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Ezra Miller will then just write his own damn flash movie

Photo: Neil Mockford (Getty Images) Although Warner Bros. Slate has apparently dug out of the gloomy, confident Snyder Hole of DC Comics movie features, they had a few years ago to fight Lighter, less contiguity-dependent films such as Wonder Woman are the rave reviews, and Aquaman a true, certified hit – not all members of the Justice League have adopted …

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The pyrex glass controversy that will not die

Clear Glass Pyrex cookware is virtually an American icon. These famous clear pans, with their pleasant weight and remarkable resistance since 1915, are indispensable for cooking biscuits, casseroles and pies. There's only one problem. About 15 years ago, the pans began to explode when they got too hot – which is ironic, as Pyrex glass was specifically designed for heat-resistant …

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Marshall Speaker, Original Penguin, Burrow and more

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Pigeons with tiny rucksacks are now collecting climate data

Photo: Rick Thomas Steadfast pigeon defenders have something new to offer: The often malignant birds are the latest instruments used by scientists to combat air pollution and monitor climate change. Researcher at Birmingham University in Birmingham The UK has developed a tiny array of sensors that can be mounted on the backs of pigeons. Rick Thomas, the researcher who leads …

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Climate change has had a major impact on the world in 2019

The Earth is now the warmest in 120,000 years. Eighteen of the last 19 years have been the warmest ever recorded. And the carbon dioxide concentration – a strong greenhouse gas – is probably the highest in 15 million years. The consequences of such a global climate are manifold and it is understandably difficult to keep track. To help, here's …

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Mothers have the power to change child care in America

A new mother never knows when she will feel completely alone and desperate. Perhaps it will be when she has set up her pumping equipment in a cupboard-sized room at work, only to find that she has forgotten the power cord. Or when her bus is on her way home, and she knows that her toddler needs to go to …

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