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This September Was the Hottest Month on Record: Will 2020 Be the Hottest Year?

Despite the presence of a La Niña event in the Pacific Ocean, the year 2020 continues to heat up, with September of this year coming in as the hottest one on record, beating September 2015 and 2016’s former top spot. Adding to the mess, both the third quarter and year-to-date


Remdesivir Falls Through as a COVID-19 Treatment

A large-scale clinical trial conducted by the World Health Organization has determined that Gilead Sciences Inc.’s remdesivir had little or no effect on COVID-19 patients’ chances of survival or length of hospital stay. The antiviral drug had been granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the Food and Drug Administration in

Room Temperature Superconductivity Has Been Achieved

Researchers at the University of Rochester have produced a material that is superconductive at room temperature, the holy grail of materials development that holds the potential to revolutionize virtually every aspect of modern technology—all without the need for bulky refrigeration equipment required to cool the material low enough to produce

Meet the New and Evolved Human, Now With an Extra Blood Vessel in Our Arms

Evolutionary researchers in Australia and Germany have found evidence for the continuing physical evolution of the human species, through the increasing presence in modern humans of a third major artery in our forearms. Typically, the job of supplying blood to our hands and fingers is carried out by two major

Japan’s Military Is Now on the Lookout for UFOs

One month after the U.S. Department of Defense issued similar guidelines, Japan’s Ministry of Defense has issued official protocols for Japanese defense personnel to report encounters with UFOs. The instructions were announced by Defense Minister Tarō Kōno on September 28, urging members of the Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) to record

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