April 10, 2017 by wpengine in Archived
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RSS全文订阅-日经新闻

全文输出日经中文网最新内容。 《日本经济新闻》以财经新闻为主,也是日本公认在政治、经济方面相对权威的很少政治派系色彩的报纸,被认为属于中间派。 输出参考: https://cn.nikkei.com/ 更新频率:每天4次 订阅地址: https://feedx.net/rss/nikkei.xml

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April 10, 2017 by wpengine in Archived
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RSS全文订阅-朝日新闻

全文输出朝日新闻中文网。 《朝日新闻》政治立场中间偏左,属于左派媒体。 输出参考: http://asahichinese-j.com/whatsnew/ 更新频率:每天4次 订阅地址: https://feedx.net/rss/asahi.xml

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April 06, 2017 by wpengine in Archived
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心事一小桩

煎蛋7日最佳早就做过了,当时思路有问题,只支持单张图片,还把文字搞丢了,虽然我自己并不怎么看,总觉得这样不是个事,现已更改。

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August 17, 2016 by Contributor in Archived
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Short Answers To Big Questions: The Power Of Earth's Magnetic Field

All Things Considered asked listeners to ask our resident astrophysicist big questions, so we can give you short answers. Today we explore magnetic fields and explain why they are so powerful on Earth. Transcript ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: Sometimes it’s great to have an astrophysicist at your fingertips. You know what

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August 17, 2016 by Contributor in Archived
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How To Catch The Biggest Wave In The Universe

The Laser Interferometer Gravity-Wave Observatory looks for tiny changes in the length of the structure’s 2.5-mile-long arms. There are two detectors: one in Washington and one in Louisiana (pictured). This photo was taken before severe flooding that has deluged a large part of the state, including where the observatory is

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August 17, 2016 by Contributor in Archived
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What Does It Take To Map A Walrus Hangout? 160 Years And A Lot Of Help

A USGS wildlife biologist works with walruses resting on shore near Point Lay, Alaska. Large haulouts at Point Lay in recent years are unusual in terms of their timing, location and number, the Fish and Wildlife Service says, and are probably tied to global climate change and decreasing sea ice.

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