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A poem by Emma Lazarus: Magnetism

Magnetism   By the impulse of my will, By the red flame in my blood, By me nerves’ electric thrill, By the passion of my mood, My concentrated desire, My undying, desperate love, I ignore Fate, I defy her, Iron-hearted ...

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That sound makes me dizzy

  That sound makes me dizzy For some people, certain sounds like a trumpet blowing a particular tone can make them dizzy, and it’s not because they’re giddy from a Wynton Marsalis melody. It has been estimated that 1 in ...

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Busting myths about milk

  Busting myths about milk Author Jennifer Huber Milk used to be simple. Your local dairy, say Berkeley Farms, delivered it to your doorstep. But now we are faced with an unfathomable array: nonfat, low-fat or whole milk? Almond, soy, ...

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Omega Centauri Unlikely to Harbor Life

There are colorful stars galore, but likely no habitable planets, inside the globular star cluster Omega Centauri. NASA, ESA, AND THE HUBBLE SM4 ERO TEAM   Omega Centauri Unlikely to Harbor Life Close encounters between stars in the Milky Way’s ...

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The use of “spice”

“Spice” was made illegal in 2016.   Expert reaction: The use of “spice” An expert in mental health and substance abuse has appeared on BBC Breakfast to talk about efforts to stem the use of the synthetic drug “spice”. Ian ...

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Herb Baked Salmon

  Herb Baked Salmon Ready 35 minutes Serves : 3 Ingredients 6 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 cloves garlic 1 tablespoon parsley ; fresh or freeze-dried 1 teaspoon basil ; fresh or freeze-dried 1 teaspoon Salt 1 ...

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For ever more efficient optical fibres

  For ever more efficient optical fibres By applying a computer program that mimics the way the human brain learns to identify objects, EPFL scientists are now able to reconstruct images that have been degraded by passing through an optical ...

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