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Where is the Most Fascinating Geology in the Solar System?

I’ve spent the last few days at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting in Seattle. What I’ve schooled is that geology has really left the world and there are some good questions and locations for study geologic problems on other planets in the solar system. This got me meditative …

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Support Bat Week Through Citizen Science

Editor’s Note: Today starts the commencement of Bat Week and there are many opportunities for citizen scientists to get involved. Below, we have reposted an essay from 2015 on the renouned online plan Bat Detective. Want to support some-more bat projects? Check out SciStarter to find a list of fun …

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By the Numbers: Keeping a Heart Healthy

The diminution in out-of-hospital cardiac arrests researchers celebrated in a commander study of the Portland, Ore., area after the Affordable Care Act went into effect. Only prime Portlanders, 45-64 years old, saw this benefit, yet — the scarcely zodiacally insured aged population, 65+, saw no changes.

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Ancient Weaponry, Reloaded

In the Kent State University laboratory for initial archaeology, the Spot Hogg Hooter Shooter, an involuntary crawl launcher, fires arrows filmed by high-speed cameras. The arrows are sloping with mill points, which are replicas of ancient artifacts. The replicas are “worthless … so we can mangle them and use them …

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DNA Edits, Without All the Cutting

(Credit: Liya Graphics/Shutterstock) The human genome is stoical of some 3 billion bottom pairs, the particular molecules that harmonise the DNA. A turn to just a singular bottom span can have thespian consequences if it occurs in certain locations. Cystic fibrosis, sickle dungeon anemia, Tay-Sachs illness and some-more are caused …

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Southern Africa’s New Mega-Carnivore: A Whole Lotta Dinosaur

Known so distant only from its hulk footprints, a new Southern African mega-carnivore is believed to be the region’s largest dinosaur predator ever. (Credit Fabian Knoll and Lara Sciscio) My, what big feet you have…200-million-year-old dinosaur footprints found in the alpine Southern African country of Lesotho are singular within the …

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Unearthed: Remains of the Earliest Known Tsunami Victim

The Aitape skull was detected in Papua New Guinea in 1929, and researchers contend it has suggested that the person many likely died in a inauspicious tsunami. (Credit: Arthur Durband) Tsunamis have claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in the past two decades. Now a new study finds that a …

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Can Animals Show Us How to Treat Depression in Humans?

Can you tell if this chimp’s vexed or not? Don’t be so sure. (Credit: By Lorna Roberts/Shutterstock) Anxiety and basin have spin something of a complicated plague, with the NIH estimating that some 16 million adults in the US gifted at slightest one major depressive part in 2015. For immature people, …

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Did your child get a pea stuck up his nose? Science to the rescue!

Image: Flickr/Jason Rogers Image: Flickr/Jason Rogers Before you go nearby your child with a span of tweezers, examination this! Here, researchers combed the novel for examples of successful dismissal of peas and other objects from kids’ noses using a technique called the “mother’s kiss”. And, as this investigate shows, it …

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