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How Much Water Is There On Earth? Magellan Would Be Shocked

Water feels good when we’re thirsty, cools us when we’re hot, looks great in a pond, a lake, a cloud. […]

Mummies: ‘Visitors From The Past’ Who Can Help Solve Mysteries Today

What is it about mummies that fascinate so many people? “Mummies seem to have an intrigue,” says James Delay. They […]

Clouds Appearing Suddenly, Suddenly Explained

Last week, I wrote a post about cloud watching and invited readers to send photos. To everybody who sent a […]

Why Seeing (The Unexpected) Is Often Not Believing

Two months ago, on a wooded path in upstate New York, a psychologist named Chris Chabris strapped a video camera […]

Isn’t That A …?

It’s getting warm enough now to climb a hill, lay down in the grass, look up at the clouds, and, […]

Advanced Tornado Technology Could Reduce Deaths

Tornadoes have killed at least 530 people in the U.S. this year, the highest death toll since 1950. But researchers […]

Squeaking Up A Storm: Yes, That Mouse Is Singing

When you think of animals that sing, birds will certainly come to mind. Whales might, too. But mice? Or fish? […]

Getouttamyway! (Thoughts On City Traffic)

I’ve been to Rome, so I’ve seen the dark side: a traffic intersection where everybody decides to get where they’re […]

All Pumped Up: Can Stem Cells Fix Human Hearts?

Installing a pump or an artificial heart is not likely to become mainstream treatment for heart disease. Scientists are more […]

Heart With No Beat Offers Hope Of New Lease On Life

The search for the perfect artificial heart seems never-ending. After decades of trial and error, surgeons remain stymied in their […]

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