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As the Northern Hemisphere braces for a coronavirus-flu double hit, it’s unclear if it’ll be a deadly combo or one virus will squeeze out the other. Deep-sea temperatures seem to be rising, but it’s too soon to say whether that’s a result of climate change caused by humans, researchers say. New aquarium videos show that sea butterflies of various shapes and sizes flutter through water...
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Science news: astronomy, archaeology, paleontology, health, physics, space exploration and other topics. Named π-ton (pi-ton), the newly-discovered quasiparticle consists of two electrons and two holes. Two electrons and two holes, created by light quanta, held together by a chessboard-like background. Image credit: TU Wien Quasiparticle is a disturbance in a medium that behaves as a particle...
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Science News for Students publishes news from all fields of science for students from middle school and up, with resources for parents and educators. Gravity is a fundamental force that attracts objects with mass to other objects with mass. It decreases with distance. Scientists released the...
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Tel Aviv University and Israel Antiquities Authority believe copper-producing technology was closely guarded secret. A new study by Tel Aviv University and the Israel Antiquities…. Dogs’ personality changes over time, but these changes occur unevenly during the dogs’ life, and each trait follows...
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Neuroscience News research articles cover neurology, psychology, AI, brain science, mental health, robotics and cognitive sciences in a free, open access magazine. Coronavirus can cause several significant neurological disorders, and the pandemic has been linked to a rise in people reporting...
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Inside Science is brought to you in part through the generous support of The American Physical Society and The Acoustical Society of America and a coalition of underwriters. Using Math to Make More ‘Uplifting’ Surfboard Fins Six Morbidly Fascinating Creatures You Might Find at the Beach Firework Shapes – smiley faces, hearts and stars – Oh My! Every Black Hole Contains a New Universe Black Hole...
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The practice, which the bureau says is vital to counterterrorism efforts, casts a much wider net than previously disclosed, newly released documents show. An organic effort by black millennials and Gen Z-ers to influence older family members against Joe Biden may be important in the Democratic primary. As more people are able to work from home, housing priorities have changed, and different...
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Data Science Weekly Newsletter: A free weekly newsletter featuring curated news, articles and jobs related to Data Science. A free weekly newsletter featuring curated news, articles and jobs related to Data Science. No spam — we keep your email safe and do not share it.
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Based in Anchorage, Anchorage Daily News offers news, features and commentary with a statewide focus. The remnants of Hurricane Laura unleashed heavy rain and twisters hundreds of miles inland from a path of death and mangled buildings along the Gulf Coast, and forecasters warn of new dangers as the tropical weather blows toward the Eastern Seaboard this weekend. An investigation by the...
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Undark Magazine explores science at the point where it intersects — and sometimes collides — with politics, economics and culture. The most popular surgical robot in use today, the da Vinci, is equipped to record all of the movements a surgeon makes during an operation. On its face, that could be a valuable training tool, allowing apprentices to access detailed feedback about their performance....
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The number of sworn officers in Denver over the last 20 years has failed to keep up with the city's explosion in population — or the dramatic increase in crime. The state's labor department said state extended benefits, which provides up to 13 weeks of additional unemployment benefits, were "triggered off.". Some have claimed that a new study proves masks aren't effective. But its authors say...
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Fast Company accidentally admits that plants thrive on carbon dioxide, the greenhouse gas that liberals claim will destroy the world… but it actually makes the world more GREEN. Left-wing professor now says climate change “causes anxiety” about the future, when it’s actually LIES about climate change that are making Leftists afraid and insane. Every news organization that claims “climate...
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Independent Science Reporting for Agriculture, Food, and Health. Agriculture agroecology biotechnology Bt crop development disease DNA ecology EFSA environment EPA farming FDA food genetically modified genetics GM GMO Golden Rice heritability maize meat medical monsanto nutrition pesticide plants predisposition public interest regulation rice risk assessment risks roundup safety science study...
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Geology.com is one of the world's leading portals to geology and earth science news and information for rocks, minerals, gemstones, energy, volcanoes, earthquakes, careers, geologic hazards, and more. Variscite is a yellowish green to bluish green mineral. It is similar to turquoise and cut as a gem. Moldavite is a gem material born about 15 million years ago when a pair of asteroids struck...
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Newsela takes authentic content from the world’s most trusted providers and turns it into learning materials that are classroom-ready. "The accessibility of the text at five different levels was by far the most meaningful for us! Students could choose articles at five different reading levels, which wasn't always offered for Social Studies texts. They could engage with the text at a level that...
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SFWA is a professional organization for authors of science fiction, fantasy and related genres. By Alex Woolf One trend that I think is likely to have more enduring appeal is narrative non-fiction (NNF): the blending of story elements with non-fiction. Typically, this involves the author inventing characters and a simple plot device, such as a journey. Along the way, the characters discover...
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This page is used to test the proper operation of the nginx HTTP server after it has been installed. If you can read this page, it means that the web server installed at this site is working properly. Page that is distributed with nginx on Fedora. It is located in.
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Science.gov is a gateway to government science information provided by U.S. Government science agencies, including research and development results. Science.gov searches over 60 databases and over 2,200 scientific websites to provide users with access to more than 200 million pages of authoritative federal science information including research and development results. Inventory of Agency APIs...
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Science News Daily provides daily coverage of the most popular science and technology news. "Science News Daily" is a computer generated news service, with no human editors in background. "Science News Daily" uses completely automated algorithms to display the most popular news stories. To do so, it evaluates several news parameters like the number of news sources a story appeared in, date of...
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