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Updated January 2020
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ALL THE FOOTBALL NEWS, GAME SCORES, AND PLAYER UPDATES YOU NEED FOR FRESNO STATE!
 
Space is an interesting place. Marco slices up the night sky with a new topic every week. Death Stars, Black Holes, Big Bang, Red Giants, the Milky Way, G-Bands, Pulsars, Super Stars and the Solar System.
 
Sean Hannity is a multimedia superstar, spending four hours a day every day reaching out to millions of Americans on radio, television and the Internet.
 
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Vice President Mike Pence joins to discuss his trip to Israel, what he sees happening with the economy and the state of the nation, and the complete and utter focus from the left to destroy the Trump administration; no matter the cost. The Sean Hannity Show is on weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com. Learn more about your ad…
 
Evangelist Alveda King, Executive Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn with Priests for Life and Founder of Alveda King Ministries, is here to talk about the life of her uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, and where she sees the state of race and the nation today. The Sean Hannity Show is on weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.co…
 
Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, sits on the Senate Committee for Foreign Relations is here to discuss the articles of impeachment and the hoax that this entire process has become for the nation. Things are truly getting ugly. The Sean Hannity Show is on weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com. Learn more about your ad…
 
Mike Lindell, inventor, creator and recovered addict, and author of the new book, "What Are the Odds? From Crack Addict to CEO" joins Sean to discuss his new book and his company. A lot went into his success and there's a story everyone should hear about not giving up and the American Dream. The Sean Hannity Show is on weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET…
 
James O’Keefe, CEO and founder of Project Veritas talks about his work and exposure of Bernie Sanders’ corrupt staff. With last night’s democratic debates it’s clear that there is tension on the left. The Sean Hannity Show is on weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and Hannity.com. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com…
 
Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy of California is prepared for the impeachment articles to be sent over tomorrow, but while Pelosi continues her left wing pandering, McCarthy is working on supporting the people of Iran in their quest for freedom. Leader McCarthy joins Sean to talk about his efforts to work on what really matters. The Sean Hannity S…
 
How two gamma-ray bursts created record-breaking high-energy photons Light packing up to 1 trillion electron volts reveals details of these cosmic explosions The explosion of a star can trigger a gamma-ray burst (illustrated).
 
What we know and don't know about a new virus causing pneumonia in China There's little evidence so far of person-to-person transmission, but experts urge vigilance A previously unknown coronavirus is behind an outbreak of respiratory illness in China.
 
In 2019, a ketamine-based antidepressant raised hopes and concerns The benefits and risks of Spravato are not yet clear The antidepressant Spravato can be taken only at certified health clinics, to allow for close patient monitoring.
 
19 more galaxies mysteriously missing dark matter have been found The newly found outliers defy ideas of how these star systems evolve Most dwarf galaxies, like NGC 5477 seen in this image from the Hubble Space Telescope, have far more dark matter than normal everyday matter.
 
Wildfires could flip parts of the Amazon from a carbon sponge to a source by 2050 Curbing new deforestation could help avoid the alarming tipping point, simulations suggest Deforestation, along with greenhouse gas-caused climate change, could double the burned area of the southern Brazilian Amazon forest by 2050.…
 
Why screening DNA for 'designer babies' probably won't work Selecting embryos for height doesn't necessarily lead to tall children Share this: Facebook Twitter Pocket Reddit Print By Tina Hesman Saey
 
The loss of 'eternal ice' threatens Mongolian reindeer herders' way of life Newly recorded oral histories of the Tsaatan people help researchers document climate change Reindeer (shown here in 2017) rely on eternal ice patches in Mongolia to cool themselves during the summer.
 
This ancient stardust is the oldest ever to be examined in a lab Tiny grains give insight into galactic happenings before our solar system's birth Bits of dust expelled by aging stars (like those in the Egg Nebula plume, pictured) and brought to Earth on a meteorite are the oldest ever dated in a lab.…
 
NASA's Parker probe reveals the sun's rogue plasma waves and magnetic islands Launched in 2018, the spacecraft has flown closer to our star than any other mission NASA's Parker Solar Probe (illustrated) has flown closer to the sun than any previous spacecraft and has sent back its first reports from the solar frontier.…
 
These science claims from 2019 could be big deals if true Findings in need of more proof include dinosaur fossils from the day a giant asteroid struck Earth and jets from stellar smashups Neutron star mergers (the aftermath of one is shown in this illustration) may be a source of short gamma-ray bursts, a team reported in February.…
 
How to restore the legendary acoustics of Notre Dame Researchers who study sound are turning their attention to the Paris cathedral A fire damaged Paris' Notre Dame cathedral in April 2019 (shown).
 
A 'bonanza' of new bird species was found on remote Indonesian islands Discovering 10 new songbird species and subspecies at once is extremely rare in the 21st century On a remote cluster of Indonesian islands, researchers discovered 10 new songbird species and subspecies, including this yellow-breasted Togian jungle-flycatcher ( Cyornis omissus om…
 
Archaeologists tie ancient bones to a revolt chronicled on the Rosetta Stone The skeleton provides a rare glimpse into an uprising around 2,200 years ago Lower arm bones from a man's skeleton excavated in Egypt display damage possibly caused by combat during a military uprising mentioned in writing on the famous Rosetta Stone.…
 
After the Notre Dame fire, scientists get a glimpse of the cathedral's origins Researchers hope to study the building's history, the medieval climate and more After the April 15 fire at Notre Dame de Paris, rubble from the collapsed roof littered the floor, but many parts of the cathedral remained intact.…
 
These are the most-read Science News stories of 2019 A study suggesting that humans can sense Earth's magnetic field (illustrated) ranked among the most read stories on Science News ' website in 2019.
 
Here are Science News ' favorite science books of 2019 These are some of the books that Science News staff most enjoyed reading this year.
 
Google claimed quantum supremacy in 2019 and sparked controversy Competitors questioned whether the milestone had truly been achieved Google's quantum computer Sycamore performed a calculation that would take thousands of years with a classical supercomputer, researchers claimed in 2019.
 
Dark matter pioneer Vera Rubin gets a new observatory named after her The researcher found evidence of dark matter and broke barriers for women in science Astronomer Vera Rubin uncovered evidence of dark matter in the 1970s.
 
American whiskeys leave unique 'webs' when evaporated Different types of bourbon leave behind signature weblike designs When evaporated, droplets of different American whiskeys (left to right: Maker's Mark, Pappy Van Winkle's and Jack Daniel's) leave behind unique, weblike residues not seen in Scotch whiskies or other liquors.…
 
Measles got a foothold in the United States this year and almost didn't let go Areas of low vaccination are blamed for the virus's almost 12-month stay The first half of 2019 had more reported measles cases globally than in any year since 2006.
 
Silver-backed chevrotains have been 'rediscovered' by science after 29 years With help from Vietnamese villagers, researchers captured photos of the deerlike ungulate The silver-backed chevrotain, endemic to Vietnam, was rediscovered after 29 years by scientists who teamed up with locals to capture photographic evidence of the deerlike ungulate.…
 
A carved rock found in Jordan may be the oldest known chess piece The 1,300-year-old game piece resembles a rook, or castle A small, rectangular stone (right), previously excavated at the Jordanian site of Humayma (shown at left), may be the oldest known chess piece, a rook dating to around 1,300 years ago.…
 
Record-breaking heat amplified waves of student climate protests in 2019 Activists pushed decision makers to take climate change seriously Greta Thunberg (at table, second from left) and other young activists filed a complaint with the United Nations in September, arguing that a lack of action on climate change violated their human rights.…
 
Infrared images reveal hidden tattoos on Egyptian mummies The images of eyes, crosses and more on 7 females may challenge ideas about the practice A researcher checks an ancient Egyptian mummy's shoulder for tattoos with an infrared scanner.
 
Vaping's dangers loom large amid more than 50 U.S. deaths this year Lung illnesses highlight the dangers of e-cigarettes as teen use continues to rise The maker of Juul, the e-cigarette most popular with teen vapers, announced in the fall that it will stop selling pods of many of its flavors, such as mango, cucumber and mint.…
 
Science News ' favorite fossils of 2019 Cambrian creatures, a tiny T. rex cousin, ancient bone cancer and more were reported Among the top fossil discoveries reported this year was this 3.8-million-year-old skull of Australopithecus anamensis (artist's reconstruction of the hominid, left).
 
Microbes slowed by one drug can rapidly develop resistance to another The finding could lead to better ways to prescribe drug cocktails to knock out infections Being tolerant to at least one type of antibiotic helps deadly methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus , or MRSA, bacteria (yellow in this scanning electron micrograph) more easily devel…
 
The fastest-spinning object ever made could help spot quantum friction in a vacuum A sensor made with a swiftly revolving nanoparticle can detect minute torques A new torque sensor that uses a fast-spinning nanoparticle can detect tiny forces, say scientists Tongcang Li (left), Jonghoon Ahn (right) and colleagues.…
 
How 2019's space missions explored distant worlds Planets, asteroids and Arrokoth were the focus of new discoveries Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft, whose shadow is visible in this image, took this photo of the asteroid Ryugu in February after briefly touching down on the asteroid's surface to collect a sample.…
 
Medications alone work as well as surgery for some heart disease patients Patients with stable ischemic heart disease can avoid stents or bypass surgery A doctor views an image of the heart during a coronary angioplasty, during which a tube is inserted into the vessels to clear a blocked artery and possibly place a stent.…
 
A tiny switch could redirect light between computer chips in mere nanoseconds Light waves can transport information more efficiently than electric current A new kind of tiny switch uses an ultrathin gold disk to catch light waves (blue pulses) traveling down one wirelike structure called a waveguide (flowing top right to bottom left), and transfers…
 
50 years ago, scientists didn't know where heavy elements came from Excerpt from the December 20, 1969 issue of Science News Heavy elements probably aren't created by an ordinary star exploding, or a supernova, the remnants of which are shown in this infrared and X-ray compsite image.
 
A year of big numbers startled the world into talking about nature Fires in the Amazon and the loss of billions of birds renewed worries about wildlife A fire burns in Brazil's Amazon region on August 25, 2019.
 
Mounting evidence suggests neutrinos are key to why antimatter is rare The tiny particles may point to early universe processes that favor matter over antimatter Neutrinos may behave differently than their antimatter equivalents, new results from the T2K experiment suggest (one piece of the experiment shown).…
 
An AI found a hidden Nazca Line in Peru showing a humanoid figure Using AI to speed up finding the ancient glyphs could give insight into their purpose Using artificial intelligence that scours satellite and drone images for traces of ancient geoglyphs etched into terrain, scientists have uncovered a new Nazca Line of a humanoid figure in Peru (pho…
 
A giant wave of gas lurks near our solar system Many stellar nurseries are strung along this gas thread newly dubbed the Radcliffe Wave Many of the most well-known star-forming clouds (red dots in this illustration of the Milky Way) near the sun (yellow) actually lie along a wave of star-forming gas newly dubbed the Radcliffe Wave.…
 
Some people with half a brain have extra strong neural connections A new study shows how the brain adapts after a hemispherectomy to treat childhood epilepsy Despite having only half of a brain, certain neural connections appear to be stronger than those in a fully intact brain, a new study suggests.…
 
Flipping a molecular switch can turn warrior ants into foragers Toggling one protein soon after hatching can reprogram a worker ant's career path Normally, ants called minors (left) spend their time foraging for food.
 
The first U.S. trials in people put CRISPR to the test in 2019 These studies are a first step toward fulfilling the gene editor's medical promise CRISPR/Cas9 is a gene-editing tool that many hope will correct genetic diseases.
 
NASA gave Ultima Thule a new official name The far-flung solar system body is now Arrokoth, the Powhatan word for 'sky' Arrokoth appears as a ruddy deformed snowman in this composite image acquired by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft as it sped past on January 1, 2019.
 
Australian fires have incinerated the habitats of up to 100 threatened species Scientists warn of an ecological catastrophe as crucial habitats of rare plants and animals burn Wildlife rescuer Simon Adamczyk carries a singed koala from the smoldering remnants of gum forests on Kangaroo Island on January 7.…
 
Mysterious Denisovans emerged from the shadows in 2019 The picture of these enigmatic hominids began to come into view this year A partial jaw, unearthed on the Tibetan Plateau, is one of several Denisovan fossils reported in 2019.
 
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