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The president has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to reverse limits on carbon emissions from power plants
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During the past few months, thousands of scientists have decided to run for office or become otherwise politically vocal and involved.
Researchers have completed the first laboratory model of the human female reproductive cycle
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Black holes aren’t just terrifying objects of total obliteration — they’re also gross as hell.
Ultra-heat-treated milk is a shelf staple, especially in tropical climes where milk easily spoils.
The mystery isn’t just that we see methane when we shouldn’t. It’s also that, in a sense, we see too much of it.
Scientists searching for ways to restore hearing have been making a number of promising discoveries.
It’s always distressing and tragic when we hear a report of shark attack. But what is the actual likelihood of dying due to a shark encounter?
Lucky for us, our nearest neighboring black hole is very, very far away. Though scientists might wish we were closer to one for the ease of studying black holes.
Long-sought features may help researchers to improve models of solar activity and predict space weather.
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It’s not easy changing someone’s mind, especially if what you’re trying to change is something like their settled opinion.
The Trump administration is expected this week to unveil its executive order undoing President Obama's Clean Power Plan, which aimed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.
Thank goodness they thought to adjust the exposure on these shots, otherwise it'd just be a slow, blinding white blaze of nothing.
Shitty robot maker and vlogger Simone Giertz really wants to go to space someday. In the meantime, she's trying some of the components of astronaut training in her own way.
Earth's gravity is strong, but can water ever naturally go against it and flow uphill?
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