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If we do one day discover life on Mars, it may be difficult to tell whether it originated there or drifted over from another planetary body.
Scientists still debate whether the SARS-CoV-2 virus originated in a bat or a pangolin.
A conspiracy theory website, Gateway Pundit, spread the allegations, which originated with a group called My Party Was Changed Oregon.
Perhaps the most exciting possibility is that this FRB and others may originate from magnetars—a still-mysterious type of neutron star thought to have an extremely powerful magnetic field.
Many viruses, of course, originate in populations of wild animals that evolved to withstand their negative impacts.
With vaccines, whether they originate in China, the US, or the UK, sharing data will be crucial so that researchers can compare notes.
That lightning originates 50 to 65 kilometers below Jupiter’s cloud tops, where liquid water droplets form.
The venture capital model for startup funding originated in Boston and was mastered in Silicon Valley.
The flare appeared to originate from a part of the sky where an object in the Milky Way had been shooting out X-rays.
Labor unions were originated in 1886 to start protesting for rights.
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