Science

Science

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By Britt Marie Hermes Just a few years ago, I was a practicing naturopathic doctor. I considered myself to be a primary care physician who...

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By John G. Messerly Phil Torres’ new book The End: What Science and Religion Tell Us about the Apocalypse, is one of the most important...

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By Alister Doyle Some coral reefs are thriving and scientists say they may guide efforts to curb threats such as over-fishing and climate change which...

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By Cathy Lynn Grossman Creationist Christian tourists may soon flock to the Ark Encounter, a literal vision of Noah’s story in Genesis come to life...

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By Sunday Morning Live Naga Munchetty hosts the first show of a new series. Includes an interview with evolutionary biologist Professor Richard Dawkins. Check out the...

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By Brian Kahn We’re officially living in a new world. Carbon dioxide has been steadily rising since the start of the Industrial Revolution, setting a new...

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By Michael Slezak Human-caused climate change appears to have driven the Great Barrier Reef’s only endemic mammal species into the history books, with the Bramble...

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By Donald G. McNeil Jr. In the aftermath of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla., 53 people were alive but wounded, many in desperate...

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By Dennis Overbye Many of you asked questions about black holes so profound and clever I couldn’t even start to answer them. Quite a few readers...

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By Jason Thomson Nature can turn carbon dioxide into rock, but it takes thousands upon thousands of years. Scientists in Iceland may have just figured...