• Science News | 11/17/2016 | Thomas Sumner
    S. Schwartz. Giant asteroid may have triggered deadly volcano eruptions. Science News. Vol. 188, October 31, 2015, p. 12. T. Sumner. Most of Earth’s impact craters await discovery. Science News. Vol.
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  • | 11/17/2016 | Staff
    If objects in motion are like rainwater flowing through a gutter and landing in a puddle, then quantum objects in motion are like rainwater that might end up in a bunch of puddles, all at once.
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  • | 11/17/2016 | Staff
    Four Galileo satellites lifted off on board the Ariane 5 rocket from French Guiana on Thursday and will soon be detectable by European smartphones. The Galileo satellites will boost Europe's sat-nav...
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  • | 11/17/2016 | Staff
    A dodo skeleton is about to take flight—at least at an auction. Summers Place Auctions is selling what it describes as a rare composite skeleton of a dodo bird, a creature once found on the island...
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  • Live Science | 11/17/2016 | Staff
    Cersei Lannister, with the candlestick, in the throne room. Winter is coming, and it's a good time to plan cozy nights in with friends, complete with snacks, warm beverages and board games.
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  • | 11/17/2016 | Staff
    In all the arguments from AGW proponents, I have never seen their definition of the null hypothesis they are trying to disprove. Maybe I’m missing something. They need to disprove this correlation...
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  • | 11/17/2016 | Staff
    Voter satisfaction with democracy may have less to do with who actually wins an election and more to do with income inequality, or the gap between rich and poor, indicates a new study by Michigan...
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  • ScienceDaily | 11/15/2016 | Staff
    The term ferroptosis was first coined in 2012. It is derived from the Greek word ptosis, meaning "a fall," and ferrum, the Latin word for iron, and describes a form of regulated necrotic cell death...
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  • Popular Science | 11/17/2016 | Staff
    In 2013, 61,000 reindeer died of starvation on a remote peninsula in Siberia, upending the livelihoods of reindeer herders in the region. The vegetation that the reindeer usually eat was staring...
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