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Discovering The Mysteries Of Rice Krispyhenge

Brock Davis plays with food, but not like the rest of us. He’s a graphic designer based in Minneapolis, and […]

How My Voice Went Silent

There’s an old joke around newsrooms: News is something that happens to your editor. If you’ll pardon the self-indulgence, I’m […]

When Flu Pandemics Hit, Closing Schools Can Slow Spread

Everyone knows that when your kids get the flu, they stay home from school. But what does it take to […]

Time Travel And Photos Of Earth’s ‘Oldest’ Animals

Photographer Piotr Naskrecki presented a hypothetical: “If someone said, ‘We have a dinosaur in Central Africa!’ — would you consider […]

International Meeting On Controversial Bird Flu Research Draws Near

The World Health Organization has just one week left to prepare for a highly anticipated meeting on controversial bird flu […]

‘Amasia’: The Next Supercontinent?

The Earth’s continents are in constant motion. On at least three occasions, they have all collided to form one giant […]

‘Rasputin Was My Neighbor’ And Other True Tales Of Time Travel

He was old, but not ancient, the man next to us at the delicatessen. It was 1973. My then girlfriend […]

Robots Encountering Socks

“Consider the perceptual challenges inherent in the robotic manipulation of unseen socks,” says an engineering team at the University of […]

Two Deaths: A Poet And A Beetle

She’d wake up like we do, look out the window just like us, rummage through her days, but somehow what […]

Addicts’ Brains May Be Wired At Birth For Less Self-Control

Many addicts inherit a brain that has trouble just saying no to drugs. A study in Science finds that cocaine […]

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