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HOW POVERTY CAN BE REMOVED

POVERTY SHOULD BE TOTALLY ERADICATED FROM THE WHOLE WORLD:

The poverty means lack of necessities. I as a citizen want our whole world should be totally poverty free where there is no poverty at all but why still in this world in some areas poverty is still prevailing. 136 more words

Astronomers have found the fastest-growing black hole ever seen, and it's got a monster appetite

Astronomers have found the fastest-growing black hole ever seen in the universe, and they’re calling this one a monster with an appetite. It’s growing so fast it can devour a mass the size of the sun every two days. 433 more words

World News

The Priest's Big Bang

If you’re sure about something, you don’t need faith. It’s when you have the doubts that faith kicks in. And that’s true in science as well as anything else.

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Searching For The Northern Lights...

It has always been a dream of mine to see the Northern Lights. They look so beautiful and have always fascinated me. So in March we decided to make this dream a reality and embarked on a journey to find them on a Northern Lights flight. 537 more words

Nature

The Vatican Church's Astronomers

Can science and religion meet; embracing each other like a soulmate, unveiling depths within each other?

For years, we are used to seeing debates, instead of duet, between science and religion, both in the popular media and public conversation, to the point that we believe the two don’t co-exist. 758 more words

M-Dwarf Star Displays Superflare

Daily Facts for the Quick Reader

A superflare has been discovered on a priorly unknown M-dwarf star. The technical dubbing of the flare is “ 104 more words

Science And Health

397 Henrietta Leavitt

Henrietta Leavitt discovered the period-luminosity relationship by observing 25 Cepheid variable stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud.

You might not want to set your watch by the rhythmic pulsations of a Cepheid variable star, but you could use them to set the scale of the cosmos. 336 more words

Astronomers