It rose out of the tropical Pacific in late 1997, bearing more energy than a million Hiroshima bombsIt rose out of the tropical Pacific in late 1997, bearing more energy than a million Hiroshima bombs
Hiroshima bombs. By the time it had run its course eight months later, the giant El NiƱo of 1997-98 had deranged weather patterns around the world, killed an estimated 2,100 people, and caused at least 33 billion [U
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Parallel Universes Not just a staple of science fiction, other universes are a direct implication of cosmological observationsParallel Universes Not just a staple of science fiction, other universes are a direct implication of cosmological observations
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String theory, canonical quantum gravity, quantum field theory, general relativity, and more all admit solutions lacking a thermodynamic arrow
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John Brown House: Myth of the Slave TunnelJohn Brown House: Myth of the Slave Tunnel
Thousands of years later, slavery was still being practiced in what is known as the transatlantic slave trade. Sparked by the need for labor the slave trade boomed. By the late 18th century Rhode Island merchants were heavily engaged in the triangle
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