Rumor: Man of Steel 2 Will Introduce Black Adam to DCEU

Rumor: Man of Steel 2 Will Introduce Black Adam to DCEU

Rumor Man of Steel 2 Will Introduce Black Adam to DCEU Rumor : When Man of Steel kickstarted the DCEU back in 2013, it looked like the start of a promising future. However, many fans were shocked that it took Warner Bros. and DC as long as it did to announce development on Man of Steel 2, with the studio just confirming that the sequel was in the works last year. Luckily, it looks as though some traction on the Man of Steel sequel may finally be underway, following reports last month that Kingsman: The Secret Service director…

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She’s black, gay and soon you can call her ‘rabbi’

Rabbi

She’s black, gay and soon you can call her ‘rabbi’ Rabbi : Sandra Lawson prays at the Bristol Jewish Center. Photo by Kim Weimer/Staff Photographer Bucks County Courier Times, courtesy of Sandra Lawson (RNS) Sandra Lawson, a former military police officer turned personal trainer, wasn’t religious about anything, except maybe fitness. She wasn’t looking to convert to Judaism or any other religion. And she certainly never aspired to be one of the first — if not the first — black, openly lesbian rabbi. But this spring Lawson finished her fourth year at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical…

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Supermassive black hole gets kicked to the galactic curb

Supermassive black hole gets kicked to the galactic curb

Supermassive black hole gets kicked to the galactic curb A black hole weighing more than a billion suns appears to have gotten the boot toward the outer edges of its galaxy. Data from the Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories reveal a supermassive black hole zipping away from the center of its galaxy at a 7.5-million-kilometer-per-hour clip. It’s moving so quickly that it could leave the galaxy for good in 20 million years, says Marco Chiaberge of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore. Only gravitational waves — ripples in…

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‘Winds’ from monster black holes can rapidly change their temperature

'Winds' from monster black holes can rapidly change their temperature

‘Winds’ from monster black holes can rapidly change their temperature Hot gas streaming out from the region around supermassive black holes can experience rapid and extreme changes in temperature, according to observations from NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) telescope. Supermassive black holes are thought to be embedded in the middle of most large galaxies, including the Milky Way. These monsters feed from a surrounding disk of gas, dust and other material, called an accretion disk. The gravitational pull of the black hole can heat up material in the accretion…

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First middle-weight black hole found hiding in dense star cluster

First middle-weight black hole found hiding in dense star cluster

First middle-weight black hole found hiding in dense star cluster middle : One more cosmic missing link has been found: a middle sized black hole. Till now, scientists had found either small black holes weighing a few Suns or supermassive black holes weighing millions or billions of Suns, like the one at the center of our galaxy, the Milky Way. But in an ancient cluster of stars some 13,000 light years away from Earth, scientists discovered an intermediate-mass black hole (IMBH) weighing 2,200 Suns. It was hiding at the center…

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Researchers Stumble Upon A Treasure Trove Of Ancient Shipwrecks in The Black Sea

Researchers Stumble Upon A Treasure Trove Of Ancient Shipwrecks in The Black Sea

Researchers Stumble Upon A Treasure Trove Of Ancient Shipwrecks in The Black Sea   Ship wreck from Mediveal Period discovered below the surface of the Black Sea (Photo Credit: EEF, Black Sea MAP) When the international team of sailors and researchers led by Professor Jon Adams from the University of Southampton established the Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project, their primary goal was to map the sea floor and study the prehistoric landscapes flooded during the last Ice Age. So you can only imagine their delight, when they stumbled upon an…

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