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A man is about to launch himself in his homemade rocket to prove the Earth is flat
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Seeking to prove that a conspiracy of astronauts fabricated the shape of the Earth, a California man intends to launch himself 1,800 feet high on Saturday.
512-Year-Old Shark, Believed To Be Oldest Living Vertebrate, Found In North Atlantic
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While the animal was discovered a few months ago, its potential age was revealed in a study in the journal
50 Funny Christmas Jokes and Comics
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Happy Holidays! Count down the days until Christmas with these funny Christmas jokes sent in by Boys’ Life readers.
New Volcanic Island May Survive Much Longer Than Expected
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Although similar islands usually vanish within months, images from NASA revealed that this landmass in Tonga may last for up to 30 years.
Tasmanian Tiger Genome May Be First Step Toward De-Extinction
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The newly sequenced genetic blueprint may help scientists clone the predatory marsupial, which was declared extinct in the 1980s.
Trump wants to send U.S. astronauts back to moon, someday Mars
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At a time when China is working on an ambitious lunar program, President Donald Trump vowed on Monday that the United States will remain the leader in space exploration as he began a process to return Americans to the moon.
Hijacked sperm carry chemo drugs to cervical cancer cells
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There’s a new use for sperm – delivering cancer drugs to tumours of the female reproductive tract. This targeted approach may avoid the side effects of chemo
TV Meteorologist Has Absolutely Had It With The Flat-Earth Movement
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Keith Carson has a simple challenge for those who think the Earth is flat.
Addicted to Your Phone? It Could Throw Off Your Brain Chemistry
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A new study suggests that for teens, being hooked on the internet and smartphones may harm brain chemistry.
Alabama’s newest senator isn’t afraid to take a strong stance on science and clean energy
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Alabama environmental advocates see great hope in election outcome.
The World?s First Nuclear Fusion Plant Nears Completion
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Nuclear fusion promises to be a clean source of energy, but it is expensive, technologically complex, and far from being deployed on a co...
Calm down, scientists didn't discover a 512-year-old shark. (It's probably like 400, tops.)
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No known shark has been swimming around for half a millennium. Probably.
Preliminary Scan Suggests This Interstellar Visitor Is Not an Alien Spaceship
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On October 19, 2017, astronomers witnessed the first known interstellar asteroid—a bizarre, cigar-shaped rock that, just as quickly as it entered into our Solar System, exited in a hurry. Not satisfied that ‘Oumuamua, as it’s been named, is just an odd asteroid, astronomers from Breakthrough Listen recently tuned their Green Bank telescope into the object to see if it’s an alien spaceship or some kind of probe. The preliminary results are now in and—brace yourself—it’s still a rock.
Scientists Link Hurricane Harvey’s Record Rainfall to Climate Change
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Two studies of the storm that overwhelmed Houston last summer say global warming made the rain much worse.
Trump directs NASA to send astronauts to the moon and then Mars
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The US space programme has a new focus on an old destination. President Trump has directed NASA to focus its efforts on crewed missions to the moon before Mars
Your Mood Depends on the Food You Eat, and What You Should Eat Changes as You Age
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Binghampton researchers report on how the foods we eat can affect our mental well being, and how our dietary needs change as we age.
Spy satellites are revealing Afghanistan?s lost empires
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U.S.-Afghan partnership identifies thousands of archaeological sites, a first step toward protecting them
Why we need to get better at critiquing psychiatric
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This piece is based on my talk to the UCL conference 'The Role of Diagnosis in Clinical Psychology'. It was aimed at an audience of clinical psychologists but should be of interest more widely. I've been a long-term critic of psychiatric diagnoses but I've become increasingly frustrated by the myths and over-generalisations that get repeated?
Electromagnetic water cloak eliminates drag and wake
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Researchers have developed a water cloaking concept based on electromagnetic forces that could eliminate an object's wake, greatly reducing its drag while simultaneously helping it avoid detection.
Is 'man flu' real? Medical science delivers comfort to helpless male snufflers
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An article in the British Medical Journal's tongue-in-cheek Christmas issue chronicles the many biological reasons that men may suffer more from colds and common respiratory infections than women.
Generating Green Energy in a Chilean Desert
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Chile is advancing in its goals for reliance on renewable energy, with South America’s first geothermal plant and a constellation of solar and wind farms.
Fasting may boost brainpower by giving neurons more energy
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Some people who fast regularly, like those following the 5:2 diet, feel mentally sharper. Now evidence in mice may explain how fasting boosts brainpower
Young female monkeys use deer as ?outlet for sexual frustration?
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Adolescent female Japanese macaques mount deer and rub on their backs, perhaps as a way to practise sexual behaviour before they are old enough to mate
Jupiter?s massive Great Red Spot is at least 350 kilometers deep
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NASA?s Juno spacecraft has measured the depth of Jupiter?s Great Red Spot for the first time.
Ecologists are gender-biased | ConservationBytes.com on WordPress.com
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I normally don't do this, but this is an extra-ordinary circumstance. As many of you are already aware, Franck Courchamp and I published a paper in Nature Ecology and Evolution on Monday that ranked high-profile ecology papers. I won't go into any details about the list here, because you can read the paper and the?
Orlando’s new signature food is … um, what?
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Orlando's new "signature" dish is honey nougat glace. Ever heard of it? Neither has Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell.
New planetarium seeks to put NJ science center on travel map
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New Jersey's Liberty Science Center in Jersey City is aiming to take visitors into space in what they are billing as the largest planetarium in the Western Hemisphere. The Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium in Jersey City, which opened Saturday, features a dome that is 89 feet (27...
NASA has discovered our solar system’s twin with 8 planets
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The Kepler telescope has revealed a new planet in a system like ours. It shares a star with 7 other planets, tying our record for most worlds in a solar system
Several hurt when bomb strapped to man explodes in NY subway
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
A man with a pipe bomb strapped to his body with Velcro and zip ties set off the device in the subway near Times Square Monday, injuring him and three others.
Holiday Miracle? Israeli Moon-Race Team Needs $7.5 Million by Dec. 20
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A private race to the moon with a $30 million prize will lose one of its five finalists, barring a holiday miracle.
Trump Announces That the Moon Is Astronauts’ Next Destination
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The presidential directive called for partnership with other nations and commercial companies but did not offer details about schedule or cost.
U.S., Russian, Japanese crew blasts off for space station
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A trio of U.S. and Japanese astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut blasted off from Kazakhstan on Sunday for a two-day trip to the International Space Station, a NASA TV broadcast showed.
Trump wants to send astronauts to the Moon on the way to Mars
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The Trump administration had previously signaled its intentions to send astronauts back to the Moon, but now that renewed space exploration objective is..
Jeff Bezos just launched a dummy called 'Mannequin Skywalker' into space and safely returned it to Earth
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Video and photos of Blue Origin's test launch on Tuesday show the New Shepard rocket launching, deploying its Crew Capsule 2.0, and safely landing.
In a tally of nerve cells in the outer wrinkles of the brain, a dog wins
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Among some carnivores, golden retrievers rate at the top for numbers of nerve cells, study finds.
45 Funny Star Wars Jokes and Comics
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
May the farce be with you! Here are 30 funny Star Wars comics, jokes and puns by Boys? Life readers that would even make Darth Vader laugh.
Zombie fungus infects fruit flies and turns them into slaves
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For the first time, a parasitic fungus has been spotted that manipulates the brains of fruit flies before they die, and might allow biologists to work out how they do it
Doug Jones' Win Breaks Alabama's Long Record Of Electing Climate Change Deniers
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The lesson to Democrats: Don’t shy away from climate change.
U.S. religion is increasingly polarized
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Organized religion in the United States increasingly belongs to fervent believers, a new study finds.