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Are Gamma Ray Bursts Killing All The Aliens? | Unveiled

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Video Vocabulary

/ˈīəˌnīz/

ionizing
verb

convert atom, molecule, or substance into ion or ions.

/ˈkiliNG/

killing
adjective noun verb

causing death. Act of causing someone or something to die; murder. To be very funny.

/ˈsēz(ə)nd/

seasoned
adjective verb

having had salt, pepper, herbs, or spices added. To add pepper and salt to something.

/ikˈsplōdəd/

exposed
adjective verb

not covered or hidden. To allow light through a cameras lens onto film.

/ˈdistənt/

distant
adjective

far away in space or time.

/kənˈdenst/

condensed
adjective verb

made denser or more concise. To shorten (a book, etc.) by removing part of it.

/ˈmasiv/

massive
adjective

Very big; large; too big.

/ikˈstrēmlē/

extremely
adverb

to very great degree.

/ˈdānj(ə)rəs/

dangerous
adjective

able or likely to cause harm or injury.