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The Essence Of Science Explained In 63 Seconds

Here it is, in a nutshell: The logic of science boiled down to one, essential idea. It comes from Richard […]

Fracking’s Methane Trail: A Detective Story

There are a lot of cheerleaders for the nation’s natural gas boom — in part because they believe it’s a […]

CDC Cuts Lead-Poisoning Limit For Kids

Preventing the exposure of kids to lead is a great idea, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today. […]

What Killed Orca Victoria? Some Point To Naval Tests

Few people know the orcas of Puget Sound as well as Ken Balcomb. A researcher with the Center for Whale […]

From Science Fiction To Fact, Robots Are Coming To A Farm Near You

In the Star Wars movies, moisture farmers on dry planets like Tattoine use droids to help with the repetitive, back-breaking […]

Medical Records Could Yield Answers On Fracking

A proposed study of people in northern Pennsylvania could help resolve a national debate about whether the natural gas boom […]

Too Many Cooks, Not Enough Fish. What’s The Solution?

Yes, there are more and more people on the planet, and yes, there are fewer and fewer fish in the […]

California’s Genetically Engineered Food Label May Confuse More Than Inform

When Californians go to the polls in November, they will very likely have the chance to make California the first […]

Maya Artwork Uncovered In A Guatemalan Forest

Archaeologists working in one of the most impenetrable rain forests in Guatemala have stumbled on a remarkable discovery: a room […]

120 Giants Found Living With 86-Year-Old Man

I don’t know what kind of nerve, ferocity and stubbornness got 86-year-old Brendon Grimshaw to buy an island in the […]

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For the Sake of the Song

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