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Astronomers studying ALIEN radio signals discover 8 NEW sources, one from nearby galaxy

6 days ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Astronomers studying ALIEN radio signals discover 8 NEW sources, one from nearby galaxy
Astronomers studying Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs), some of the rarest and most enigmatic phenomena in deep space, have detected eight new repeating signals, which could hold the key to solving where exactly they come from. While these curious signals are alien in origin, no one should be expecting little green men contacting their friends in Read More

Market weighs risk of negative U.S. Treasury yields

1 week ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Market weighs risk of negative U.S. Treasury yields
(Reuters) – Traders and analysts are considering whether U.S. bond yields would fall below zero as a record amount around the world sank into negative territory this week. The question has become a talking point, and less hypothetical, this week as the U.S. 30-year Treasury bond yield reached the brink of breaking to record lows. Read More

Magic moments: Jupiter, Saturn and Moon to align this weekend in nighttime spectacular

2 weeks ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Magic moments: Jupiter, Saturn and Moon to align this weekend in nighttime spectacular
Astronomers lamenting the temporary loss of Venus and Mars in the sky as they take a trip around the far side of the Sun, will want to dust off their telescopes this weekend as the sky is set to be packed with stunning sights. Jupiter will (briefly) assume the title of brightest planet in the Read More

Takeaway.com and Just Eat agree merger terms

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LONDON/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Amsterdam-based Takeaway.com (TKWY.AS) and British rival Just Eat (JE.L) have finalised the terms of their deal to create a global food delivery company that can rival Uber Eats (UBER.N) as the largest outside China. Signage for Just Eat is seen on the window of a restaurant in London, Britain, August 5, 2019. Read More

Special Report: A Cloudspotters’ Guide to Climate Change

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LUNDY ISLAND, England (Reuters) – A path of trampled grass leads up the hill to St. Helen’s, the only church on Lundy Island. Near its doors, a stray lamb nibbles on tufts of tall weeds. From a Gothic tower topped with the English flag, the coastline of Devon is faintly visible to the east, while Read More

McAfee claims CIA tried to ‘collect’ him, poses armed in boat with his wife (PHOTO)

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Cryptocurrency guru John McAfee has claimed that the CIA tried to “collect” him and his wife. The secret services apparently failed, judging by the picture of the couple armed aboard their boat at sea. McAfee made the claim via his social media platform of choice – Twitter. He said that he is now somewhere at Read More

U.S. solar sector launches lobbying push to preserve key subsidy

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(Reuters) – The U.S. solar industry on Wednesday kicked off a lobbying push aimed at convincing Congress to extend a generous tax credit for solar energy systems that is set to begin phasing out next year. FILE PHOTO: Solar panels are pictured at the BP America Gasosaurus Gas Unit well site in Lufkin, Texas, U.S., Read More

As waters warm, lionfish invasion strains Lebanon’s seas

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SARAFAND, Lebanon (Reuters) – Lebanese fisherman Hassan Younes has been diving the same waters off his coastal hometown for three decades but has never seen anything like this year as native species disappear and invasive lionfish take their place. Gone are the days when he used to boast an abundant catch of red lobster, sea Read More

US refinery casualty set to ease Europe’s gasoline glut

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London — The planned closure of the fire-damaged Philadelphia refinery, the biggest on the US East Coast, has already riled the gasoline-hungry local market but will likely extend a limited lifeline to European refiners struggling to find buyers for their surplus gasoline. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Read More