Newsletter

Newsletter

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By Loren Grush Scientists say they have figured out the most precise age for the Moon than ever before, thanks to samples of lunar rocks...

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By Frank DiGiacomo Warren Allen Smith stood in his cramped Greenwich Village studio apartment and recalled the time he scared the heck out of Gore...

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By Sohaila Abdulali On a recent return to New York after a short trip to India, I waltzed through immigration with my nice blue US...

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By Sarah Whitlock PITTSBURGH - I meet science skeptics everywhere. Buses, planes, supermarkets — all are packed with people eager to share their doubts that GMOs...

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"Thomas Jefferson was a deist, living just like an atheist with no religious practices, but believing there had to be some kind of starter...

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"What's more, different ways of coming out don't just have personal impacts in people's lives. They have political implications as well. And those will...

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Despite the challenges we see before us, scientific discovery never stops. If you were to make your best guess (or perhaps if you possess...

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By Sophie Bushwick Antimatter, the equal-but-opposite twin of regular old stuff, is a finicky material. It’s only in the past 20 years that scientists have...

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By Chris Mooney The Office of Special Counsel, an independent U.S. agency that protects whistleblowers and investigates prohibited practices that affect government employees, declined this...