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helium hydride ions were the first molecules in the universe now weve finally seen them in space
Helium hydride ions were the first molecules in the universe. Now, we’ve finally seen them in space.
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bumped into tim garton ash at my local polling station he understands europe amp the eu election better than a
Bumped into Tim Garton Ash at my local polling station. He understands Europe & the EU election better than anyone else I know. His strong advice is that LibDem is the only rational tactical vote in England. SNP in Scotland and Plaid Cymru in Wales.
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heres an important story you might have missed yesterday a study has traced the emission of illegal ozone dest
Here’s an important story you might have missed yesterday: a study has traced the emission of illegal ozone-destroying chemicals to China
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increasingly cities are building parks that can alleviate climate change effects like intense heat flooding an
Increasingly, cities are building parks that can alleviate climate change effects like intense heat, flooding, and poor air quality
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plastic straws will be banned in the uk from april 2020
Plastic straws will be banned in the UK from April 2020
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tiny fossils could push back the first known appearance of fungi to more than 500 million years earlier than s
Tiny fossils could push back the first known appearance of fungi to more than 500 million years earlier than scientists had expected.
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around 65000 tonnes of cfcs leak into the atmosphere each year from existing buildings and refrigerators the n
Around 65,000 tonnes of CFCs leak into the atmosphere each year from existing buildings and refrigerators. The new research suggests China is responsible for 40-60% of the previously unexplained rise in CFCs-some 10,000 tonnes a year between 2013 and 2017
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africa is splitting in two here is why
Africa is splitting in two - here is why
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this is nonsense people should pay for their own social care out of any housing wealth collected at death to a
This is nonsense. People should pay for their own social care out of any housing wealth, collected at death to avoid disruption. The state should offer insurance, sure. But making low wage workers pay for the care of hugely wealthy people is hideous.

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this explains a large fraction of the estimated global increase in cfc 11 emissions
This explains a large fraction of the estimated global increase in CFC-11 emissions.
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this morning we are excited to be welcoming back soyuz at the museum stay tuned for a very special announcemen
This morning, we are excited to be welcoming back Soyuz at the museum! Stay tuned for a very special announcement 👨🏼‍🚀🚀 #SoyuzTour
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