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#1

 

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Description In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed an act calling for national parks to remain "unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations."

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Updated 22 January 2019

#2

 

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Description Edwin Scholes has taken dozens of flights and boat trips, and spent countless hours hauling gear up muddy mountains in New Guinea, for nothing more than a song and dance.

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Updated 21 January 2019

#3

 

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Description Some creatures, big and small, have a more limited range than you think.

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Updated 21 January 2019

#4

 

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Description Whale sharks, the world's largest fish, likely endure periods of starvation and may eat more plants than previously thought, according to th

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Updated 21 January 2019

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Description Less than two years after the first report of wild chimpanzees in Uganda dying as a result of a human “common cold” virus, a new study has i

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Updated 21 January 2019

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Updated 21 January 2019

#7

 

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Description A snake in a snake: a new species has been described that was found in the stomach of a coral snake in 1976 in Mexico - life short science news

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Updated 21 January 2019

#8

 

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Description More species under extinction threat - interesting science news

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Updated 21 January 2019

#9

 

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Description Insect defecation may not seem like one of the pressing scientific inquiries of our time, but in fact the faeces of these ...

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Updated 21 January 2019

#10

 

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Description Germany's Autobahns are legendary for segments with no speed limits, but you might have to wave goodbye to those unfettered driving experiences. Reuters has ob...

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Updated 21 January 2019

#11

 

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Description Creating a low emissions zone for shipping in the Mediterranean sea would cost €3 billion but should save €8 to 14 billion per year in health costs

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Updated 21 January 2019

#12

 

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Description Watch Panama City Frogs Are Singing a New Tune, an Earth video from Seeker.

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Updated 21 January 2019

#13

 

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Description Many indigenous communities in Africa, Australia, and Papua New Guinea paint their bodies for culturally-significant reasons. Those locales also have notorious populations of bloodsucking insects like horseflies, ticks, and tsetse flies. One group of researchers thought the two might be related—could body paint provide any protection from those merciless pests? They decided to test it out.

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Updated 21 January 2019

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Description In China, moods expressed on social media tend to decline when air pollution gets worse, a new MIT study finds.

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Updated 21 January 2019

#15

 

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Description Including relatively rare deals on the Sonos Beam, Playbar, and Sub.

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Updated 21 January 2019

#16

 

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Description Although widely regarded as pests, termites provide rainforests with important ecosystem services, study finds.

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Updated 21 January 2019

#17

 

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Description Southwest Greenland might be a future threat to ocean-level rise

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Updated 21 January 2019

#18

 

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Description Scientists found the bodies of tiny animals and plants in sediment pulled up from a lost lake located 1 kilometer under the Antarctic ice.

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Updated 20 January 2019

#19

 

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Description A major snowstorm has begun its trek across the United States. Here's why it's going to impact so many people.

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Updated 19 January 2019

#20

 

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Description An innovative new material inspired by bird feathers could offer an interesting alternative to Velcro.

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Updated 19 January 2019

#21

 

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Description Watch The World’s Loneliest Frog Finds His Juliet, an Earth video from Seeker.

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Updated 19 January 2019

#22

 

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Description Watch Massive Great White Seen Eating a Sperm Whale, an Earth video from Seeker.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#23

 

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Description Researchers were surprised to find vestiges of what appear to be tiny animals in mud from Antarctica’s ice-covered Lake Mercer.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#24

 

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Description Land with high biodiversity surrounding orchards lead to pollination of apple trees by more bee species and higher food production - life short science news

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Updated 18 January 2019

#25

 

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Description Noona in New South Wales recorded Australia's warmest ever night with temperatures remaining above 35.9°C on 17 January

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Updated 18 January 2019

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Description Hundreds of meters deep in the dark of the ocean, a shark glides toward what seems like a meal. It’s kind of ugly, eel-like and not particul

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Updated 18 January 2019

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Updated 18 January 2019

#28

 

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Description Rather than make Cortana a stand-alone digital assistant with its own ecosystem of connected speakers, Microsoft now wants to integrate Cortana into Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. This turns Cortana into a skill that can be integrated into competing digital assistants to help Microsoft push its cloud services.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#29

 

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Description Coffee drinking is in danger after a new study found that 60 per cent of plants are now at risk of extinction, including the variety which produces most of the world’s beans.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#30

 

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Description The polar vortex that's usually trapped at the North Pole is collapsing.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#31

 

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Description The discovery of preserved carcasses of tiny crustaceans and tardigrades beneath Lake Mercer suggests biologically complex life may survive deep beneath the ice

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Updated 18 January 2019

#32

 

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Description New documents show that the U.S. secretly funded research ranging from UFOs to a "warp drive," "extra dimensions," and "traversable wormholes."

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Updated 18 January 2019

#33

 

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Description The soil in Northern Italy’s prosecco vineyards is washing away.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#34

 

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Description While the weather outside may indeed get frightful this winter, a parka, knit hat, wool socks, insulated boots and maybe a roaring fire make things bearable for people who live in cold climates. But what about all the wildlife out there? Won’t they be freezing?

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Updated 18 January 2019

#35

 

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Description Photos of felled Joshua trees went viral last week, a casualty of the government shutdown and the related lack of oversight in the eponymous national park. Other arid lands have been similarly abused. At Death Valley National Park, also in California, officials have also observed illegal off-roading, driving in donuts, and camping, according to National Parks Traveler, a non-profit media organization. But some of the longest-lasting impacts of unregulated trampling, driving, and camping might be the least obvious.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#36

 

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Description Loss of genetic diversity could threaten global supply

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Updated 18 January 2019

#37

 

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Updated 18 January 2019

#38

 

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Description Point not just to the lies, but who's behind them, researchers suggest.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#39

 

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Description The ancient signs of life were discovered in a body of water buried beneath over a kilometre of Antarctic ice.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#40

 

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Description Find out how you can live stream Super Bowl LIII for free.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#41

 

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Description Canadian biologists capture animal for controversial conservation effort

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Updated 17 January 2019

#42

 

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Description A 3.4 percent rise in anything may sound miniscule, but try telling that to the legion of concerned scientists who have been sounding the al

#Construction;#Agriculture & Gardening;#Environment & Nature
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Updated 17 January 2019

#43

 

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Description University researchers and businesses in the UK and China are working together to provide real time street-level air pollution information t

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Updated 17 January 2019

#44

 

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Description The University of New Hampshire, in collaboration with the University of Maine, has established a new research and training program to prepa

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Updated 17 January 2019

#45

 

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Description Alaskan wildlife management that prioritizes reducing bear and wolf populations so hunters can kill more moose, caribou and deer is both bac

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Updated 17 January 2019

#46

 

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Description Hagfish can produce one liter of slime in mere fractions of a second.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#47

 

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Description If you’re a coffee aficionado, brace yourself because I’ve got some bad news for you.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#48

 

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Description Three days a week, Don Weber shows up to work at the U.S. Department of Agriculture campus in Beltsville, Md. The parking lot is empty and the hallways are dark.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#49

 

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Description Who will win this lopsided battle?

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Updated 17 January 2019

#50

 

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Description Scientists recently rediscovered a frog species in Bolivia that hasn’t been seen in 10 years — and it could be used to better understand a frog-killing fungus.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#51

 

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Updated 17 January 2019

#52

 

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Description The science and psychology behind the people who exploit and vandalize national parks during the extended government shutdown.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#53

 

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Description Watch Fighting Smog With Planes and Water Cannons, an Earth video from Seeker.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#54

 

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Description Keep control of your retail execution strategy by using mobile merchandising software to monitor shelf space, in-store data collection and r

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Updated 17 January 2019

#55

 

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Description Many small mammals dig in order to find food. They feed on various beetles, worms, larvi and other creatures as well as roots. Scientists fr

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Updated 17 January 2019

#56

 

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Description In the coming decades, more than a quarter million people may die each year as a result of climate change, according to a new review study.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#57

 

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Description Beneath the ocean bottom are minerals that grow inside crystals. And researchers recently discovered unknown microbes sealed in the minerals.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#58

 

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Description Some creatures, big and small, have a more limited range than you think.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#59

 

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Description The iconic butterfly species has hit its lowest population yet.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#60

 

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Description The service envisions a future when enemy warships might menace Marines ashore.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#61

 

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Description The top five global threats are all now either environmental or technological, according to a World Economic Forum survey of business and political leaders

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Updated 17 January 2019

#62

 

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Description One of the greatest challenges in saving endangered species is to predict if an animal population will die out. Accurate and reliable models are crucial for conservationists.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#63

 

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Description Watch Land Iguanas Are Being Restored in the Galapagos, an Earth video from Seeker.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#64

 

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Description Hagfish use slime to clog up sharks’ jaws in milliseconds, and it’s the water drag generated when the shark inhales that helps the slime form so quickly

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Updated 16 January 2019

#65

 

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Description Antarctica experienced a sixfold increase in yearly ice mass loss between 1979 and 2017, according to a study published in  Proceedings of t

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Updated 16 January 2019

#66

 

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Description East Antarctica is losing weight at a worrying clip.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#67

 

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Description In Thailand, officials are taking the fight against pollution to the next level as they prepare to manipulate the weather.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#68

 

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Description Finally.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#69

 

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Description “I’d like people to understand that hearing is not only for ears.”

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Updated 16 January 2019

#70

 

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Description WhatsApp has acknowledged the existence of the bug affecting some Android users that deletes their old chats.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#71

 

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Description The ocean is the hottest it's ever been, and no, this is not normal.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#72

 

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Description As sea ice melts, Antarctica may get more sensitive to astronomical cycles.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#73

 

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Description Biologists are still trying to work out exactly how hagfish slime works—it’s something of an engineering marvel.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#74

 

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Description Around the planet’s oceans, nearly 4,000 floats — many of them built at the University of Washington — are plunging up and down, collecting

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Updated 16 January 2019

#75

 

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Description A new study has found that changes in the atmospheric circulation since the 1980s have offset most of the impact of global warming on winter

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Updated 16 January 2019

#76

 

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Description (Inside Science) -- Exposure to wildfire smoke can send people with asthma rushing to the hospital, and it may also cause violent crime rates to spike, according to new research.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#77

 

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Description Scientists have long speculated that our planet’s climate system is intimately linked to the Earth’s celestial motions. The pacing of the

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Updated 16 January 2019

#78

 

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Description New research finds we’d need to immediately stop building fossil-fuel-burning vehicles, planes, and factories.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#79

 

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Description A parasitic mite does not feed on blood, as previously thought, but on the fat body of honeybees - life short science news

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Updated 16 January 2019

#80

 

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Description A new study finds that 60 percent of species of coffee could go away—with potential collateral to your morning cup of joe. 

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Updated 16 January 2019

#81

 

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Description It's Playoff time in the NFL, and while some teams will fight it out under the comfort of a dome, others will compete exposed to winter's wrath. But fear not, groundskeepers use all kinds of heat tech to keep players from freezing to death during the Chiefs and Patriots AFC Championship Game.

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Updated 16 January 2019

#82

 

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Description Residents of Westbrook in Maine discovered an enormous circle of ice slowly spinning in the Presumpscot river running through their town

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Updated 16 January 2019

#83

 

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Description The transparent eggs of pharaoh cuttlefish let them see predators long before they hatch and they can even learn to spot new threats

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Updated 16 January 2019

#84

 

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Description The super salty waste water dumped into the oceans by the world’s 16,000 desalination plants can push marine species beyond what they can tolerate

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Updated 16 January 2019

#85

 

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Description The Trump administration has plans to weaken a key environmental law, but it has helped many marine animals avoid extinction

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Updated 16 January 2019

#86

 

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Description Antarctica losing ice at a scary pace - interesting science news

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Updated 15 January 2019

#87

 

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Description The ditching of Flight 1549 into an icy river was unprecedented, jaw-dropping—and sometimes misunderstood. Here's a pilot's-eye view of what went right.

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Updated 15 January 2019

#88

 

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Updated 15 January 2019

#89

 

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Description Drag forces in the water rapidly unfurl their slimy fibers, new study suggests

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Updated 15 January 2019

#90

 

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Description Large international survey will assess status of krill

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Updated 15 January 2019

#91

 

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Description TBD

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Updated 15 January 2019

#92

 

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Description Advisory panel needs to be reinstated and strengthened, letter argues

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Updated 15 January 2019

#93

 

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Description No, polluters aren't growing a conscience. Group says enforcement is understaffed.

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Updated 15 January 2019

#94

 

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Description An ocean-dwelling bacterium has provided fresh insights into how cells protect themselves from the toxic effects of metal ions such as iron

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Updated 15 January 2019

#95

 

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Updated 15 January 2019

#96

 

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Description Antarctic glaciers have been melting at an accelerating pace over the past four decades thanks to an influx of warm ocean water - a startling new finding that researchers say could mean sea levels are poised to rise more quickly than predicted in c

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Updated 15 January 2019

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Description ​If you own multiple dogs and/or cats, then you may be familiar with the problem of one animal "stealing" food from another's bowl. Italian artificial intelligence firm Volta has set out to keep that from happening, with its pet-recognizing Mookkie.

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Updated 15 January 2019

#98

 

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Description Humans can limit climate change if we phase out fossil-fuel emitters as they reach the end of their lifespan, a new study finds.

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Updated 15 January 2019

#99

 

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Description Antarctica is losing ice six times faster than it was four decades ago. That’s not good for our oceans.

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Updated 15 January 2019

#100

 

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Description Researchers found a mate for Romeo, the lonely sehuencas water frog, who was known as the last of his kind.

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Updated 15 January 2019

#101

 

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Description It's one of the most extreme environments on Earth.

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Updated 15 January 2019

#102

 

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Description Scientists drilled through some 3,500 feet of ice to study this hidden Antarctic lake. They found it is teeming with life.

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Updated 15 January 2019

#103

 

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Description Say goodbye to your free time.

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Updated 15 January 2019