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Despite the scary name, modern vampire squid are docile denizens of the deep sea — but their Jurassic ancestors may have been a lot fiercer.
https://t.co/g62ZkN2p8I
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A lucky celestial alignment has given astronomers a rare look at a galaxy in the early universe that is seeding its surroundings with the elements needed to forge subsequent generations of stars and galaxies. https://t.co/OLaj4ZiBYu
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Besides breaking the previous record by about 10 million years, this helps pin down how much oxygen was in Earth’s atmosphere at the time. https://t.co/JbiyhERXwf
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“It’s something we’re still trying to understand, where that comes from — whether it’s believable, even, because it just seems too good to be true.” https://t.co/YjnFvr3WDf
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The term bombturbation is grim wordplay on the natural process of bioturbation — earthworms and other animals stirring up soil. In this case, bombs do the churning. https://t.co/sldZ6M1DEQ
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Researchers are working to decipher the genetic blueprint of the monkeypox virus, in hopes of uncovering whether some viral mutations might explain why the virus has quickly gained a foothold in new places.
https://t.co/8eBsjjqIXQ
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The results confirm that a site in southeastern England called Fordwich is one of the oldest hominid sites in England.
https://t.co/h4qn8tRyU8
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On average, Thiomargarita magnifica measures 1 centimeter long. For a bacterium, that's gigantic. 
https://t.co/Ja6trjbHxW
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Friction is crucial for determining the speed at which the collapse cascades through a row of dominoes. That includes both the friction between colliding dominoes, and between the dominoes and the surface they sit on. https://t.co/9J7KHthwYt
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When something emits gravitational waves, part of the signal comes straight at Earth, but some might arrive later — like an echo. https://t.co/YjnFvr3WDf
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If confirmed, ‘tetraneutrons’ could help scientists better understand nuclear forces.
https://t.co/tjNdR6WWv6
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A galaxy in the early universe is heaving hot gas into space, despite churning out a relatively paltry number of stars.  https://t.co/OLaj4ZiBYu
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Damage to leaves can dramatically boost catnip’s chemical defenses — and its appeal to cats.
https://t.co/8IfvsnKSBP
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