Trump is reportedly trying to go scorched Earth on his move to revoke security clearances — and it could be his undoing

  1. Trump is reportedly trying to go scorched Earth on his move to revoke security clearances — and it could be his undoing  Business Insider
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  3. John Brennan: President Trump’s Claims of No Collusion Are Hogwash  New York Times
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Study of material surrounding distant stars shows Earth's ingredients 'pretty normal'

The Earth’s building blocks seem to be built from ‘pretty normal’ ingredients, according to researchers working with the world’s most powerful telescopes. Scientists have measured the compositions of 18 different planetary systems from up to 456 light years away and compared them to ours, and found that many elements are present in similar proportions to those found on Earth. This will have implications for finding Earth-like bodies elsewhere.
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Air Force fails to acknowledge mysterious meteor that crashed to Earth near US military base

Air Force fails to acknowledge mysterious meteor that crashed to Earth near US military baseThe US Air Force failed to report a major meteor explosion near a military base in Greenland earlier this summer, leading to concern and confusion. The explosion contained 2.1 kilotons of force and occurred just above an early-warning radar at the Thule Air Force base in June, according to Hans Kristensen, the director of the Nuclear Information Project for the Federation of American Scientists. Mr Kristensen confirmed the explosion in a tweet on Wednesday, suggesting the meteor could have been mistaken by some as a “Russian first strike”.


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Air Force fails to acknowledge mysterious meteor that crashed to Earth near US military base

Air Force fails to acknowledge mysterious meteor that crashed to Earth near US military baseThe US Air Force failed to report a major meteor explosion near a military base in Greenland earlier this summer, leading to concern and confusion. The explosion contained 2.1 kilotons of force and occurred just above an early-warning radar at the Thule Air Force base in June, according to Hans Kristensen, the director of the Nuclear Information Project for the Federation of American Scientists. Mr Kristensen confirmed the explosion in a tweet on Wednesday, suggesting the meteor could have been mistaken by some as a “Russian first strike”.


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