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Friday, Apr 19

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Tucker Carlson says UFOs are piloted by 'spiritual entities' with bases 'under the ocean and the ground'

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Carlson weighed in with his UFO theories on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast. The Fox News vet stated UFOs 'don't behave according to the laws of science'

Elon Musk's Tesla RECALLS nearly 4,000 Cybertrucks due to potentially fatal flaw with the accelerator pedal

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Tesla has recalled more than 3,000 Cybertrucks to fix an accelerator pedal pad that could come loose and get lodged in the interior trim.

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EPA puts two NEW 'forever chemicals' on its danger list - and they're in hundreds of popular cookware and waterproof clothes

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has listed two chemicals as 'hazardous' and added them to the Superfund law that holds industries accountable for the cost and clean-up of the toxins.

Remains of long-lost WWII soldier buried as 'Unknown' is identified as Illinois man who died in Japanese POW camp 80 years ago

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A WWII soldier buried as 'Unknown' has been identified 81 years after his death by forensic scientists who used DNA and other methods.

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Inside 'world's deadliest cave' that could cause next pandemic: Kitum in Kenya gave rise to Ebola and 'eye bleeding' Marburg virus

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Fatal 'hemorrhagic' or blood-letting fevers emerged from Kitum in the 1980s. Scientists ascribe Kitum's unique deadliness to the animals who scrape the cave for salt

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Plastic industry is heating up Earth's atmosphere TWICE as fast as the global airline industry, study claims

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Plastic waste gets lots of attention, but producing plastics actually produces more planet-heating greenhouse gases than the airline industry and coal-fired powerplants - notoriously bad sources.

The bizarre mating ritual of octopuses: Watch the moment a male gets DRAGGED around the ocean floor mid-sex by an impatient female

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The bizarre encounter between two algae octopuses was captured off the island of Bunaken in Indonesia.

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Jeff Bezos-backed carmaker Rivian plans second round of layoffs this year - days after Elon Musk cut 14,000 Tesla employees

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Jeff Bezos-backed EV-maker Rivian has cut more of its workforce following 10 percent of its employees laid off earlier this year. The company's shares dropped to one percent on Thursday.

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The book that predicted the Titanic disaster: Eerie 1898 novel about 'unsinkable' ocean liner 'Titan' hitting an iceberg and sinking was published 14 years before tragedy claimed 1,500 lives

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She was 'unsinkable' and 'indestructible' - until she sank in 1912 after hitting an iceberg. This was the story told by author Morgan Robertson in his 1898 novel. Above: Titanic departing Southampton.

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Antarctic ice shelf the size of France suddenly JUMPS twice a day - and scientists warn it could trigger a devastating icequake

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The Ross Ice Shelf, a platform of ice measuring nearly 200,000 square miles, moves suddenly like plate tectonics that cause earthquakes, say scientists at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

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WhatsApp angers users for the second time in a week as it introduces bizarre green features - with one venting 'we don't like change, leave us alone!'

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It seems WhatsApp's strange tests are far from complete, with many people noticing bizarre green features within the app.

Netflix's password-sharing crackdown pays off! Streaming platform gains 9.3 million customers - bringing its total subscriber base to almost 270 MILLION

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Netflix's password-sharing crackdown appears to be paying off as the company added another 9 million subscribers in the first quarter of this year, bringing the total to almost 270 million paid accounts.

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Meteorologist warns of 'weather wars' between countries after Dubai floods were blamed on 'cloud seeding' - with 'catastrophic' consequences

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Mr Jaques, a meteorologist, warned there could be 'unintended consequences' to using the technology, leading to 'diplomatic instability' between nations.

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I'm a forensic psychiatrist and here are five common myths about clinical psychopaths

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London-based forensic psychiatrist Dr Sohom Das has debunked five myths many people believe when it comes to clinical psychopaths in a video on YouTube.

Thursday, Apr 18

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More barrels of toxic waste are found buried in New York 'cancer hotspot' - and locals claim chemicals dumped by Northrop Grumman have been poisoning them since the 1950s

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At least four more chemical drums have been found the Town of Oyster Bay, just two weeks after officials uncovered six filled with liquid toxins that were dumped by Northrop Grumman.

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Elon Musk's Starlink satellites could be eroding Earth's magnetic field and slowly poisoning us all, ex-NASA scientist warns

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An ex-NASA physicist tells DailyMail.com that space junk could strip Earth's atmosphere - as Starlink becomes an 'unplanned geoengineering experiment'

NASA warns China is conducting military programs in space under the guise of civilian exploration

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NASA warned China is using its civilian exploration program as a cover for its military programs claiming territory on the moon. The US now is in a race to put Americans on the moon.

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Fascinating video goes inside abandoned GHOST TOWN that has been left to rot after residents were forced to flee - leaving behind decaying homes still full of toys and mementos

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Kayville, in Saskatchewan, Canada , was once a bustling village with over 100 citizens and 30 businesses. But now, the dwindling community is a shell of its former self.

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Elon Musk confirms Tesla Cybertruck deliveries have been delayed due to potentially fatal fault: 'We are just being very cautious'

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Tesla customers are complaining that their Cybertruck deliveries have been canceled with no warning and little explanation, as some have been told the problem involves the accelerator.

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Your next Frappuccino could come in a new cup as Starbucks is set to rollout redesign in US this month

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Starbucks announced Thursday it is redesigning plastic cups used for iced drinks. The move aims to combat the millions of pounds of plastic the company's cups contribute to in landfills.

Ever wondered what Mona Lisa would look like rapping? Microsoft launches VASA-1 AI bot that can make images talk - with eerily realistic results

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Microsoft's new AI tool, called VASA-1, transforms a still image of a human face into a video clip of them talking or singing.

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Scientists clone TWO endangered animals using frozen genes from 1988: Process could save OTHER species from extinction

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Scientists have cloned two black-footed ferrets from frozen DNA tissue taken from another ferret in 1988. Researchers hope to breed from the cloned ferrets when they reach maturity later this year.

Couple in Lincoln are baffled to discover a 'Medieval' gargoyle hidden under a trapdoor in their toilet

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A Lincoln couple were baffled to find a hidden medieval relic beneath a trapdoor in the bathroom of their home while cleaning.

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The iconic American rivers becoming so filthy with pollution they are 'endangered'

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New Mexico's rivers and nine others throughout the US are endangered after the Supreme Court stripped safeguards from the Clean Air and Water Act. The rivers provide drinking water to residents.

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Cloud seeding is used around the WORLD - not just in Dubai: How countries including the US, China, Switzerland and Australia

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Dubai is far from the only place in the world where cloud seeding is used with countries including the US, France , and Australia using the method widely.

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I tasted Europe's first lab-grown sausage - and I'd challenge the top Michelin-star chefs to be able to tell the difference between the real-deal!

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MailOnline has taken a trip to Meatable's HQ in Leiden, the Netherlands to try its first ever product - lab-grown pork sausage.

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Uber reveals the most weird and wonderful objects left in its vehicles this year - from a live TURTLE to a whole smoked pork belly

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While items of clothing, luggage, headphones and wallets are the most frequently forgotten items, it seems that some Uber riders didn't just leave the usuals behind.

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Meet Atlas 2.0! Boston Dynamics reveals new robot after retiring legendary humanoid - as terrified viewers claim it 'looks like something out of The Exorcist'

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Boston Dynamics has announced today that it plans to sell the new version of its humanoid Atlas robot to manufacturers. The old version starred in viral videos, but it never sold.

Bad news for Walkers, Youngs, and Zimmermans! Students with surnames that come later in the alphabet are given lower grades, study finds

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Researchers from the University of Michigan say that students with surnames that come later in the alphabet are given lower grades.

Meta's AI shocks thousands of parents in a Facebook group by claiming it has a 'gifted, disabled child' - as one asks 'what in the Black Mirror is this?'

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Meta's AI has shocked tens of thousands of parents on a Facebook group as the chatbot bizarrely claims to the parent of a gifted and disabled child.