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is nexusnewsfeed.com a reliable news website? [closed]

I've seen some of their articles get shared on Facebook. But I think (correct me if I'm wrong) that it's just a bunch fear mongering conspiracy theory articles
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Is gender studies a science? [closed]

A dailywire article quoting an "hungarian political magazine" article writes: ...Hungary, as the country’s government has decided to remove gender studies programs from state-run universities. ...
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Can you extract over 500 gallons of water from the air a day for a few cents per bottle?

According to the Daily Mail article LA couple win $1.5 million XPrize for radical system that can make clean water from AIR for less than 2 cents a quart, David Hertz and Laura Doss-Hertz have ...
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Is Neil de Grasse Tyson's claim that the Gregorian calendar is the “most accurate calendar ever devised” true?

This statement comes from a Joe Rogan show episode where he chats to Neil de Grasse Tyson. His statement is about the Gregorian calendar, and goes as follows: "Point is, this was hard-earned, and ...
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Can one estimate accurately the time until sunset using the width of one's fingers?

I've now heard from a friend and read about a claim online, which I find unlikely: You can estimate the time until the sun sets by using your fingers. By extending your arm fully and placing your ...
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Did all iron on Earth come from the outer space?

According this video 9 Shocking Facts from the Quran! Iron is not natural to the Earth. It did not form on the Earth but came down to Earth from outer space. This may sound strange but it is true. ...
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Did al-Ghazali lead to decline of science in Islam as Neil Tyson claims?

The astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has said that during the Islamic Golden Age, especially in Baghdad, science and discovery flourished for a few centuries. Then an Islamic scholar named al-...