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When a magnitude 8.1 earthquake hit Mexico City in September 2017, residents knew it was coming minutes before the ground started shaking — and they... [Read More]
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The risk for deadly car crashes is higher on 4/20 — the unofficial holiday for cannabis culture, new research says. While the study can't directly... [Read More]
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Praying mantises willing to wear 3D glasses and sit through bizarre, abstract movies have revealed a new way of seeing the world in three dimensions.... [Read More]
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On Tuesday morning, phones across the US East Coast, Gulf of Mexico, and in the Caribbean buzzed with a false alarm about a potential tsunami.... [Read More]
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About 100 million years ago, when dinosaurs roamed the Earth, four, tiny spider-like creatures became trapped in amber. Today, scientists announced they belong to an... [Read More]
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In less than 100 days, Cape Town — a South African city of about 4 million people — could run out of water, in what... [Read More]
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Grapevines are drought resistant enough that California's wineries may be able to dial back the irrigation and keep their plants alive, a new study in... [Read More]
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The 385,000-year-old stone tools from the Attirampakkam archaeological site in India were made with a sophisticated Levallois technique that experts thought had arrived much later... [Read More]
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Every year, seabirds produce more than 1.3 billion pounds of nitrogen (591 million kilograms) and 218 million pounds of phosphorus (99 million kilograms) in their... [Read More]
What might be the oldest human remains found outside of Africa are an ancient chunk of upper jaw still sporting a handful of teeth. Discovered... [Read More]
The Doomsday Clock is now two minutes to midnight, as close as it's ever been to the hour standing in for the apocalypse because of... [Read More]
Scientists have designed a smart contact lens to measure the wearer's blood sugar without using a needle. So far, the needle-less prototype has only been... [Read More]
Electronic cigarettes may be less risky than the regular kind, but that still doesn't mean they're safe, according to the most exhaustive review of the... [Read More]
Epps' flight to the ISS would have been her first to orbit... [Read More]
If you see a monkey in Florida, don't touch it. It seems like pretty basic advice, especially now that scientists have found that more than... [Read More]
In a week of weather disasters, a sprinkling of snow in the Sahara desert was an unexpected bright spot. The freak flurry covered parts of... [Read More]
Waist-high mud flowed through California's Santa Barbara County early Tuesday morning, killing at least six people and tearing homes from their foundations. Firefighters report rescuing... [Read More]
In a warmer world, the future could be entirely female for green sea turtles. These reptiles are born female if they're exposed to warmer-than-usual temperatures... [Read More]
It's a new diagnosis for a centuries-old mummy that scientists once thought had died of smallpox... [Read More]
The genome of an infant buried 11,500 years ago reveals a newly discovered group of ancient people... [Read More]
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