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The Myanmar Jerdon's babbler was thought to have gone the way of the dodo—until scientists stumbled across it during a 2014 expedition.
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Ecology has always been a bit doughy compared to subject like physics, chemistry, and hell, even biology. But cut ecologists some slack. The places they study, like alpine prairies, peat bogs, or oases, are the diametric opposite of controlled lab settings. So how do you bring hard data to the study of life on our soft planet? A new map.
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To all our international readers, this is actually how many people talk in New England. Chalk this up as a cultural experience. For those in New England, here’s your latest [...]
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From an extraterrestrial eye-view, on down to the subatomic particle-spawning collision detector, see the ALICE control center from which basic physics discoveries are springing.
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Another round of heavy snow swept across the Northeast early in the week, dumping more inches onto the city of Boston, which was stricken by more than 70 inches in the 30 days.
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Stunning Nighttime Pictures of Chilean Volcano Erupting
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One of Chile's most active volcanoes erupted earlier this week, forcing thousands to flee.

'Extinct' Bird Rediscovered in Myanmar, Surprising Scientists
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The Myanmar Jerdon's babbler was thought to have gone the way of the dodo—until scientists stumbled across it during a 2014 expedition.

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New Map Shows the World's Ecosystems in Unprecedented Detail | WIRED
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Ecology has always been a bit doughy compared to subject like physics, chemistry, and hell, even biology. But cut ecologists some slack. The

PHOTOS: These Repeating Patterns Found in Nature Will Change the Way You...
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The beautiful and intricate forms of nature have long been studied by mathematicians dating as far back as the era of classical antiquity, b

Weekly Wrap-Up: Boston Digs Out Amid Eighth Snowiest Winter on Record
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Another round of heavy snow swept across the Northeast early in the week, dumping more inches onto the city of Boston, which was stricken by

Watch: See the Dark Side of Boxing in 'Champs' Documentary Trailer
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As someone who isn't the biggest sports guy, the fascination with the sport of boxing is a mystery to me. But at the same time, I've enjoyed

Absurd Creature of the Week: The Badass Snail That Has a Shell Made of I...
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In what is arguably the most famous scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, King Arthur faces the Black Knight, relieving him of his lim

6 of the Most Audacious Science Hoaxes Ever
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From Bigfoot to the Loch Ness Monster and Piltdown Man, these are some of the biggest hoaxes ever perpetrated.

Excellent Short Doc on the Complex Puppetry Inside Jabba the Hutt
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He was entirely alien, and hopefully people aren't aware of how he's being operated. This is an exciting year for Star Wars, with a brand ne

What's Up With That: Why Do Cats Love Boxes So Much? | WIRED
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What are we to make of the strange gravitational pull that empty boxes have on cats?

Crossing Pacific, Balloonists Unofficially Set New Records
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Two pilots have traveled more than 5,208 miles in a helium-filled balloon, unofficially setting new records for distance and flight duration

Winter Safety: Four Dangerous Driving Myths Debunked
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Motorists should steer clear of these four myths to stay safe during the worst winter weather.

World's Oldest Fire Has Been Burning for 5,500 Years : DNews
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An underground fire in Australia has been burning continuously since before the Bronze Age. Continue reading →

Dr. Jeff Masters' WunderBlog : A Striking Change in Lightning Deaths | W...
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The Weirdest, Coolest Stuff We've Learned About Rosetta's Comet So Far |...
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The Rosetta spacecraft has been studying comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko up close since August, collecting data of unprecedented detail and

The Most Ancient and Magnificent Trees From Around the World | WIRED
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The Bowthorpe Oak is a massively thick, millennium-old tree in Lincolnshire, England that once was rumored to hold three dozen people in its

'The Hunting Ground' Doc Trailer Exposes College Sexual Assault
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After exposing sexual assault in the United States military at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, the team behind The Invisible War is back at

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Physicists Conjure Curves From Flat Surfaces Using Japanese Folding Art ...
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Try gift-wrapping a soccer ball, and you will quickly encounter the geometric abyss between paper’s inherent flatness and a sphere’s natural