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HAL 9000: Operational since January 12, 1992.
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Scientists studying the fossil of a 35-million-year-old whale think they've found one of the top ancient ocean predators.
The remains of a 15-metre Basilosaurus whale skeleton, which were found in Egypt, suggest that it was a leading ocean predator rather than a scavenger.
According to new research, the remains of Basilosaurus teeth hint that it chewed food before swallowing and was capable of crushing skulls.
Apparently, the Basilosaurus even used its menacing teeth to eat sharks!
Read more here: BBC
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NASA's newest planet-hunting probe has bagged another alien world, the eighth confirmed find for the young mission.
The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has discovered a planet orbiting the star HD 21749, which lies about 53 light-years from Earth in the faint constellation Reticulum, scientists announced today (Jan. 7).
The world, known as HD 21749b, is a weirdo, at least by the standards of our own solar system. It's a "sub-Neptune" about three times bigger than Earth, which means it's likely gaseous rather than rocky. But HD 21749b is made of denser stuff than the gaseous worlds we're used to, because it's 23 times more massive than Earth.
Read more here: Space.com
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Wondering what sci-fi movies 2019 and 2020 will bring us? We’ve got you covered with the MASSIVE list below.
From alien invasions to space battles to post-apocalyptic adventures to everything else in the realm of endless possibilities, there are plenty of potentially great (and probably some not-so-great) science fiction movies on the horizon.
Judging by the slate of films we’ve compiled here, 2019 and 2020 are going to be epic for sci-fi film junkies.
Read more here: NerdMuch
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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (AP) - - East Tennessee State University says its researchers have discovered fossils of two extinct prehistoric, pig-looking species that previously had never been found in the Appalachian region.
The university says the species of peccaries were identified in the fossil-rich clays of the Gray Fossil Site, once a large pond surrounded by forest dating back about 5 million years.
Read more here: WATE.COM
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Images of Ultima Thule, the most distant object ever reached, have NASA scientists geeking out.
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