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Science: breakthroughs - unrelated - seemingly - scientific
…foundation of many years of seemingly unrelated research.
We must recognize that scientific breakthroughs are always made on the foundation of many years of seemingly unrelated research.
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Finance: Jonah Keim - NATHAN DENETTE - CANADIAN PRESS
…and male wolf roam the tundra in Nunavut.
A female wolf, left, and male wolf roam the tundra in Nunavut.
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Science: rituals - exactly - referred - 20
…what to now about the time and rituals.
The first day of summer 2021, \u00a0frequently referred to as the longest day of the year,\u00a0is June 20. Here's what to now about the time and rituals.
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Science: computer-generated - Sapas Mons - volcano
NASA plans on returning to Venus for the…
NASA plans on returning to Venus for the first time in years with the hopes of learning whether the planet supported life previously
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Science: weirder - overweight - wrapped - cells
Everything you know about fat cells…
Everything you know about fat cells is wrong: the way fat works in the body is way weirder than most think
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Science: Jiuquan Satellite - Shenzhou - liftoff - onboard
…country’s ambitious space program.
JIUQUAN, China — A Chinese spaceship carrying a three-person crew docked with China’s new space station at the start of 3-month mission Thursday, marking a milestone in the country’s ambitious space program.
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Crime: Golden State Killer - genealogy - forensic - Frazer
…that found the Golden State Killer.
Maryland and Montana have passed the nation’s first laws limiting forensic genealogy, the method that found the Golden State Killer.
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evidence-backed - simon-thomas - well-being
…others may emerge more resilient.
In some individuals, the toll of the past year led to worsening mental health. But research indicates others may emerge more resilient.
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Science: Cherokee Nation - trailblazers - likenesses
Poet and author Maya Angelou, America’s first woman in space, U.S. astronaut Sally Ride, and a revered…
Poet and author Maya Angelou, America’s first woman in space, U.S. astronaut Sally Ride, and a revered Cherokee Nation leader are among female trailblazers whose likenesses will appear on the U.S. quarter.
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Massachusetts Department - beachgoers - beaches
…beachgoers about dangerous lion’s mane jellyfish at three local beaches.
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation is warning beachgoers about dangerous lion’s mane jellyfish at three local beaches.
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Science: Norman Loeb - imbalance - Geophysical - absorbs
Using satellite data, researchers measured what is known as Earth's energy imbalance - the difference between how…
Using satellite data, researchers measured what is known as Earth's energy imbalance - the difference between how much energy the planet absorbs from the sun, and how much it's able to shed, or radiate back out into space. That imbalance...
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Science: Doyle Rice - thorson - Padilla - Voyles - pulver
We talked with scientists and examined years of data to explain why millions across the South are at risk
We talked with scientists and examined years of data to explain why millions across the South are at risk
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Science: interacts - proposes - unknown - theory
Perhaps dark matter is hard to observe because it interacts via a new, unknown force, a novel new theory proposes
Perhaps dark matter is hard to observe because it interacts via a new, unknown force, a novel new theory proposes
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Science: milestone - Three Chinese - spacecraft - manned
Astronauts arrived Thursday at China's new space station, marking another milestone in the country's ambitious space program
Astronauts arrived Thursday at China's new space station, marking another milestone in the country's ambitious space program
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The Mayflower - Alastair Grant - retracing
…vessel had to turn back Friday to fix a mechanical problem.
A sleek robotic trimaran retracing the 1620 journey of the famous English vessel had to turn back Friday to fix a mechanical problem.
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retiring - somewhat - saved - enjoy - piece
…but can’t quite decide which you’d enjoy…
If you’ve saved well enough to retire, but can’t quite decide which you’d enjoy more — retiring now or continuing to work — there’s a piece of research that suggests you might live somewhat longer …
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Science: Egyptian Civilization - archaeological
…while a handful of Egyptian archaeologists…
CAIRO — Workers dig and ferry wheelbarrows laden with sand to open a new shaft at a bustling archaeological site outside of Cairo, while a handful of Egyptian archaeologists supervise from garden chairs.
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Science: Dallas Police Department - Monday Letters
…000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines to Taiwan. The timing could not be more critical. Even amid a recent surge of cases,...
On June 7, the U.S. delivered 750,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines to Taiwan. The timing could not be more critical. Even amid a recent surge of cases,...
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Science: so-called - R-Georgia
I don't believe in that type of so-called science. I don't believe in evolution. I believe in God
I don't believe in that type of so-called science. I don't believe in evolution. I believe in God
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Culture: technology-related - interfered - restore
…related issue interfered with flights for the second straight day.
DALLAS — Southwest Airlines said it was working Tuesday to restore normal operations after a technology-related issue interfered with flights for the second straight day.
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Science: General Manager Guo Liming - British Chancellor
…following a report of a potential radioactive leak.
HONG KONG — The French joint operator of a Chinese nuclear plant near Hong Kong said Monday that the plant is dealing with a “performance issue” but is currently operating within safety limits, following a report of a potential radioactive leak.
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Science: Wuhan Institute - COVID-19 - coronavirus - Virology
The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill Tuesday that aims to boost U.S.
The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill Tuesday that aims to boost U.S. semiconductor production and the development of artificial intelligence and other technology in the face of growing international competition, most notably from China.
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Science: Anthony Kennedy - Retired Supreme Court - universe
In 1992 Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote, “At the heart of liberty is the right to define one’s own concept…
In 1992 Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote, “At the heart of liberty is the right to define one’s own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe and the mystery of human life.”
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Politics: Allan Chapman - Global Petroleum Show - hydraulic
“It makes earthquakes more common and it makes larger ones more common,” said Allan Chapman,…
“It makes earthquakes more common and it makes larger ones more common,” said Allan Chapman, an independent researcher and formerly senior scientist with the…
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Science: AbCellera Biologics - Andrew Petrozzi - sparking
…according to Andrew Petrozzi, principal at broker Avison Young.
A second coming of B.C. life sciences companies, led by heavyweight AbCellera Biologics, is sparking the development of expensive and custom-built commercial real estate space, according to Andrew Petrozzi, principal at broker Avison Young.
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Culture: Seattleite Kelly Brenner - Greater Seattle - Venice
Plug in these audiobooks and go for a walk around Greater Seattle while the weather…
Plug in these audiobooks and go for a walk around Greater Seattle while the weather outside is sunny and warm. From “Nature Obscura,” written by Seattleite Kelly Brenner, to a collection of walks taken by women in Paris, Venice, Tokyo...
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Culture: Joe Biden - Mikhail Metzel Sputnik - architect
What really makes a summit successful, according to the top U.S. architect of the New START treaty.
What really makes a summit successful, according to the top U.S. architect of the New START treaty.
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Voyles Pulver - Doyle Rice - USA TODAY - dinah
The threat of tornadoes has increased in much of the…
The threat of tornadoes has increased in much of the South while it’s generally gone down slightly in the Plains states known as “Tornado Alley.”
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Entertainment: Blue Origin - SiteOne - 14th - amazon
…into space from a launch site near...
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos will put tiny Van Horn, Texas, on the international map next month when he’s scheduled to go into space from a launch site near...
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Health: President Kamala Harris - Naval Academy Friday
…cyber-attacks and climate change.
Vice President Kamala D. Harris told graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy Friday that the military has entered an era of new security threats such as pandemics, cyber-attacks and climate change.
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Science: Blue Origin - Neil Armstrong - up-and-down - 52nd
…Blue Origin, did not disclose the winner’s name...
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — An auction for a ride into space next month alongside Jeff Bezos and his brother ended with a winning $28 million bid Saturday. The Amazon founder's rocket company, Blue Origin, did not disclose the winner’s name...
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Joe Biden - constructive
President Joe Biden agreed in a “constructive” summit to…
GENEVA — Russian President Vladimir Putin says he and U.S. President Joe Biden agreed in a “constructive” summit to return ambassadors to their posts, lowering tensions and b…
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News: rainfall - stretches - yep - H2O - precious
Yep, there's a best time to water them
Yep, there's a best time to water them
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Science: Westminster Kennel Club - tarrytown - fifth-ever
TARRYTOWN, N.Y. — The flavor of the year at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show: Wasabi.
TARRYTOWN, N.Y. — The flavor of the year at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show: Wasabi.
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Science: Tony Caprio National - Sierra Nevada - smoldering
That equates to 10% to 14% of the world’s mature giant sequoia population.
Researchers used satellite imagery and modeling from previous fires to determine that between 7,500 and 10,000 redwoods perished in the fire. That equates to 10% to 14% of the world’s mature giant sequoia population.
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Science: Shower Observatory - Sichuan Province - brilliantly
One of my favorite quotes about science comes not from a practicing scientist but from a comedian, Dara O’Briain.
One of my favorite quotes about science comes not from a practicing scientist but from a comedian, Dara O’Briain. He brilliantly summarized the whole point...
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Science: silvicultural - enhancements - intentions - spends
Opinion: Government's policy intentions paper indicates the province spends over $20 million annually…
Opinion: Government's policy intentions paper indicates the province spends over $20 million annually on silvicultural enhancements, but with an area of 20.3…
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Science: science-minded - Heavenly Harmony - brightest
The astronauts are scheduled to stay three months in the Tianhe, or Heavenly Harmony.
China has launched its first crewed space mission in five years, sending three military pilots rocketing to a new orbiting station. The astronauts are scheduled to stay three months in the Tianhe, or Heavenly Harmony.
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Culture: Washington Times - garsys - foil - illustration
They now merit a public Pentagon study and scrutiny by Congress.
Unidentified Flying Objects have moved out of the realm of tin foil hats and into the mainstream. They now merit a public Pentagon study and scrutiny by Congress.
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Science: celestial - standby - occasion
It’s a good night for the occasion, as our celestial standby reaches one of its closest points…
It’s a good night for the occasion, as our celestial standby reaches one of its closest points to Earth, otherwise known as a super moon.
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Team Rand Paul - Stephen Colbert - COVID-19
…Paul” when it comes to the origins of COVID-19.
Jon Stewart appears to be on “Team Rand Paul” when it comes to the origins of COVID-19.
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Environment: warming - reverse
…above a limit set by the Paris climate agreement.
Within the next 5 years, there's a 40% chance that Earth's annual average temperature will edge above a limit set by the Paris climate agreement.
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pivoting - drops - consumption
…oil companies are pivoting to petrochemicals
As global oil consumption drops, oil companies are pivoting to petrochemicals
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botanical - Cornwall - borrow
…cake at a botanical garden in Cornwall.
Queen Elizabeth II borrowed a ceremonial sword to cut a big cake at a botanical garden in Cornwall.
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Science: business-as-usual - Jon Talton - climate-crisis
…writes economy columnist Jon Talton.
Some landmark defeats for business-as-usual in fossil fuels propel us to what seems like a turning point, writes economy columnist Jon Talton. But time is running out to prevent planetary calamity.
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Science: Discovery Channel - Who Wants to Be an Astronaut
…launch of the winner on a SpaceX rocket.
The Discovery Channel is seeking to cast about 10 would-be astronauts to compete for a seat on a real-life trip to the International Space Station, followed by live coverage of the launch of the winner on a SpaceX rocket.
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Science: capsule - culminate - safaris - yachts
…Caribbean cruises on private chartered yachts.
Forget luxury African safaris or Caribbean cruises on private chartered yachts. Space is now the hot adventure if you can catch a ride. The bidding for a seat on the July 20 launch of Blue Origin will culminate Saturday in...
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Science: Oleg Novitsky - Pyotr Dubrov - Associated Press
…spacewalk to prepare for the arrival of a new Russian module.
MOSCOW — Two Russian cosmonauts ventured out of the International Space Station Wednesday on a spacewalk to prepare for the arrival of a new Russian module.
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Science: flavors - sheds - formulate
A new book sheds light on how food companies use science…
A new book sheds light on how food companies use science to formulate flavors and foods we can’t resist
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Science: Gene Roddenberry - supernova - appreciate
Star Trek fans do agree on a lot.
Star Trek fans do agree on a lot. For one thing, they’re interested in science and the idea of using it to seek out new worlds. They appreciate creator Gene Roddenberry and his vision of a mostly positive future for...
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Health: Southern California - Huntington Beach - scaring
…scaring off some 3,000 elegant terns who had recently laid eggs.
A drone crashed in May on the grounds of an ecological reserve in Huntington Beach, Calif., scaring off some 3,000 elegant terns who had recently laid eggs. Left alone, they are unlikely to hatch.
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Science: CANAVERAL - Juno spacecraft
…provided the first close-ups of Jupiter’s largest moon in two decades.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA’s Juno spacecraft has provided the first close-ups of Jupiter’s largest moon in two decades.
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Antarctic - recognizing - surrounding
…surrounding the Antarctic as the Southern Ocean.
National Geographic announced that it's officially recognizing the body of water surrounding the Antarctic as the Southern Ocean.
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Science: Habitat Discovery Loop - Jurassic Park - Don Lessem
…Jurassic Park” and president and CEO of Dino...
This summer, 22 life-size animatronic dinosaurs have taken up residence in the Habitat Discovery Loop at Woodland Park Zoo. The exhibit was designed by Don Lessem, the science advisor for the film “Jurassic Park” and president and CEO of Dino...
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SFU Ph.D - Cheryl Chan - findings - aggressive
…ants to get rid of spiders, said researchers.
Despite the findings, people should not use aggressive and invasive European fire ants to get rid of spiders, said researchers.
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Science: High Pointe Elementary - prekindergarten
…delighted to see the evolution of a...
Six prekindergarten students quickly grab their red notebooks and move from one station to another, wide eyed and delighted to see the evolution of a...
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Science: Secretary Pete Buttigieg - Aviation Administration
…buses and trains is driven by public…
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said the federal mask mandate for planes, buses and trains is driven by public health considerations.
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Science: Robert Friedland - Erik Schatzker - James Attwood
Robert Friedland says Congo has…
Robert Friedland says Congo has the world's best deposits of the metal used in everything from electric cars to solar panels and power grids
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Collapsed Blame - impassioned - shafer - salvage
…the reality is there’s a demand-side problem.
Despite all the impassioned pleas to salvage local news coverage, the reality is there’s a demand-side problem.
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Science: Chandra X-ray Observatory - false-color - depicting
…stars and countless black holes in the center, or heart, of the Milky Way.
It's a composite of 370 observations over the past two decades by the orbiting Chandra X-ray Observatory, depicting billions of stars and countless black holes in the center, or heart, of the Milky Way.
Astronauts (archive)? Amateur astronauts? Space tourists? Space sightseers? Rocket riders? Or as the… PixabayNypost
Science: Administration Research Center - Langley Field
Astronauts? Amateur astronauts? Space tourists? Space sightseers? Rocket…
Astronauts? Amateur astronauts? Space tourists? Space sightseers? Rocket riders? Or as the Russians have said for decades, spaceflight participants?
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Environment: Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan - Bligh Island
The federal government is taking steps to remove bulk fuel from a vessel that sank in 1968 and is leaking oil off the west…
The federal government is taking steps to remove bulk fuel from a vessel that sank in 1968 and is leaking oil off the west coast of Vancouver Island.
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Science: Government Building - breathtaking - Joseph-Michel
…encircle Geyser Basin. Looking northwest, the view also features the imposing, domed U.S. Government Building.
A hot-air balloon helped get a breathtaking AYPE aerial photo showing off the exposition’s Beaux Arts structures that partially encircle Geyser Basin. Looking northwest, the view also features the imposing, domed U.S. Government Building.
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Health: Washington Times - inextricably - intertwined
Throughout history, the advance mankind has been inextricably intertwined with the advance of technology.
Throughout history, the advance mankind has been inextricably intertwined with the advance of technology.
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Science: creature - fossils - belong
…u00a0cooperensis, that was one of the largest in the world, study says.
Scientists confirmed the finding of a new species of dinosaur, Australotitan\u00a0cooperensis, that was one of the largest in the world, study says.
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Science: alongside
…carrying mission next month.
Jeff Bezos said he will go to space when his company, Blue Origin, launches its first passenger-carrying mission next month. The billionaire, who plans to travel alongside his brother, Mark, made the announcement in an Instagram post Monday.
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Science: loehrke - petras - KT1 - hazardous
2021 KT1, a 'potentially hazardous' asteroid, flew past Earth at 40,000 mph
2021 KT1, a 'potentially hazardous' asteroid, flew past Earth at 40,000 mph
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Science: coronavirus - yoghurt - Wuhan - Hubei - infections
In the U.S., the lab leak theory is part of the conservative arsenal of attacks on those in science and the media
In the U.S., the lab leak theory is part of the conservative arsenal of attacks on those in science and the media
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Science: Aleesha Harris - warmer - Bill Nye - renowned
Not only is the world getting warmer, the world is getting warmer fast, renowned science educator Bill…
Not only is the world getting warmer, the world is getting warmer fast, renowned science educator Bill Nye says. It's the rate.
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Massachusetts Marine Fisheries - Outer Cape
Cape shark researchers tracking a great white roaming the Outer Cape waters are featured in a Discovery promo for next…
Cape shark researchers tracking a great white roaming the Outer Cape waters are featured in a Discovery promo for next month’s Shark Week.
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Science: plant-eating - long-necked - Australotitan
…calling it Australotitan cooperensis.
Researchers in Eromanga, Queensland, said Monday that they had identified the new species, calling it Australotitan cooperensis. It was a long-necked, plant-eating titanosaur estimated to have lived more than 90 million years ago.
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Finance: Blue Origin - daredevilry - 57-year-old - CANAVERAL
…makes its first flight with a crew.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Outdoing his fellow billionaires in daredevilry, Jeff Bezos will blast into space next month when his Blue Origin company makes its first flight with a crew.
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singularly - ruthlessly - organisms - flawed
The evolutionary idea that all…
The evolutionary idea that all organisms are singularly wired to ruthlessly pass on their genes is flawed
Jeff Bezos
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Science: Mark Bezos - Kent-based - spaceflight - Amazon
…based rocket company he founded more than two decades ago, conducts its first human spaceflight.
Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, said Monday that he would take a trip to space next month when Blue Origin, the Kent-based rocket company he founded more than two decades ago, conducts its first human spaceflight.
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Science: Human Landing System - Jeff Bezos - Kent - contesting
…moon at risk or exclude American industry from the opportunity to compete.
At a time when space exploration and development are increasingly competitive on a global scale, we should not put NASA’s flagship program for returning to the moon at risk or exclude American industry from the opportunity to compete.
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Science: President Donald Trump - impeachment - climb
WASHINGTON – If the U.S. Forest Service can do anything to change the orbits of the moon or Earth, Rep.
WASHINGTON – If the U.S. Forest Service can do anything to change the orbits of the moon or Earth, Rep. Louie Gohmert wants to know. During a House hearing, ...
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Science: accelerators - United States - footprints - stifled
Political needs have acted as key scientific accelerators but have also at times…
Political needs have acted as key scientific accelerators but have also at times stifled scientific progress
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Science: Houston Chronicle - China Friday - Coomer
…major hub” for China’s global science and technology collection efforts, according to a new study.
The Chinese Consulate in Houston, ordered closed by the U.S. government last year, was a “major hub” for China’s global science and technology collection efforts, according to a new study.
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Science: Mother Earth - evangelize - czar - UAE - snake
American climate czar, John Kerry, was recently in the UAE to evangelize on behalf of Mother Earth.
American climate czar, John Kerry, was recently in the UAE to evangelize on behalf of Mother Earth.
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Science: world-shattering - Peloponnesian War - Moon
…lunar eclipses like today's sometimes have world-shattering repercussions
In war, imperialism and science, lunar eclipses like today's sometimes have world-shattering repercussions
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Science: Gordon McIntyre - miniature - Bahreyni - behraad
Behraad Bahreyni's team will supply miniature devices that will measure…
Behraad Bahreyni's team will supply miniature devices that will measure gravity, seismic activity
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Entertainment: Henry VIII - samgoldwynfilms - Viking - Roman
…going into a distant place as he does in “Edge of the World” is a familiar journey.
For Jonathan Rhys Meyers, going into a distant place as he does in “Edge of the World” is a familiar journey. Having played King Henry VIII in “The Tudors,” a Viking, first century Roman, ancient G…
driest - cool - 1979 - 1895
The last time June started so hot was in 1979 when temperatures in the first two days of June hit 85 and 88 degrees,…
The last time June started so hot was in 1979 when temperatures in the first two days of June hit 85 and 88 degrees, the weather service says. Washington also had its fourth driest March and April since 1895.
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milestone - journey - peaks - honor
Honor this milestone while making sure not to miss the steps along the way.
Honor this milestone while making sure not to miss the steps along the way.
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Science: Washington Times - rendering - circling - Juno
…close encounter with the celestial body in more than 20 years.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft zipped past Jupiter’s largest moon Ganymede Monday afternoon, the first close encounter with the celestial body in more than 20 years.
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Science: Ashley Ford - Seattle Times - memoir - recommendations
…plus Summer Book Bingo recommendations from local...
Fill out your reading list with a roundup of this week’s Seattle Times books coverage. From reviews of a new memoir and a locally set novel to page-turners that caught our critic’s eye, plus Summer Book Bingo recommendations from local...
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Science: robotic - astronomers - 1990s - phosphine - noxious
…time humans have sent probes to the planet since the early 1990s.
NASA announced a pair of upcoming robotic missions to study our closest neighbor, the first time humans have sent probes to the planet since the early 1990s.
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Science: spacecrafts - UFOs - tasked
Experts say recent reports of UFOs are unlikely to be alien spacecrafts. But many do believe intelligent alien life exists.
Experts say recent reports of UFOs are unlikely to be alien spacecrafts. But many do believe intelligent alien life exists.
COVID
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COVID-19 - coronavirus - pipetting - salon - theory
Salon asked coronavirus researchers to weigh in on the conspiracy theory that COVID-19 leaked from a Chinese lab
Salon asked coronavirus researchers to weigh in on the conspiracy theory that COVID-19 leaked from a Chinese lab
Science: World Health Organization - President Biden
…How did it begin? President Biden set a 90-day deadline this week for U.S. intelligence agencies to come closer to a...
The World Health Organization is facing renewed demands for an answer to a key question about the coronavirus pandemic: How did it begin? President Biden set a 90-day deadline this week for U.S. intelligence agencies to come closer to a...
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Science: British Columbians - Tiffany Crawford - wellbeing
Science World says the honour is in recognition of her commitment to the health and…
Science World says the honour is in recognition of her commitment to the health and wellbeing of British Columbians throughout the pandemic.
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COVID-era Zoom - casually - acknowledging
…that\u00a0emotional struggle.
Transitioning isn’t a choice made casually and I can’t imagine that\u00a0emotional struggle.
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human-caused - Purdue University - deforestation
…caused climate change and deforestation.
Periodical cicadas have existed for more than 5 million years. Now, they're facing threats from human-caused climate change and deforestation.
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spectacles - illuminate - brightest - supermoon
…during a super flower blood moon eclipse.
Sky watchers witnessed one of the greatest sky spectacles of the year Wednesday during a super flower blood moon eclipse.
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Science: Wuhan Institute - narratives - gadflies - eminent
Good journalism, like good science, should follow evidence, not narratives.
Good journalism, like good science, should follow evidence, not narratives. It should pay as much heed to intelligent gadflies as it does to eminent authorities. And it should never treat honest disagreement as moral heresy.
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Science: real-estate - mainstream - magnate - mystery
…been working to push their pet mystery into the mainstream. This year, it broke through.
For years, a loose group of enthusiasts—a pop singer, a real-estate magnate, a banking heir, and a terrorist interrogator—have been working to push their pet mystery into the mainstream. This year, it broke through.
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Shirley Martey Hargis - Xi Jinping - John Yearwood
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Science: temptation - ambiguity - Joe Biden - COVID-19
And get used to ambiguity.
In scientific disputes, resist the temptation to choose a side based on the politics of the moment; wait until the evidence comes in. And get used to ambiguity.
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Science: arachnids - creatures - exotic - reveals
The discovery of exotic arachnids reveals…
The discovery of exotic arachnids reveals as much about the structure of science as it does about the creatures
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Moon - planets - universe - colony - permanent
A permanent Moon colony could become a reality in a few decades
A permanent Moon colony could become a reality in a few decades