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MIT scientists accidentally create the blackest material ever

MIT scientists accidentally create the blackest material ever

It absorbs 99.995 percent of light.

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Hitting the Books: 'Dirty bomb' fears spawned America's nuclear spy force
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Hitting the Books: 'Dirty bomb' fears spawned America's nuclear spy force

Hysteria surrounding Hitler's nuclear ambitions reached fever pitch in 1943.

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 Sidewalk Labs' controversial data collection project is now a company
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Sidewalk Labs' controversial data collection project is now a company

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