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Bulging stomachs often take the blame for ending holiday indulging. But bulging intestines might be the real appetite killer.
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Some connections were even stronger than similar connections in people with whole brains.
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In 2017 and 2018, the Americas saw fewer than 500,000 dengue cases. This year, more than 2.7 million cases have hit.
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Patches of long-frozen snowpack and ice in the Mongolian steppes are rapidly vanishing — with dire consequences for the reindeer and herders who rely on the icy spots. https://t.co/NuGBYyo8Og
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"The average temperature for the entire Earth rose gradually from the 1880s until the early 1940s. At that time, a cooling trend suddenly set in which is continuing today.…" — SN, 11/15/1969 https://t.co/9P8Uesbzop
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There are more than 2,000 known Nazca Lines, depicting animals, plants, fantastical beings and geometric patterns. But the glyphs can be hard to spot.
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The find suggests that a molecule crucial to life’s genetic machinery hitched a ride to Earth.
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Julia Robinson, the first women to serve as president of the American Mathematical Society, never thought of herself as a brilliant person. #longreads
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This roughly 1,300-year-old rectangular piece of rock with two hornlike projections on top resembles several rooks that have been found at other Islamic sites in the region. https://t.co/iMj0sxwEjs
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“We have the science, we have the medications. We know what we need to do, but we have to get people to come in the door and stay in the door.” #longreads
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A palm-sized sandstone object found in 1991 at an Early Islamic trading outpost in what’s now southern Jordan appears to be the oldest known chess piece. https://t.co/iMj0sxwEjs
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Every December 8, Julia Robinson blew out the candles on her birthday cake and made the same wish: that someday she would know the answer to Hilbert’s 10th problem. #longreads
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Many of life’s ingredients have been found in space. Now we can add ribose to the list, a sugar that is essential to reading and carrying out instructions encoded in our genes.
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Picking embryos based on genetics might not give prospective parents the “designer baby” they’re after.
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16 days ago
An AI trained to recognize ancient designs called Nazca Lines in the Peruvian desert has discovered a new geoglyph etched into the earth.
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Newly recorded oral histories of the Tsaatan people help researchers document climate change.
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