Science

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By Rebecca Boyle Mike Pence, the putative next vice president of the United States, does not believe in evolution, thinks smoking doesn’t kill, would like...

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By Andrew Liptak In an attempt to better understand the nature of the expansion of our universe, scientists have created a 3D map plotting the...

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By Katie Rogers It has been a rough year. By now, our violence is down to a pattern, and there is a choreography to our reactions. A...

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By John Schwartz By just about any measure, the movement to battle climate change has grown so large that the truths of Al Gore’s decade-old...

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By Nicholas St. Fleur If Pokémon Go players think catching 151 different pocket monsters on their smartphones is tough, imagine trying to collect more than...

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By Elizabeth Preston One strike against the human species is that we’ve filled the Earth’s oceans and beaches with garbage. A point in our favor,...

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By Rebecca Boyle The aftermath of a star’s death can rival the events of a creation myth. When a star explodes in a supernova, hurling...

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By Andy Extance Had there been a male contraceptive pill in 1976, I probably wouldn’t be here to write this. That was the year when,...

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July 11, 2016 Host: Josh Zepps It was only a couple of decades ago that the most complex handheld computing system fathomable was a TI-83 graphing...

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By Nicholas Bakalar Swordfish are among the fastest fish in the ocean, and now scientists may have found at least one reason: The fish secrete...