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Re: Jul 2022
« on: July 12, 2022, 09:48:00 pm »


Censored papers that refute the big bang hypothesis

how first quasars in universe formed [probably nonsense as usual]

James Webb Space Telescope: Stunning new images

Two new rotating radio transients

life cycles of binary stars

how some distant planets have clouds of sand

discovery of 34 ultracool dwarf binaries using data archive

new short-period pulsating variable star

Web archive with astronomical photographic plates goes online

Statistical analysis of radio-flaring brown dwarf population

Building blocks for RNA-based life abound at center of our galaxy [Where? In the "black hole"?]

Dark matter: Our review suggests it's time to ditch it in favor of a new theory of gravity [Like electric gravity?]

merging galactic gem

mass-ratio distribution of binaries identified from LAMOST-MRS survey

two rare binary star systems

dying star's final 'performance' in fine detail [except it ain't dying]

cosmic cliffs, glittering landscape of star birth

deepest image of early universe

atoms in deep look at the cosmic web

strongest magnetic field in universe


Comet heading towards Earth may strike moon

Why does inside of solar system not spin faster?

Porosity of the moon's crust reveals bombardment history

new insights about the surface and structure of asteroid Bennu

New insights into the Earth's formation [I don't have time to read it, but as usual I'm skeptical]

When did the sun blow away the solar nebula? [Give up on the Nebular Hypothesis already]

the meteor that lit up the daytime sky above New Zealand

magnetic helicity transportation from solar interior to corona

crater that ejected famous Martian rock



Depths of North Atlantic ocean once as warm as the Mediterranean

Major step forward in fabricating an artificial heart

Cloned mice created from freeze dried skin cells

mission to study electrical currents in Earth's upper atmosphere

The Woolly Mammoth

Yellowstone National Park, Part 2: Canyons and Catastrophe

Comets and organic molecules

A so-called 4-Billion-Year-Old Piece of Earth’s Crust Has Been Identified Beneath Australia

The HUGE 40,000-Year-Old Paleolithic Site of Kostenki

Megalithic Spain: Incredible 5,500-Year-Old Ancient Dolmens

Evidence Of An Ancient Cataclysm At Karnak In Egypt

Laser-Cut Ruins Left By Lost Civilizations

Easter Islands Lost Language Deciphered
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