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Siberia's feeling a little gassy
In Siberia, climate change is causing gassy bubbles to appear in the permafrost.
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The Atlantic hurricane season started with a bang, but since then?
Huge amounts of heat are available to fuel Atlantic hurricanes, but after a strong start to the season, they've vanished. What's going on?
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Good info and good to know that it's a natural weather occurrence fueled by the desert. Unless I missed something it's not caused by humans as some would have us believe.
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Would you eat it?
Food pills were heralded repeatedly and with certainty, beginning back in Victorian times. So why don’t we have them?
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If you eat a pill when will you know when your full?
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Pairing trucks with drones could be the way to sidestep beyond visual line of sight regulations.
Delivery drones could start making U.S. deliveries starting in August by launching from delivery trucks and flying the last mile under human supervision.
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The data is in: the first half of 2016 was the warmest of any year on record.
Even so, Earth's fever has moderated a bit, with last month just barely coming in as the warmest June on record.
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A new, long-limbed megaraptor comes from a paleontological hot-spot in Argentina.
New dinosaur Murusraptor, from Patagonia, provides new clues about mysterious megaraptors, predators without a family tree.
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Venus won’t leave poor Halley’s comet alone, keeps messing with its orbit: bit.ly/2a1Iesi
Though Jupiter is often blamed for the comet's erratic schedule, Venus is currently dominating the ice ball's movements.
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Well it seems inevitable... if you mess up with chaos that's what you get
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Everyone deserves a second chance:
Earlier this year, the X-ray astronomy community experienced the highs of a successful observatory launch followed only a month later with the lows of that spacecraft’s demise. This was the Japanese-led Hitomi X-ray space telescope, and it was supposed to shed light on the high-energy processes of the universe. Instead, it broke apart shortly after …
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Yeah every body deserve a second chance
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1437 year ago.... Quraan narrated it's condition. New science confirmed it's. .....لا اقسم بمواقع النجوم وانه لقسم لو تعلمون..... عظيم. 
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An interview with Gilbert Levin, who came up with an experiment to test for life on Mars. http://bit.ly/2au4UjR
Dr. Gilbert Levin, whose Labeled Release (LR) experiment was one of three instruments delivered by the Viking landers.
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In a stroke of luck, astronomers got a chance to study the atmospheres of two Earth-sized exoplanets: http://bit.ly/2auHjPN
The TRAPPIST-1 system may have three habitable planets. Now we know a little more about two of them after scientists studied their atmospheres.
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"Death tax" and "estate tax" mean the same thing, but sound very different. Here's where it all may have started.
New research utilizing a machine-learning algorithm shows Republicans and Democrats kicked up their partisan rhetoric after 1994.
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Take an exciting adventure with DISCOVER Magazine as it reports captivating developments in science, medicine, technology, and the world around us. Spectacular photography and refreshingly understandable stories on complex subjects connect everyday people with the greatest ideas and minds in science.