New Global Dataset Reveals Shocking Increase In Ocean Plastic Pollution Since 2005

Experts estimate more than 170 trillion plastic particles are polluting the world's oceans.

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Scientists Are Making Cocaine from Tobacco Plants

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The CIA Just Got Caught Illegally Spying on Americans – Again

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Meta Challenges OpenAI’s ChatGPT With LLaMA, Aims to Address ‘Toxicity’ In AI

Although LLaMA uses fewer parameters than ChatGPT, experts say Meta is poised to become a hot contender in the AI

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This 3D-Printed Rocket May Outpace SpaceX In Race to Mars

Relativity Space is revolutionising the way we think about space travel by harnessing the power of cutting-edge technology like 3D

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The Beauty Premium: Why Body Shape and Size Matters In the Workplace

Machine learning is helping researchers better understand why the “beauty premium” remains a big deal.

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Quantum Mechanics for Dummies: A Short Guide

Quantum mechanics is complex but this simple guide will have you thinking like a physicist in no time.

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Researchers Shocked at How Common Psychedelic ‘Flashbacks’ Are

9% of LSD and psilocybin users report experiencing flashbacks, even years after use.

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The Holographic Universe as Explained by the CIA

Our reality could be a three-dimensional projection of a two-dimensional world, where time travel is really possible.

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First-Ever National UFO Archive Centre to be Built In the US

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Does the Mind Extend Beyond the Body?

The science behind telepathy is more compelling than you might think.

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More People Are Depressed Than Ever Before

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