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Cultivating Emotion Regulation and Mental Health

Susanne Schweizer is a neuroscientist investigating the development of emotional regulatory processes and their role in mental health across the life span — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Weekend reads: Retract papers, win major awards; “citation doping;” authorship abuse

Before we present this week’s Weekend Reads, a question: Do you enjoy our weekly roundup? If so, we could really use your help. Would you consider a tax-deductible donation to support Weekend Reads, and our daily work? Thanks in advance. The week at Retraction Watch featured a paper that used a mouse that doesn’t exist; the … Continue reading

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Space Photos of the Week: Cassini's Sojourn Around Saturn

Orbital images of the planet's iconic rings approach fine art.

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How Vikings Went Into a Trancelike Rage Before Battle

Ethnobotanists have a new theory on which plant the berserkers ingested.

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This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through September 21)

FUTURE Protesting Climate Change, Young People Take to Streets in a Global Strike Somini Sengupta | The New York Times “Anxious about their future on a hotter planet and angry at world leaders for failing to arrest the crisis, masses of young people poured into the streets on every continent on Friday for a day of global climate protests . ” ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Google’s Quantum Bet on the Fut

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Citizen Science in Australia: Spotlight on Michelle Neil

As the interviewer and the author of this post, I’ll reveal my bias now: meeting Michelle Neil, the secretary and social media moderator of the Australian Citizen Science Association, was a highlight of the Citizen Science Association’s conference for me. I’m an unabashed Michelle fan. She sat down with me this past March in Raleigh for a wide-ranging discussion of how she got into citizen science

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How to Quit Opioids

Dr. Ellen Hendriksen dives into the history of the epidemic and asks behavior coach Eric Zimmer for his most vital advice on addiction recovery — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Cultivating Emotion Regulation and Mental Health

Susanne Schweizer is a neuroscientist investigating the development of emotional regulatory processes and their role in mental health across the life span — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Gas Monkey's '52 Chevy Coupe Stock Car | Fast N' Loud

Richard Rawlings and the Gas Monkeys conjure the ghosts of NASCAR past as they show off their '52 Chevy stock car tribute build. Stream Full Episodes of Fast N' Loud: https://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/fast-n-loud/ Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FastNLoudTV https://twitter.com/Discovery Join Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.c

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Tackling cardiovascular deaths requires urgent action in children

Encouraging activity and improving diet in children is crucial to cut deaths from cardiovascular disease — and is the focus of an innovative school project in São Paulo, Brazil. The first results are presented today at the Brazilian Congress of Cardiology (SBC 2019).

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The Sweetly Subversive Marriage at the Core of Schitt’s Creek

Moira Rose, the grandiloquent matriarch of Schitt’s Creek , has suffered plenty of indignities since her formerly wealthy family was forced to relocate to the rural town they’d once purchased as a joke. Over the show’s first four seasons, the onetime patrician, played by Catherine O’Hara, lost her friends, her acting prestige, and a handful of her beloved wigs. Still, it was a misunderstanding in

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Scott Morrison to unveil $150m support for Trump's mission to Mars

PM says five-year commitment designed to make Australia ‘partner of choice’ to support expeditions to moon and Mars Scott Morrison has used a visit to Nasa on Saturday local time to unveil a $150m investment in Australian businesses and new technology to support the American space agency launch expeditions to the moon and to Mars. The Australian prime minister on his second day in the American ca

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Ugens debat: Ørsted sælger Radius

Ørsted har i denne uge underskrevet en aftale om at frasælge sin danske eldistributionsforretning (Radius) samt sin privatkunde- og udendørsbelysningsforretning til Seas-NVE for 21,3 mia. kr. på kontant og gældfri basis. Læserne på ing.dk diskuterede blandt andet, hvor Seas-NVE fik midlerne fra…

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WeWork's Wi-Fi Is Woefully Insecure

The Saudi oil strike, a license plate privacy disaster, and more of the week's top security news.

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'The Dark Crystal' Prequel Is 'Game of Thrones' With Puppets

Netflix’s 10-episode series is very, very impressive and has at least one Muppet-phobic freaked out.

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Extreme-Risk Laws Reduce Gun Violence

Opinion: Red Flag laws help prevent suicides and mass shootings, and buy time for people in crisis to get help.

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Lunar Geology in 1969; Heaven "Located" in 1869

Innovation and discovery as chronicled in Scientific American — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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To Feed a Hot Planet, They’re Making More Efficient Plants

Australian scientists are part of a worldwide effort to boost agricultural output to meet the growing global food demand.

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Is the New Meat Any Better Than the Old Meat?

The Impossible Whopper and other plant-based burgers are a hit. But are they an improvement for you and the planet?

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In a Race Against Warming, Growers Try to Outsmart Climate Change

From California to Costa Rica and beyond, farmers are experimenting with new crops and growing tactics.

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The Future of Wine: Very, Very Dry

Scientists are testing techniques for growing vines in a hot, parched future.

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Where’s the Waste? A ‘Circular’ Food Economy Could Combat Climate Change

An ice company’s wastewater can feed a produce garden. Spent grain from a brewery goes to compost. Local, shared, recycled. Welcome to the future of food.

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You Might Not Want to Eat Bugs. But Would You Eat Meat That Ate Bugs?

Companies across the globe are banking on it.

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One of Our Main Construction Materials Spews Out CO2, But Engineers Might Have a Fix

It's currently the world's third largest carbon emitter.

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How much Lyft & Uber driver really pay to Lyft & Uber

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"Automation temporarily diminishes the supply in the jobs market, but new jobs are always being created."

The Luddite philosophy has been debunked and discredited as or economy has continued to evolve in the wake of automation, and nowadays people are saying that the newest wave of automation will replace more jobs than ever and at an unprecedented rate, and that we need to quickly evolve into an economy to soften the impact of the most recent industrial revolution. Which is true–but we assume that

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Why Do Babies Lose Their Hair?

Whether your baby has a thick mop of hair or just a few strands, most of it will fall out before she's six months old.

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Where Do Black Holes Lead?

If you could journey through the cosmos' most monstrous objects, what tales — if any — would you be able to tell?

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Night in national park 'for every schoolchild'

Independent review suggests new ideas to "re-ignite" England's protected landscapes.

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A Simple Way to Make It Harder for Mobile Ads to Track You

Beating back the scourge of online ad tracking entirely is almost impossible. But you can futz with your smartphone's "ad ID" to slow it down.

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If This Isn’t Impeachable, Nothing Is

The president of the United States reportedly sought the help of a foreign government against an American citizen who might challenge him for his office. This is the single most important revelation in a scoop by The Wall Street Journal , and if it is true, then President Donald Trump should be impeached and removed from office immediately. Until now, there was room for reasonable disagreement ov

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The Milky Way Has Giant Bubbles at Its Center

Farhad Yusef-Zadeh was observing the center of the Milky Way galaxy in radio waves, looking for the presence of faint stars, when he saw it: a spindly structure giving off its own radio emissions. The filament-like feature was probably a glitch in the telescope, or something clouding the field of view, he decided. It shouldn’t be here , he thought, and stripped it out of his data. But the mystery

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Downton Abbey film director Michael Engler – the best idea in the room

Like too many of us, I hated history classes throughout my school career, and only realized as an adult that there are few things more interesting to ponder than the ways people lived and thought in different times and places than my own. After all, we're all stuck in our own time, limited by our culture, consciousness, and whatever knowledge we may possess of what came before. Maybe that explain

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Why Do Babies Lose Their Hair?

Whether your baby has a thick mop of hair or just a few strands, most of it will fall out before she's six months old.

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Garmin 6S Pro Review: A Sports Party for Your Wrist

Garmin's latest multisport watch is a bonanza of wrist-based navigation, data-tracking, and battery-saving features.

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Hackers Hit Click2Gov Bill-Paying Portals in 8 Cities

The new wave of attacks comes after a previous Click2Gov hack compromised 300,000 payment cards.

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Hawaii Wants to Lead the Renewable Revolution

The state has positioned itself as a pioneer in the quest for a fossil fuel-free future, but there are plenty of obstacles in the way — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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The Problem With the Whistle-Blower System

“I don’t think that [Edward] Snowden was a patriot,” Barack Obama said in 2013 after the former NSA contractor leaked revelations of mass surveillance to a small group of journalists. Obama’s argument then—one that has been made many times since—was that Snowden had legal channels available to him to address his concerns, which would have protected the classified information in his leaks and, by

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Creamy, untreated and in a glass bottle: Britain’s taste for old-fashioned milk

Dairy farmers cash in on a growing trend to replace both homogenisation and plastic with a revival of the traditional ways “When the milk price crashed five years ago, we were in a bad way,” says Bryce Cunningham, a third-generation farmer running Mossgiel farm in Ayrshire. “Fifty, sixty years ago, you could make a living on a dairy farm; now you’re expected to just survive. So I thought, ‘If we

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Amazon and the All-Electric Future of Fleet Vehicles

Fleets, like the 100,000 delivery vans the retailer ordered from startup Rivian, will make electrics more commonplace and easier to charge.

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It's a Great Time to Buy a Kindle (and 10 More Tech Deals)

Amazon is clearing out Kindles, and there are some deep discounts on some iPhone alternatives this weekend.

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Apple Arcade Makes You Ask, What Is a Videogame Worth?

The curated ecosystem can be great for creators, but it alters the perceived value of certain titles.

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Which excuses to skip a workout are valid, according to an expert

Whether it's hitting up SoulCycle or taking a run in the park, exercise is key to stress management, good sleep, happiness, productivity — and above all, health. But when should you push yourself the hardest, and when should you take a break? Which excuses to skip a workout are valid, and which aren't? It's important to distinguish between "overreaching" and "overtraining," Jimmy Bagley, Ph.D., a

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The market has spoken: Coal is dying

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Her skal leverandørerne skrive under på, at byggematerialerne bliver genbrugt

PLUS. Miljøbyggeri vækker opsigt – bygherren sparer millioner på unik aftale.

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Why I Cover Campus Controversies

Each fall semester, America’s long-running debate about campus politics begins again. And I’ll take part this year as I have in years past, especially when the debate concerns matters of free speech. Critics say my energies are misplaced. There is no free speech-crisis on campus, they insist––and I agree. A crisis is a discrete period of anomalous trouble or danger. As I see it, free speech is pe

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Spain’s Attempt to Atone for a 500-Year-Old Sin

The clock is ticking down on one of the world’s most unusual immigration proposals—Spain’s offer of citizenship to Jews whose families it expelled more than 500 years ago. In 1492, the year Christopher Columbus set sail, Spain’s Edict of Expulsion gave Jews a stark choice: Convert, depart, or die. At the time, Spain’s Jewish community was one of the largest in the world, though their numbers had

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How does stress affect a child’s development and academic potential?

The majority of growth of the human brain happens after birth. While unrelenting stress can damage developing structures of the limbic system, calibrated challenge can positively stimulate brain growth. Teachers have an important role in assuring students of their safety when taking on new challenges. This video is supported by yes. every kid. , an initiative that aims to rethink education from t

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Weatherwatch: the superbolt lightning season is approaching

Recent research shows that superbolt lightning breaks the patterns associated with conventional lightning Summer is often a time for spectacular lightning, but a new study reveals that the most powerful lightning bolts strike during northern hemisphere winter. Unlike conventional lightning, “superbolts” are most common over water with hotspots over the Mediterranean and north-east Atlantic. The W

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Sydney Is for the Birds. The Bigger and Bolder, the Better.

Australia’s largest city has a rare superpower: It turns urbanites into bird people, and birds into urbanites. Interacting with the huge avian population is a daily adventure and (mostly) a delight.

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Herculean task ahead to shield New York from rising waters

New York is bracing for the rising sea levels that climate change will bring, and preparations have already begun—but the long-term costs of adapting to a warmer, wetter world are expected to be astronomical.

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'Millions' protest in youth-led global climate strike

Masses of children skipped school to join a global strike against climate change that teen activist Greta Thunberg said was "only the beginning," ahead of a UN youth summit she will participate in Saturday.

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Google Says It's Achieved Quantum Supremacy – a World-First

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AI and robotics are the future. The problems of human greed would be nearly eliminated if and when we, as a global society, begin to optimize production and industry through robotic labor overseen by AI.

A month ago I had a nice little convo with u/CharlieAI , and I got to thinking about the ways we humans could sorta evolve beyond our greed, hate, and fear by leaning heavily on AI for our governance, and robotics for our production, etc. What do you guys think? Right now, humanity is pretty big on profit margins, to the extent that the majority suffer to support a wealthy few…. To the extent t

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Prominent German neuroscientist committed misconduct in ‘brain-reading’ research

Nature, Published online: 21 September 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-02862-4 German funding agency imposes strict sanctions on Niels Birbaumer, whose studies it says contained incomplete data — but Birbaumer stands by his results.

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Automobiludstilling i Berlin præsenterer den svømmende vogn

Trippel-Werke har en meget interessant nyhed på Den internationale Automobiludstilling i Berlin 1939, nemlig den svømmende bil, som kører 70-80 km/h på land og svømmer 7-8 knob i vand. Den findes også i en pansret udgave, som ikke eksporteres.

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Forskere underviser sundhedsplejersker i at opdage mistrivsel hos babyer

Forskere fra Center fra Tidlig indsats og Familieforskning underviser sundhedsplejersker fra kommuner…

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Australia has a huge shortage of the medical isotope needed for scans

Australia is facing possibly its worst ever shortage of medical isotopes. These are used in diagnostics, meaning 10,000 people or more may miss out on vital diagnostic scans

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UK academics are stockpiling lab equipment in case of a no-deal Brexit

The threat of a no-deal Brexit is causing staff at several universities in the UK to stockpile scientific equipment, including protective gloves and fly food

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Forsker overrasket: Lig bevæger sig i graven mere end et år efter døden

Liget er blevet filmet hver halve time i mere end 16 måneder.

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Vattnet i Östersjön har blivit varmare

Temperaturen i Östersjön stiger och det kan få organiskt material på havsbotten att släppa ut ännu mer växthusgaser, visar en ny studie.

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Ny studie: Grön tillväxt är inte möjlig i stor skala

De senaste tio åren har grön tillväxt varit en av politikernas önskeåtgärder för att minska världens utsläpp av växthusgaser. FN, Världsbanken och OECD stödjer alla flitigt idén om grön tillväxt. Men ny forskning säger att det inte fungerar.

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”Större delen av mänskligheten vill ha konsumtion”

Thomas Sterner, professor i miljöekonomi vid Göteborgs universitet, svarar på kritiken som framförs i nya studier om grön tillväxt.

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Mind the Gap Between Science and Religion – Facts So Romantic

Scientists should respect the limits of their discipline. Photo illustration by Triff / Shutterstock Have you heard that we may be living in a computer simulation? Or that our universe is only one of infinitely many parallel worlds in which you live every possible variation of your life? Or that the laws of nature derive from a beautiful, higher-dimensional theory that is super-symmetric and expl

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Google reportedly attains quantum supremacy

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Google researchers have reportedly achieved “quantum supremacy”

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No, Women Can't Multitask Either

Recent research finds zero support for the stereotype that they do so better than men — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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We’re Now in the Hot Zone for Impeachment

Few Democratic leaders have seemed less eager to impeach President Donald Trump than House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. She’s warned that the public doesn’t want it and the Senate would never go for it. But a rolling series of disclosures may force her to recalculate the politics. A report in The Wall Street Journal today, quickly confirmed by other major outlets, introduced an explosive new twist to a

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A facial recognition ban is coming to the US, says an AI policy advisor

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Google reportedly attains 'quantum supremacy'

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Confirmed: Some dinosaurs did nest in colonies

Normal geological evidence isn't precise enough to confirm paleontologists' suspicions. The new fossils find is covered by a fine veneer of red sand deposited in a single season. Scientists can infer whose eggs they were. None Paleontologists suspected that some dinosaurs nested in colonies, but it was impossible to know for sure. Yes, they'd often found what appeared to be groups of fossilized e

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To Save the Planet From Climate Change, Students Take to the Streets

Students around the world were on the march, calling on global leaders to take meaningful action to curb human activity driving catastrophic climate change.

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The photographer capturing mankind's impact on planet Earth

Photographer Edward Burtynsky explains his 40-year quest for striking images of our impact on the planet.

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New vaccine prevents herpes in mice, guinea pigs

A novel vaccine protected almost all mice and guinea pigs exposed to a new herpes virus. This may lead to the vaccine being tested in human studies.

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Climate change study finds that maple syrup season may come earlier

Once winter nights dip below freezing and the days warm up above freezing sap begins to flow in sugar maples marking the start of the syrup season. With climate change, daily temperatures are on the rise, which affects sap flow and sugar content. By 2100, the maple syrup season in eastern North America may be one month earlier than it was during 1950 and 2017, according to a new study.

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5 indoor garden kits for any space

Plant kits for small spaces. (Carolyn V via Unsplash/) Making something grow from a tiny seed can feel like having a superpower, especially if you live in an apartment where the only green you see on a daily basis is the color of your bath towels. What's more, with these easy garden kits, you don’t have to worry about letting anyone down. Believe that you've got what it takes to come home to spik

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A Developer Deletes His Code to Protest Its Use by ICE

Seth Vargo removed a tool used by customers of his former employer, Chef. The company quickly restored it, because the software is open source.

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'Inside Bill's Brain' Calls BS on Malcolm Gladwell's 'Outliers' Theory

The author and pundit claimed he knew the formula for the Microsoft cofounder's genius. Davis Guggenheim's Netflix doc shows a much more logical equation.

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Daily rainfall over Sumatra linked to larger atmospheric phenomenon

Atmospheric scientists reveal details of the connection between a larger atmospheric phenomenon, termed the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO), and the daily patterns of rainfall in the Maritime Continent.

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Leukemia drug shows promise for treating a childhood brain cancer

Researchers describe a new use of leukemia drug, nilotinib, to treat a subtype of medulloblastoma, a deadly pediatric brain cancer.

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The Area 51 Raid Was the Worst Way to Spot an Alien or UFO

Dozens of revelers gathered near the top-secret base, purportedly hoping to glimpse some extraterrestrial life—but all they got were memes and selfies.

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The Atlantic Politics Daily: Trump at the Modi-eo

We’re trying something new with The Atlantic ’s signature politics newsletter. Comments or questions? Send us an email anytime. Were you forwarded this email? Sign yourself up here. We appreciate your continued support for our journalism. Today in Politics India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi hugs President Donald Trump after giving a joint statement from the Rose Garden on June 26, 2017. (Kevin

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Short Sleeper 'Syndrome': When You Can Get By on Just a Few Hours of Sleep

A small segment of the population are born with superhuman sleep needs. They're called natural short sleepers, and they wake up refreshed and wide awake on very little sleep. And these individuals share a few other quirks, too. (Credit: Shutterstock) What do Donald Trump, Elon Musk, and Martha Stewart have in common? They’re part of the one percent. No, not that one percent. Instead, we’re referri

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How Old Are Saturn's Rings?

A recently captured view of Saturn’s rings shows them glowing brightly on June 20, 2019. Hubble took this stunning shot as part of the Outer Planets Atmospheres Legacy (OPAL) project. (Credit: NASA, ESA, A. Simon (GSFC), M.H. Wong (University of California, Berkeley) and the OPAL Team) Saturn’s rings are one of the most striking celestial features in our solar system. The Pioneer and Voyager probe

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Mouse study sheds new light on fat formation

A recent study in mice has found a new biological mechanism that regulates the formation and accumulation of white fat tissue, a key factor in obesity.

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Everything we know about the outbreak of mysterious vaping-related diseases

The CDC's warning to abstain from vaping also serves as a reminder that as innocent as vaping is often marketed, it’s not good for your health. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Erica Crossen/) After eight deaths related to a mysterious lung illness linked to vaping that has also sickened more than 500 people across the United States and more in other countries, the CDC is everyone abstai

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Three classic skateboards for beginners

Pick your first board wisely. (Shawn Henry via Unsplash/) You don't need to be Tony Hawke to enjoy skateboarding, and you don't need to be a tween to have a ton of fun getting started. If you're at all self-conscious, you may feel better knowing you can get some great gear without stepping into a skate shop. In fact, you can find classic boards in just a few clicks, many with sturdy hardware, chi

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Why It Matters That YouTube Changed Its Verification System

For creators, the move is just another example of a giant corporation forcing its whims and experiments on their work.

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Last week in tech: iOS 13, Facebook's new gadgets, and a weird video game about a goose

It’s Friday afternoon (or later) and you’ve been standing in line at the Apple store for hours waiting for your new iPhone. Or has it been days? Weeks, even? Time has lost all meaning and you can’t even entertain yourself by playing games on the display iPads because that annoying, sick-looking kid went around touching all of them. Have no fear, however. There was a lot going on in the world of t

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The best practice amplifiers for home and travel

You don't need a giant, heavy piece of equipment to enjoy plucking on your guitar in your apartment. (Conor Samuel via Unsplash/) For those who are passionate about music and don’t ever keep a guitar further than an arm’s length away, half of the fun comes from being able to plug in and play when inspiration strikes. While there’s no rule against practicing guitar through a legendary four-speaker

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Grad student unions dealt blow as proposed new rule says students aren’t ‘employees’

The rule, if implemented, would hinder grad student unionization efforts at private U.S. universities

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Hurricane Lorena makes landfall at Mexico's Los Cabos resort (Update)

Lorena made landfall Friday as a Category 1 hurricane, lashing the turquoise waters of popular beach destination Los Cabos on Mexico's Baja California peninsula.

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Daily rainfall over Sumatra linked to larger atmospheric phenomenon

Around the globe, communities are concerned with rain and storms. An area known as the "Maritime Continent," which includes major islands such as Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Papua New Guinea, along with a galaxy of smaller islands, experiences significant rainfall including periodic monsoonal rain, and flash flooding.

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Lab develops novel approach to study sound recognition in acoustically orienting animals

If you wander outside on these late summer nights, you might hear the din of calling songs from field crickets. Male crickets produce these songs to attract their mates—but they may also draw the attention of acoustically orienting parasitiod flies. The fly Ormia ochracea has evolved directionally sensitive ears to eavesdrop on the communication signals of field crickets. Crickets that are parasit

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Study: Many Tennesseans are misinformed about tornado protection

More people die during tornadoes in the Southeast than anywhere else in the United States. And still, a lot of people have misconceptions about their risk of being impacted by tornadoes, according to a new study published in PLOS One by researchers at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

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Lab develops novel approach to study sound recognition in acoustically orienting animals

If you wander outside on these late summer nights, you might hear the din of calling songs from field crickets. Male crickets produce these songs to attract their mates—but they may also draw the attention of acoustically orienting parasitiod flies. The fly Ormia ochracea has evolved directionally sensitive ears to eavesdrop on the communication signals of field crickets. Crickets that are parasit

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Climate change study finds that maple syrup season may come earlier

Once winter nights dip below freezing and the days warm up above freezing sap begins to flow in sugar maples marking the start of the syrup season. U.S. maple syrup production is a global industry, which has been increasing by nearly 10 percent per year over the past decade according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service 2017. With climate change, daily temperatures are on the ris

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Image of the Day: Climate Strike

Environmental activists of all ages took to the streets in cities across the globe.

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‘Nerd,’ ‘Nonsmoker,’ ‘Wrongdoer’: How Might A.I. Label You?

ImageNet Roulette, a digital art project and viral selfie app, exposes how biases have crept into the artificial-intelligence technologies changing our lives.

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The 'Spanish Stonehenge' Is Above Water for the First Time in 50 Years

The Dolmen of Guadalperal is considered the 'Spanish Stonehenge,' and usually sits at the bottom of a manmade lake. Now, following devastating droughts, the monument is on view for the first time in 50 years.

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