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last summer was the third year in a row with a massive seabird die off the birds showed no signs of disease ju
Last summer was the third year in a row with a massive seabird die-off. The birds showed no signs of disease — just starvation. #longreads https://t.co/6RHys3nshM
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How we feel about #WorldPenguinDay
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a decoder which can transform brain activity into speech is presented in a study published in nature the brain
A decoder, which can transform brain activity into speech, is presented in a study published in Nature. The brain–computer interface device synthesizes speech using the neural signals that control lip, tongue, larynx and jaw movements. Read the paper: https://t.co/61Qx4hgcyD
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polar noctilucent clouds which are around 80 km high and therefore often lit by the sun even after sunset this
Polar "noctilucent" clouds, which are around 80 km high, and therefore often lit by the sun even after sunset. This is a rare view captured during my latest mission onboard the @Space_Station, we usually can't see them from the day side. #Horizons #archive
Andrew RC Marshall
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our colleagues wa lone and kyaw soe oo have now spent five hundred days in detention in myanmar they are brave
Our @Reuters colleagues Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have now spent FIVE HUNDRED DAYS in detention in Myanmar. They are brave and innocent men. Journalism is not a crime. Please share. #FreeWaLoneKyawSoeOo
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in the headlines this morning 21 million children miss the first dose of measles vaccine every year according
In the headlines this morning: 21 million children miss the first dose of measles vaccine every year, according to an analysis by @UNICEF https://t.co/pj3rYveQ19
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one algae parasite is so voracious that it even stole its own mitochondrias dna
One algae parasite is so voracious that it even stole its own mitochondria’s DNA. https://t.co/D2EvmS39UC
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warning you may find the videos in this story disturbing worldpenguinday
Warning: You may find the videos in this story disturbing

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Darran Anderson
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photographs from the new book soviet asia by roberto conte amp stefano perego
Photographs from the new book 'Soviet Asia' by Roberto Conte & Stefano Perego https://t.co/rdCFzF93Xf
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on the nature cover this week caught in the act dark matter detector captures elusive nuclear decay in xenon b
On the Nature cover this week: Caught in the act. Dark-matter detector captures elusive nuclear decay in xenon. Browse the contents of this issue: https://t.co/MpFLKUu9Av
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i feel for you the brain registers other people s pain the same as their own pain
I feel for you: the brain registers other people's pain the same as their own pain https://t.co/kDYFry8SpZ
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Total(1) => 0.055161952972412 f_f_QM(2) => 0.02449107170105 indS(1) => 0.01925802230835 indM(1) => 0.00027203559875488 f_u_GN(1) => 0.0011970996856689 f_f_dT(11) => 0.0099730491638184 f_f_pTL(1) => 0.009037971496582