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Watch NASA launch the most powerful space telescope ever

The James Webb Space Telescope blasted off from French Guinea around 7:20 a.m. ET on Saturday. The NASA launch is decades in the making and should reveal the earliest galaxies in the universe. (Image credit: NASA)

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Success! The James Webb Space Telescope Has Launched

This is epic.

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New Scientist

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The James Webb Space Telescope is finally on its way into orbit

After numerous delays, the biggest space telescope ever has blasted off on Christmas Day, and will begin its science mission in mid 2022

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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Perfectly preserved dinosaur embryo found in China

Researchers say the fossil is at least 66 million years old and was about to hatch just like a chicken.

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NYT > Science

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A Box of Cash, a Secret Donor and a Big Lift for Some N.Y.C. Students

When a City College physics professor opened an ordinary box that had been sitting in the mailroom, he was startled by its contents.

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The Atlantic

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Biden Won Big With a Bad Hand

Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia is taking heat for sinking , at least for the moment, the Biden administration's Build Back Better Act. But before pointing fingers, Democrats should use those fingers to count votes. The past may cast some light on the politics of narrow majorities. Republicans had a bad election in 2000. They lost two seats in the House, reducing their majority in that chamb

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Spectacularly Rare, Enormous Eagle Shows Up in North America, 5,000 Miles From Home

A once-in-a-lifetime sighting.

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Futurism

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Elon Musk Says the Metaverse Sucks and Neuralink Will Be Better

In a new interview with conservative satire website The Babylon Bee , Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took a stab at the concept of the Metaverse, the quirky virtual world Facebook-now-known-as-Meta says will supplant our boring two-dimensional screens. "Am I like one of those people who was dismissing the internet [in] '95 as some fad or something that's never going to amount to anything?" Musk a

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Livescience.com

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Woolly mammoths survived on mainland North America until 5,000 years ago, DNA reveals

Ancient DNA reveals that woolly mammoths coexisted with humans in North America for 5,000 years longer than previously believed.

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The Atlantic

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The Mournful Heart of It's a Wonderful Life

It's a Wonderful Life is an odd candidate for the "heartwarming Christmas classic" category. The film's plot pivots around its main character's consideration of suicide. And the story of George Bailey, a family man beset by troubles both financial and existential, does not get notably Christmas-y until its final seconds. "I didn't even think of it as a Christmas story when I first ran across it,"

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Science | The Guardian

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World's oldest family tree revealed in 5,700-year-old Cotswolds tomb

DNA analysis of bodies in Hazleton North long cairn finds five generations of an extended family An analysis of DNA from a 5,700-year-old tomb has revealed the world's oldest family tree, shedding "extraordinary" light on the importance of family and descent among people who were some of Britain's first farmers. A research team has examined the bones and teeth of 35 people in one of Britain's bes

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Livescience.com

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'Garbage dump' discovered in ancient Egyptian tomb dedicated to fertility goddess

Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered a massive "garbage dump" at the Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor that is brimming with ancient offerings to a fertility goddess.

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NYT > Science

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Highlights From the James Webb Space Telescope's Long-Awaited Launch

In French Guiana, the most powerful space observatory ever built lifted off Christmas morning.

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Phys.org

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Geneticists' new research on ancient Britain contains insights on language, ancestry, kinship, milk

New research revealing a major migration to the island of Great Britain offers fresh insights into the languages spoken at the time, the ancestry of present-day England and Wales, and even ancient habits of dairy consumption.

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Science

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Israel plans to administer fourth dose of Covid vaccine

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Over-60s to be targeted as PM warns country on cusp of fifth wave of coronavirus infections

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Wired

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You Should Listen to CDs

If vinyl is for hipsters and streaming is for everyone else, maybe the forgotten format is for you.

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New Scientist

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Dogs notice when computer animations violate Newton's laws of physics

Dogs seem to understand the basic way objects should behave, and stare for longer if animated balls violate expectations by rolling away for no obvious reason

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Science | The Guardian

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Nasa launches $10bn James Webb space telescope

Successor to the Hubble telescope takes off on board rocket from ESA's launch base in French Guiana The most ambitious, costly robot probe ever built, the $10bn James Webb telescope, has been blasted into space on top of a giant European rocket. Engineers reported on Saturday that the observatory – which has been plagued by decades of delays and huge cost overruns – was operating perfectly after

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Phys.org

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Earth's first-known giant was as big as a sperm whale

The two-meter skull of a newly discovered species of giant ichthyosaur, the earliest known, is shedding new light on the marine reptiles' rapid growth into behemoths of the Dinosaurian oceans, and helping us better understand the journey of modern cetaceans (whales and dolphins) to becoming the largest animals to ever inhabit the Earth.

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Phys.org

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Researchers use electron microscope to turn nanotube into tiny transistor

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An international team of researchers have used a unique tool inserted into an electron microscope to create a transistor that's 25,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.

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Phys.org

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The largest-ever flying animal behaved like a giant heron

The largest-ever flying animal acted like a giant heron, plucking prey from the water and launching itself into the air.

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Science

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Omicron cases much less likely to need hospital stay, says England health body

UK health secretary says findings are 'promising' but cabinet is deadlocked on new restrictions

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Phys.org

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The earliest atmosphere on Mercury

Mercury is a most unusual planet. The smallest planet in the solar system, and the closest planet to the sun, it is in a 3:2 spin resonance, slowly turning and experiencing scorching heat up to 430 degrees Celsius, and the night side frigid, down to -170 degrees Celsius. Due to its much larger iron-rich core compared to Earth, it has the second-highest average density in the solar system, just 1.5

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Wired

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The James Webb Space Telescope Finally Prepares for Launch

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After decades of hard work and controversies, NASA scientists ready Hubble's massive successor for its mission to probe the distant universe.

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Science

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China locks down 13m to contain Covid outbreak ahead of Winter Olympics

Xi'an residents ordered to stay home in one of toughest clampdowns since virus emerged in Wuhan

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Phys.org

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Coating surfaces with a thin layer of copper has the potential to kill the virus causing COVID-19 faster

Researchers have discovered that using a thin-film coating of copper or copper compounds on surfaces could enhance copper's ability to inactivate or destroy the SARS-CoV-2 virus responsible for COVID-19.

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Scientific American Content

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Bad Weather Forces Delay in Launch of James Webb Space Telescope

The launch will now occur no earlier than Christmas Day — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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New Scientist

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At least 70 'rogue' planets spotted drifting in space without a star

Free-floating planets are hard to spot, but astronomers have bagged a large haul by looking for candidates in a nearby star-forming region

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New Scientist

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Bronze Age migration may have brought Celtic languages to Britain

Analysis of ancient DNA reveals a mass migration of people from what is now France to England and Wales between 1000 and 875 BC

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Biochemistry News – Chemistry News

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A protein-rich, plant-based emulsifier that could replace dairy and eggs in certain foods

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A team of scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a plant-based emulsifier that is not only rich in protein and antioxidants, but has the necessary properties to replace eggs or dairy in food staples such as mayonnaise, salad dressings, and whipped cream.

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Wired

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Antibodies Are Being Created to Fight Disease in New Ways

Targeting cancers and viruses, better knowledge of the human immune system is leading to new medicines.

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The Scientist RSS

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FDA Authorizes Pfizer's Paxlovid, First Oral Therapy for COVID-19

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Given within three days of symptom onset, the pill combination was nearly 90 percent effective at preventing high-risk patients from developing severe illness in a clinical study.

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Nature

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Large-scale migration into Britain during the Middle to Late Bronze Age

Nature, Published online: 22 December 2021; doi:10.1038/s41586-021-04287-4

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Nature

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Cancer risk across mammals

Nature, Published online: 22 December 2021; doi:10.1038/s41586-021-04224-5 An analysis of cancer mortality data for zoo mammals highlights marked differences across mammalian orders and an influence of diet, and shows that mortality risk is largely independent of body mass and life expectancy across species.

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Ingeniøren

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Professor: Mulig asbestforurening kan kræve ny VVM for den tredje Limfjordsforbindelse

PLUS. Vejdirektoratet er lodret uenig i, at nye oplysninger om en mulig asbestforurening fra eternitfabrik på linjeføringen bør lede til supplerende undersøgelser. Ifølge professor Peter Pagh strider det mod EU-reglerne.

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Ingeniøren

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Stærekasser i trafikken sænker hastigheden – særligt for de hurtigste biler

På de strækninger, hvor Vejdirektoratet har opsat stærekasser, er gennemsnitshastigheden faldet med 10 km/t.

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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Ancient mass migration transformed Britons' DNA

Scientists uncover evidence for a large-scale, prehistoric migration into Britain in the Bronze Age.

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NPR

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The FDA has authorized Merck's COVID pill for home use — the 2nd in 2 days

The medicine, called molnupiravir, is taken twice a day for five days and works by preventing the virus from replicating. Merck says it will have 10 million packs available by the end of the month. (Image credit: Merck & Co., Inc.)

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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FDA Just Approved The World's First Injectable Medication to Prevent HIV

This could be huge.

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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World's oldest family tree created using DNA

Scientists have created the world's oldest family tree from bones interred at a 5,700-year-old tomb.

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NPR

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Omicron will cause more infections but lower hospital rates, analysis shows

University of Washington research predicts the omicron wave will infect more than 400,000 people a day in the U.S. when it crests in about six weeks. (Image credit: Marta Lavandier/AP)

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Scientists Unearth a Ginormous Triassic Sea Monster That Once Roamed The 'Superocean'

Three times as long as a giraffe is tall.

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NYT > Science

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Omicron Infections Seem to Be Milder, Three Research Teams Report

The data offer a rare bit of good news. Still, hospitalizations are likely to increase simply because the variant is so contagious.

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The Atlantic

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Omicron Is the Beginning of the End

I t feels like everyone I know has COVID. During earlier stages of the pandemic, most of my friends were spared a direct brush with the virus. Perhaps they used to be much more careful. Or perhaps they were just lucky. Whatever the reason, their good fortune has now run out. Seven close friends recently told me they had tested positive. Several more strongly suspect they have COVID but are unable

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NYT > Science

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C.D.C. Shortens Covid Isolation Period for Health Care Workers

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The agency issued revised guidelines as Omicron cases climb and hospitals grapple with worker shortages that have left wards understaffed.

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Science | The Guardian

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Israeli PM announces fourth Covid jab for over-60s to tackle Omicron

Booster will also be available to medical teams and immunodeficient people four months after third dose Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Israel is set to become the first country in the world to offer a fourth dose of Covid-19 vaccines in an effort to protect against the Omicron variant. People over the age of 60 and healthcare workers will be eligible for a second bo

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Astronomers Detect Up to 170 Rogue Planets Hurtling Aimlessly Through Space

There could be billions out there.

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NYT > Science

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National Guard Takes On New Roles at Understaffed Nursing Homes

In Minnesota, an ambitious initiative is training hundreds of Guard members to become certified nursing assistants and relieve burned-out nursing home workers.

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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Mother seals recognise pup's voice at two days old

Elephant seal mums can distinguish their own offspring at just two days old, research shows.

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Science | The Guardian

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Omicron's cold-like symptoms mean UK guidance 'needs urgent update'

Lead scientist on Zoe Covid study says 'misinformation' in official messaging must be addressed to save lives Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The most widespread symptoms of the Omicron variant now match those of common colds, with calls for the government to update its public health messaging to include a wider number of likely Covid symptoms. The most common sympto

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Watch Live: The James Webb Space Telescope Is (Finally) About to Launch

It's a Christmas miracle!

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Scientists Just Identified a Brand New Muscle Layer in The Human Jaw

Hiding in plain sight.

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Futurism

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Scientists Claim to Entangle Entire Animal in Quantum State

A team of researchers from Europe and Asia claim to have quantum entangled frozen tardigrades, microscopic animals that are extremely hardy and can withstand practically any conditions or abuse. According to a new controversial preprint , the researchers managed the feat by placing frozen tardigrades between two capacitor plates of a superconductor circuit to form a qubit, the quantum equivalent

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Science | The Guardian

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'A moral issue to correct': the long tail of Elena Ceaușescu's fraudulent scientific work

Nicolae Ceaușescu's Romanian communist regime hailed his wife as an eminent chemistry researcher, though she had no genuine qualifications. But her name lives on in academic journals, and British institutions have yet to retract honours bestowed on her Romanian researchers have called on academic publishers to remove Elena Ceaușescu's name from almost two dozen scientific papers and books fraudul

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Shocking Fossil Reveals Car-Sized Millipedes Scuttled on Earth 326 Million Years Ago

We prefer the smaller ones.

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Science | The Guardian

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Nasa to launch newest space telescope on Christmas Day

The James Webb space telescope, considered the Hubble's successor, will stay on the ground an extra day due to high winds Dangerously high winds will keep Nasa's newest space telescope on the ground for at least an extra day, with the launch now targeted for Saturday – Christmas Day – at the earliest. Nasa announced the latest delay Tuesday. Upper-level high wind could force a rocket off-course o

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Stellar Video Shows Comet Leonard as It Zips by Earth For The 1st Time in 80,000 Years

And we'll never see it again.

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NYT > Science

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How to Watch the James Webb Space Telescope Launch

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Astronomers have been waiting eagerly for the beginning of the powerful space observatory's mission, and on Christmas morning they may finally get their wish.

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NPR

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4 of the biggest archeological advancements of 2021 — including one 'game changer'

We spoke to four archaeologists of different specialties, who told us what they thought were some of the most important developments in their field in 2021. (Image credit: Arqueoecologia Social Mediterrània Research Group/Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

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Futurism

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease Linked to Microplastics in Your Gut

Plastic Problem Scientists around the world have been ringing alarm bells about microplastics, tiny particles now found in pregnant people's bodies , in the deepest reaches of the Earth's oceans and unfortunately, your gut. For years it's been unclear how these tiny pollution particles affect human health, but continued research is starting to zero in on the consequences. Case in point, a new stu

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Tsunamis' Magnetic Fields Can Be Detected Before Sea Levels Change

This could save lives.

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NYT > Science

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3,000 Years Ago, Britain Got Half Its Genes From France, DNA Study Suggests

An extensive study of ancient DNA suggests that a wave of newcomers — and perhaps the first Celtic languages — crossed the English Channel three millenniums ago.

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NPR

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A brain circuit linking pain and breathing may offer a path to prevent opioid deaths

Opioids can kill because they reduce breathing along with pain. Now brain scientists have made a discovery that could lead to potent pain drugs that don't affect breathing. (Image credit: Salk Institute)

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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More Than 10,000 Studies Debunk Outdated Biological 'Explanation' For Male Success

Time to let it go.

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Livescience.com

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Why NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will orbit nearly 1 million miles from Earth

The $10 billion Webb is considerably bigger and more complex than the Hubble Space Telescope, and it will be going much farther afield as well.

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The Atlantic

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The Republican Axis Reversing the Rights Revolution

T he great divergence is rapidly expanding—and President Joe Biden's window to reverse it is narrowing. Since the 1960s, Congress and federal courts have acted mostly to strengthen the floor of basic civil rights available to citizens in all 50 states, a pattern visible on issues from the dismantling of Jim Crow racial segregation to the right to abortion to the authorization of same-sex marriage

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Alien Life Could Theoretically Survive Within Venus's Clouds, Scientists Say

Life on Venus?

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Futurism

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Man Hates His Tesla So Much He Blows It Up With 60 Pounds of Dynamite

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Big Bang Tesla owner Tuomas Katainen got so fed up with expensive repair costs, error messages and poor customer service that he blew up his 2013 Model S with 60 pounds of dynamite. A YouTube channel that regularly posts videos of large explosions shared footage of the Model S destruction late last week, and it clearly touched a nerve, racking up more than 2.3 million views. In the video, Kataine

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Livescience.com

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Scientists discover new part of the body

New Muscle Layer Jaw

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The newfound muscle layer sits within the masseter, a key muscle for chewing.

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Crows Are So Smart They Seem to Understand The Concept of Tool Value

Some tools are more important than others.

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The Atlantic

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Omicron Is Our Past Pandemic Mistakes on Fast-Forward

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With Omicron, everything is sped up. The new variant is spreading fast and far. At a time when Delta was already sprinting around the country, Omicron not only caught up but overtook it, jumping from an estimated 13 to 73 percent of U.S. cases in a single week . We have less time to make decisions and less room to course-correct when they are wrong. Whereas we had months to prepare for Delta in t

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Scientists Have Mapped The World's Oldest Known Family Tree, Dating Back 6,000 Years

A Neolithic grave containing five generations.

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Science | The Guardian

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NHS England to offer life-changing drug to children with peanut allergy

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Up to 600 children in the first year and 2,000 the year after will be among first in Europe to receive Palforzia treatment Children in the UK will be the first in Europe to receive a life-changing treatment for peanut allergies, after NHS England secured a deal for a drug that decreases the severity of symptoms including anaphylaxis. The oral treatment, Palforzia, will be available to up to 600 c

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Science | The Guardian

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Vulnerable children aged 5-11 to be offered Covid jabs

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Two weaker doses of Pfizer jab to be given, with some scientists calling for all in age group to be vaccinated • Covid vaccination for UK children: what has been approved? • Coronavirus – latest updates Hundreds of thousands of clinically vulnerable five- to 11-year-olds are to be offered Covid vaccines for the first time, with some scientists calling for the programme to be extended to the whole

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NYT > Science

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Hospitals Scramble as Antibody Treatments Fail Against Omicron

The single remaining monoclonal antibody therapy effective against the variant is now in short supply in the U.S., imperiling an option that doctors and hospitals have relied on.

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Scientists Identify a Previously Unknown Type of Storm, Called an 'Atmospheric Lake'

Storms, but not as we know them.

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Futurism

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New Tech Will Send Police Drones to Sites Where Guns Went Off

Drone Zone Police in Israel may soon have autonomous drones that fly to locations where gunshots are detected, according to a new press release from ShotSpotter . The US-based company already creates a controversial product that uses acoustic sensors to detect gun shots and alert police, and now it's teaming up with a company called Airobotics to create drones that respond to disturbances. "Airob

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Science | The Guardian

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The pandemic is a warning: we must take care of the earth, our only home | Bruno Latour

The climate crisis resembles a huge planetary lockdown, trapping humanity within an ever-deteriorating environment There is a moment when a never-ending crisis turns into a way of life. This seems to be the case with the pandemic . If so, it's wise to explore the permanent condition in which it has left us. One obvious lesson is that societies have to learn once again to live with pathogens, just

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Science | The Guardian

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Astronomers on tenterhooks as $10bn James Webb telescope set for lift off

Nasa's flagship mission counts down to launch at 1220 GMT on Christmas Day from Kourou, French Guiana Final checks and fuelling are under way for the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, a flagship mission for Nasa that aims to observe worlds beyond the solar system and the first stars and galaxies that lit up the cosmos. If all goes to plan, the $10bn (£7.4bn) observatory will become the la

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The Atlantic

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How Issa Rae Built the World of Insecure

S itting in a New York City hotel room with a plastic flute full of prosecco and strappy black Manolo Blahnik heels resting near her bare feet, Issa Rae looks like the kind of woman who would have petrified an earlier avatar of herself. If you remember J, the endearingly cringe-inducing protagonist of Rae's early-2010s YouTube series, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl , then you know she wa

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Some People in Greenland Metabolize Sugars Differently

We could learn a lot from this.

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Futurism

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Elon Musk Explains Why He is "Pro Doge," Not Bitcoin

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed today why he supports alternative cryptocurrency Dogecoin — and isn't a huge fan of Bitcoin. "My goal is to build stuff and make money and have fun," Dogecoin cofounder Billy Markus wrote in a tweet on Thursday. "I'm used to the corporate establishment and don't really see any meaningful break away from it — Bitcoin just gives power to new rich people." And that's pre

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NYT > Science

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Merck's Covid Pill Is Authorized by F.D.A. for High-Risk Adults

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The F.D.A. said the drug should be prescribed mainly when other treatments were "not accessible or clinically appropriate."

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Futurism

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The Wealthy Are Suddenly Hoarding Safe Rooms and Bulletproof Cars

Crime Wave A rising number of burglary and homicide cases in LA is causing rich celebrities to stockpile bulletproof cars, reenforce windows, add barbed wire to their fencing and even install safe rooms inside their homes, according to the Hollywood Reporter . The report found that private security firms have seen a massive uptick in business as they rush to handle the wealthy's requests for addi

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Livescience.com

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55-foot-long Triassic sea monster discovered in Nevada

The discovery of a semitrailer-size ichthyosaur from the early Triassic shows that these reptiles got big really fast, evolutionarily speaking.

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The Atlantic

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Joan Didion Was Our Bard of Disenchantment

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In 1988, Joan Didion joined a scrum of reporters on the tarmac of the San Diego airport to witness the writing of the first draft of history. The assembled journalists were trailing the Democratic presidential candidate Michael Dukakis. She was trailing the journalists. Didion watched as a baseball was procured, a staffer tossed the ball to the candidate, he tossed it back—and as the cameras duti

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NPR

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COVID sent last year's U.S. death rate soaring, especially among people of color

Americans' life expectancy declined by nearly two years in 2020 compared to the year before, primarily because of COVID-19. The drop in life expectancy was bigger for men, and for Blacks and Latinos. (Image credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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The Atlantic

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Modern America's Most Successful Secessionist Movement

Photographs by Jordan Gale I n the summer of 2015, a chimney sweep in Elgin, Oregon, redrew the map of the American West. "Imagine for a moment Idaho's western border stretching to the Pacific Ocean," Grant Darrow wrote in a letter to the editor of his local paper. Rural Oregon, he insisted, should break its ties with the urbanites of Portland and liberals of Salem, and join Idaho. "The political

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The Atlantic

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Charlottesville Was Only a Preview

T he roar was the first thing to reach Natalie Romero. "I just heard loudness, like thunder, as if the earth was growling," the University of Virginia student later testified. Hundreds of white supremacists were marching toward her, their low dog barks alternating with rhythmic war chants: "Jews will not replace us." "Blood and soil." "White lives matter." As she clutched a homemade protest banne

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Science & technology

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Omicron covid cases are less severe than Delta, new studies say

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But the number of infections may still overwhelm hospitals

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Futurism

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Turns Out Elon Musk Still Lives in a Giant Mansion, Not That Little Prefab Box

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Remember when Elon Musk said he was gonna sell all his property to live in a little box? Yeah, turns out that was a stretch, to say the least. As The Wall Street Journal reports , the SpaceX and Tesla CEO has quietly been living in a friend's waterfront estate in Austin that a few years ago was listed as the most expensive house in the Texas capitol — and has been mansion-hunting with multiple re

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Science | The Guardian

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Israeli archaeologists find treasure trove among Mediterranean shipwrecks

Hundreds of Roman and medieval coins and artefacts uncovered near ancient city of Caesarea Archaeologists in Israel have discovered the remnants of two shipwrecks off the Mediterranean coast, replete with a sunken trove of hundreds Roman and medieval silver coins. The finds made near the ancient city of Caesarea were dated to the Roman and Mamluk periods, about 1,700 and 600 years ago, archaeolog

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Science | The Guardian

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WHO boss: western countries' Covid booster drives likely to prolong pandemic

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says there will be enough vaccines for world's adults – if they are not hoarded Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The world will have enough doses of Covid vaccines early next year to inoculate all of the global adult population – if western countries do not hoard those vaccines to use in blanket booster programmes, the head of the World H

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Futurism

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Couple Gets Engaged at Site of Chernobyl Nuclear Meltdown

Nuclear Bond What could possibly be more romantic than getting engaged to be wed at the site of a nuclear disaster? It's bad enough that Chernobyl tourism took off after after the seminal 2019 HBO miniseries illustrated in dramatic splendor the worst nuclear disaster in history — but to seek out that particular backdrop for what's presumably is one of the happiest moments of one's life is… well,

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Study Finds Alarming Levels of Microplastics in The Feces of People With IBD

What does it mean?

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Quanta Magazine

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The Year in Physics

One of the first articles Quanta Magazine published in 2021 described a cosmic surprise: A long-puzzling smudge of X-ray light was not, as most believed, a nearby cloud of gas, the remnant of some long-ago stellar explosion. Instead, it was the edge of a truly enormous structure, a bubble that towered over our Milky Way galaxy. The revelation was the product of a unique space telescope that was..

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Futurism

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Twitch, Which Is Owned by Amazon, Bans Amazon Channel From Streaming

Nip Slips Twitch has banned an official Amazon Prime account from streaming — even though Amazon owns Twitch . Twitch didn't give any public reason as to why it suddenly banned Amazon Prime España, Amazon's official Spanish-language Prime Video channel — but it came after a joking nip slip incident on the "Esto es un Late" live show. Here's how it went down, according to Kotaku : Henar Alvarez, a

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Science | The Guardian

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Microplastics may be linked to inflammatory bowel disease, study finds

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People with IBD have 50% more microplastics in their faeces but more research needed to confirm connection People with inflammatory bowel disease have 50% more microplastics in their faeces, a study has revealed. Previous research has shown that microplastics can cause intestinal inflammation and other gut problems in laboratory animals, but the research is the first to investigate potential effe

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Science | The Guardian

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South African data suggests Omicron outbreak has caused less severe disease

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Scientists warn, however, that lower severity of cases is not fully understood and may not occur elsewhere Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage South Africa has reported data on Covid cases driven by the Omicron variant that appears to give added impetus to claims the country is experiencing a lower severity of disease. "In South Africa, this is the epidemiology: Omicron

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The Atlantic

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Is Omicron Milder?

Omicron Covid Delta

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Sign up for Derek's newsletter here . W hen Omicron appeared, scientists had three big questions. First, would Omicron be more transmissible than previous variants? Judging from the nearly vertical charts of case growth in South Africa, Europe, New York City, and just about every other place Omicron has made an unwelcome appearance, the answer is yes. This may be the most transmissible strain of

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NYT > Science

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Endangered Seal Found on Hawaii Beach Was Shot to Death

The shooting is the third deliberate seal killing of 2021 on the island of Molokai, investigators said. "Why would somebody do that?" one resident asked.

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Here's How Much Exercise Works Best For Controlling Your Blood Pressure

You can do this.

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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Europe spat will weaken research – science leaders

The government is urged not to abandon talks to let the UK take part in a €100bn EU research programme.

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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5 Out-of-This-World Telescope Photos of Space to Get You Excited For The JWST Launch

So. Pretty.

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New Scientist

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Covid-19 news: Booster omicron protection wanes within 10 weeks

The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic

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The Atlantic

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The Beloved Filipino Tradition That Started as a Government Policy

My mother and I spent an afternoon unfurling my lola's apartment a few days after she died, back in 2017. In her closet, my grandmother had stored a big cardboard box with an address in Manila written on the side in thick marker. Inside the box were neatly arranged cans of food, bags of rice, drugstore makeup, and clothes she had bought on sale. Some of the items were labeled with our relatives'

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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Climate change: Small army of volunteers keeping deniers off Wikipedia

A group of editors is working tirelessly to keep bad climate info off the user-generated encyclopaedia.

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New Scientist

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Prehistoric ichthyosaurs evolved rapidly to be as big as whales

A newly discovered fossil shows that within just 3 million years of their first appearance on Earth, ichthyosaurs had evolved into 17-metre-long giants

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Phys.org

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EXPLAINER: Veteran Hubble vs. new Webb space telescope

Don't ask astronomers to choose between the Hubble Space Telescope and the new kid on the cosmic block, the James Webb Space Telescope.

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Futurism

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Man With ALS Tweets Using Brain Implant That Translates Thoughts Into Text

Australian brain computer interface (BCI) company Synchron allowed a 62-year-old man with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) to turn his thoughts directly into tweets — using a device implanted in his brain. It's the first time somebody was able to write messages on social media directly through a BCI, the company claims — a symbolically significant moment for the technology that could open the

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The Atlantic

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The Things I Would Never Do

"MARIA MADE A LIST of things she would never do. She would never: walk through the Sands or Caesar's alone after midnight. She would never: ball at a party, do S-M unless she wanted to, borrow furs from Abe Lipsey, deal. She would never: carry a Yorkshire in Beverly Hills." I came across Play It as It Lays in my high-school library when I was 16, and I cut two or possibly three classes to read it

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Phys.org

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2021: A year physicists asked, 'What lies beyond the Standard Model?'

If you ask a physicist like me to explain how the world works, my lazy answer might be: "It follows the Standard Model."

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Livescience.com

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Solar storm may amp up northern lights before Christmas

A solar storm that erupted from the sun on Monday (Dec. 20) may boost northern lights displays around the north pole just ahead of Santa's trip this weekend.

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The Atlantic

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We're About to Lose Track of the Pandemic

As the Omicron variant sprints to dominance across the United States , the country's ability to track the resulting infections is about to evaporate. There are multiple reasons for this. The first is that the United States can't do enough tests. Where cases are rising quickly, demand has already outstripped testing capacity , leaving people standing in long lines, many in bad weather. CDC rules s

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NYT > Science

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'Koala Massacre': Australia Files Hundreds of Animal Cruelty Charges

A property owner and two companies in Australia were charged after a land-clearing operation left dozens of the marsupials dead, injured or starving.

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NYT > Science

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'Koala Massacre': Australia Files Hundreds of Charges After Land-Clearing Operation

A property owner and two companies in Australia were charged after a land-clearing operation left dozens of the marsupials dead, injured or starving.

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Futurism

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Physics Dept Gets Random Box Full of $180K in Untraceable $50s and $100s

A box full of untraceable cash sat collecting dust in the unused office of a New York City physics professor for the better part of a year, with the intended recipient none the wiser. As The New York Times reports , this story straight out of a Christmas movie actually happened to Vinod Menon, the chairs of the Physics Department at the City College of New York in Harlem. Because he'd been teachi

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NYT > Science

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Taylor Energy to Pay $43 Million for Longest-Running Oil Spill in U.S. History

Taylor Energy's undersea wells have been leaking into the Gulf of Mexico since 2004, when they were damaged by Hurricane Ivan.

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NYT > Science

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How the Building Industry Blocked Better Tornado Safeguards

Engineers know how to protect people from tornadoes like the ones that recently devastated parts of Kentucky, but builders have headed off efforts to toughen standards.

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NYT > Science

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F.D.A. Clears Pfizer's Covid Pill for High-Risk Patients 12 and Older

Pfizer Merck Covid

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The first-of-its-kind treatment, Paxlovid, has been found to be highly protective against severe illness. It could be available within a few days.

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New Scientist

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Meat-eating mammals are more susceptible to cancer than herbivores

Understanding why plant-eating mammals like antelopes and sheep are far less likely to die of cancer than carnivores may help protect us from cancer too

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New Scientist

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'Near impossible' plant-growing technique could revolutionise farming

Technique Cavendish

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For the first time, grafting has been made to work in monocots, a type of plant including oats, wheats and bananas – and it might improve disease tolerance among these important crops

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Livescience.com

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Scientists just reconstructed one of the oldest family trees ever charted

A Neolithic tomb in England holds the remains of five generations of family members descended from one man and four women, DNA analysis reveals.

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Phys.org

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A-list candidate for fault-free quantum computing delivers surprise

A Rice University-led study is forcing physicists to rethink superconductivity in uranium ditelluride, an A-list material in the worldwide race to create fault-tolerant quantum computers.

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Phys.org

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Ancient DNA reveals the world's oldest family tree

Analysis of ancient DNA from one of the best-preserved Neolithic tombs in Britain has revealed that most of the people buried there were from five continuous generations of a single extended family.

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Scientific American Content

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Citizen Militias in the U.S. Are Moving toward More Violent Extremism

In some members, a longing for "simpler" times is giving rise to deadly activities — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Discovery (uploads) on YouTube

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Two Canneries Forced to Shut Down | Deadliest Catch

Stream Full Episodes of Deadliest Catch: discovery+ ► https://www.discoveryplus.com/show/deadliest-catch Discovery ► https://go.discovery.com/tv-shows/deadliest-catch/ #DeadliestCatch #Discovery #CorneliaMarie Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Follow Us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@Discovery We're on Instagram! https://instagram.com/Discovery Join Us on Facebook: http

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Scientific American News

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Being Denied an Abortion Has Lasting Impacts on Health and Finances

A landmark study of women seeking abortions shows the harms of being unable to end an unwanted pregnancy — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Phys.org

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James Webb telescope: How it could uncover some of the universe's best-kept secrets

If everything goes according to plan on December 25, we will enter a new era of astronomy with the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). It's an event that has been anticipated for a decade—it will be the largest and most expensive and complex telescope ever built, tested and launched into space.

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Science | The Guardian

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UK Covid live: research into Omicron severity in England finds 'moderate reduction' in hospitalisation risk compared with Delta – as it happened

Latest updates: researchers at Imperial College London stress that reduction in severity must be balanced with larger risk of infection Number of new Covid cases in UK passes 100,000 for first time Covid self-isolation cut to seven days with negative test in England How has the pandemic changed in the UK in 2021? Coronavirus global updates – live Mark Drakeford , the Welsh first minister, is abou

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Scientific American Content

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Dark Matter May Be Missing from This Newfound Galaxy, Astronomers Say

A growing number of galaxies seem to be bereft of the mysterious substance, posing fresh challenges for some of cosmology's most cherished theories — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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NPR

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Why some astronomers once feared NASA's James Webb Space Telescope would never launch

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is waiting at its launch site, after years of repeated delays and cost overruns. At one point, the giant new observatory was threatened with cancellation. (Image credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)

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New Scientist

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Covid-19 was the third leading cause of death in the US in 2020

In the first year of the pandemic, covid-19 became one of the leading causes of death in the US. The country also had the biggest drop in life expectancy than any other

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Livescience.com

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Top 10 inventions that changed the world

From the wheel to the birth control pill, these 10 inventions had huge ramifications.

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NYT > Science

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Omicron Will Surge Despite Biden's New Plan, Scientists Say

Biden Omicron Plan

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Public health experts fear that the highly contagious variant cannot be stopped without harsh measures that the public will no longer tolerate.

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Science | The Guardian

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Steps taken to target Omicron with AstraZeneca jab, scientist says

Omicron Americans Covid

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Sandy Douglas, from Oxford University, says updated vaccine could 'respond to any new variant more rapidly' Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Oxford and AstraZeneca have taken "preliminary steps" to produce an updated version of their coronavirus vaccine to specifically target the Omicron variant, a scientist at the university has said. Sandy Douglas, a research group

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Phys.org

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Views of comet Leonard from two sun-watching spacecraft

When Comet Leonard, a mass of space dust, rock and ice about a half-mile (1 kilometer) wide, makes its closest pass of the Sun on Jan. 3, 2022, it will be a journey 40,000 years in the making. Ahead of its close pass, two Sun-observing spacecraft captured these views of the comet.

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Science

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Oxford and AstraZeneca developing Omicron-targeted version of vaccine

AstraZeneca Omicron

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Global health authorities have voiced concern that current jabs may afford less protection against variant

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Phys.org

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Scientists confirm evidence of a new class of galac­tic nebulae

For the first time, scientists⁠—starting from a discovery by scientific amateurs⁠—have succeeded in confirm evidence for a fully developed shell of a common-envelope system (CE), the phase of the common envelope of a binary star system.

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NPR

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Extra learning time is helping these students catch up from COVID interruptions

After school "learning hubs" are helping some high school students in North Carolina catch up on academic time lost due to COVID — and stay on track for graduation. (Image credit: Cornell Watson for NPR)

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Science | The Guardian

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K-pop star Suga tests positive for Covid after BTS return from US

Band's management says singer self-isolating at home and is not showing any symptoms Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Suga, songwriter and rapper for the K-pop sensation BTS, has tested positive for the coronavirus after returning from concerts in the US, the group's management has said. The 28-year-old, whose real name is Min Yoon-gi, was confirmed to have contracted

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Science | The Guardian

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Vallance hits back at Tory accusations of Omicron fear-mongering

Chief scientific adviser responds to criticism that Sage modelling has 'spread gloom' about Omicron variant Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The UK government's chief scientific adviser has hit back at accusations from Conservative MPs that epidemiological modellers had "spread gloom" about the Omicron variant. Sir Patrick Vallance said it was not the responsibility o

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New Scientist

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Covid-19 news: Omicron is dangerous despite lower hospitalisation risk

Omicron COVID Health

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The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic

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Wired

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Lab-Grown Embryo Research Is Poised to Transform Medicine

Embryo tUoB Cell RNA

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New advances in stem cell science could alleviate devastating early-life conditions. But this comes with a moral conundrum.

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NYT > Science

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What Does It Mean to Be 'Fully Vaccinated' Against Covid-19?

With all the uncertainty around the Omicron variant, vaccine guidelines are evolving.

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Viden | DR

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Især mødrene er pressede: Julestress går ud over hele familien

Det er umuligt at leve op til alle vores forventninger til julen, siger ekspert.

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Science | The Guardian

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UK Covid live news: Omicron studies hailed as 'good news' but UK still in 'danger zone', expert warns

Latest updates: studies suggesting that the Omicron variant is less severe than Delta prompts speculation that further restrictions could be avoided Risk of hospital stay 40% lower with Omicron than Delta, data suggests How reliable are lateral flow tests for Omicron and what are the rules? Coronavirus global updates – live Good morning. Tom Ambrose here. I'll be bringing you all the latest UK po

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Science | The Guardian

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Escape your comfort zone! How to face your fears – and improve your health, wealth and happiness

Is there something great you have always wanted to do, but fear has held you back? Make 2022 the year you go for it The "comfort zone" is a reliable place of retreat, especially in times of stress – living through a global pandemic, for instance. But psychologists have long ƒextolled the benefits of stepping outsideit, too. The clinical psychologist Roberta Babb advises regularly reviewing how we

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Phys.org

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New technique tunes into graphene nanoribbons' electronic potential

Ever since graphene—a thin carbon sheet just one-atom thick—was discovered more than 15 years ago, the wonder material became a workhorse in materials science research. From this body of work, other researchers learned that slicing graphene along the edge of its honeycomb lattice creates one-dimensional zigzag graphene strips or nanoribbons with exotic magnetic properties.

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Wired

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10 Not-So-Christmas Christmas Movies to Watch This Season

Christmas December

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We all need a break from dancing elves. Here are some unexpected, fun, and (mostly) family-friendly films to enjoy this holiday.

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Science | The Guardian

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Omicron is exploding – but scientists are better prepared than for any past variant | Manon Ragonnet-Cronin

We're making progress in the arms race against the virus, but work in the lab must be supported by public health measures It's beginning to feel a lot like last Christmas. Case numbers of a new Covid variant are exploding across the UK, and the prime minister is cautioning that restrictions may be called for . But while the threat of Omicron likely surpasses that of previous variants, our tools t

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Wired

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2022 Will Be a Big Year for Space Exploration

Missions to Mars, Jupiter, and—yes—Texas are all part of the next wave of space research previously delayed by Covid-19.

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NYT > Science

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Biden Administration Approves Two California Solar Projects

Biden Two California

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The solar farms, planned for the California desert, would generate enough electricity to power about 132,000 homes, the Interior Department said.

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The Atlantic

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The Wait Was Worth It

NASA Webb Telescope

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KOUROU, French Guiana—More than 25 years ago, the Next Generation Space Telescope was mostly a dream, an idea for a complex instrument meant to see farther than Hubble ever could, which no one had ever attempted to build. A few years ago, the dream was ready to be assembled into a real observatory—gold-covered mirrors, sensitive instruments, a sophisticated sun shield. A couple of months ago, tha

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NYT > Science

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Last Known Slave Ship, Clotilda, Is Remarkably Well Preserved, Researchers Say

DNA may be extracted from the Clotilda, which was sunk in the Mobile River in Alabama in 1860 after it arrived from West Africa carrying 110 enslaved people, researchers said.

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Science | The Guardian

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James Webb: world's most powerful telescope makes its first call to Australia on Christmas Day

The $13bn telescope, which replaces the Hubble, will allow us 'to see back to the beginning of time', astronomers say Follow our Australia news live blog for the latest updates Download the free Guardian app ; get our morning email briefing As the James Webb space telescope hurtles away from Earth at 38,000km/h, its first communication will be with Canberra. CSIRO's Canberra Deep Space Communicat

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Wired

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The World Is Messy. Idealizations Make the Physics Simple

Even ordinary actions, like tossing a tennis ball, can be extraordinarily complex to calculate. The trick is knowing what to leave out.

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The Atlantic

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The Constitutional Right We Have Bargained Away

The Bill of Rights exists to protect individuals. It protects the right to free speech, the right to due process, the right to counsel, and the right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment, just to name a few. If a government official tries to deprive an individual of one of those constitutional rights, then the courts are supposed to intervene. But that's not what happens when it comes to

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Viden | DR

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Kan ændre vores opfattelse af universet: Gigantisk og guldbelagt rumteleskop er endelig klar til affyring

James Webb-teleskopet skal udforske fjerne galakser og starte jagten på liv.

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Futurism

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Memers Rejoice and Troll as James Webb Space Telescope Allegedly Prepares For Liftoff

NASA Webb Telescope

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The world's newest space telescope, decades in the making, is supposedly going to take off on Christmas Day — and you best believe the internet has something to say about it. NASA announced yesterday that the uber-expensive James Webb Space Telescope — controversially named after the former NASA administrator who also helped purge gays from the State Department — should be cleared for liftoff on

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Futurism

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Scientist Invents Screen That Creates Flavors When You Lick It

Japanese Lickable Screen

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Taste the TV A professor in Japan has created a prototype TV screen that generates flavors when you lick it. The bizarre invention, dubbed "Taste the TV" (TTTV), allows you to taste whatever you're watching through a disposable hygienic film that covers a TV screen, Reuters reports . In other words, a special array of ten flavor canisters could allow your taste buds — not just your eyeballs — to

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Phys.org

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Scientists invent lead-free composite shielding material for neutrons and gamma-rays

Scientists Lead Free

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Dr. Huo Zhipeng and his student Zhao Sheng from the Hefei Institutes of physical science (HFIPS) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences recently developed a lead-free neutron and gamma ray composite shielding material that has high shielding properties and is environmentally friendly. Their results were published in Nuclear Materials and Energy.

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NYT > Science

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How to Catch a Polar Bear

First, spot the bear.

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Phys.org

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Five of the most exciting telescope pictures of the universe

The forthcoming launch of the James Webb Space Telescope offers unprecedented new opportunities for astronomers. It's also a timely opportunity to reflect on what previous generations of telescopes have shown us.

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Phys.org

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Hundreds of new pulsating variable stars detected

Using the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO), astronomers have detected more than 300 pulsating variable stars by observing the Milky Way's satellite galaxy Antlia 2 (or Ant 2 for short). The finding, reported in a paper published December 15 on arXiv.org, could improve our understanding of this galaxy and its surroundings.

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NYT > Science

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How NASA's Webb Telescope Overcame Loose Screws, Budgets and Clamps

Getting the James Webb Space Telescope to the launchpad has been a difficult journey that has taken decades.

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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US Life Expectancy Has Taken Its Sharpest Drop in More Than 75 Years

2020 was a rough year.

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Futurism

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Someone's Selling a NASA Space Telescope on Craigslist for $10 Million

On December 2, 1990, NASA's Space Shuttle Columbia launched from Cape Canaveral with a special payload on board: four different telescopes capable of peering at distant and unique astronomical targets. The four telescopes, three that detected ultraviolet rays one that observed X-rays, never made it back into space despite making 231 observations of 130 unique astronomical targets. While three of

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Livescience.com

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Darkness caused by dino-killing asteroid snuffed out life on Earth in 9 months

After an asteroid struck at the end of the Cretaceous period, debris from wildfires filled the atmosphere and blocked sunlight across Earth, causing ecosystem collapse and extinctions.

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Biology News – Evolution, Cell theory, Gene theory, Microbiology, Biotechnology

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Study offers new insights into the timeline of mammal evolution

A new study, published today in the journal Nature, has provided the most detailed timeline of mammal evolution to date.

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Phys.org

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Novel algorithm allows for efficient and accurate verification of quantum devices

Learning Quantum Devices

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Technologies that take advantage of novel quantum mechanical behaviors are likely to become commonplace in the near future. These may include devices that use quantum information as input and output data, which require careful verification due to inherent uncertainties. The verification is more challenging if the device is time dependent when the output depends on past inputs. For the first time,

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Biology News – Evolution, Cell theory, Gene theory, Microbiology, Biotechnology

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Dogs notice when computer animations violate laws of physics

A pair of researchers at the Medical University of Vienna and University of Vienna has found that dogs notice when objects in the world do not conform to the laws of physics. In their paper published in the journal Biology Letters, Christoph Völter and Ludwig Huber describe experiments they conducted with pet dogs looking at objects depicted on a computer screen.

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