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Popular Science | 2019-10-21 00:31    
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The weirdest things we learned this week: eating organs, celebrating sweat, and banning dogs https://t.co/z8Rs1okP44 https://t.co/68PCtnyjPo

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Popular Science | 2019-10-21 00:01    
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All the tech news that's fit to look at on your phone while you avoid your friends and coworkers. https://t.co/an44kmvpyn

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 23:31    
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Shelters often mislabel dog breeds. But should we be labeling them at all? https://t.co/58ekHHiqUw https://t.co/MpGzhFiQeB

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 23:30    
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It’s not surprising that Southeast Asia is home to countless ancient Buddha statues, but when one of those statues… https://t.co/6pa4LxnUDC

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2019-10-20 23:05    
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Although they’ve also become a bit of a cultural icon and they’re easily recognized, you may not know how they came… https://t.co/HdzkUXewXb

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 23:01    
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Use more accessories with less shaking. https://t.co/smlgbtINZ2

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Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-20 23:00    
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Can citizen science change the world? Maybe. https://t.co/ZGaj2NpFzD

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 22:31    
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How to manage your digital read-it-later list—before it's too late https://t.co/12EahRDN2U https://t.co/dm9tAlFJKo

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Science News | 2019-10-20 22:20    
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There were no obvious differences in appearance between the chimpanzee organoids and the human organoids. But there… https://t.co/eOPg9fRXoM

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 22:01    
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Engineering Big Ideas: Design for Prototyping https://t.co/leWpYdLeyA

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 22:00    
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Say hello to the 500 species of bugs and insects you share your house with: https://t.co/qE2msYR4Jy
News from Science | 2019-10-20 22:00    
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These membranes can produce power more efficiently than most solar cells, according to research from last year.… https://t.co/hCgHJ4wT6H

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Science News | 2019-10-20 21:50    
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Chemical analyses of fossil sauropod teeth previously suggested that, despite their massive bodies, the animals mai… https://t.co/1N78v1VNZW

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 21:31    
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Believe it or not, you'll actually love watching this video of leaping maggots https://t.co/h7OF5tucta https://t.co/nuvWJLIh7r

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 21:30    
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A researcher describes five years' worth of ethnographic studies of the real vampires living in New Orleans and Buf… https://t.co/tnM623pMiS

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 21:01    
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While the number of species at a given location is staying relatively the same, who is present is changing fast https://t.co/YW3aB4YKU6

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 21:00    
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Do white holes exist? https://t.co/C3rgfQNGBh
Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-20 21:00    
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Harold C. Urey's search for science beyond defence work prompted a shift into studying the origins of life and luna… https://t.co/NXXbmkQb4q

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 20:31    
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How to decode the secret language of birds https://t.co/JgnBH68lqN https://t.co/JrsfP14Vix

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 20:30    
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BPA isn’t the only chemical in our food supply you should be aware of. https://t.co/kzT7oVIZsf
Popular Science | 2019-10-20 20:01    
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DNA from tooth enamel helped scientists trace where humans grew up and how they spent the rest of their lives. https://t.co/osxcrl6hbr

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 20:00    
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While Earth wouldn’t be in any danger if it happened today, the the light would be clearly visible. https://t.co/X4ZcIMSTIo
News from Science | 2019-10-20 20:00    
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Thanks to a rare pouch of artifacts, scientists are uncovering more about the warriors that battled some 3000 years… https://t.co/rlc2EknpmA

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Science News | 2019-10-20 20:00    
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Snail fever, or schistosomiasis, is caused by several species of freshwater parasitic worm that penetrate human ski… https://t.co/7T33rgnjBI

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 19:59    
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Brexit, exams, trying for a baby: How to cope when life is in limbo https://t.co/RMkS9cXhH1 https://t.co/iE9FbG9Lgn

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 19:56    
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The back pain epidemic: Why popular treatments are making it worse https://t.co/4CXgILBxra https://t.co/b6jm6zaWfh

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 19:31    
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6 tasks you can easily outsource online https://t.co/PFiap3KMmn https://t.co/mKBXiF5PbI

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 19:30    
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A discovery might help scientists unlock new treatments for arthritis, soothing aching joints by promoting the grow… https://t.co/MPf151ECnt

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Science News | 2019-10-20 19:30    
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There’s not much to a choanoflagellate. But a new species of these single-celled organisms, animals’ closest evolut… https://t.co/pcVMI978k1

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 19:01    
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All the tech news that's fit to look at on your phone while you avoid your friends and coworkers. https://t.co/63GZpmhpa0

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Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-20 19:00    
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After the euphoria of 2018, this year’s Nobel prizes in chemistry, medicine and physics have again all been awarded… https://t.co/g98K8cDcNi

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 18:48    
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In the age of fake news and manipulation, you are the new battlefield https://t.co/mjPmiMeQRy https://t.co/t1Q0m1dmMT

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 18:31    
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4 great macOS features you can get on Windows https://t.co/xuO5HieMWx https://t.co/UV7iYJXCod

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 18:30    
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Some 4,000 years ago in the Russian steppe, teenage boys were sent to a ritual site to “transform” into dogs by eat… https://t.co/RtoQ4KLUaW

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News from Science | 2019-10-20 18:30    
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Here’s how skimping on sleep can change your appetite: https://t.co/qz8dlATPNT

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 18:01    
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Use more accessories with less shaking. https://t.co/BKlfnDRkff

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 18:00    
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In 1907, a Massachusetts doctor named Duncan MacDougall performed an unusual series of experiments: https://t.co/ehVMLk6dpI
New Scientist | 2019-10-20 17:48    
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Inside Sri Lanka's deadly struggle to live peacefully with elephants https://t.co/yDQhXemG7w https://t.co/7mrCP4TM4W

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 17:31    
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We trained crows to pick up garbage, but can we teach ourselves? https://t.co/sgZFrWlq7B https://t.co/PQH8icmrnj

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 17:01    
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Engineering Big Ideas: Design for Prototyping https://t.co/FpA0GrUi85

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 17:00    
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What were the odds, in a universe so enormous and chaotic, that humans should have come to exist at all? https://t.co/wUGqCU8cLt
Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-20 17:00    
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Three new books on capitalism conclude that in our current global state, the prevailing mode of economic organizati… https://t.co/eemyi6LKFx

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Science News | 2019-10-20 17:00    
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Unlike earthquakes, which are triggered by subsurface shifting within the solid Earth, the driving force behind the… https://t.co/NErspSh1zP

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 16:30    
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When you should eat breakfast—and when you can probably skip it https://t.co/kvSehuHOTM https://t.co/DKjrRrGgbY

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 16:14    
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From 3D-printed living spaces to prototypes of clothing, furniture and a 'wearable gym', a new show at London's Des… https://t.co/1muvOD1bVA

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 16:01    
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While the number of species at a given location is staying relatively the same, who is present is changing fast https://t.co/pmq5vCczdN

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 16:00    
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Sea slugs maybe aren’t the most exciting critters, but they’re certainly helping researchers make exciting new disc… https://t.co/zOQEsMx4ND

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 15:31    
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Americans used to eat pigeon all the time—and it could be making a comeback https://t.co/QbqcSK6taf https://t.co/aGhzAP2OGT

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News from Science | 2019-10-20 15:30    
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In 1919, an experiment pitted Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity against Isaac Newton's gravitational t… https://t.co/Iwhlr0r00z

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 15:02    
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DeepMind AI beats humans at deciphering damaged ancient Greek tablets https://t.co/GxfSNVa4XV https://t.co/fqY1wniuN7

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 15:01    
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DNA from tooth enamel helped scientists trace where humans grew up and how they spent the rest of their lives. https://t.co/owh4ObYy74

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 15:00    
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They're the most famous scientists you've never heard of. But science today wouldn't be at all the same without the… https://t.co/vTCeckPCDu

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Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-20 15:00    
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Japan imported Ebola and four other dangerous viruses in preparation for a possible outbreak at the 2020 Olympics. https://t.co/Ak5QOPI1HP

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 14:31    
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Your guide to the practical uses of hagfish slime, glowworm glue, and other animal goo https://t.co/qxYoVfST2z https://t.co/Qhf7k2vXC6

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 14:30    
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From the vault: Parasitic worms leave millions of victims paralyzed, epileptic, or worse. So why isn’t anyone mobil… https://t.co/ucKaUH1vCm

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 14:17    
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We've seen signs of a mirror-image universe that is touching our own https://t.co/Q3vToix2xq https://t.co/EOWfYTV93w

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 14:01    
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Is a price tag of $40 too high to save a life? https://t.co/VueE5jEZwt

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 14:00    
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How researchers used quantum teleportation to transfer information: https://t.co/FQ4PVioDyI
New Scientist | 2019-10-20 13:54    
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The deep connection between our guts and brains gives us ways to eat ourselves happier – and a few simple changes m… https://t.co/2Vq1d8SzNR

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 13:31    
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Here’s what we had to say about Voyager 1 when it launched 41 years ago https://t.co/ssOlj8Oh7y https://t.co/VdeqZErxe6

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 13:30    
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Certain exercises are better than others at counteracting obesity genes. https://t.co/x7WBkjuk6N
New Scientist | 2019-10-20 13:13    
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DeepMind AI beats humans at deciphering damaged ancient Greek tablets https://t.co/Ljz8BBnFC5 https://t.co/pI3jDSwZ7Q

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 13:01    
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Blue-light filters aren’t going to get you those zzzs. https://t.co/KztBjtIayv

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 13:00    
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Quasars, the distant galaxies with active supermassive black holes at their centers, may be linked to the origins o… https://t.co/I07h1W1dZb

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Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-20 13:00    
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The erroneous conclusion about CCR5 was caused by technical errors in how the mutation was identified in a populati… https://t.co/sbzeDErRDu

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 12:50    
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Tourists risk giving gorillas deadly diseases when they take selfies https://t.co/wRdCnGbAVa https://t.co/TYJOJVJgCq

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 12:30    
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Watch anything you want without signing up for every streaming service https://t.co/GkIhaO36jb https://t.co/tQPkZuBdHZ

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Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-20 12:08    
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🎧⏯ On this week's @NaturePodcast: Investigating child mortality rates at a local level, and building genes from non… https://t.co/U5iuWUN8Vd

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 12:03    
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Far from being a mystical “ghost in the machine”, consciousness evolved as a practical mental tool – and we could e… https://t.co/zt2bCqvMF1

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 12:01    
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Engineering Big Ideas: Design for Prototyping https://t.co/w9Js8Bvyry

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 12:00    
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From the archive: Quantum experiments shows that measurements performed in the future can influence the present. D… https://t.co/Ggb2Gis23u

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 11:30    
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Sweltering heat is exactly the right weather to get your flu shot https://t.co/EoYvhwwkjE https://t.co/R0KN0XewSF

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 11:30    
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Our brains, like everything else about our bodies, change as we age. But the changes that happen to the Alzheimer’s… https://t.co/UnuTyfDwwC

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 11:02    
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Man’s body brews its own beer after yeast take over his gut microbiome https://t.co/ORf6qLGEVv https://t.co/M4cYv0LgsG

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 11:01    
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While the number of species at a given location is staying relatively the same, who is present is changing fast https://t.co/CV131TNNsE

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 11:00    
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It wasn't just an asteroid that killed the dinosaurs, some reseachers argue. Massive volcanoes finished the job. https://t.co/UDgly06nQ2
Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-20 11:00    
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The humble census risks becoming a casualty of the rush to embrace big data. But it has the potential to save lives. https://t.co/bN090DUKnX

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 10:40    
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What if there was no big bang and we live in an ever-cycling universe? https://t.co/ZSIz5n9rCv https://t.co/RTDbNkf4LM

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 10:30    
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How to send secret messages hidden in pictures and songs https://t.co/TxQtAvgO2Y https://t.co/bQOWEz00t3

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 10:01    
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DNA from tooth enamel helped scientists trace where humans grew up and how they spent the rest of their lives. https://t.co/MZYZgCN4Es

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 09:59    
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Google gets green light to access five years of NHS patient data https://t.co/ZYVN9lpfKz https://t.co/GX7wLXg6S7

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 09:30    
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Certain weather makes you more likely to get a rattlesnake bite https://t.co/ut94BAAS4s https://t.co/TSkf9xsEke

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 09:30    
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The story of Srinivasa Ramanujan, one of the greatest mathematical genius the world saw in recent years who had no… https://t.co/kGRLnCG7JL

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 09:01    
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Is a price tag of $40 too high to save a life? https://t.co/G2geEVQypb

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 09:00    
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With more and more mouths to feed globally, insects could be key to keeping our bellies full. https://t.co/zWLHfUobMZ

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Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-20 09:00    
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How did data get so... big? https://t.co/MgdkqZzYDR

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New Scientist | 2019-10-20 08:46    
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Technology’s future isn’t gleaming, it’s dirty and biological https://t.co/WbleGuk8hG https://t.co/7TmTmili57

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 08:30    
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Charted: How hurricanes are becoming more extreme https://t.co/hdJ32YCfNR https://t.co/nEEhmW8v8P

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 08:30    
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Emergent gravity -- the idea that gravity is not a fundamental governance of our universe -- has struck a nerve: https://t.co/D1Ivej4wWe

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 08:01    
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Blue-light filters aren’t going to get you those zzzs. https://t.co/pka6wuJg7P

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 08:00    
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The sudden and silent killer known as SIDS may have an underlying neurological cause that can be fatal under the ri… https://t.co/m6z0m8elgb

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 07:31    
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Conservation takes one scientist to the extreme https://t.co/M4hHrWujSy https://t.co/uqXXNKV2R1

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 07:01    
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Engineering Big Ideas: Design for Prototyping https://t.co/ce0FAH2WND

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2019-10-20 07:00    
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"The commons" is a concept, an ideal. The commons are property we all share, property that’s owned not by any one p… https://t.co/YNK8lWVXmk

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 06:31    
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How to record a phone call https://t.co/oK2es82Ts1 https://t.co/KYtzrnGEmJ

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 06:30    
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Most galaxies have a black hole at the center, and astronomers have found the mass is consistently about 1/1000th t… https://t.co/b3dqumsRL1

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 06:01    
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People will put up with a lot to achieve a first—but a researcher warns against a longer route to the Red Planet. https://t.co/3C9DqBQeKU

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 05:31    
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Hurricane category ratings can be misleading. Check out these deadly ‘minor’ storms. https://t.co/pSZTjdwgIL https://t.co/fvYcmN9t3Z

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 05:01    
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We can’t tell if they were dancing, but we can learn something about their social lives—up until their untimely dea… https://t.co/gPCWFD4xFU

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-20 05:00    
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Buried deep in a cave for nearly half a million years, it's still not clear how these Neanderthal ancestors met the… https://t.co/jRyDpghZiN

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2019-10-20 04:00    
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When the staff at the Queens Museum learned that a traveling exhibition dedicated to Rube Goldberg was touring the… https://t.co/UxYMv7xk82

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 00:31    
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The secret to eating well on your next camping trip: https://t.co/zV3e3vQ4QS https://t.co/LLcdN65BTU

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Popular Science | 2019-10-20 00:01    
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We can’t tell if they were dancing, but we can learn something about their social lives—up until their untimely dea… https://t.co/24Y1ezEKFw

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 23:31    
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You’re too addicted to your phone to quit cold turkey—here’s what to do instead https://t.co/miP2ZUP299 https://t.co/2lgRpCCAlT

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 23:30    
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It may sound like something out of science fiction, but scientists grew mini-brains in a lab with functional neural… https://t.co/p3KkYw9OBg

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 23:01    
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Is a price tag of $40 too high to save a life? https://t.co/FRQBayJKbh

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Science News | 2019-10-19 23:00    
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Watch as a group of single celled organisms called choanoflagellates band together and “flip out.”… https://t.co/emNg0iJaFS

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Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-19 23:00    
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'De novo' genes, or genes built from scratch, are prompting some scientists to rethink some portions of evolutionar… https://t.co/I7lLkgAgHD

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 22:31    
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Oyster architecture could save our coastlines https://t.co/kvl3nFiKLn https://t.co/BtZy75sUFq

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 22:30    
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#6: Marijuana originated in Asia https://t.co/TWZrjmSNv0
News from Science | 2019-10-19 22:10    
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This exercising mouse is helping itself and its offspring, a 2018 study suggests. #ScienceMagArchives https://t.co/jbYXBwV7WJ

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 22:01    
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Blue-light filters aren’t going to get you those zzzs. https://t.co/osEPtmQJwU

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 21:31    
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How to pick an ant farm for grown-ups https://t.co/Rf0UJmceOV https://t.co/IZtyGbB4xy

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 21:30    
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A study provides an interesting explanation for one of biology’s most enduring mysteries: the female orgasm. https://t.co/mpsIWdB1OB
Popular Science | 2019-10-19 21:01    
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The blood sucking critters are not as scary as you might think. https://t.co/vSLkwKNCPV

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 21:00    
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There's actually some evidence for sapiosexuality — an attraction to intelligence. https://t.co/7mqoYFnOqC
Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-19 21:00    
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A new project in Canada aims to study everything from the inner Earth to the upper atmosphere. https://t.co/HMG4DshYZY

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 20:31    
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When to give up on the food in your pantry https://t.co/cekG2Bx1pJ https://t.co/g4ojOjSJ9i

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 20:30    
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The existence of parallel universes may seem like something cooked up by science fiction writers. But the idea that… https://t.co/YA0oCXcPdI

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 20:01    
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You can't mac this up. https://t.co/WXH6Enhipz

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 20:00    
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The Kilopower reactor is tiny, and it could power the spacecraft of the future. https://t.co/73Mr2jld6Y
News from Science | 2019-10-19 20:00    
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Sauropods, the largest terrestrial animals ever to have lived, may have relied on foods more nutritious than ferns… https://t.co/5qU0raCDVF

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New Scientist | 2019-10-19 19:35    
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Long strand of DNA from Neanderthals found in people from Melanesia https://t.co/kAb82B9fqC https://t.co/VTP0sVTnlS

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 19:31    
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7 ways augmented reality can change the way you use your phone https://t.co/ggW7yOzwam https://t.co/ZtSF4pFSpl

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 19:30    
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Meet Hubble's successor. https://t.co/yGssHLpUhF

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 19:01    
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The national park’s exotic donkeys might not be the nuisance we thought they were. https://t.co/QboqWxODZx

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Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-19 19:00    
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One-third of all food goes to waste, and yet governments and other players in the food system are unable to prevent… https://t.co/bdIuyfvrqv

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 18:31    
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How to use your smartphone without leaving a trace https://t.co/WrKajuA2RM https://t.co/BnmYuTrGzh

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 18:30    
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Allergies make millions of us miserable, and scientists aren’t even sure why they exist. But one master immunologis… https://t.co/vDo7811CLD

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News from Science | 2019-10-19 18:30    
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For decades, scientists have been digging up groups of fossilized trilobites—only to find the creatures lined up. N… https://t.co/dFJgsHLpX7

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 18:01    
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Is a price tag of $40 too high to save a life? https://t.co/0fhoeVDD7J

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 18:00    
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Earth has a second moon: https://t.co/Cx0B2yNynj
Science News | 2019-10-19 18:00    
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We're hosting a live chat with marine ecologist Malin Pinsky, an expert on how climate change affects ocean life, o… https://t.co/9oZ3bDpnQk

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 17:31    
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These lizards are the holy grail of herpetology—they're also targets in the illegal wildlife trade… https://t.co/NoaLe03694

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 17:30    
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Gray whales are suddenly showing up in the Atlantic Ocean. https://t.co/la6yVdRvcT
New Scientist | 2019-10-19 17:12    
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Is reality real? How evolution blinds us to the truth about the world https://t.co/Exvh8wUmoO https://t.co/Gj9TIlStUr

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 17:01    
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The waterproof, breathable tech is called Futurelight. https://t.co/Yd81GVDmr0

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 17:00    
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The most likely reason for our obesity epidemic is the one we don’t want to hear. https://t.co/TTyQvBhNPr
Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-19 17:00    
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Genetically encoded voltage indicators change colour in real time when neurons transmit electrical information, off… https://t.co/JJkq8jdOGc

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 16:31    
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24 hidden iPhone settings you should know about https://t.co/RfQR2676nO https://t.co/EjN1hdMrPC

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 16:30    
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Star Trek is still pretty far off. https://t.co/Nf8QNYbm92
New Scientist | 2019-10-19 16:24    
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Quiz: How well do you cope with uncertainty? https://t.co/TrylGr5UZH https://t.co/AHOo02nG9b

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 16:01    
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We can’t tell if they were dancing, but we can learn something about their social lives—up until their untimely dea… https://t.co/FhfSEwuv33

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New Scientist | 2019-10-19 16:01    
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How to build resilience when life is in limbo https://t.co/BuWknf6W4v https://t.co/67eAdPMfUo

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 15:31    
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How to survive a mountain lion encounter https://t.co/Ef31P2CwG6 https://t.co/hgJzxIT4Jx

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 15:30    
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Long ago, the North Pole would have been closer to Greenland than it is now, and the South Pole would have shifted… https://t.co/KpVy853m1Z

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News from Science | 2019-10-19 15:30    
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Texas's cancer funding agency has handed out most of its initial $3 billion, boosting prevention services, academic… https://t.co/0ysBPxsMOp

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 15:01    
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You can't mac this up. https://t.co/6KJOgj0kgj

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 15:00    
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The technologies that could someday enable human expeditions into interstellar space, under the speed of light. https://t.co/FpW0jGBtyb
Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-19 15:00    
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If governments are to uphold citizens’ rights to health, they must consider the social determinants of children’s w… https://t.co/u1LNqaCnoD

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 14:31    
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Meet the menagerie of parasites that can live in human eyes https://t.co/GC7K6BYRWq https://t.co/EclvP3nZUl

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 14:15    
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Ancient hobbits are an example of the "island effect."  https://t.co/V4Eu29JXq0  Via @atlasobscura

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 14:01    
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The blood sucking critters are not as scary as you might think. https://t.co/iDGrgdqvFm

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Discover Magazine | 2019-10-19 14:00    
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It takes just six hours for billions of nanoplastic particles to accumulate throughout the body of a sea scallops. https://t.co/Xa20gZil0e
Science News | 2019-10-19 14:00    
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Lurking within a solid crystal is a phenomenon that is mathematically similar to proposed subatomic particles calle… https://t.co/hLYXIz9sff

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New Scientist | 2019-10-19 13:49    
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Creepy human-like skin makes your phone ticklish and pinchable https://t.co/yPo8jX0eFF https://t.co/pCaaD7rk88

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 13:31    
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Desk stuff to make your workday more productive, cheerful, and disaster-proof https://t.co/RMIhQdvLFt https://t.co/1ZYnavy9kw

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Popular Science | 2019-10-19 13:01    
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The national park’s exotic donkeys might not be the nuisance we thought they were. https://t.co/U3oFIYce0p

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Nature News & Comment | 2019-10-19 13:00    
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Peer review process helps funders make decisions, but researchers say it is time-consuming and lacks transparency. https://t.co/bUvzWxiqJL

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Science News | 2019-10-19 13:00    
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More than 700 million people globally live in extreme poverty. The three laureates design and test interventions ai… https://t.co/NmXaVlii6Q

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