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US Military Records Confirm An Interstellar Meteor Collided With Earth In 2014

According to a recently released document from the United States Space Command, researchers discovered an interstellar meteor hit Earth in 2014. An interstellar meteor is a space rock that originated from outside of our solar system, making it extremely rare for any of them to make contact with our planet. 

Individuals With Psychiatric Conditions More Likely To Catch Covid-19

According to a new psychiatric study, individuals diagnosed with a psychiatric condition are more likely to catch Covid-19 after being fully vaccinated. The study reviewed health records of more than 260,000 individuals from the US Department of Veterans Affairs.

China Gearing Up To Conduct Asteroid Deflection Tests In 2025

China is currently drafting a planetary defense plan that will aim to alter the orbit of a potentially threatening asteroid. The plan involves a kinetic impactor test that will help researchers develop new systems to counter potential threats posed by asteroids.

Thousands Of New Viruses Discovered In The Ocean, According To New Study

More than 5,000 new virus species have been discovered throughout our world’s oceans after researchers analyzed tens of thousands of water samples looking for new RNA viruses, or viruses that use RNA for genetic material. 

Bridging The Gap In Physics: How Dr. Young Suh Kim Felt Like He Was ‘Chosen By Einstein’ To Advance The Field

The world of physics has advanced greatly since the days of Albert Einstein and his groundbreaking theory of relativity. Dr. Young Suh Kim is an accomplished physicist, educator, and a self-described ‘freedom-loving boy,’ who’s credited for bridging the gap between Einstein’s theory, quantum mechanics, and the ways in which they’re both similarly derived.