Abingdon Yellows 2, Abingdon Utd 2. Winter/Spring D: Appleton Whites 7, Summertown Neutron Stars 0; Radley Utd 9, Abingdon Green 1; St Edmunds Wootton 1, Stanford in the Vale 6; Cumnor Minors 1, Cholsey... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
When a submarine shot 1950s San Francisco (with a camera)the shore. Photographed from hundreds of yards from land, the city appears to b
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
the shore. Photographed from hundreds of yards from land, the city appears to be abandoned, with buildings intact.— a post-neutron-bomb, “On the Beach” version of San Francisco. The Chronicle, publishing in a more conservative pro-military era,... Read more
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ABC News
What I learned from watching a week of North Korean TVno light, no pesticides and—wait for it—no manure. For a 25-year-old who grew
ABC News / Posted 18 days ago
no light, no pesticides and—wait for it—no manure. For a 25-year-old who grew up watching “The Powerpuff Girls” and “Jimmy Neutron,” I couldn’t help but feel sorry for the children living in Pyongyang. Cartoons can be so much more fun. ABC News’... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Author's Page for John F. Migliomanipulative, and corrupt, i.e., a fictional representation of real-life corpor
Op-Ed News / Posted 18 days ago
manipulative, and corrupt, i.e., a fictional representation of real-life corporate raiders like "Chainsaw Al" Dunlop, "Neutron Jack" Welsh, and of course, the current Republican nominee for president, "Bullshit Mitt" Romney. Monday, October... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Why croissants are the best things since sliced breadmade about them? It’s fun pronouncing “croissant” in French If you watched th
The Daily Californian / Posted 19 days ago
made about them? It’s fun pronouncing “croissant” in French If you watched the previous video of Carl Wheezer from “Jimmy Neutron,” you’ll get why this is funny. It’s a bit of a shock to the system when you walk into your first day of French class... Read more
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The Space Review
Ripples in Spacetimesoon detected gravitational waves from a source other than black holes coming t
The Space Review / Posted 20 days ago
soon detected gravitational waves from a source other than black holes coming together: in this case, a collision of neutron stars. It’ll keep astronomers from getting bored. Jeff Foust (jeff@thespacereview.com) is the editor and publisher... Read more
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Al.com
Alabama scientists win America's top prize in high-energy astronomyhigh-energy astronomy for their role in detecting the first gravitational and l
Al.com / Posted 20 days ago
high-energy astronomy for their role in detecting the first gravitational and light waves coming from the collision of two neutron stars. Dr. Colleen Wilson-Hodge and the Fermi Gamma-ray Burst Team (GBM) were chosen by the American Astronomical... Read more
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The Hindu
On how tech is reshaping educationabout the history of gravity and the incredible achievements with the detection
The Hindu / Posted 20 days ago
about the history of gravity and the incredible achievements with the detection of gravitational waves and the discovery of neutron stars collision. As a science educationist, do you think technology will change the manner in which science is... Read more
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Philly.com
The Year of Whatevs: Why Trump Fatigue makes 2018 so dangerous | Will Bunchto be standing but their humanity — and their ability to fight authoritarian go
Philly.com / Posted 20 days ago
to be standing but their humanity — and their ability to fight authoritarian government — has been destroyed, as if a neutron bomb had been dropped. Last weekend’s rapid capitulation by Senate Democrats in the vague and... Read more
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Ogle County News
You can view the night sky at forest preserve’s observatory16, 7 - 8:30 p.m. Join us at the Weiskopf Observatory for discussions of intere
Ogle County News / Posted 23 days ago
16, 7 - 8:30 p.m. Join us at the Weiskopf Observatory for discussions of interesting topics in astronomy – black holes, neutron stars, supernovas and more. Please register by Thursday, Feb. 15 by calling 815 234-8535 extension 200. �This free... Read more
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Philly.com
The Year of ¯\_(ツ)_/¯: Why Trump Fatigue makes 2018 so dangerous | Will Bunchto be standing but their humanity — and their ability to fight authoritarian go
Philly.com / Posted 24 days ago
to be standing but their humanity — and their ability to fight authoritarian government — has been destroyed, as if a neutron bomb had been dropped. Last weekend’s rapid capitulation by Senate Democrats in the vague and... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
NASA's Newly Renamed Swift Mission Spies A Comet Slowdowninvestigations for 13 years — monitoring comets, studying stars hosting exoplan
The Aero-News Network / Posted 28 days ago
investigations for 13 years — monitoring comets, studying stars hosting exoplanets, and catching outbursts from supernovas, neutron stars and black holes — and it continues to be fully operational. NASA announced at the AAS meeting that the mission... Read more
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heraldscotland
Mysterious signal from a galaxy far, far away could just be an alien soap operawith scientists taking decades to figure out that the vast majority of interste
heraldscotland / Posted 28 days ago
with scientists taking decades to figure out that the vast majority of interstellar radio signals naturally emanate from neutron stars called pulsars. Yet major anomalies persist – the most famous example being a mysterious transmission picked up... Read more
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FOX Business
Neutron Jack Welch is going nuclear over GE meltdownNeutron Jack is having a meltdown! As a new batch of bad news has hit General
FOX Business / Posted 30 days ago
Neutron Jack is having a meltdown! As a new batch of bad news has hit General Electric (NYSE:GE) this week, the company’s former longtime chief executive and now management guru “Neutron Jack” Welch is said to be apoplectic about the mounting... Read more
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FOX Business
Neutron Jack Welch is going nuclear over GE meltdownNeutron Jack is having a meltdown! Continue Reading Below As a new batch of b
FOX Business / Posted 30 days ago
Neutron Jack is having a meltdown! Continue Reading Below As a new batch of bad news has hit General Electric (GE) this week, the company’s former longtime chief executive and now management guru “Neutron Jack” Welch is said to be apoplectic about... Read more
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International Business Times
Mysterious glow from distant Kilonova neutron star collision baffles scientists Remember the two neutron stars that were found merging some 138 million light-y
International Business Times / Posted 30 days ago
Remember the two neutron stars that were found merging some 138 million light-years away from Earth last August? Researchers looking at the aftermath of that collision, officially dubbed GW170817, have witnessed something mysterious. In typical... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Kate Becker: The slowly unfolding mystery of fast radio burstslatest observations, researchers are beginning to make some rough sketches of F
Colorado Daily / Posted a month ago
latest observations, researchers are beginning to make some rough sketches of FRB 121102 and its origins. Perhaps it is a neutron star — the dense leftover of a supernova explosion — living next door to a black hole, or tucked inside highly... Read more
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EarthSky
How massive can neutron stars be?of gravitational waves to answer a question that’s plagued scientists since the
EarthSky / Posted a month ago
of gravitational waves to answer a question that’s plagued scientists since the 1960s, when they first discovered neutron stars, or stars composed predominantly of closely packed neutrons. By definition, a neutron star has a very small... Read more

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