Trump: My ‘Natural Instinct for Science’ Tells Me Climate Science Is Wrong
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Scientists would say there’s no such instinct, but they also say climate change is real, so who can trust ‘em?
The most important science policy issue in every state
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These are the top science, technology, or environment issues facing each state—plus Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C. Even if it never surfaces on the campaign trail, science is always on the ballot.
EPA fight against 'secret science' slowed amid pushback from researchers
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A furious public response has slowed down the Trump administration's plan to stop using so-called "secret science," a move that scientists complained could have restricted the types of research used to regulate toxins, pesticides and pollution. Six months ago, then-EPA chief Scott Pruitt said his...
One of the world?s largest organisms is shrinking
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Mule deer are eating away the Pando aspen clone
CDC Warns Of Polio-Like Mystery Illness That's Paralyzing Kids
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Cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) are extremely rare but on the rise in the U.S. How it spreads is unknown.
Pando, the Most Massive Organism on Earth, Is Shrinking
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The grove of 47,000 quivering aspen trees in Utah is being diminished by mule deer, foraging cattle and human mismanagement.
Surprising Discovery. Four Giant Planets Found Around a Very Young Star - Universe Today
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Astronomers have discovered 4 very large gas planets orbiting a young star only 2 million years old. Looks like we need a new model of planetary formation.
The Bad News We Need
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The IPCC’s scary new report could finally stir us to take action on climate change
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Researchers have traced some cases of acute flaccid myelitis to a known virus, but treatments remain elusive
Science Fair review – riveting lessons from the smartest kids in school
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This sharp, refreshing documentary charts the fortunes of high-school students in the unashamed pursuit of excellence
Why Cross-Training Is Essential (and Improves Your DNA)
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Including cross-training in your fitness program allows you to vary the stress placed on specific muscles and your cardiovascular system
All Systems Go for Second-ever Mission to Enter Mercury's Orbit
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European and Japanese double probe, BepiColombo, will take seven years to reach the solar system’s innermost planet
Do the Golden State Warriors Have Hot Hands?
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Scoring streaks have long fascinated sports professionals and researchers, yet they are not close to consensus on the right way to think about the issue
What Makes Human Brain Cells Unique?
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New findings reveal distinctive electrical properties of human neurons that may give us a boost in computing power
Unsolved cryptograms from the Thirty Years? War (1)
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Peter Nüchterlein, the writer-in-residence in Wernigerode, Germany, has asked me for help. In a Vienna archive he has found over 100 encrypted documents from the Thirty Years? War. Today, I a…
Earth as Inspiration: Memories on the 29th Anniversary of the Loma Prieta Earthquake
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It's Earth Science Week, and "Earth as Inspiration" is the theme for this year. Inspiration can take many forms. Sometimes it is awe-inspiri...
(In)korrekte Bayes-Statistik bei xkcd
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xkcd hat heute die Formel $latex P(H\vert X)=P(H)(1+P(C)(\frac{P(X\vert H)}{P(X)}-1)) $. Dabei ist P(C) die Wahrscheinlichkeit, dass man Bayessche Statistik korrekt nutzt: falls P(C)=1 erhält man d…
Rising Seas Threaten Iconic Mediterranean Sites
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The canals of Venice and an ancient Phoenician city are among the historic sites imperiled by sea level rise and coastal erosion
Tinder For Cheetahs; and An Unusual Blindness
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Scientific American assistant news editor Tanya Lewis and collections editor Andrea Gawrylewski host a new podcast that takes an deeper look at short articles from the Advances news section of the magazine.
Scientists Find New Biomarker Evidence for Neoproterozoic Animals | Paleontology | Sci-News.com
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A team of scientists led by University of California, Riverside’s Professor Gordon Love has found the oldest evidence yet of animal life, dating back 100 million years before the famous Cambrian explosion.
Death of a Fossil Hunter
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Junchang Lü was is one of the most important dinosaur researchers of the past half century
Researchers Sequence Genome of Wild Sugarcane | Genetics | Sci-News.com
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An international team of over 100 scientists from 16 institutions has sequenced the genome of the wild sugarcane (Saccharum spontaneum). The results appear in the journal Nature Genetics.
World Heritage Sites threatened by rising sea levels
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In the Mediterranean region, there are numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites in low-lying coastal areas. These include, for example, the Ven...
Für Dumme verkauft
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The Brewers just did one of the more unconventional things baseball has ever seen
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They lost, but it wasn?t really related to the stunt they pulled early in the game.
Morning Mound Visit: sabermetrics news - 10/18/18
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Cody Bellinger?s recent clutchness; a Clayton Kershaw silver lining; Milwaukee?s unlikely heroes; a note on rookies
Zwergen-Massaker im Füchslein
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Am 20. Juni 1670 entdeckte der Kartäuser-Mönch und Astronom Voituret Anthelme aus Dijon nahe dem Sternbild des Schwans einen neuen Stern 3. Größe. Ein Vermerk über seine Beobachtung wurde von der K…
Ketogenic Diet Prevents Cognitive Decline, Two New Studies Show | Medicine | Sci-News.com
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A research team headed by University of Kentucky scientist Ai-Ling Lin has published two studies that demonstrate the effect of ketogenic diet (KD) -- a high fat and low carbohydrate diet -- on cognitive health in animals.
Astronomers Find Proto-Supercluster of Galaxies in Early Universe | Astronomy | Sci-News.com
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Astronomers using ESO’s Very Large Telescope have spotted a gigantic galaxy proto-supercluster in the early Universe, just 2.3 billion years after the Big Bang.
'I have a natural instinct for science,' President Trump says in newly released interview
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"I know some people might not think of me as that, but I’m an environmentalist," Trump said. "Everything I want and everything I have is clean."
Angkor?s crumbling water system may have spelled the city?s doom
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A complex water system magnified flooding?s disruption of the medieval Cambodian city of Angkor.
Physicists Model Electrons in Unprecedented Detail — Spoiler Alert: They're Round
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Subatomic particles that have never been seen aren't quite like what some scientists predicted.
Here comes the sun(screen)
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Mad Science is on a Mission to Spark the Imagination and Curiosity of? - Virtual-Strategy Magazine
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Mad Science is on a Mission to Spark the Imagination and Curiosity of Children Global Science Enrichment Franchise Caters to More Than Four Million Children Annually with After-School Programs, Camps, Birthday Parties, Workshops, and Events MONTREAL (PRWEB) October 17, 2018 Leading science enrichment franchise Mad Science facilitates learning in children?
AAAS Moves Implementation of the Right to Science Forward
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AAAS addresses how best to put the international benefits of the right to science to work across the globe in testimony before the United Nations in Geneva.
SFS Introduces New Core Science Requirement
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This fall marks the first semester of the new core science requirement for students in the School of Foreign Service. The Class of 2022 is the first group of students subject to the new core curriculum. Accommodating the addition of a science requirement required a reduction in economics courses, major[Read More...]
AP FACT CHECK:  Trump misses on storms, science, clean air
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President Donald Trump in his interview with The Associated Press said he has ?a natural instinct for science.? But what he said about hurricanes, clean air and climate doesn?t quite get the science right.
Here is the master plan for the $150M Da Vinci Science City proposal
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Attendance is projected to be at least 400,000 yearly, and Easton residents could have free admission on certain days.
The state of the early universe: The beginning was fluid
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Copenhagen, Denmark (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 - The particle physicists at the Niels Bohr Institute have obtained new results, working with the LHC, replacing the lead-ions, usually used for collisions, with Xenon-ions. Xenon is a smaller atom
Chandra operations resume after cause of safe mode identified
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Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 - The cause of Chandra's safe mode on October 10 has now been understood and the Operations team has successfully returned the spacecraft to its normal pointing mode. The safe mode was caused by a gli