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Because seas are expected to continue rising in coming decades, such tidal flood losses are likely to increase. https://t.co/7sSrbHU26G
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Ancient Mongolians’ DNA revealed that they weren’t able to digest lactose as adults — but they drank milk anyway. https://t.co/fo4t4OpLpW
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Despite the fact that thunderstorms regularly rage over our heads, “we really don’t have a good handle on what’s going on inside them.” https://t.co/Tg0LBVNiUa
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"The Second Kind of Impossible" shows the benefit of a slow and steady approach to science, where determination and luck are just as important as insight. https://t.co/AjD9t7xSjk
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Georgia O’Keeffe herself noticed these bumps, which were dismissed as grains of sand lodged in oil paint. Now scientists have identified the true culprit. https://t.co/7LNgtKSxWX
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Scientists are still trying to explain how a body of water could remain liquid in such a cold environment. https://t.co/jnJ77ciFCF
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“This is the first time in history that we have observed a jet which is not pointing toward the Earth.” https://t.co/VlTh5oDQeC
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Cells pulling double duty may help animals overlay food locations onto their mental maps. https://t.co/ZUIVEQw4yM
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Home decor like furniture and flooring may not be the notorious polluters that gas-guzzlers are, but these indoor consumer products can also be significant sources of potentially dangerous chemicals. https://t.co/TtI6dPX5OM
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New dates for the Deccan Traps volcanic eruptions disagree on whether they were the main culprit in the dinosaurs’ demise. https://t.co/Cee6J1JHp6
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With an average body length of roughly 4 cm and a wingspan over 7.5 cm, you’d think Wallace's giant bees would be easy to find. But the last official sighting of these goliath bees was nearly 40 years ago in 1981. https://t.co/ecbPubKSpM
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The cosmos doesn’t care whether you’re looking up or down, left or right: In all directions, the universe is expanding at the same clip. https://t.co/LAwmNL25wn
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