It’s finally the weekend.
During a busy news week, we learnedsoccer star and we dug As Oscar-winning actor Gwyneth Paltrow appears in court for a 2016 clash at a Utah resort.
on the other hand,It is expected to appear in the night sky on March 28, so the New Mexico Department of Fish and Game said and we learned more
But that’s not all.
Below are our weekly Saturday Sixes. Here’s a summary of half a dozen news stories in no particular order, ranging from poignant to bizarre to tragic and everything in between.
- we investigated . From the story: An estimated 20,000 people donate bodies to science each year for medical research and education. However, unlike organ donation, these body parts can be bought and sold for profit. It is a market with little federal regulation.
- scientists . From the story: Researchers in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Columbia University used a 3D printer to create a seven-ingredient cake slice. They say that printing food could be a new cooking option with several advantages.
- rental retailer . From the story: In a tweet earlier this month, the company joked about reopening.
- We found out which cities are the best and which are the worst. . From the story: The 2023 “Allergy Capital” was determined based on pollen scores, over-the-counter drug use, and number of allergists.
- if you want to according to to the latest IRS data. found some hints. From the story: With good reason, many workers are desperate for their money back. This payment is usually the largest check most Americans receive throughout the year. And while his rebate this season is 11% less than the previous year so far, it’s still a big change, averaging him $2,972.
- Finally, if you’re a fan of Oreo cookies, a team of scientists at MIT has taken on the task of: findings It was published last year in the peer-reviewed journal Physics of Fluids. Determined to uncover the truth behind the cream dispersion phenomenon, the team tested over 1,000 Oreos, according to To The Wall Street Journal, which previously reported on this study. — especially the best way to split them. From the story: They published their paper under the ironic name of “Oreology”.
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