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Opinion | The Last Butterfly
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The Eastern monarch is in trouble, and this is the time to help (no science degree needed).
Opinion | In California, Facts and Science Still Matter
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Jerry Brown’s California is moving toward carbon-free electricity as President Trump’s Washington beds down with the fossil fuel lobby. We stand with California.
30 Funny Back-To-School Jokes
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Summer vacation is over, and that?s no laughing matter. But you can go back to the classroom with a smile on your face, thanks to these funny jokes about school and teachers.
Weatherman In Wilmington Braces For Hurricane While 2 Guys Walk By As If Nothing's Wrong
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Reporting on Florence in North Carolina, he girds himself in the storm, but two passers-by appear less distressed.
Shelter in hurricane’s path warns it will euthanize animals if it can’t find people to adopt them
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Shelters in North Carolina might not be able to handle the influx of pets from evacuating owners, leading to some difficult decisions. One couple took matters into their own hands.
Algae Bloom in Lake Superior Raises Worries on Climate Change and Tourism
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Scientists cannot say for sure what causes algae blooms, but their appearance is associated with runoff, heavy rain and warming temperatures.
Extinct Cave Bear DNA Found in Living Bears
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The discovery is the first of its kind outside the human lineage.
What Artifacts Were in the National Museum of Brazil?
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The items feared lost to a fire on Sunday include one of the world’s largest meteorites and the oldest human fossil from the region.
Archeologists find Neolithic remains in Nile Delta
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Archaeologists in Egypt say they have found one of the oldest-known villages in the Nile Delta dating back to the Neolithic era.
How to Build a Bat House
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
This simple one-chamber roost will give those beneficial bug-eaters a much-needed boost! Here?s how to build a bat house.
How to Start a Campfire Without Matches or a Lighter
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Watch our step-by-step video to learn how to start a fire using flint and steel, friction or a magnifying glass. No matches or lighter needed!
Scott Pruitt, Former E.P.A. Chief, Is in Talks for His Next Job: Coal Consultant
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Mr. Pruitt has remained largely out of the public eye since departing the Trump administration in July under a cloud of ethics investigations.
Harrison Ford urges voters to 'stop electing leaders who don't believe in science'
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Harrison Ford made a few requests Thursday at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco. The event brings together leaders from around the world to discuss tackling climate change, and while onstage, the actor begged voters to know where candidates stand on the matter before filling out their ballots. "For God's sake, stop electing leaders who don't believe in science," he said. "Or even worse, pretend they don't believe in science. Never forget who you're fighting for." If humanity can'
How energy companies set off earthquakes miles away from their waste dumps
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Liquid waste from fracking and other techniques can trigger dormant earthquake faults 15 or more miles away.
Mind over matter: You really can think yourself healthier and happier
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A positive mindset isn't just mental – it can trigger physical changes making you fitter, slimmer, more energetic and less stressed. It will even help you live longer
Data Confirm Semiautomatic Rifles Linked to More Deaths, Injuries
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An analysis of FBI records supports anecdotal evidence in policy debate on gun control
The Museum of Science and Industry Offers Free Admission in September
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These are the dates guests can receive free entry this September.
The End of Theoretical Physics As We Know It | Quanta Magazine
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Computer simulations and custom-built quantum analogues are changing what it means to search for the laws of nature.
The ?me? illusion: How your brain conjures up your sense of self
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Self-awareness isn't the pinnacle of consciousness - it's just an accidental byproduct of evolution, and a figment of our minds
If you?ve had anesthesia, you can likely thank this veterinarian who just won a top science prize
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John ?Iain? Glen, inventor of propofol, among four Lasker Award winners
Should I Flush It? Most Often, the Answer Is No
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We asked wastewater management experts about what’s safe to dispose of down your toilet or sink. Their answer: Not much.
White House Hobbles Nuclear Weapons Safety Agency
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As Trump calls for new bomb production, the administration cuts safety board access to nuclear facilities
The New, Green Pride of St. Patrick’s Cathedral Is Underground
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
A state-of-the-art geothermal system now provides the historic church, and its five million annual visitors, with heating and cooling.
Super Typhoon Nears Philippines With 170 M.P.H. Winds
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Heavy rains and strong winds were buffeting the eastern coast of Luzon island on Friday as Super Typhoon Mangkhut approached.
Study Wants To Pay You To Eat An Avocado Every Day For Science
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The Hass Avocado Board is funding the study, though researchers say this will not affect the findings.
Master female artisan broke the male-dominated mold in ancient Greece
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Three-thousand-year-old remains suggest Cretan woman was a master potter
Mosquitoes are eating plastic. Why that's a big problem.
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A Biology Letters study found that when a mosquito larvae eats microplastic, that plastic can remain in the insect's body into adulthood.
Une météo toujours plus caniculaire ? Les quatre années à venir devraient être anormalement chaudes, selon une étude
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Des scientifiques ont mis au point un nouveau dispositif de prévision, pour prévoir la variabilité naturelle du climat : la façon dont il évolue sur plusieurs années entre des phases chaudes et des phases froides.
Glioblastoma Advocates Praise John McCain And His Family For Raising Cancer's Profile
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In addition to his lifetime of public service, McCain moved the needle on glioblastoma awareness.
Fund to counter physics 'white male bias'
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One of the UK's leading female scientists donates her £2.3m science prize to help more women, ethnic minority and refugee students to become physics researchers.
Recreating star fusion on Earth could solve our energy crisis
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Nuclear fusion could solve the world’s energy problems, says physicist and Everest-climber Melanie Windridge, who reveals some of the latest innovations
Spaghetti mystery that stumped famous physicist is finally solved
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The late physicist Richard Feynman would be thrilled to know that the mystery of how spaghetti breaks has finally been solved, writes Don Lincoln
Some scientists publish more than 70 papers a year. Here?s how?and why?they do it
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Science chats with statistician John Ioannidis about ?hyperprolific? authors
Quantum weirdness in 'chicken or egg' paradox
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The "chicken or egg" paradox was first proposed by philosophers in Ancient Greece to describe the problem of determining cause-and-effect.
E.P.A. to Reconsider Obama-Era Curbs on Mercury Emissions by Power Plants
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It is the latest effort by the Trump administration to revisit or weaken environmental rules. Mercury has been tied to brain damage and other ailments.
Fifth of meat in restaurants and supermarkets contains unspecified DNA
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The British Food Standards Agency (FSA) found 145 items out of 665 that it sampled in 2017 consisted partly or wholly of unspecified meat, it reported.
Super Typhoon Mangkhut Aims at Philippines’ Breadbasket
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The storm was on track Thursday to hit the agricultural center of the Philippines with “ruinous rains,” a potential blow to an industry recovering from other recent typhoons.
As Florence’s Power Nears the Carolinas, Residents Brace for the Worst
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A powerful Category 4 hurricane could linger along the coasts of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, and deliver a huge life-threatening storm surge.
Are Narcissists More Likely to Experience Imposter Syndrome?
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The surprising link between narcissism and imposter syndrome