Bharat Sharma

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UK is planning to remove debris from space. Here's why every country should be doing it!

The overcrowding around Earth could become a hindrance in space exploration

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'Staggering scale of data': P Vaidyanathan Iyer, journalist who unearthed China's 'Snoopgate' speaks to WION

WION spoke to P Vaidyanathan Iyer, Executive Editor (National Affairs) at The Indian Express, who explained the process of uncovering data, of categorising it, and what it means…

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Scientists recently scanned 10 million stars for alien technology, what did they find?

Scientists recently scanned a large swathe of the universe, which spanned over 10 million stars, but did not find any signs of alien technology

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Facebook is paying US users to temporarily stop using its services. Find out why!

The company will offer money to its users to stop using the site, along with its other service Instagram

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Just how cold was the Ice Age exactly?

After studying ocean plankton fossils and climate models, scientists have reached a conclusion on exactly how cold the last Ice Age was

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Jakarta displays 'dummy coffin' to raise awareness about dangers of coronavirus

Authorities recently started displaying an empty coffin at a bustling intersection in the capital to remind people of the looming invisible danger

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Researchers recently found microplastics in every human tissue they studied

The world pretty much runs on plastic, and now microplastics and nanoplastics can be found in the human body as well

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US law enforcement bought 'Locate X' to track user's phone location data without permit

The United States law enforcement agencies have been buying data which includes one’s phone location

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This is when the universe will end!

Just like the creatures and objects it harbours, the universe too has an expiry date

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Bee populations are declining drastically: Find out how this phenomenon can wreak havoc globally

What sounds like a passing issue right now could trigger a food crisis across the globe

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A record number of aid workers were murdered in 2019 across the globe

At least 483 workers were killed, abducted, or wounded in 2019, marking the highest number since 1997, when the organisation started recording numbers

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Black holes may be repositories of all of universe's history!

For long, black holes existed in Hollywood films and science fiction books

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Elon Musk's upcoming 'Neuralink' will let you beam music directly into the brain

The startup and its vision will be shared with the world on August 28

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KFC will start testing its environment friendly 3D-printed chicken in Russia by end of 2020

The chain is undertaking 3D printing of its chicken nuggets. This will mark the first laboratory produced chicken to be available for consumption, but only in Russia

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Not a dormant planet: Venus is home to 37 recently active volcanic structures!

For a long time, Venus was perceived as a dormant planet, but this new information proves otherwise

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