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Einstein's dream of one rule to rule the universe could be fading
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“I said, ‘Look at those, there must be thousands of these mounds. And he went, ‘Nah, there’s millions.’” In fact there were 200 million.
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We are a lonely species, the only hominins left on the planet. But it wasn't always this way.
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Archaeologists found 1,500-year-old intact turkey eggs in southern Mexico (from 2016)
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Another thing to be thankful for this Thanksgiving: The ancient Andean farmers who first domesticated the potato (from 2016)
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All by itself, the humble sweet potato colonized the world (from April)
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Finding the genetic event about 100 million years ago that gave us pumpkins and squash (from 2017)
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It could be the coldest Thanksgiving on record in parts of the Northeast. So what do you say at the dinner table when Uncle Walter claims global warming isn't real?
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With A.I., mass manipulation is about to get a whole lot easier.
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"The value of science is not the value of a bunch of people who call themselves scientists. It’s the concept."
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When it comes to climate change, “There’s no cliff — but there’s for sure a slope.”
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Which mysteries would you prefer remain eternal?
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The key to stopping the illegal wildlife trade: China
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Not long ago, the idea of harnessing the immune system to fight cancer was regarded as a pipedream. Most researchers had given up on it. But this year it won a Nobel prize, and it has led to treatments that are revolutionizing cancer care.
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NYT Science 5h
Vaccines are so amazing. Why don't we have them against everything from AIDS to the common cold?
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“The field is desperate, and we all want something to work,”
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Science news is the best news you're likely to read on any given day.
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The story of Earth's mass extinctions and the one creature that has survived them all
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The experiments are fascinating. But nobody can repeat them.
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Writers of Star Trek just needed a storytelling device to get the starship Enterprise from one place in the galaxy to another. So it's an unexpected surprise that physicists have figured out equations to show that "warp drive" isn't necessarily impossible.
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