Trans activist militants get VIOLENT with NCAA swimming star Riley Gaines for refusing to bow down to the trans cult of lunacy – NaturalNews.com

(Natural News) Once again, militant leftists who vote for Democrats have proven they belong to a party and ideological movement of intolerance. Riley Gaines, a former champion collegiate swimmer for the University…

Scientists observe high-speed star formation — ScienceDaily

Even though SOFIA is no longer in operation, the data collected so far are essential for basic astronomical research because there is no longer an instrument that extensively maps the…

Hubble finds hungry black hole twisting captured star into donut shape — ScienceDaily

Black holes are gatherers, not hunters. They lie in wait until a hapless star wanders by. When the star gets close enough, the black hole’s gravitational grasp violently rips it…

Ruler: Holistic progress needed | The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: The failure of modern higher education to instil integrity and discipline has led to corrupt leaders and hampered the country’s development, says Perak Ruler Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah.…

Manufacturers looking to ‘North Star’ leaders who are more ‘human’ and ‘holistic’

Published:  01 December, 2022 Britain’s manufacturing companies are looking for the next generation of leaders to be more human, with better motivational and communication skills and, the ability to connect…

Planets orbiting most common star may be uninhabitable — ScienceDaily

An Earth-like planet orbiting an M dwarf — the most common type of star in the universe — appears to have no atmosphere at all. This discovery could cause a…

Gemini observation of distant quasar uncovers evidence of first-generation star that died in ‘super-supernova’ explosion — ScienceDaily

Astronomers may have discovered the ancient chemical remains of the first stars to light up the Universe. Using an innovative analysis of a distant quasar observed by the 8.1-meter Gemini…

A rare find — a ‘warm Neptune’ around a bright blue star — offers clues to the dearth of Hot Neptunes — ScienceDaily

Over the last 25 years, astronomers have found thousands of exoplanets around stars in our galaxy, but more than 99% of them orbit smaller stars — from red dwarfs to…

Analyzing data from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and several other observatories, astronomers have concluded that the bright red supergiant star Betelgeuse quite literally blew its top in 2019 — ScienceDaily

The star Betelgeuse appears as a brilliant, ruby-red, twinkling spot of light in the upper right shoulder of the winter constellation Orion the Hunter. But when viewed close up, astronomers…

Supercomputer simulates star seeding, heating effects of primordial black holes — ScienceDaily

Just milliseconds after the universe’s Big Bang, chaos reigned. Atomic nuclei fused and broke apart in hot, frenzied motion. Incredibly strong pressure waves built up and squeezed matter so tightly…