Why Was an American Scientist Murdered in a Nazi Bunker?

an online campaign. Then, on July 9, regularly treasure hunt in bunkers like the one where Eaton was found, searching for World War II relics. Several collectors have unofficial museums in small villages where their Nazi regalia is on display. Crete was also a recent base for several leaders of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party who had chosen the Greek island for its historical ties to Nazi occupation. In 2018, an anti-Fascist group was able to raid the Golden Dawn headquarters in the capital Heraklion, which sent the group underground. Konstantinos Beblidakis, the vice mayor of the local Platanias municipality, said the area where Eaton was found was accessible by various back roads but there were no surveillance cameras despite …

People Use Science To Prove Disney Has To Change The Lead Actor Of The Little Mermaid Cause She Cant Be Black

Recently, Disney announced that singer Halle Bailey will star as Ariel in The Little Mermaid remake chloexhalle Some people are trying really hard to find a reason why Ariel cant be black, and they even turned to “science” nuevalano Image credits: Image credits: However, they were instantly shut down Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: People simply aren’t buying their “theories” MouthyOldBat __CBeezy MadamnSJ writerTQB korcariwilds Necrophidian Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits:

Sex Offender Registries Don’t Keep Kids Safe, But Politicians Keep Expanding Them Anyway

The first time Damian Winters got evicted was in 2015. He was living with his wife and two sons in suburban Nashville when his probation officer called his landlord and informed him that Winters was a registered sex offender. The previous year, when he was 24 years old, Winters had been arrested for downloading a three-minute porn clip. The file description said the girl in the video was 16; the prosecutor said she was 14. He was charged with attempted sexual exploitation of a minor and, because he had used file-sharing software to download the video, attempted distribution of child pornography.  Winters had no criminal record, no history of contact with children and no other illegal files on his computer. …

Women Are Sharing The Most Obscene Things Theyve Done While Under The Influence Of Hormones

However, hormones do play a role in our behavior. According to a Twitter user “Twinks” #2 #3 When asked about the previous ignorance about the impact of hormones on women, Martie said the controlled scientific standards were partly to blame. “One reason is that scientists were content for many decades with studying the male as the default sex, and that was in part because women had cycles that made them messy,” she explained. “If you are doing a scientific experiment, you don’t want noise, you don’t want variation, you want everything to be strictly controlled. #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20 See Also on Bored Panda Original Article : HERE ; …

Astronomers Discover Supermassive Black Holes That Are On A Collision Course With Each Other

Thanks to the discovery of gravitational waves, we know that stellar-mass black holes – the ones just a bit bigger than the Sun – can collide and merge. But what about the supermassive black holes that live in the center of galaxies? They are millions if not billions of times the mass of our stars and their possible merger is still a complex problem in astronomy. Researchers have now found two supermassive black holes on a collision course, located in a galaxy 2.5 billion light-years away. As reported in The Astrophysical Journal Letters, the two supermassive black holes each weigh more than 400 million times the mass of the Sun. They are roughly 430 parsecs away from each other and are shooting two enormous …

New Designs Could Boost Solar Cells Beyond Their Limits

The sun blankets the Earth with enough photons every hour to meet the entire world’s energy needs for a year. The question is how to efficiently convert them into electricity. Even under small-scale laboratory conditions, the world’s best single-junction solar cells—the kind found in most solar panels—still max out at capturing 29 percent of the sun’s energy. That puts them just shy of the hard limit of about one third that solar researchers calculated half a century ago. But scientists studying photovoltaics—the process by which sunlight is converted into electricity—have also long suspected that this limit is not as hard as it once seemed. The ceiling on solar cell efficiency, known as the Shockley-Queisser limit, is between 29 and 33 …

Jeffrey Epstein Was Their Teacher. He Became A Monster.

Some remember him as a caring teacher; others remember him as lousy. Some remember him as a creep. Some remember him as just one of many young faculty members, who barely would have stood out if not for his penchant for dressing in long, flamboyant fur coats.  In recent days, former teachers and alumni from The Dalton School in New York City have been reconnecting via long group email chains and Facebook comments to discuss memories of the infamous financier according to The New York Times William Barr oversees the office that is prosecuting Epstein. The joke has been this is the Epstein-Barr problem at Dalton,” said Harry Segal, a senior lecturer at Cornell University and Weill Cornell Medical College …

Electric cars: Our experts answer your questions

Phil: How much does it cost to put an electric charging point in your home? Sarah: What happens to electric car batteries at the end of their life? Are they sent to landfill to pollute in a different way? Tom: Under European Union law it is illegal for vehicle batteries to be incinerated or sent to landfill. However, the UK currently has no specialist facilities which can commercially separate the metals in the battery for reuse. The numbers of used lithium-ion electric car batteries produced in Britain are still relatively low. Any old batteries can be exported to a European country which does have specialist recycling facilities. The batteries are then incinerated at high temperatures and roughly 50% of each …

Russia Launches Telescope Into Space To Map The Cosmos In ‘Outstanding’ Detail

new telescope into space, marking a major milestone for the country’s space science program — and potentially paving the way for the mapping of the cosmos at a level of detail never before achieved. The Associated Press reported. The rocket was launched, following L2 Lagrange point, which the craft is expected to reach in “Lagrange points are unique positions in the solar system where objects can maintain their position relative to the sun and the planets that orbit it,” AP explained.  parking place” for observatories as it offers a  It would be the first-ever map of the universe Such a map “will be essential to solve the core questions of modern cosmology,” Roscosmos  The agency added that the telescope, which has …

This “Flavor Guru” Creates Ben & Jerry’s Flavors For A Living

Courtesy of Ben & Jerry’s Natalia Butler Is The Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Guru Who Creates Your Fave Treats By Amanda Fama 2 days ago Whether you walk down the frozen foods aisle or peek into your freezer, there’s a good chance you’ll see a pint of Ben & Jerry’s. If you’re anything like me, it’s probably super creamy and full of chocolatey chunks. That’s the beauty of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, though: It’s notoriously smooth, gooey, and packed with jumbo pieces in every spoonful. Believe it or not, each irresistible flavor is concocted by professional food scientists who know what you want for dessert. One of them is Natalia Butler, a flavor guru at Ben & Jerry’s. Butler …

Can’t Set Off Fireworks? Try These Science-Backed Alternatives

The Fourth of July, Independence Day, America’s birthday—whatever you want to call it, this holiday is a time for celebration. As it evokes the rich history of a proud, tumultuous country, the Fourth of July reminds us of all that we have in common, of the single, shared yearning that resides deep in the heart of every human being: the desire to blow things up. July Fourth is a holiday designed to terrify dogs and assert America’s dominance through firepower. Fireworks are visceral and exciting. But for some people, launching or even watching fireworks is not an option. Maybe you’re shackled by local noise ordinances, or are a conscientious resident of wildfire country. Maybe you just live in a state …

Scientists discover radiation leak ‘100,000 times normal level’ from Russian nuclear sub wreck

The submarine’s conning tower. (Institute of Marine Research Norway/Ægir 6000) The institute said that findings were around 100 Becquerel (Bq) per liter as opposed to around 0.001 Bq per liter elsewhere in the Norwegian Sea. The highest level measured in a sample at the wreck site was 800,000 times higher than normal, according to the researchers. CHERNOBYL’S RED FOREST MAPPED BY DRONES AS SCIENTISTS DISCOVER RADIOACTIVE HOTSPOTS However, scientists noted that other samples from the same duct did not contain elevated levels of radiation. Undersea drone Ægir 6000 captured footage of the Soviet-era Komsomolets submarine. (Institute of Marine Research Norway/Ægir 6000) “Over the past few days we have also taken samples a few meters above the duct. We didn’t find …

Is It Better To Work Out In The Morning Or At Night? Betches

So much of fitness is divided into teams. We have Team Yoga vs. Team Bootcamp, Team Gyms vs. Team Outdoor, Team Workout Solo vs. Team Workout Class. Now, we have Team Early Risers vs. Team Night Owls. Some people will work out early in the morning, while others find they put their best effort in later in the day or even late at night. Today, I’m going to break down the pros and cons of working out in the morning and at night that I have found in science and from personal experience. As always, I’ll let you decide what is best for your routine. yeah that’s how that works | @sarcasm_only A post shared by diet starts tomorrow (@dietstartstomorrow) …