Neil Armstrong biopic not unpatriotic, say sons as Aldrin fuels controversy

First Man does not show the astronauts planting US flag, sparking anger on the right but second mans views are unclear Neil Armstrongs sons do not think do. Buzz Aldrin, the planted a US flag on the lunar surface. Critics reported that Gosling said the moon landing transcended countries and…

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China Built the Worlds Largest Telescope. Then Came the Tourists

Credit Intentionally Withheld The day before, Stierwalt had traveled from Southern California to Pingtang Astronomy Town for a conference hosted by scientists from the world’s largest telescope. It was a new designation: China’s Five-Hundred-Meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope, or FAST, had been completed just a year before, in September 2016.…

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‘If anyone can Maga, it is Nasa’: how First Man’s flag ‘snub’ made space political again

The moon-landing movie has sparked a furore for failing to show the planting of a US flag. But Hollywood has a long, complicated relationship with the final frontier A giant leap for mankind or purely an American achievement? Nobody much cared at the time, but half a century later the…

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Trump and Kim Can Learn a Thing or Two From Singapore

U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are spending such a short amount of time in Singapore this week. Maybe they should stick around longer to see what makes its economy tick. Singapore is an especially wealthy nation, with a per capita income of bonuses attached…

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Humans just 0.01% of all life but have destroyed 83% of wild mammals study

Groundbreaking assessment of all life on Earth reveals humanitys surprisingly tiny part in it as well as our disproportionate impact Humankind is revealed as simultaneously insignificant and utterly dominant in the grand scheme of life on Earth by a groundbreaking new assessment of all life on the planet. The worlds…

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This Stock’s 9,500% Rally Created a Town of Millionaires

At most big companies, it’s pretty clear who the millionaires are: top executives, rainmakers, science whizzes with PhDs. But at China’s Bloomberg. The previously unreported value of their holdings has ballooned as Sunny Optical’s shares surged more than 9,500 percent since June 2008, trouncing even Netflix Inc.’s 7,500 percent gain.…

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Bill Gates opens up about some of the awkward conversations he’s had with Donald Trump

Footage of Bill Gates talking about some of the more awkward conversations he’s had with Donald Trump has been obtained by MSNBC. SEE ALSO: Here’s what happened when Trump asked Bill Gates to be his science advisor In the video above, which the Guardian reports was taken at a Bill…

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