Scientific American

Scientific American

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Got your attention? Thought so. But what is it about a piercing shriek that really turns our heads? It’s what it does to our...

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At more than 7,000 feet (2,150 meters) down in the ocean, the water pressure is a crushing 3,150 pounds per square inch. Oceanographers who...

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If the universe were a fairy tale, the celestial objects called brown dwarfs would be the ugly ducklings. Small and dim as they are,...

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There is a gaping hole in the latest effort to reinvigorate the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI), one so big it could hold an...

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The main criticism of so-called “car hacking” over the past few years has been that cyber attackers could not use wireless commands to hijack...

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The world’s greatest archeologist may not be human, but it is human-made. Global warming, the explorer in question, has melted glaciers that have preserved...

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Share Your StoryUpload Do you ever wonder whether things would be different if a specific event or decision happened differently or not at all? Perhaps...

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In the ground beneath the first Protestant church built in English America, in a settlement partly founded to secure the New World for a...

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“I’ve been given an opportunity as one of the only players, the only one right now, to be inducted into the Hall of Fame...