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Within 7 to 11 generations, a plague is removed. [Read More]
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Flood waters on North Carolina's I-40 have receded, giving way to thousands of dead fish that smell really bad. [Read More]
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Solving a different kind of trolley problem. [Read More]
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"Dial-a-yield" tech borrowed from nuclear weapons could make tomorrow's weapons more adaptable to any sized battle. [Read More]
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Really. [Read More]
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The grainy picture, if it is real, leaves plenty of questions unanswered. [Read More]
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Apple COO Jeff Williams opens up about the Apple Watch development process and why the company hasn't yet introduced sleep tracking. [Read More]
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Apparently the cabin crew forgot to flip the switch to keep the cabin pressurized. [Read More]
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The gun was so good, the military asked the company to build something else. [Read More]
Oogonia aren't human eggs, but they're close. [Read More]
The park was devastated by months of constant eruptions from Kilauea, but parts of the park are finally open to the public. [Read More]
Chaotic accretion makes for really fast black holes. [Read More]
A little bit of cholesterol is all it takes to identify a 558 million year old animal. [Read More]
This closure is just one more indicator of the United States' suffering nuclear industry. [Read More]
The "KC-Z" would be stealthy, capable of refueling aircraft over hostile territory. [Read More]
In a first, a net was able to track down its target in space. [Read More]
Step into an alternate timeline. [Read More]
Investigators use novel, high-tech methods to identify the remains of missing soldiers. [Read More]
NASA's TESS spacecraft just took its first photo of the night sky, and researchers using that image have found a planet around another star. [Read More]
A first step away from diesel. [Read More]
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