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Little Miss Viral Meme: The rise and fall of the latest ‘remix meme,’ from self-expression to radicalization

Little Miss Viral Meme: The rise and fall of the latest ‘remix meme,’ from self-expression to radicalization

How a viral trend is dissolved by hate and commercialization — but not before it does some good. Little Miss Iron Deficiency. Mr. Sexually Confused. Little Miss A Little Too Obsessed With Stranger Things. Mr. Mommy Issues. Little Miss Seasonal Depression. Sound familiar? If not, you’ve missed the Little Miss/Mr. Men meme wave — which probably makes you Little Miss Spends A Healthy Amount Of Time On Social Media. The latest meme trend: people using cartoon characters popular with Gen-Z and millennials to share personal anecdotes — ranging from lightly self-deprecating (Mr. Uses Big Words...

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The Long March 5B, a 22-ton Chinese rocket, is falling back to Earth this weekend. Where will it land?

The Long March 5B, a 22-ton Chinese rocket, is falling back to Earth this weekend. Where will it land?

What goes up must come down.When you’re asked, “What’s up?” this weekend, here’s your answer: the Long March 5B, a roughly 44,000-pound rocket body that’s spiraling toward Earth.But scientists are unsure when and where this debris — from China’s launch this past Sunday of its Wentian space-station module — will land. The Aerospace Corporation did release its latest predicted paths for the debris — with the disclaimer that it’s still too early to be certain.Looks like that comes right over D.C. — Marcia Smith (@SpcPlcyOnline)Experts believe that 20 percent to 40 percent of the rocket body’s...

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How the tiny dust particles everywhere could be the key to understanding extreme weather and saving lives

How the tiny dust particles everywhere could be the key to understanding extreme weather and saving lives

The dust-up on dust: Where it settles in our atmosphere has big impacts on climate change.Dust is no longer being swept aside from the most crucial climate conversations — a good thing, because the silty stuff directly affects weather, climate change and human health.While most of us regard dust as an annoyance, it’s one of the most abundant sources of particles in our atmosphere and has a huge impact on our planet — various types of dust cool and heat Earth, support the ocean’s food chain, maintain carbon sinks in remote waters, and influence the severity of large-scale weather events such...

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