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‘Rare’ cloud stretches for hundreds of kilometres across skies

A unique weather phenomenon stretched for hundreds of kilometres across the New South Wales coast today, fascinating onlookers. A long and rolling line of cloud was spotted by Sydney residents from Blacktown to Parramatta and covered the entire city by mid-afternoon. For about three hours, the cloud stretched for about 300 kilometres. The cloud was also visible […]

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The Rugged Cybertruck Shuts Down After Going Through Carwash

The Tesla Cybertruck, a vehicle that promised revolutionary design and durability, has encountered a surprising hurdle: the car wash. A recent incident involving a Cybertruck owner has cast doubt on the truck’s resilience and exposed potential software issues. From Beach to Breakdown A TikTok user, @captian.ad, documented his experience with his Cybertruck. After a fun […]

Mayukh Saha

Mayukh Saha

Freelance Writer

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Experts Say That Elon Musk Has No Idea How Math Works

Elon Musk doesn’t seem to be having any clue about how the Twitter algorithm works, at least according to experts. The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla has brought out a new plan to find the number of fake accounts on the platform. And this plan involves asking users to count them individually. The plan sounds […]

Mayukh Saha

Mayukh Saha

Freelance Writer

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Chemical Imaging Reveals “Hidden Mysteries” of 3,000-Year-Old Egyptian Tomb Paintings

Headdress, necklace, and sceptre in Ramses II painting appear to be ‘substantially reworked’ but reasons remain unknown A new X-ray analysis of a 3,000-year-old painting of Egyptian pharaoh Ramses-II has revealed what archaeologists suspect are strange “touch-ups” made to the artwork over years. Ancient Egypt has no known word for “art”, say researchers from CNRS […]

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The Relationship Between Epilepsy, Cognitive Decline, and Dementia

A neurologist explains why diagnosing — and telling apart — epilepsy, cognitive decline, and dementia can be so complicated. As people age, the wear and tear on their blood vessels caused by high blood pressure, cholesterol, or other cardiovascular risk factors, damages the brain and predisposes it to a variety of different diseases including dementia and epilepsy […]

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Sucralose Damages DNA, Linked to Leaky Gut: Study

A study from researchers at North Carolina State University suggests that a chemical formed from one artificial sweeteners might also damage our DNA. The zero-calorie sweetener in question is sucralose, which is about 600 times sweeter than table sugarTrusted Source, The World Health Organization (WHO) recently recommended against using certain sugar substitutes to help lose weight, saying there […]

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Why has the ‘15-minute city’ taken off in Paris but become a controversial idea in the UK?

Urbanist Carlos Moreno on how his concept is transforming French life and what is hindering change across the Channel The “15-minute city” has become a toxic phrase in the UK, so controversial that the city of Oxford has stopped using it and the transport minister has spread discredited conspiracy theories about the urban planning scheme. But while fake news […]

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California launching pilot program to charge drivers for miles driven

California is the nation’s biggest EV market by a wide margin, and the relatively high percentage of battery-powered cars is digging a hole in the state’s budget because it relies on revenue from its gasoline tax to fund road maintenance. Lawmakers want to replace the gasoline tax with a new mileage-based tax to offset the […]