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Is Earth entering a new epoch?
The official naming of an Anthropocene epoch would define human impact on the earth in terms of atmosphere and soil composition, producing new polymers and metal types, and the movement and decline of animal species through agriculture, colonization, …
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‘Superdeep’ diamonds provide new insight into earth’s carbon cycle
Researchers at the University of Bristol have discovered new insights into previously hidden parts of the earth’s carbon cycle. The team found that carbon recycling extends into the deep mantle by plate subduction, but is still primarily constrained to …
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Inside ‘Flat Earth,’ Tila Tequila’s New Belief System and the Wokest 
What shape would you say Earth is? A sphere? Ha-ha, nice try. You could not be more wrong. Earth is a disc. This is according to Tila Tequila, the model, porn star, Juggalette, erstwhile Nazi, and living monument to the ancient lost culture of MySpace.
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Mystery over bizarre metal balls which CRASHED into Earth
Mystery over bizarre metal balls which CRASHED into Earth. MYSTERIOUS metal balls have came crashing down to Earth – including smashing into a house. By Sean Martin. PUBLISHED: 10:45, Fri, Jan 8, 2016 | UPDATED: 12:04, Fri, Jan 8, 2016. spce ball …
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Geologists Found a Rock That’s ‘Older Than Earth‘ in the Australian Outback
Geologists working in Australia have recovered a primordial meteorite that fell to Earth this past November. Using an extensive camera system and some pretty sophisticated math, the researchers recovered the 4.5-billion-year-old rock just moments …
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Scientists are studying the solid Earth to evaluate magnetic-storm hazards
While magnetic storms are caused by variable conditions in the space weather above our heads, an accurate evaluation of the resulting hazards requires a detailed understanding of the electrical conductivity of the Earth beneath our feet. A new USGS …
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