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Brenda joined the team to up the quality of news with her experience in content management with experience in working for various websites. She also flaunts skills in high-level documentation with trending topic development. She specializes in creating and curating Science News and Headlines for the website.

The Great American Beer Festival is hosted annually for three days. It is a festival that attracts visitors from across the globe. If you are looking for the Great American Beer Festival Tickets, you better hurry up as this year’s edition is almost there. But before you know more about the tickets, here are the things that you didn’t know about this festival. Thousands of visitors attend the festival to sample different craft beers of American Origin. There are also winners in this festival. The winners are awarded Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. The festival was founded in the…

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In this world full of travel opportunities, everyone is looking for a chance to escape.  People are looking to escape the daily mundane world in search of new places that are filled with tranquility. But not everyone is looking to travel for the sake of avoiding the mundane world for a few days. Some are looking to make a permanent place in the traveling world with hopes of never returning to this mundane life again. How? People are adopting the new trend of building a career in traveling. In other words, they want to earn for traveling. Knowing how…

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Hummingbirds, in spite of its diminutive size, are pretty attractive to look at. The hummingbird got recognition for its tiny size and jewel-like color. One gets to see around 328 species of hummingbird. Watching Hummingbirds Can Be Pretty Exciting What can be more exciting than getting the chance to watch hummingbirds coming to flying in the backyard?  The best way to get more enjoyment from the hummingbirds is to make hummingbird food with honey and place it in the garden. Once you place the hummingbird feeder mix, you need to sit down and relax. One would enjoy watching…

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China’s latest mission to the dark side of the moon most definitely got attention of the scientific community. However, the Chinese scientists have managed to take this experimentation up a notch by growing the first ever plant on moon. The seeds carried by this Chinese probe were actually cotton. The seeds successfully sprouted and hence marked the initiation of what could be uncovering of new mysteries. This announcement was made by the Chinese government on Tuesday. The researchers released several pictures of the probe that showed that this tiny plant has been growing at a good rate inside the small…

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On 20th January, the upcoming Sunday night if sky conditions permit, we just might be in for an amazing astronomical treat. A complete Lunar Eclipse to last at least 62 minutes in on the way for 20th and 21st January night. The view shall be up for residents of South and North America including the people living in the U.S. and the parts of Africa and Western Europe. This full moon to be held in January named “The Wolf Moon” shall actually be a pretty and gorgeous marvel of nature, also known as the, “Super Blood Moon”. The moon here…

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The rapid shift in the northern magnetic pole requires early release for latest models of the magnetic field meant for civilian and military navigation in area surrounding the Arctic. A partial shutdown for federal government shall eventually delay release of the model starting January 15 till January 30. Even with the request by U.S. Military for early update, the same cannot be delivered. According to sources, there is no answer to why this change accelerated or why the change in field has surged very recently. The last model for magnetic field got released in the year 2015 with updates slated…

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NASA’s Hubble Telescope just lost its most important feature-Wide Field Camera 3 pending an unspecified hardware issue. The engineers at this space agency are unlikely to take care of the satellite’s issues immediately, given the fact that government is about to shutdown. Hubble’s main camera stopped functioning on Tuesday while other instruments continue functioning. This breakdown might not be a major shock for the Hubble as it carries a system backup with electronics that get activated in critical cases of malfunction. As, of now, it’s unclear if and when this camera shall be fixed. The ongoing shutdown episode of US…

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Tomatoes, that used to be mildly sour and sweet in taste, can now be modified to taste spicy. A team comprised of researchers from Ireland and Brazil has come up with opinion paper that argues that a new technique can make the tomatoes taste spicy. However, the tea is after way more than simply a spicy version of tomato sauce. Agustin Zsogon, the author of the paper from Universidade Federal de Vicosa located in Brazil mentioned that the main idea is using tomato as bio-factory with potential for pharmaceutical and industrial applications. The molecules responsible for the spiciness of tomatoes…

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Researchers working for an environmental team have recently labeled the overall number of the Western Monarch Butterflies as “Disturbingly Low”. These are the butterflies that often migrate towards California coast. The most recently held count by Xerces Society happened to record a number that was less than 30000. This marks a whopping 86% decline in the overall number since 2017. By comparison, a group in the year 1981 had counted 1 Million+ Western Monarchs during the winters in California. Xerces Society is comprised of members and scientific enthusiasts that conduct an annual count during both New Year and Thanksgiving. The…

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