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We Can Still Reach The Most Optimistic Target of The Paris Climate Deal, Says New Study

The most optimistic target envisaged by the Paris climate deal is still within our reach, scientists say – as long as we act urgently to seize this pivotal moment of hope and opportunity. A new analysis has found that the agreement’s most ambitious goal of limiting the increase in global average temperature to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels isn’t just aspirational – it’s still a scientific possibility the world can realise if we act right away. The deal, drafted in 2015, saw the global community come together in a historic agreement to limit global warming “to well below 2°C above pre-industrial …

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Mystery Fossil Finally Confirmed to Be an Animal After 70 Years of Research

How animals evolved on Earth is somewhat murky. We know that most major animal phyla we see today appeared during the Cambrian explosion 541 million years ago – but before that, the fossil record is patchy. But that doesn’t mean it’s nonexistent. Before the Cambrian explosion, there lived a group of strange lifeforms known collectively as the Ediacaran biota. But exactly what those lifeforms were and how they fit in with the tree of life has long remained a mystery. Now, we might finally have some answers. A team of researchers from Cambridge, Oxford, Bristol, and the British Geological Survey has …

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Total Recall: How to Back Up All the Text Messages on Your iPhone

If you’re like most iPhone users, when you upgraded to the newest version of iOS, Apple automatically migrated your settings, apps, and text messages. While there are benefits to wiping your phone and starting over—c’mon, you don’t really need all those apps—there’s also the possibility that you might lose valuable info hidden within your text messages. All those short missives you’ve written are mostly ephemeral, but some of them can be important, especially if you need them as proof in a dispute. Even if you just want to save your priceless nuggets of wit, you should be able to. Apple—frustratingly—offers …

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The UFO Mystery Revelation: Astronaut Breaks With Conclusive Proof • Latest UFO sightings

Unidentified Flying Object has always been the most debatable subject owing to its lack of judgment. While people relate them to aliens, it does not necessarily mean extraterrestrial invasion or visitation. It simply means any type or kind of object that is not readily identifiable. For the first time, a former NASA astronaut has publicly spoken about the world’s infamous cases that took place 20 years ago, saying he has a conclusive proof to resolve the mysteries. Tom Jones is a veteran of 11 years in four space shuttle missions. Before he joined the US space agency, he pondered on …

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7 Signs That My Anxiety Wouldn’t Go Away Without Help

Like most people who have dealt with anxiety for as long as they can remember, I’ve always known that I worry more than most people. You can only hear the phrase “you worry too much” before you start to think there might be something different about you, and something you can do about it. Even though I’ve exhibited signs of an anxiety disorder since childhood, I just didn’t know that much about how anxiety works, and it took me a while to realize that my anxiety wouldn’t just go away without help. While it’s true that managing anxiety is part …

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Are Teenage Girls More Able to See Shadow People?

Over the years, I have worked with numerous teenagers.  I am a therapist, so most of the teens I see are struggling with some massive issue in their life.  They are unhappy with their family, they have been abused, or they have mental illnesses.  Many issues have brought teenagers to my sofa and I love working with teenagers.  They are open and willing to try new things.  They haven’t been so scared that they can’t change.  Over the last several months, I have become profoundly aware of a trend I have seen in a couple dozen of the teenage girls …

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Take a Halloween tour of Hull’s ‘most haunted building’ – the Prospect Centre

Are you brave enough to go on a ghost walk around one of Hull’s most haunted buildings? A new ghost trail taking place around the Prospect Shopping Centre will take you on a spine-tingling walk through what was once the old Hull Royal Infirmary. It will include anecdotes from infamous true crime cases that were linked to the hospital, the curious case of Susan Cone, and the numerous ghost stories that have featured in the press throughout the years. Ghosts of Prospect’s Past is the only history tour held in a Hull shopping centre and offers an insight into the …

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Women and Priests: The Questions Hollywood Doesn’t Ask

Most Catholic priests take vows of celibacy, but in a large sense, they are married — to the Church. In other words, they’re taken. They’re not available. So why do women chase them? Last season on Fox’s “The Exorcist,” young Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera) gave into temptation and had an affair with Jessica (Mouzam Makkar), a married woman. Let’s unpack that. Yes, he violated his vows of celibacy, but he also violated chastity, and committed adultery. He repented of all those and got back on track, but what about Jessica? She persistently pursued Father Tomas, even though she knew …

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Controversial UFO Enthusiast Goes on Trial for Child Pornography • Latest UFO sightings

Stanley “Stan” Romanek is a known author at the same time the most controversial UFO enthusiast. He was given the opportunity to speak at the International UFO Congress. Above all, he claims to have been abducted by the aliens, sustained mysterious injuries done by the aliens. He even shared his experienced telepathic communications with the aliens. According to him, it was in 2000 that he first encountered the aliens and he begins seeing and experiencing strange extraterrestrials and humanoid creatures since that time, including the mysterious wounds on his body and communicating with the aliens over a Ghost Box. Romanek …

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NIST Researchers Revolutionize the Atomic Force Microscope

Most measuring instruments are limited by the tradeoff between how precisely and how rapidly a measurement is made: the more precise the measurement, the longer it takes. But because many phenomena occurring at the nanoscale are both rapid and tiny, they demand a measuring system that can capture their precise details in both time and space. Close-up schematic view of a nanoscale AFM probe integrated with an optical resonator to expand the probe’s capabilities. The disk resonator acts as an optical version of a “whispering gallery” that allows certain frequencies of light to resonate. Image credit: NIST Taking up that …

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