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Experts believe that spinning stars may cause space-time ripples throughout the universe. New research suggests that spinning stars may cause space-time ripples throughout the universe, with Chinese scientists hailing the discovery as “exciting.” According to a team of scientists, spinning stars may cause space-time ripples throughout the universe. Scientists at Peking University’s Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics have observed fast spinning stars called millisecond pulsars causing space-time ripples. This essentially means that stars can travel through time, which allows scientists to gain a better understanding of how galaxies form. The breakthrough was described as “exciting” by lead researcher Siyuan Chen.…

Frogs and chestnuts can levitate on China’s low-gravity ‘artificial moon.’ Following the creation of an ‘artificial sun’ that is far hotter than the real thing, Chinese scientists have now created an ‘artificial moon,’ which isn’t made of cheese but could make cheese float. You might not need to go to space if you’ve ever wanted to feel what it’s like to be in low-gravity. Following the launch of an “artificial sun,” Chinese scientists have now turned their attention to the Moon, constructing a box that simulates lunar gravity. The ‘artificial moon,’ which was inspired by a frog levation experiment, is…

Authorities in China discovered two security flaws in the MY2022 Olympics app Cybersecurity experts have discovered a security flaw in My2022, the official app for the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics. According to the analysts, as part of China’s COVID-19 monitoring requirement, attendees, athletes, and the media will be required to use this app. The Chinese Olympic App Is Defective According to 9to5Mac, cybersecurity firm Citizen Lab recently discovered that the Olympics app could potentially expose a user’s personal information. Personal data such as an email address, a password, and medical information are examples of this. MY2022 did not validate the…

The internet was duped by a video of China allegedly launching an “artificial sun” into the sky. On Twitter, the viral video was mislabeled as a sighting of the “launch of artificial sun,” as viewers misinterpreted it. However, the original video’s captions confirmed that it was a satellite launch. China recently announced the latest progress on their “artificial sun project,” announcing that they had reached a new record for the longest period of sustained nuclear fusion. Scientists confirmed that they had set a new clean energy record by sustaining a nuclear fusion reaction for over 17 minutes. Since then, a…

In a new Covid crackdown, China requires people to open mail wearing masks and gloves. The impact of the coronavirus on the upcoming Winter Olympics in China, which will be held in just three weeks, appears to be a major concern for Chinese leaders. As part of China’s ongoing effort to eliminate Covid, the country’s rulers have urged people to disinfect international mail and told postal workers to be “fully vaccinated.” The message was posted on the state broadcaster CCTV’s social media pages, which frequently speaks for the Chinese government. “Minimize purchases of overseas goods or receiving mail from abroad,”…

As fears of a third World War between China and the United States grow, a Google Maps user notices unmanned combat aircraft. On Google Maps, a Reddit user discovered an unmanned combat aircraft used by the US Navy in an aerial shot. It comes as tensions between China and the US over Taiwan continue to rise. After discovering an unmanned combat aircraft previously used by the US Navy on Google Maps, users were enthralled. uMoreNormalThanNormal, a Reddit user, posted an aerial shot of Airforce Plant 42 in Palmdale, California, claiming to have spotted ‘Skunkworks drones,’ an unmanned craft. The aircrafts…

China’s honeytrap spy network allegedly used “cash and sex” to gain access to Westminster. After a suspected Communist agent, Christine Fang, attempted to sway Labour MP Barry Gardiner and other government officials in the heart of Westminster, MI5 raised the alarm. A suspected Chinese communist agent is suspected of influencing British lawmakers through’sex and cash.’ Christine Fang, a Chinese national, was accused of attempting to sway several Western officials, including Labour MP Barry Gardiner, prompting MI5 to raise the alarm. She is accused of “facilitating financial donations to serving and aspiring politicians,” which includes paying £675,586.88 to Mr Gardiner’s office…

Tyias Browning, a former England U21 international, is now playing in China under the name Jiang Guangtai. Tyias Browning, a former Everton prodigy, has immersed himself in his surroundings in China, taking on a new name and even representing the country’s national side. Tyias Browning, a former Everton player, has been playing in China under the name Jiang Guangtai. The former Toffees defender has assimilated into the Asian culture, even changing his name and playing for the national team. He had loan spells at Wigan Athletic, Preston North End, and Sunderland while on Merseyside. Guangtai was transferred from the Premier…

A 66 million-year-old dinosaur embryo has been discovered in a fossilized egg. The embryo-containing fossilised egg was discovered among many other long-forgotten fossilised eggs in a storage unit. The rest of the collection will be scanned in greater detail as well. A perfectly preserved dinosaur embryo has been discovered, perfectly preserved inside a 66 million-year-old fossilized egg. The toothless theropod, also known as an oviraptorosaur, is thought to have lived in Ganzhou, China. It’s known as “Baby Yingliang” because it depicts a baby dinosaur hatching from an egg. Fion Waisum Ma of the University of Birmingham told AFP that it…

After being knocked over by an “excited” classmate, a 9-year-old girl dies in the hallway. The tragic incident occurred in China in October and was reportedly caused by a fellow student who was ‘excited for PE’ accidentally bumping the girl in the head. A nine-year-old girl is said to have died after being thrown to the ground at school by an ‘excited’ student. According to Chinese media, student Ya Tong was bumped by a classmate and hit her head on a wall, causing her to pass out while attending her school in Quinzou. Huang Qin, her father, claims she was…

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