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Have Ever Seen A Walking School? A Multi-story School Building Walks To New Location

The attached sensors help control how the building moves forward. It’s like giving the building crutches so it can stand up and then walk. A timelapse shot shows the school inching laboriously along, one small step at a time. https://cdn.cnn.com/cnn/.e/interactive/html5-video-media/2020/10/29/DESKTOP_02_moving_building_opt2.mp4 You might have stumbled upon an unusual sight in the …

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Is Duplicate Content A Negative Ranking Factor On Google?

If entire pieces of content on a site are duplicates then Google will rank one, not the other. However, multiple copies of the same page do not send negative ranking signals. Google’s John Mueller during Google Search Central SEO office-hours made it clear that the duplicate content does not count …

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China Successfully Launched Its First Red Planet Probe

China successfully launched its first Mars probe. China’s successful launch of the mission heralds new era of deep-space probes. Recent mars mission marks nation’s official start of interplanetary probe era. Photo credit: Guo Wenbin/Our Space. China successfully launched its first Mars probe, named Tianwen-1, via a Long March-5 Y4 carrier …

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World’s 5 Most Powerful Militaries in 2020

As of 2020, Global Firepower, a website that tracks military strength ranks the following 5 armies as most powerful. The United States of America retains its top spot as the undisputed military might in the world with the allocation of $750 in the military budget this year. The USA has …

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India Joins Naval Drill in South China Sea

Indian navy joined drill exercise with that of USA, Japan, and the Philippines to conclude the first-ever joint naval drill in contested waters of the South China Sea. India joined the drill as a part of its policy to work with like-minded nations to ensure a safe maritime environment by …

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Iran’s New Warship Sahaad

Iran has built its third domestically developed warship ‘Sahaad’. This warship can remain in the sea continues for 5 months without resupply. Tehran has enrolled it into gulf waters. Sahaad has the ability to stealth with radar detections. The warhead is also equipped with new technology that wasn’t present in …

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The New Kilogram Approved

The international system of measurements has revised the definition of the kilogram and other key units. During a meeting at Versailles in France, countries have voted to approve the wide-ranging changes that corroborate vital human activities like trade and scientific innovation. The notable change was the revision of ‘Kilo’ – …

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World’s First Quantum Compass Build

UK scientists have built the world’s first quantum compass, a device that doesn’t rely on global positioning system (GPS). The project was funded by United Kingdom’s Ministry of defence (MoD). This compass can pinpoint the exact location of anything on Earth in a way that can’t be interfered with. The …

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China’s Incredibly Hot Artificial Sun

China’s nuclear scientists have designed an artificial sun that replicates the Sun’s fusion process. This artificial sun is approaching the highest temperatures up to 100 million degrees Celsius – A temperature at which it’s possible to force the charged deuterium and tritium particles for the fusion reaction. Usually, these particles …

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China is Building the World’s Biggest Airport

China is building the world’s biggest airport in Southern District in 2019. The airport will handle a hundred million passengers a year. Initially, the airport will have four runways. The separate passenger areas will be the part of new Chinese airport for domestic and international flights to reduce travel time. …

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Gravitational Waves

The gravitational waves disturb the fabric of spacetime to pull and push the matter. The gravitational waves are generated by any movement of the mass. The two black holes colliding produces a sudden thunder. By when they reach the Earth they faint like ripples nearing the edge of the pound. …

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Apple’s Face ID Glitch

Apple set to unveil the iPhone X, marking the tenth anniversary of the first-ever iPhone launched 10 years ago. This 5.8-inch display is so intelligent that it is going to respond to a tap, your voice, and even to a glance of an eye. Unlike Apple’s iPhone 7, it has …

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iPhone 8 and iPhone X – Shared Features

iPhone 8 and iPhone X

iPhone 8 and iPhone X shares a common feature of an all-out glass front and back saying goodbye to slippery and pro-scratch aluminum back. Another convergence is the water-resistance of iPhone X, the feature in common with the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The first-ever iPhone feature introduced is the …

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US Radar Evading Raptor

The F-22 is renowned for its Radar-evading and superior maneuverability. The Raptor went on its first flight on September 7, 1997, and became fully operational later in 2007. The aircraft’s stealth technology simply delays detection and tracking. The aircraft is often fitted with the Lunenburg Lens device on the ventral …

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Longest Ever Lunar Eclipse; The Blood Moon

The longest lunar eclipse of the twenty-first century lasted for about 1 hour, 42 minutes and 57 seconds. It was a total lunar eclipse of the century. The longest lunar eclipse of the twentieth century fell in July 2000. Visibility The blood moon was visible at different times in Australia, …

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Bleeding PSEs – Pakistan Steel Mill

Bleeding PSEs – Pakistan Steel Mill: Pakistan Steel Mills, headquatered in the economic capital of Pakistan is the only state owned enterprise which produce steel and other heavy metals from ores. Built in 1970s by the cooperation of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The foundation stone of PSL was laid …

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China’s Domestically Developed Amphibious Aircraft

China’s Domestically Developed Amphibious Aircraft: China’s domestically developed large amphibious aircraft AG600 completed its first water takeoff and landing in the city of Jingmen in the central province of Hubei. China Aviation Industry General Aircraft launched AG600 project in 2009 with the motive to build amphibious aircraft. The company said …

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Deadline for Mobile Phones Registration Extended

Deadline for Mobile Phones Registration Extended! Pakistan Telecommunications Authority has extended its deadline for mobile phones registration to an indefinite period. Earlier, a Senate Standing Committee on IT directed Pakistan Telecommunications Authority not to block phones until committee approve its device identification, Registration and Blocking System (DIRBS). Robina Khalid of …

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Fast radio burst – The Signs of Aliens

Fast radio burst (FRB) – The Signs of Aliens: FRB are Fast Radio Bursts are signals or twinkles that strikes the telescopes; first being discovered about a decade ago. A new telescope spotted another bizarre of radio signals: FRB180725A. This FBR is the lowest frequency burst ever to be discovered. …

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New Jupiter Moons| Number increased by 79

New Jupiter Moons|Number increased by 79 Twelve new Jupiter moons have been discovered, bringing the total number of moons to 79. Jupiter is the largest planet to revolve around the sun. The search for new planets by astronomers lead to the discovery of new Jupiter moons. The most well-known of …

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Fifth Generation Mobile (5G) and Its Future:

5G and Its Future: Fifth generation mobile (5G) builds on the current 4G Network. It promises higher peak connection speeds with reduced time delays owing to improve radio technologies and increased allocations of spectrum. It will probably use more antenna sites or base stations than existent networks. Each antenna will …

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The Titanic’s Maiden Voyage

The Titanic’s Maiden Voyage When thought to be unsinkable giant ship Titanic was sinking, the first-class passengers were provided with the lifeboats while rest were left to fend for themselves. The 20 lifeboats could only save up to half of the passengers out of 2208 onboard. An inquiry also revealed …

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PTA Block Unregistered Mobile Phones

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Block Unregistered Mobile Phones:   In order to combat the use of smuggled and counterfeit sets, PTA block unregistered mobile phones through Device Identification, Registration and Blocking System(DIRBS) this year. DIRBS will be functional on October 20. All those devices which have been registered wouldn’t be blocked …

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Novichok Agents; Forth Generation Chemical Weapon

Novichok Agents; Forth Generation Chemical Weapon The name ‘Novichok’ means “newcomer” in Russian. The term applies to the group of advanced nerve agents developed by the Soviet Union in 1970s and 1980s. These were known to be forth generation chemical weapons and were developed under the Soviet Programme condenamed foliant. …

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Newly Discovered Organ in Human Body; Interstitium

Newly Discovered Organ in Human Body; Interstitium The study published this Tuesday in scientific reports suggests that the organ called as interstitium, found throughout the body. It comprises the series of fluid-filled compartments. The study also suggests that the interstitium is among the body’s largest organs. The study also found …

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What is Square Kilometre Array?

Square Kilometre Array? The Square Kilometre Array – a new telescope to come in the next 10 to 15 years, World Economic Forum(WEF) said. The new telescope will not only spread from country to country but it will spread across the continents. It’s really a big data machine. It can …

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Foldable Galaxy F to Appear in 2019

Foldable Galaxy F to Appear in 2019 CEO of Samsung Mobile said that the foldable Galaxy F could be unveiled in November but this might not happen. It seems like Samsung isn’t ready to unwrap the phone and company might showcase some of the mobile’s specs by November. The Galaxy …

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