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The Latest Science, Technical, and Medical News - from a variety of sources

4 April 2020

Immunologist says he has a possible cure for the coronavirus

"We've engineered neutralizing antibodies that go and block the virus. The coronavirus, if you were to zoom in on it, you would see a series, a ring of spikes, and it uses those spikes to invade human cells. We've identified a series of super potent antibodies that block those spikes and therefore make the virus no longer infectious."

3 April 2020

New Coronavirus Test Provides Results in as Few as Five Minutes

Actual tracing and virtual dating of COV-19

A digest of COVID-19 science, data, reporting and optimism as of 3 April.

2 April 2020

Australia begins testing 2 potential coronavirus vaccines, including one from US

Top NY Blood Center doctor says plasma coronavirus treatment looking 'promising'

30 March 2020

Army researchers at Fort Detrick who helped discover Ebola treatment seek coronavirus vaccine

These are the same army scientists who helped develop vaccines for anthrax, the plague and Ebola. Now, they have been working double shifts growing large amounts of the COVID-19 virus at this sprawling lab complex.

"We can test about 300 drugs or compounds in each plate."

They have used sneeze labs -- a technology the U.S. Army invented -- to test how the virus has spread through the air. "It would mimic you and I walking through someone's sneeze. There's a swirl of virus within droplets, so it doesn't exist just in air, but it's in fine droplets of many different sizes. Large droplets would land on your mouth and eyes, maybe on your hands, on surfaces, small droplets. You breathe them into your nostrils. Some of them make it past your projections, get deep into the lungs."

"We're going to find this vaccine and we're gonna win in the end."

FDA Authorizes Use of Malaria Drugs for Coronavirus

The emergency-use authorization is for two oral prescription drugs, hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, which are used primarily to treat malaria, but are now being investigated by federal agencies. 30 million doses of hydroxychloroquine sulfate and one million doses of chloroquine phosphate have been donated. The FDA will allow the drugs to be distributed and prescribed by doctors to hospitalized teen and adult patients with COVID-19, as appropriate.

As of early Monday morning, the coronavirus has infected more than 143,000 people in the U.S. and at least 2,513 people have died from the respiratory illness.

Up to 10 percent of recovered coronavirus patients test positive again, China reports

As many as 10% of recovered coronavirus patients in China tested positive again after being discharged from the hospital, according to a report. So far there is no evidence to suggest that they are infectious. The five patients who tested positive again did not have any symptoms and none of their close contacts had been infected.

Surveillance of similar patients showed that 80 to 90% had no trace of the virus in their system one month after being discharged from the hospital.

Additionally, health officials around the world are testing the concept of taking plasma from someone who has been infected, processing it, and injecting the antibodies into a sick person to stimulate their immune system.

Like a key to a lock

How seeing the molecular machinery of the coronavirus will help scientists design a treatment.

Another twist in the dark matter story

Electromagnetic signals don’t provide the evidence physicists were hoping for.

28 March 2020

Hydroxychloroquine, a less toxic derivativeof chloroquine, is effective in inhibiting SARS-CoV-2 infection in vitro (PDF)

Keeping the Wuhan virus away - recommended practices from Johns Hopkins University:

26 March 2020

Is the Coronavirus as Deadly as They Say?

"Fear of Covid-19 is based on its high estimated case fatality rate—2% to 4% of people with confirmed Covid-19 have died, according to the World Health Organization and others. We believe that estimate is deeply flawed. The true fatality rate is the portion of those infected who die, not the deaths from identified positive cases."

The deaths from identified positive cases are “misleading” because of limited data.

"The real fatality rate could in fact be closer to 0.06%."

25 March 2020

Tiny creature from the late Proterozoic era identified as the earliest ancestor of all modern animals.

24 March 2020

Death in the U.S. by the numbers

For 2017, the latest year for which there are numbers, there were 2,813,503 deaths.

That means there were an average of 7,708 deaths per day in the U.S.

From the first Wuhan virus death in the U.S., on February 29th, to date, there have been 624 deaths due to the Wuhan virus.

That means there were an average of 24.88 deaths per day in the U.S. due to the Wuhan virus.

Deaths from the Wuhan virus are 00.32 % of the total deaths per day in the U.S.

To put that number in perspective, the infant mortality rate in the U.S. is 00.58 %
– almost twice as high.

See the CDC Deaths and Mortality webpage for more information.

The date of the first U.S. Wuhan virus mortality was taken from this news article, and the total number of deaths in the U.S. was taken from here.

The coronavirus did not escape from a lab. Here's how we know.

23 March 2020

Message on Coronavirus (COVID-19) Neither From UNICEF Nor Accurate

The Hidden Epidemic Behind COVID-19: Myths & Misinformation

Protective N95 face masks, regular hand-washing, avoiding any contact with the infected person, coughing and sneezing hygiene, adequate isolation of the affected are the measures suggested.

Death does not happen inevitably with COVID-19 infection. The mortality rate is only 2%, much lesser than the similar strains causing illness like SARS or MERS in the past. Majority of cases are mild infections and the number of uncomplicated cases are on the rise. Death occurs due to pulmonary complications, mainly pneumonia and respiratory failure.

In any case, death is NOT imminent with this virus.

21 March 2020

Chloroquine for the 2019 novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2

20 March 2020

France makes 'massive' discovery that old medicines work against coronavirus

Researchers are turning to existing medication for potential use in a new coronavirus treatment.

Chloroquine: What to know about potential coronavirus treatment

Early symptom of coronavirus might be digestive issues

Digestion issues, not respiratory, may be indicator

19 March 2020

Coronavirus swab test from UNC gets results in 4 hours, approved by FDA

University doctors believe they can test 300 patients a day

18 March 2020

Recent fossil discovery sheds light on the origin of modern birds

and how they survived the last mass extinction

Coronavirus and the Sun: a Lesson from the 1918 Influenza Pandemic

Fresh air, sunlight and improvised face masks seemed to work a century ago; and they might help us now. Open air therapy reduced deaths among hospital patients from 40 per cent to about 13 per cent.

17 March 2020

The simple protein that started all life

Why outbreaks like coronavirus spread exponentially, and how to "flatten the curve"

Even a small nuclear war could cause severe global food shortages

16 March 2020

Coronavirus: Biotech company ships first batches of vaccine, to be tested on humans

Roughly 35 companies and academic institutions are rushing to create a vaccine and at least four have tested it on animals. Moderna, a biotech company in Massachusetts, has already shipped the first batches of its COVID-19 vaccine to the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. It was said to be ready for human trials in April, but the first patient will receive an experimental dose today.

Our Solar System Is Even Stranger Than We Thought

New research shows a pattern of exoplanet sizes and spacing around other stars unlike what we see in our own system.

15 March 2020

EPA publishes a list of potent ammunition against coronavirus

The Environmental Protection Agency has published a list of disinfecting chemicals and products that have been verified to be effective against the coronavirus.

Because viruses are unique kinds of microorganisms, not all antibacterial products will have the same degree of effectiveness; however, the soaps and cleaners on this list are known to dissolve the virus's "envelope," or outer coating.

In a spot of good news, the EPA states enveloped viruses like SARS-CoV2 are among the easiest to kill using the products on the list. This is partially because the virus envelopes are composed of lipids, which are fatty, oily types of compounds.

Just how you can wash grease from pans, you can scrub away the virus’s shell with vigorous, soapy handwashing.

Notable names on the list include the following widely available cleaning products:

• Clorox Multi-Surface Cleaner + Bleach

• Clorox Disinfecting Wipes

• Clorox Commercial Solutions® Clorox® Disinfecting Spray

• Lysol brand Heavy-Duty Cleaner Disinfectant Concentrate

• Lysol Disinfectant Max Cover Mist

• Lysol brand Clean & Fresh Multi-Surface Cleaner

• Purell Professional Surface Disinfectant Wipes

• Sani-Prime Germicidal Spray

You can see the complete list here, courtesy of the EPA.

See also

Disinfectant Concentrations and Contact Times for EPA's List of Products Effective against Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the Cause of COVID-19

14 March 2020

Researchers in U.S., China uncover how coronavirus hijacks human cells

13 March 2020

Tracking chart for the current status on the Coronavirus

Coronavirus vaccine development: Where does it stand?

Seattle woman infected with coronavirus says 'don’t panic' when recounting battle with deadly illness

Ireland and Britain aren’t part of Trump’s coronavirus travel ban. This is why.

Trump’s travel ban applies only to countries within the "Schengen area"

Apple says reopening all its branded stores in China

Earth’s tilt angle key trigger for ending ice ages

12 March 2020

Scientists crack 58-year-old quantum mystery

The discovery will simplify the control of individual atoms placed in nano electric devices, with implications for overhauling nuclear magnetic resonance – a technique used in a diverse range of fields such as modern physics, medicine, chemistry, and mining.

Tiny bird-like dinosaur smallest ever found

Coronavirus becomes a pandemic: What to know about the classification

Coronavirus in the U.S.: Map of where cases have been confirmed across the country

11 March 2020

Over 50,000 People Have Recovered From Coronavirus Around the World, According to Johns Hopkins

10 March 2020

Giant asteroid apocalypse 13K years ago was witnessed by ancient humans

Giant asteroid strike 13K years ago had 'global consequences'

Earth ‘rocked’ by KILOMETRE-wide asteroid 12,000 years ago – leaving 19-mile crater only just uncovered

Scientists made a surprise discovery of an enormous crater hiding beneath Greenland's ice sheets

9 March 2020

2,400 in U.S. dead from flu
    21 in U.S. dead from coronavirus
    (3 plus 18 in nursing home in Wa. state)

COVID-1 - Coronavirus Q&A with Dr. Harish Moorjani

7 March 2020

New Research Explains How Solar Panels Could Soon Be Generating Power at Night

Faster-Than-Light Speeds Could Be Why Gamma-Ray Bursts Seem to Go Backwards in Time

5 March 2020

Skulls and skills varied in archaic Homo erectus

Homo erectus was possibly the most successful and longest surviving of any early human. They first popped into the fossil record some 2 million years ago and only went extinct in the last 50,000-100,000 years.

5 March 2020

Medical breakthrough in Israel:
        a lung was removed from the body of a cancer patient, cleaned and returned

The coronavirus outbreak has an unexpected silver lining

The coronavirus has infected close to 90,000 people around the world so far. 45,000 patients have recovered so far, and over 3,000 patients have died.

Footage of the Apollo 16 ‘Lunar Rover Grand Prix’ Upscaled to 4K and 60fps

Here’s how to apply to be a NASA astronaut!

2 March 2020

How COVID-19 (Corona virus) Spreads

Behavioural immunisation against the coronavirus

The evolution of a faraway star system
Scientists seize the rare chance to watch it unfold.

1 March 2020

Innovation thrives in partially connected populations
        The finding that looser connections are better is counter-intuitive.

Lyrics and melody receive separate attention once they enter the brain
        "Humans have developed two means of auditory communication: speech and music."

27 February 2020

Billion-year-old green algae is an ancestor of all plants on Earth

24 February 2020

'Hidden Figure' Katherine Johnson Dead At 101
        Don't miss her famous quote on page 245 of the book.


23 February 2020

Physicists Take Their Closest Look Yet at an Antimatter Atom

19 February 2020

SpaceX will launch humans to space for the first time

Researchers make solar efficiency breakthrough

17 February 2020

How planetary building blocks were constructed

Maths and the art of topology

Topology is a branch of mathematics concerned with space and deformation.

See also How art merges with maths
to explore continuity, change, and exotic states

New research explains the strange electron flow in future materials

Watching on as Betelgeuse dims
        The star is down to about a third of its normal brightness, and its shape is changing.

15 February 2020

NASA’s New Horizons mission sheds new light on how planets form

14 February 2020

SpaceX to launch 60 internet Starlink satellites in one day
        The launch will be SpaceX's third one for 2020 already

10 February 2020

Expedition reveals the violent birth of Zealandia
        for more, read about the discovery of Zealandia continent
        Earth’s hidden continent was shaped by two tectonic events.

6 February 2020

The largest ever study of cancer genetics, involving more than 1300 researchers across four continents, has catalogued a trove of cancer mutations in a vast, open access, computer cloud database.

3 February 2020

Physicists have cooled a nanoparticle to the lowest temperature quantum mechanics allows – a temperature of roughly minus 273 degrees Celsius – by reducing its motion to the ground state

2 February 2020

Two trillion galaxies

30 January 2020

Magnetic field moves electrons into concentric circles

Humans not to blame for genetic diversity loss
        Same old story - diversity loss caused by the need to adapt to differing habitats.

Siberian cave yields trove of Neanderthal blades linked to eastern Europe

A mega library of nanoparticles

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, which uses infrared light to study the cosmos,
        will be formally retired today after 16 years

The new Inouye Solar Telescope has produced the most detailed solar images
        ever taken, showing structures as small as 30 kilometres.

26 January 2020

The Hubble Constant - calculating it different ways gives different answers

The five worst mass extinctions

24 January 2020

Java Man - First human species out of Africa - reached Asia later than thought

The Super Bowl of Astronomy

Earth’s oldest known impact structure coincides with the end of Snowball Earth
    After Snowball Earth there is no record of large-scale glaciation for 400 million years

Children’s graves reveal genetic diversity of ancient West Africa

Possible Bigfoot spotting?

22 January 2020

Unusual gravitational waves hit Earth

21 January 2020

40-ton whale jumps completely out of the water

19 January 2020

SpaceX blew up a rocket and this time it’s great news

17 January 2020

Neandertal birch tar-hafted tool proves abstract conceptualization ability
"The production of birch tar adhesives was a major technological development, demonstrating complex Neandertal technology and advanced cognitive ability."


A tar-backed tool from the present-day North Sea reveals the use of complex technology by Neandertals.   This article reports the discovery of a 50,000-year-old birch tar-hafted flint tool found off the present-day coastline of The Netherlands.   The production of birch tar adhesives and multicomponent tools was a major technological development.   It is considered complex technology and has a prominent place in discussions about the evolution of human behavior.   This find provides evidence on the technological capabilities of Neandertals and illuminates the currently debated conditions under which these technologies could be maintained.   The find demonstrates that birch tar was a routine part of the Neandertal technological repertoire.   Dating the geological provenance of the artifact firmly associates it with a host of Middle Paleolithic stone tools and a Neandertal fossil.   The object is a piece of birch tar, encompassing one-third of a flint flake.   This find demonstrates that Neandertals mastered complex adhesive production strategies and composite tool use.   The discovery also shows that a large population size is not a necessary condition for complex behavior and technology.

In a related article, the author states that "Neandertals used artificial adhesives to haft, or better handle, stone tools across their entire geographic range and since at least 200,000 years ago."   That is almost 130,000 years prior to H. Sapiens' final mental evolutionary change 70,000 years ago, and about 145,000 years before H. Sapiens made their way into the parts of Eurasia where H. Neanderthalis lived.

This is clear evidence that Neandertals possessed the ability for abstract conceptualization.   Abstract conceptualization is the mental capability that makes possible reasoning and thinking, which replaces the instinctual behavior that is otherwise universal among animals.   This discovery also makes clear that abstract conceptualization at some level preceded H. Sapiens.

14 January 2020

7 Billion-Year-Old Stardust Is Oldest Material Found on Earth
        Some of these ancient grains are billions of years older than our sun.
        See the research article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

13 January 2020

Cancer Metastasis Has More to Do with Wound Healing than You Might Think
        "Metastasis is wound healing gone wrong."

9 January 2020

New image of the Milky Way's center could help explain why its heart is missing stars

How protons and neutrons behave inside an atom
        That behavior is different from their behavior as individual particles

7 January 2020

NASA's alien planet hunter discovers its first Earth-sized planet in 'habitable-zone'

2020's first meteor shower seen from space

4,000-year-old guide to Egyptian underworld could be oldest illustrated 'book'

27 December 2019

China launches powerful rocket in boost for 2020 Mars mission

22 December 2019

Boeing capsule returns to Earth after aborted space mission

20 December 2019

Boeing's Starliner launch malfunctions en route to International Space Station

14 December 2019

Deep solar minimum on the verge of an historic milestone

Earth Enters Unknown as Magnetic North Pole Continues Push Toward Russia, Crosses Greenwich Meridian

4 December 2019

Hoag's object is a galaxy within a galaxy within a galaxy (and nobody knows why)

'Snowball Earth' discovery: Experts reveal how life survived prehistoric ice age
How life survived during 'Snowball Earth' period of 720 million to 635 million years ago

Ancestral home of modern humans is in Botswana
        See the original article in Nature magazine

26 November 2019

NASA finds 'battling galaxies' in deep space

Nile River millions of years older than previously thought

22 October 2019

New CRISPR tool has the potential to correct almost all disease-causing DNA glitches

Humans can land on Mars by 2035, NASA chief says

11 October 2019

NASA advances Trump-led manufacturing push with six innovative technologies

Second interstellar visitor arrives - and stronomers think they know where it came from

Giant asteroid strike 13K years ago had 'global consequences,' study says

Early earthlings may have watched the galaxy's center explode 3.5M years ago
"Ballooning out of both poles of the galactic center, two gargantuan orbs of gas stretch into space for 25,000 light-years apiece (roughly the same as the distance between Earth and the center of the Milky Way)"

Minute by minute accounts of how asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs devastated Earth

Three share Nobel prize for physics for work to understand the cosmos

Europe's Black Death plague virus originated in Russia's Volga region

10 September 2019

New evidence about the asteroid that killed off the dinosaurs

How the skull of humanity’s oldest known ancestor is changing our understanding of evolution     (PDF)

Modern humans evolved 100,000 years earlier than we thought – and not just in east Africa     (PDF)

Ancestors of Flores ‘hobbits’ may have been pioneers of first ‘human’ migration out of Africa     (PDF)

29 August 2019

First American settlers may have been in Idaho 16,500 years ago, study says

Musk, Bezos, Branson lead billionaires in space race

28 August 2019

Japan's Hayabusa2 asteroid probe packs its space-rock bag for return to Earth

13 August 2019

419 million-year-old fossilized forest discovered in China

12 August 2019

NASA's Curiosity rover continues its work, passing its seventh anniversary.

3 August 2019

NASA's mission to 'touch the sun' surprises during first data delivery
      22 gigabytes of data downloaded

NASA solar spacecraft snaps first image from inside sun's atmosphere

22 July 2019

Bizarre 'bird of prey' airliner concept design revealed by Airbus

20 July 2019

Apollo 11: 50 years on, the world celebrates the Moon landing

15 July 2019

EU's GPS satellites have been down for four days in mysterious outage
The Galileo satellite system was launched by the EU as an alternative to the US Air Force's Global Position System (GPS) and the Russian government's GLONASS.

24 June 2019

Rarely-seen catshark washes up on Australian beach

Raikoke volcano eruption from space

19 June 2019

Apollo 11: New website replays first Moon landing mission in real time   See it here.

The glaciers in Glacier National Park appear to be growing

Glacier National Park quietly removes signs that the glaciers are melting because they are growing

10 June 2019

Mysterious large mass discovered on Moon bewilders scientists:
        'Whatever it is, wherever it came from'

6 June 2019

Asteroid the size of a football-field could hit the earth this year

2 June 2019

NASA finds evidence of ancient lake on Mars

Rogue factories in China releasing lots of CFCs

20 May 2019

NASA probes finds crash site of Israeli lunar lander

17 May 2019

NASA's deep space probes - Pioneer, Voyager, New Horizons - where will they end up?

Every two years on Mars, an atmospheric hole dumps its water into space

Galaxies 13 billion years ago were brighter than expected - the question is: Why?

Many planets outside the Solar System are water worlds

9 May 2019

Human lifespan could soon pass 100 years thanks to medical tech, says BofA

Bacteria-eaing viruses save teenager's life

7 May 2019

Blackfeet man's DNA traces back 17,000 years; oldest in the Americas
DNA story suggests his ancestors came from the Pacific, traveled to the coast of South America and traveled north - not from across the Alaska land bridge

5 May 2019

160 million-year-old fossil of winged mammal discovered


2 May 2019

Oldest footprint and stone tools in Americas found, pre-Clovis - 15,600 years old

1 May 2019

World's oldest mummies in Chile - predate Egyptian mummies by 2,000 years

12 April 2019

SpaceX launches world's most powerful rocket, recovers all 3 boosters

11 April 2019

First-ever photographic image of a Black Hole

First landing on Moon by private company to be attempted 3:05pm ET today

Moon landing by Israeli firm's craft fails

Lockheed-Martin's Lunar Lander - 62 tons and with an elevator
        "What we chose to do is jump to the endgame."

10 April 2019

New human-related ancient species discovered in Luzon, Phillippines

9 April 2019

First actual pictures of black hole pending from the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT)

8 April 2019

New lymphoma cancer vaccine shows promise

Zapping the brain for those over 60 to help short-term memory?

6 April 2019

Over the last 50 years, the polar bear population has quadrupled
        Overpopulation is now the problem
        Wannabe dictators can't use climate change as excuse to tell you what to do

4 April 2019

Four-legged whale that lived 40mya found off coast of Peru

2 April 2019

Debris from India's anti-satellite test is a threat to the International Space Station

1 April 2019

Discovery of dinosaur fossils from the moment of the asteroid impact 66mya

4,000 year-old city discovered in Iraq, near the Zagros mountains

31 March 2019

Mars was once covered in wide raging rivers

28 March 2019

U.S. Astronauts on the Moon by 2024?

26 March 2019

Some of the universe's oldest stars are in the Milky Way galaxy's center

World's largest atom smasher may have found evidence for why the universe exists

25 March 2019

Meteor explodes with 10x the energy of atomic bomb in Hiroshima

15 March 2019

Seniors:   use skin moisturizer to prevent dementia, other old-age problems

12 March 2019

Research team 'wakes up' mammoth cell nuclei

10 March 2019

Could a supernova have caused one of Earth's mass extinctions 2.6mya?

        Additional:   Click here to see Earth's Geologic time scale

5 March 2019

Rediscovery of Mayan caves offers new chance to reconstruct the story of the Mayans

15 February 2019

U.S. going back to the Moon - this time, to stay

8 February 2019

Study of Human Genome Finds Unknown Human Ancestor
        or click here to see a PDF version.

8 February 2019

NASA spacecraft pinpoints locaton of Chinese spacecraft on the far side of the moon

6 February 2019

More on the shifting of the Earth's mgnetic poles at an increased speed

NASA's two cubesats stop responding after passing Mars

29 January 2019

Cure for cancer within a year?

10 January 2019

The shifting of the Earth's mgnetic poles has picked up speed
        It is now moving at more than 34 miles a year - up from less than 10 miles a year

3 January 2019

China lands spacecraft on far side of the moon

2 January 2019

NASA's New Horizons Takes Photos of Ultima Thule, 4 Billion Miles Away

10 December 2018

Voyager 2 probe moves into interstellar space

23 November 2018

More than a dozen prominent scientists will be presenting evidence Friday and Saturday casting doubt on the United Nations’ assertion that human activity is causing a global warming crisis.

Several of these scientists co-authored or reviewed portions of Climate Change Reconsidered, a series of comprehensive climate science volumes compiled by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC).

Among the highlights of the EIKE conference, scientists will discuss the latest science regarding natural climate cycles, sea level, solar variability versus atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, shortcomings regarding renewable power, flaws in asserted temperature histories, the benefits of a warmer world, desertification, and ulterior goals of climate activists.

“The scientific evidence and conclusions reported by climate scientists are far different than what the environmental left and their legacy media allies would like the public to believe.”

Measured temperature vs. what NOAA reports - See the fraud.

Historic temperatures do not show a warming trend.

31 October 2018

First look at the black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy

25 October 2018

Earthquake splits tectonic plate in two and geologists are shaken

23 October 2018

Growing up surrounded by books bolsters skills later in life

21 October 2018

Your life span is written in your DNA, and we’re learning to read the code.
Cytosine, one of the four DNA bases of the genetic code, makes genes more or less active

7 August 2018

Alarmist now-or-never environmentalists fall flat on their faces

4 August 2018

Bezos throwing money, engineers into corporate space race

25 July 2018

Game-changer:   Mars lake of liquid water discovered

07 July 2018

AIDS vaccine passes key early test

05 July 2018

43 Obama-era EPA scandals the media ignored

30 January 2018

Blood test called CancerSEEK detects several cancer types
        - breast, colorectal, esophagus, liver, lung, ovary, pancreas, stomach

New $500 blood test could detect cancer before symptoms develop

CancerSEEK blood test screens for eight types of cancer

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You'll get a weird bottle like mine."

15 May 1570

The first modern Atlas of the World

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