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Entropy: The Invisible Force That Brings Disorder to the Universe
The Anthropocene Epoch: Humans vs. the Earth
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How to Cancel Netflix
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The @ sign is so much a part of the internet that it may surprise you to know it's been around for at least 1,500 years.
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If you're considering a hobby or career as a "ufologist" or paranormal investigator, there are a handful of routes that don't involve being personally abducted or applying to a secret government shadow agency.