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2020 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #11

A chronological listing of news articles linked to on the Skeptical Science Facebook Page during the past week, i.e., Sun, Mar 8, 2020 through Sat, Mar 14, 2020 Editor's Pick 'Coronavirus Isn't Stopping Us!': Youth Activists Adapt to Global Pandemic With Digital #ClimateStrikeOnline "In the face of a crisis we act according to science and fact." "In a crisis," said climate activist Greta Thunberg

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The Coronavirus and Right-Wing Postmodernism

Does right-wing skepticism toward the coronavirus have anything to do with the postmodern philosophy of Thomas Kuhn? — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Could Video Games and Other Entertainment Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19?

It's not as crazy as it might sound — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Alle regioner har nu corona-jobbank klar

Alle fem regioner opfordrer nu bl.a. pensionerede læger, medicinstuderende til at melde sig til coronaberedskab. Se hvordan her:

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Around the World, People Are Grocery Shopping in Hazmat Suits

In a grim new trend, people around the world are wearing hazmat suits in public — an apparent bid to avoid catching the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes the sometimes-deadly disease COVID-19. A UK newspaper spotted one shopper pushing a cart in full hazmat gear and what appeared to be a gas mask in Somerset, England. A second individual, it reported, was seen walking the streets of Bath with

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»Vi bør tage pandemier meget mere seriøst i Danmark«

PLUS. INTERVIEW: Lone Simonsen er epidemiolog og hjemvendt efter mange år i udlandet for at styrke forskningen i epidemier i Danmark. Her fortæller hun, hvad man kan lære af fortidens pandemier.

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Coronavirus: Seven Ways Collective Intelligence Is Tackling the Pandemic

Tackling the emergence of a new global pandemic is a complex task. But collective intelligence is now being used around the world by communities and governments to respond. At its simplest, collective intelligence is the enhanced capacity created when distributed groups of people work together, often with the help of technology, to mobilize more information, ideas, and insights to solve a problem

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Seattle's small businesses try to survive coronavirus outbreak

City is a US test case on whether shops can keep doors open despite social distancing

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North Korean women and children escape coronavirus lockdown

Rescue efforts accelerated after Chinese authorities step up security checks

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UK to ask over-70s to self-isolate for up to four months

Health secretary calls on manufacturers to produce more ventilators

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Saudi Aramco slashes spending as oil price war rages

Capital expenditure expected to fall 23% at state energy company

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Germany to seal off borders to fight coronavirus

Volte-face by Merkel government needed 'to fight chains of infection'

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EU to curb exports of coronavirus protective gear

European Commission chief warns against disruption from border closures

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White House coronavirus expert warns US 'could get as bad as Italy'

Number of cases jumps while travel ban causes chaos at airports across country

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Millions confined to homes after Spain and France impose lockdowns

Measures mean 174m people in Europe face restrictions on movement in their own countries

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Johnson calls on business to help tackle ventilator crisis

Prime minister will ask manufacturers to address shortage of vital kit

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UK supermarkets call for end to panic buying

Retailers warn stores and online deliveries are already running at maximum capacity

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Carluccio's seeks three-month coronavirus rent holiday

Restaurant chain chief fears closures unless sector offered relief

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Korean Air faces crisis as coronavirus worsens debt woes

Investor warns national carrier risks 'falling off cliff' over financial problems

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Scientists warn Britain to step up coronavirus testing

Government urged to follow WHO advice and conduct widespread tracing and social distancing

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Stocks of hand sanitiser ingredient run low in Europe

Products vital to combat coronavirus could become more expensive and scarce

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Airlines step up calls for emergency state aid

EU officials working on measures to help aviation sector cope with coronavirus pandemic

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Global private tutoring booms as virus shuts schools

Wealthy parents offer huge fees to 'supertutors' to help children with exam preparation

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Global recession already here, say top economists

Coronavirus a 'wicked cocktail' for growth, according to former IMF chiefs

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Berlin acts to stop US poaching German coronavirus vaccine company

Concern that Washington may seek monopoly on any breakthrough in fight against disease

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This is not 'panic', it is a reasonable response to a crisis

I am a scientist called on to give advice at times like these. This week it became personal

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Johnson set to ramp up UK response to coronavirus

Unease starts to show in Number 10 as measured approach loses public, political and scientific support

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China's poorest pay the price of coronavirus outbreak

Marginalised families face pressure of travel and job restrictions as income streams dwindle

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How coronavirus became a corporate credit run

Central bankers are going to have to keep the money taps on

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Virus fears slash turnout in French local polls

Doubts persist over March 22 second round as death toll rises

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Covid-19: The science of uncertainty can help us make better choices

As the coronavirus outbreak continues, why do some people stockpile and others shrug? The psychology of uncertainty explains what's going on, says Rachel McCloy

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Coronavirus Travel Restrictions, Across the Globe

Nations across the world have imposed travel restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Here, the current list of countries limiting entry.

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Live Coronavirus Updates Globally

A top U.S. health official urges personal sacrifices to avert a 'worst-case scenario.' Italy's cases and deaths jump.

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Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Airport Screenings Cause Chaos; Vatican's Easter Week Will Be Closed to Public

Passengers on U.S. flights from Europe are waiting hours to go through enhanced health screening.

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Coronavirus Travel Restrictions and Bans Globally: Updating List

Nations across the world have imposed travel restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Here, the current list of countries limiting entry.

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No, you don't need to hoard toilet paper to prep for a pandemic

Clearing the shelves of toilet paper might be just a way to make us feel more secure in troubling times. (Claire Mueller/Unsplash/) Jay L. Zagorsky is a senior lecturer at Questrom School of Business at Boston University. This story originally featured on The Conversation . The other day I went into Costco to buy some toilet paper . It came as a small shock when I couldn't find a single roll. The

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Coronavirus Risk Doesn't Stop at Your Front Door

The jokes always start just after the crisis begins. Right now, Twitter is currently full of gallows humor about a global pandemic. Some of the jokes are funny, and many of them are not, but one common punch line is that self-quarantine will play out like a sitcom or a rom-com . This is the time to find out how strong your relationship to whomever you live with is, now that you're going to be tra

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Deep Clean, Then Clean Again

These are busy times for decontamination. "The phone's blowing off the hook," says Thomas Licker, the division manager of Infection Control Technologies in New Jersey. The company, which helped manage Ebola-related cases in 2014, is stocked with disinfectants like quaternary ammonium, ionized hydrogen peroxide, and swabs that detect the presence of living organisms. Licker says the company has fi

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The Airport Chaos Is the Product of Negligence

M odern air travel has become so grueling that it is easy to lose sight of its greatest, near-miraculous achievement: Commercial airline travel is astonishingly safe—yes, even given the two horrific 737 Max crashes over the past 18 months, and even considering the primitive-terror factor that makes the prospect of death in the sky so much more frightening than most other fates. In a recent period

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The Coronavirus Called America's Bluff

On July 8, 1853, Commodore Matthew Perry of the U.S. Navy sailed into Tokyo Bay with two steamships and two sailing vessels under his command. He landed a squadron of heavily armed sailors and marines; he moved one of the ships ostentatiously up the harbor, so that more people could see it. He delivered a letter from President Millard Fillmore demanding that the Japanese open up their ports to Am

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A Trick to Stop Touching Your Face

We didn't sign a consent form, but we're all participants in the world's largest natural experiment in behavior change. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, millions if not billions of people around the globe are pleading for systemic solutions. In the meantime, we're all trying to do what we can to flatten the curve of this crisis by not getting sick. The best practices are well known: Keep

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It Pays to Be Rich During a Pandemic

W hen Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, you could sense a brief moment of national panic. The Utah Jazz center had been in close contact with his teammates, staff, and autograph-seeking fans. He had touched door handles, basketballs, microphones, tape recorders—potentially spreading the coronavirus to hundreds of people. The NBA was aggressive. On Wednesday night, in a matter

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Friendships in the Age of Quarantine

The hotel is a pleasant California bland—a yellowish four-story stucco number with a red roof and a fringe of palm trees. It's about a half-hour drive from Napa Valley; it has four stars on Yelp even though one guest complained last year about bugs in his room. And for the past month, hundreds of Americans evacuated from cruise ships and Chinese cities have called it home. For Yanjun Wei, the Wes

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Coronavirus has emptied flights. It could end up changing flying for ever

Major airlines are now battling for survival – and those staying at home may start to question their need to travel As coronavirus grew from a Chinese outbreak to a global pandemic, the aviation industry was at the leading edge of the accompanying financial crisis. Since the extraordinary intercontinental travel ban imposed by President Trump last week, the disastrous potential extent of the crisi

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I'm an epidemiologist. When I heard about Britain's 'herd immunity' coronavirus plan, I thought it was satire | William Hanage

Vulnerable people should not be exposed to Covid-19 right now in the service of a hypothetical future • See all our coronavirus coverage Your house is on fire, and the people whom you have trusted with your care are not trying to put it out. Even though they knew it was coming, and could see what happened to the neighbours as they were overwhelmed with terrifying speed, the UK government has inexp

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The Guardian view on the UK's Covid-19 response: confused and hesitant | Editorial

Britain's handling of the coronavirus outbreak carries a risk to the public and to politicians. Time to get a grip Boris Johnson's decision to go it alone , in global policy terms, over the UK's Covid-19 outbreak is being challenged every day – and there is a sense of foreboding that the government is coming up short with its answers. Unlike our nearest neighbours, ministers said there would be no

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This coronavirus crisis has forced the retirement of pantomime Johnson | Andrew Rawnsley

The government's strategy comes with risks, but so do all the alternatives A pandemic is testing global leadership and its capacity to rise to the challenge of "the worst public health crisis for a generation". To some surprise, the man who said that is addressing the emergency in a more mature fashion than many anticipated when it first began to unfold. Boris Johnson has abandoned the "invisible

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Trump 'offers large sums' for exclusive access to coronavirus vaccine

German government tries to fight off aggressive takeover bid by US, say reports Coronavirus – live coverage See all our coronavirus coverage The Trump administration has offered a German medical company "large sums of money" for exclusive access to a Covid-19 vaccine, German media have reported. The German government is trying to fight off what it sees as an aggressive takeover bid by the US, the

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Coronavirus: Germany seals its borders as 100m Europeans on lockdown

Restrictions on travel and commerce across continent as countries scramble to contain threat Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Walls are being raised and mass quarantines enforced across Europe to combat the spread of the coronavirus, with Germany the latest to partly seal its borders, banning entrants from France, Switzerland and Austria from Monday. More than 100 mil

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Coronavirus facts: is there a cure and what is the mortality rate of the virus?

Covid-19 essential guide: can it be caught on public transport, how is it different from the flu, and how sick will I get? Coronavirus – latest updates How to protect yourself against coronavirus Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should I see a doctor? The Covid-19 virus is a member of the coronavirus family that made the jump from animals to humans late last year. Many of those initially i

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Coronavirus: governor tells Trump to 'get shit together' amid airport chaos

JB Pritzker slams federal government in tweets Travelers face long waits for mandatory screenings Trump's testing failures pave way to disaster, experts say Coronavirus outbreak – live updates The Trump administration needs to " get its shit together " in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, the governor of Illinois said on Saturday, as travelers returning to the US at Chicago's O'Hare internat

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Coronavirus: health experts fear epidemic will 'let rip' through UK

Doctors and scientists urge government to stop ignoring strategies from countries that have brought cases down Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Public health experts and hundreds of doctors and scientists at home and abroad are urging the UK government to change its strategy against coronavirus, amid fears it will mean the epidemic "lets rip" through the population. T

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One doctor's story: 'We don't have the masks, goggles – or the staff'

A senior consultant at a leading hospital for respiratory conditions such as pneumonia and cystic fibrosis talks to the Observer • Coronavirus – latest updates • See all our coronavirus coverage NHS staff are asking the same questions as everyone else about coronavirus. How deadly is it? How do we protect ourselves? Are the government's tactics right? And how will the health service cope when – an

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Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should I see a doctor?

What is Covid-19, how does it spread, what are the symptoms, and at what point should you call a doctor? Coronavirus – live news updates Find all our coronavirus coverage here How to protect yourself from infection It is caused by a member of the coronavirus family that has never been encountered before. Like other coronaviruses, it has come from animals. Continue reading…

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Experience of Sars a key factor in countries' response to coronavirus

Plans of action to combat the Covid-19 outbreak around the world show huge differences • Coronavirus – latest updates • See all our coronavirus coverage There has been a huge difference in how the coronavirus pandemic has evolved in different countries. Some have gone nearly two months with just a few dozen cases; others have seen an outbreak explode in weeks. The statistics about the early evolut

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UK coronavirus crisis 'to last until spring 2021 and could see 7.9m hospitalised'

Exclusive: Public Health England document seen by Guardian says four in five 'expected' to contract virus Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The coronavirus epidemic in the UK will last until next spring and could lead to 7.9 million people being hospitalised, a secret Public Health England (PHE) briefing for senior NHS officials reveals. The document, seen by the Guard

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How Wikipedia Prevents the Spread of Coronavirus Misinformation

A group of hawk-eyed experts operate on a special track to monitor medical information on the site.

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Coronavirus Cancellations Top This Week's Internet News Roundup

Social distancing is now a part everyday life. While the coronavirus is still spreading, such precautions are probably for the best.

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Phones Could Track the Spread of Covid-19. Is It a Good Idea?

China and South Korea used smartphone apps to monitor people with the disease. But Americans have different views of privacy and data collection.

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Autistic People Make Great Social Partners if You Actually Give Them a Chance

Style, not substance, drives negative impressions of the social life of people on the autism spectrum — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Earth's mantle, not its core, may have generated planet's Early magnetic field

A trio of studies are the latest developments in a paradigm shift that could change how Earth history is understood. They support an assertion by a Scripps Institution of Oceanography geophysicist that a once-liquid portion of the lower mantle, rather than the core, could have exceeded the thresholds needed to create Earth's magnetic field during its early history.

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A Poem for Sunday

we were waiting in the spring for our bodies to return waiting in the fall and waiting in the winter for the dead to see our shadows the forsythia exploded was it dew or was it weeping there was hell smeared on our faces in the morning as we mixed the silt with blood you could wash it off with anger it was there again that evening we collided with the future was it spring or all desertion the ris

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A Travel Ban, Gig Economy Risks, and More Car News This Week

Already ailing airlines are hit with new woes as Trump bars visitors from Europe for 30 days. Plus, is anything not canceled?

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AI is An Ideology, Not A Technology

At its core, "artificial intelligence" is a perilous belief that fails to recognize the agency of humans.

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Alzheimer's and an unusual molecular chaperone

A research team elucidates the aggregation mechanism of the Alzheimer protein tau.

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Capitalism's Favorite Drug

Rodrigo Corral F our hundred years ago , Coffea arabica , a tropical shrub bearing glossy green leaves and bright-red berries, was virtually unknown outside of the Arab world and the corner of Ethiopia where it had been discovered in the ninth century—by a goatherd who, legend has it, noticed that his animals would get frisky and stay up all night after nibbling its berries. In the years since pe

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Essential hammers for your toolbox

Nailed it! (Louis Hansel via Unsplash/) Sometimes, our DIY instinct is to use whatever is on hand to solve a problem. But not everyone can use paper clips, chewing gum, or paperweights to pick locks—or hang pictures. Save yourself a trip to the hardware store when you're putting up shelves, assembling a new bed frame, or extracting random nails from the wall left by a previous homeowner. These fo

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EU försöker rädda Pompeji

Pompeji är staden som för 2000 år sedan dränktes av sten och aska från vulkanen Vesuvius. Nu hotas den relativt välbevarade antika staden av en ny kollaps.

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Feeding fusion: Hydrogen ice pellets prove effective for fueling fusion plasmas

Injecting pellets of hydrogen ice rather than puffing hydrogen gas improves fusion performance. Studies by physicists compared the two methods on the DIII-D National Fusion Facility, looking ahead to the fueling to be used on ITER.

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Four pacifiers to help your baby feel calmer

Hush little baby. (Janko Ferlič via Unsplash/) Pacifiers—or soothers—can help calm a fussy baby. The American Academy of Pediatrics also recommends them to help reduce the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). Check with your doctor about best practices for safely using different types based on whether you are breastfeeding or bottle feeding your child. Here are four great options that you

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Happy Universe

Distract yourself with some amazing views of the universe around us — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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How to Upgrade Your Home Wi-Fi and Get Faster Internet

If you're stuck working or studying from home for a while, here's how to get your internet up to speed.

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Is It Still Safe to Be a Jew in America?

O n a blustery Baltimore night in the late 1980s, I went to hear Louis Farrakhan speak to a packed crowd at Morgan State University, a historically black college. For more than five decades, the Nation of Islam leader has railed against Jews, variously describing them as "satanic," "bloodsuckers," and "termites." He was at the peak of his influence at the time. As the editor of the weekly Baltimo

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Järnregn över avlägsen planet

Med hjälp av ett väldigt stort teleskop har man lyckats iaktta när det regnar järn över en planet utanför vårt solsystem, en så kallad exoplanet. Den nya upptäckten breddar vår förståelse av atmosfärer.

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Leaf-inspired surface prevents frost formation

By tweaking the texture of any material's surface, researchers experimentally reduced frost formation by up to 60%. They theoretically predict they could reduce formation by up to 80%.

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Like a moth to a flame, we're drawn to metaphors to explain ourselves | Kenan Malik

We think we're learning more about the brain, but are we just replacing one story with another? The selfish gene. The Big Bang. The greenhouse effect. Metaphors are at the heart of scientific thinking. They provide the means for both scientists and non-scientists to understand, think through and talk about abstract ideas in terms of more familiar objects or phenomena. But if metaphors can illumina

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Marvelous mobiles for your baby

A calm infant makes everybody happy. (Insung Yoon via Unsplash/) Designing a nursery for your baby is also an opportunity for you to see the world through an infant's eyes. Hanging mobiles are a timeless fixture over cribs and changing tables that can engage your child with colors, movement, and even sounds as part of a nurturing environment. Here are four standout mobiles for tiny humans that ra

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Microscopes for students and hobbyists who want to continue exploring the world around them

The best part of 10th grade biology. (Depositphotos/) Humans are naturally curious. Toddlers will pick up a leaf or a handful of dirt like it's a thrilling discovery—and isn't it? Indulging our curiosity about the world around us with a microscope allows us to marvel at the magnificent architecture of organisms and matter. Collectors can solve mysteries of a coin's age or the contents of a barely

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Oklahoma: Images of the Sooner State

Oklahoma, home to nearly 4 million residents, is a geologically diverse state. The territory shifts from high plains to rolling mountain ranges, from mesas to marshland, and from wide-open prairies to dense forests. Here are a few glimpses into the landscape of Oklahoma, and some of the animals and people calling it home. This photo story is part of Fifty , a collection of images from each of the

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Ouch: Patients prescribed opioids after tooth extraction report worse pain

The use of opioids to soothe the pain of a pulled tooth could be drastically reduced or eliminated altogether from dentistry, say researchers.

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Physicists Chip Away at a Mystery: Why Does Glass Exist?

For decades, scientists have hoped to find or create 'ideal glass,' a perfect specimen that would help explain the nature of this enigmatic amorphous solid.

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Physicists probe why the Universe exists and has matter

Scientists from around the world teamed up to study the properties of neutrons. They were able to achieve extremely precise measurements of electric compasses in neutrons. The results challenge current theories of why antimatter and matter didn't destroy each other in the early Universe. When expressed in physics terms, one of the most important human questions of "Why do I exist?" can be express

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Poem: Eclipse

Science in meter and verse — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Proposed Mission Would Explore Interstellar Object 'Oumuamua

Mission Achievable Remember 'Oumuamua, the first-ever object from interstellar space that astronomers spotted cruising through our solar system? Now a team of scientists has proposed a mission to explore it, Wired reports . "We now know such a mission, at least in principle, is achievable," Initiative for Interstellar Studies representative Adam Hibberd told the magazine. Space Chase The proposed

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Revealed: mystery of the ocean's missing plastic

Scientists have puzzled over it for decades.

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Science history: Rene Dubos finds life in the earth

He was also a pioneering environmentalist.

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Selvkørende busser kører 100 km/t i Linköping

PLUS. Med to store busser vil det svenske Trafikverket inden for fire år teste, hvordan de selvkørende køretøjer fungerer sammen med anden infrastruktur på en 10 kilometer lang strækning.

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Sexual harassment: Organizations must stop protecting 'brilliant jerks'

"Too many organizations have tolerated the brilliant jerk. Too many organizations have tolerated the highly profitable sexual harasser or bully," says Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management. At this point in time, more rules is not the answer. The workplace culture must reject harassers. When organizations do nothing to stop harassers and have one set of rules for

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Soothing night lights for babies and toddlers

Keep those tiny smiles bright. (Depositphotos/) The glow of a night light can offer a reassuring sense of place when your little one wakes up in the dark. They're also a lovely way for you to check on your child without disturbing their slumber. Night lights designed for kids go beyond traditional plug-in units to rechargeable lights in an array of cute shapes and colors. Here are our favorites.

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Starwatch: the moon and planets party till dawn

Early risers in the northern hemisphere can see the crescent moon in the south-east in close conjunction with Mars, Jupiter and Saturn A nice grouping of three planets will grace the pre-dawn sky this week. Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will all rise in the south-east about an hour before the sun. The chart shows the view looking in that direction at 05:15 GMT on 18 March. On that morning, the planets

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STEM-virksomheder er Danmarks vækstmotor

PLUS. Med et bidrag på 332 mia. kr. til BNP, er det de virksomheder, som bygger deres forretning på et teknisk og naturvidenskabeligt fundament, som har mest vækst, viser tal fra ATV.

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Study ties kin selection to host-manipulating behavior in parasites

New research shows that family ties and traits such as manipulation, sacrifice and selflessness are just as key to survival in parasitic organisms as they are in cognitive species like humans. In essence, when it comes to successful transmission, some parasites get by with a little help from their kin.

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Teething toys that help soothe your baby's gums

Give them something safer and softer than a wooden block to chew on. (Colin Maynard via Unsplash/) As your little one transforms their smile with their first baby teeth, they might not feel their best. Teething toys can help their gums feel better, as well as fascinate them with new textures and shapes. For best safety practices , you'll want to avoid toys with small parts or necklaces (which can

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The Amazing Psychedelic Bamboozle

An experiment on the effects of psychedelic drugs on creativity was actually a creative deception

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The Biggest Gold Nugget Ever Found | Gold Rush: Parker's Trail

Parker gets his hands on a model of Australia's Welcome Stranger, the biggest gold nugget ever found. Stream Full Episodes of Parker's Trail: https://go.discovery.com/tv-shows/gold-rush/ Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoldRush/ https://www.facebook.com/Discovery Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gold_Rush https://twit

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The Martian weather cake

Every layer tells a story of climate change.

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The Syrian Sisters Who Refuse to Give Up on America

A ngela and Leen Albaka have dreamed of America since they were little girls. Daughters of a liberal-minded couple in Damascus, they spent their summers learning English and imagined attending college in the United States. Angela planned to be an engineer. Leen, five years her junior, had already fashioned herself into an American preteen, skateboarding, playing electric guitar, speaking with a f

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Thoughtfully designed pans for every home chef

Supper's on. (Simon Migaj via Unsplash/) We've all cooked a buttery egg for breakfast, only to ruin it by trying to take it off a pan on which everything sticks. No matter what kind of chef you are—whether you're working through an Ottolenghi cookbook or making a simple chicken breast—everyone needs a set of reliable pans. There are so many brands and styles that it can be difficult to know which

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Uncanny Portraits of Perfectly Symmetrical Pets

Dag Knudsen's animal photographs are unnaturally perfect.

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Understanding Ego Death's Neurobiology

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Urban farming supplies for people without a lot of outdoor space

Plant anywhere. (Neslihan Gunaydin via Unsplash/) Eating local and in season is better for our planet and your health. Eating fresh produce from your own backyard, balcony, windowsill, or kitchen counter is even better for your wallet. Gardening has been proven to alleviate stress, too, so roll up your sleeves and get ready to grow some fresh herbs, potatoes, carrots, and other produce with these

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Why You Should Avoid Stockpiling Tons of Dehydrated Meals

Don't make social distancing any harder than it has to be—enjoy some fresh food.

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Wine counterfeiters beware

Blockchain solution promises cure for $70 billion hangover.

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Your backyard could help reduce global warming

Gardens cool urban temperatures by six degrees, study finds.

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