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Surviving the Camp Fire was hard enough. Now these animals have to find their humans.
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Over the past week, first responders have carried thousands of injured pets to emergency veterinary hospitals.
Teen Sings Her Way Through Brain Surgery So Doctors Can Preserve Her Talent
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Musician Kira Iaconetti had a form of epilepsy that was triggered by listening to or playing music.
55 Funny Christmas Jokes and Comics
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Happy Holidays! Count down the days until Christmas with these funny Christmas jokes sent in by Boys’ Life readers.
The Kilogram is Dead. Long Live the Kilogram!
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After a vote (and a century of research), the standard measure for mass is redefined, and the long reign of Le Grand K is ended.
Fact-checking the NY Times’ Fact-checking
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
Guest Opinion by Kip Hansen
Teacher gives kids advice on equine careers
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. ? Carter Older spent four years as 4-H youth development and equine educator for Saratoga County Cornell Cooperative Extension.
The Science Of Why A Modest Snowstorm Caused Havoc On The East Coast
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The science behind why a relatively modest snowstorm caused havoc in the New York area.
Focus: Finding the Ideal Noise-Reducing Network
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
The structure of a network, such as an electricity grid, can be optimized to reduce the effects of fluctuations in the network’s inputs.
The Lost World of Prehistoric Parasites
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Paleontologists are still searching to uncover the deep history of nature's hitchhikers. 
?Scientists? Determine That the Worst Year in Human History Was? 536 AD.
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Guest post by David Middleton From the American Association for the Advancement of Science! in America: Why 536 was ‘the worst year to be alive’ By Ann Gibbons Nov. 15, 2018
Jed Lowrie is a free agent bargain waiting to happen
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Yes, he will be 35 next year, but he will certainly be well worth the cost.
Don't Make Me One with Everything
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The mystical doctrine of oneness has creepy implications
A massive crater hides beneath Greenland?s ice
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Elevating this from a mention in my previous Newsworthy Items post. From ScienceNews Whether the impact is related to a period of cooling called the Younger Dryas is unknown By Carolyn Gramling 2:0…
World's Largest Organism Faces Bleak Future
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The single organism that is the Utah aspen grove known as Pando is on the decline due to herbivores wiping out its youngest tree outgrowths.
Huge Asteroid Impact Crater Found Just Under the Ice in Greenland - Universe Today
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Scientists discovered an impact crater in Greenland buried under a half mile of ice. It may re-ignite an old debate about the Younger Dryas period.
Stacking concrete blocks is a surprisingly efficient way to store energy
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
[maybe yes, maybe no ~ctm] From Quartz Thanks to the modern electric grid, you have access to electricity whenever you want. But the grid only works when electricity is generated in the same amount…
Lunar Outpost Shows off their New Rover that will Crawl the Moon, Searching for Resources - Universe Today
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Lunar Outpost is testing their small Lunar Prospector robots that are designed to identify and map resources on the surface of the Moon.
Comets & Asteroids - Summary for Sept & Oct 2018
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During the 2-month period September through October 2018, 3 new comets were discovered and there
Gauland heimlich zurückgetreten
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Alexander Gauland, Chef der AfD, ist offenbar schon seit Längerem heimlich zurückgetreten. Das ergibt sich zwingend aus der Tatsache, dass die AfD vor einiger Zeit Spenden aus dem Ausland angenomme…
Glider truck study vindicated by Tennessee Tech: Emissions from gliders and new trucks are about the same
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That?s what the letter says. But it probably won?t be what you read in Fake News media accounts (ahem? Eric Lipton, I can?t wait for your report).
Getting Under the Skin of a Volcano: Travels in Lava Beds National Monument
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What in the world is going on here?? What are these spikes coming out of the ceiling? Is it some kind of deadly trap for Indiana Jones or...
A Journey of Ten Million Years...the Salmon of the Sierra Nevada
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Chinook Salmon attempting to enter the fish ladder at Camanche Dam on the Mokelumne River They've been coming here for at least ten mil...
NASA to Host Media Call on Next Mars Rover Landing Site
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NASA will host a media teleconference at 9 a.m. PST (noon EST) Monday, Nov. 19, to provide details about the Mars 2020 rover's landing site on the Red Planet.
And today in #microbiomania (aka overselling the microbiome) - ridiculous claim from Raphael Kellman's book marketing group
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
A blog about microbiology, genomics and metagenomics, sequencing, evolution, ecology, and open science.
Ambient amides take nitrogen chemistry beyond Haber–Bosch ? Physics World
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Catalysts that can break the super-strong nitrogen bond under ambient conditions provide an uncontroversial success story for nitrogen chemists
How Can Science Help Reverse Blindness?
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From bionic eyes to gene editing, how can we use science to bring back sight?
Discovery Museum hosts 'Chemistry of the Cocktail' fundraiser for science
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The Discovery Museum in Reno is holding their annual fundraiser event to raise money in support of The Discovery’s mission: to inspire by being the place to experience science. Chemistry of the Cocktail, the western-themed event, took place on Friday, November 16. It featured cocktails, food, live auctions, and a photo booth. The funds raised are used support the museum's mission to "inspire by being the place to experience science".
The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending November 17, 2018
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This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Harvesting renewable energy from the sun and outer space at the same time
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Scientists at Stanford University have demonstrated for the first time that heat from the sun and coldness from outer space can be collected simultaneously with a single device. Their research, published Nov. 8 in the journal Joule, suggests that devices for harvesting solar and space energy will not compete for land space and can actually help each other function more efficiently.
Try FT for free | Financial Times
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The IEA’s outlook, Saudi anger at President Trump, electric Hogs and underwater mining
No, breathing San Francisco air is not like smoking 11 cigarettes
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And the guys at Berkeley Earth ought to put out whatever they?ve been smoking and come down to Earth. So (above) that?s the claim. It?s based on an error from Richard Muller (you&…
Gillian Oaks a future biologist
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
PULLMAN, WA-Pullman high school’s Gillian Oaks summer reading list included a biology textbook. You can ask her just about anything on the subject, she'll answer. "Knowledge Bowl is just this competitive quiz type thing I’m the captain of the team this year. Science Bowl is another competitive quiz type thing sponsored by the Department of Energy," Oaks said. She wants to continue to study biology in college.
Seattle Genetics' Adcetris Gets Breakthrough Therapy Status
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Seattle Genetics' (SGEN) Adcetris gets Breakthrough Therapy designation by the FDA for the frontline treatment of certain lymphoma subtypes.
Genetics Start-Up Wants to Sequence People's Genomes for Free
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
The new service lets consumers contribute to medical research, but still poses privacy concerns
Rocket Lab announces $140 Million in new funding
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Huntington Beach CA (SPX) Nov 17, 2018 - US orbital launch provider, Rocket Lab, has closed a Series E financing round of $140 million (USD). The funding round closed last month, prior to the launch of the successful mission 'It's Business
New Arecibo message challenge announced
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Orlando FL (SPX) Nov 17, 2018 - In 1974, the Arecibo Observatory made history by beaming the most powerful radio message into deep space ever made. The famous Arecibo Message was designed by the AO 74's staff, led by Frank Drake,
Introducing the TopoToolbox
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My guest blogger today is Sebastian Gross. He is an engineer in our academia team in Munich, Germany, and works with our university customers to make them successful in research and teaching. In today?s post he introduces TopoToolbox[1,2].ContentsOverviewImporting dataLoading Bavarian data setReprojectionDisplay data with and without hillshadingOptional sink fillingCalculate stream objectDisplay water streamsCalculate water accumulationDisplay flow accumulationNext stepsReferencesOverviewThank y
Researchers Create Tough, Conductive Epoxy-Graphene Foam Compound | Materials Science, Nanotechnologies | Sci-News.com
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A team of scientists led by Rice University has combined epoxy with an ultra-stiff graphene foam and carbon nanotube scaffold to build a resilient composite that is tougher and as conductive as other compounds but as light as pure epoxy.