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The City As Engine: Energy, Entropy And The Triumph Of Disorder

Cities may be the defining element of human civilization. The path from hunter-gatherers in the Paleolithic era 25,000 years ago […]

High School Daze: The Perils Of Sacrificing Sleep For Late-Night Studying

High school students with heavy academic course loads often find the demands of homework colliding with the need for adequate […]

Why Can Some People Recall Every Day Of Their Lives? Brain Scans Offer Clues

Six years ago, we told you about a woman, identified as A.J., who could remember the details of nearly every […]

Swarming Up A Storm: Why Animals School And Flock

By tricking live fish into attacking computer-generated “prey,” scientists have learned that animals like birds and fish may indeed have […]

When This Oil Spills, It’s ‘A Whole New Monster’

Sometime in the next few months, David Daniel probably will have to stand by and watch as bulldozers knock down […]

Jaws, Teeth And Fins! Oh My! ‘Shark Week’ At 25

The Discovery Channel’s annual “Shark Week” is one of the longest running events on cable television. After 25 years on […]

Peaches, Beautiful And Fleeting, Thanks To Fuzzy Thin Skin

If lately you’ve noticed the farmers’ market flooded with signs that say “donut,” “cling,” “whiteflesh” and “freestone,” you won’t be […]

Daily Dose Of Dark Chocolate May Help Lower Blood Pressure

We realize the skinny on chocolate seems too good to be true, but there have been positive signs lately that […]

Changing Climate May Have Led To Earliest Mummies

A couple of thousand years before the Egyptians preserved some of their dead, a much simpler society made the first […]

Climate ‘Weirdness’ Throws Ecosystems ‘Out Of Kilter’

Science journalist Michael Lemonick doesn’t want to be a doomsday prophet, but he does want to be realistic about the […]

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