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Texas Man Takes Last Stand Against Keystone XL Pipeline

An east Texas landowner was so determined to block the Keystone XL pipeline from coming through his forest that he […]

Instant Christmas? A Snowless Snowstorm Turns Downtown Snowy White

This isn’t snow. It looks like snow. But instead of dropping from the clouds, this storm comes from one enormous […]

Which Is There More Of: Kindness Or Unkindness? A Christmas Accounting

Here’s a notion. It comes from Kevin Kelly, author, editor and friend. He was imagining this: Suppose, he said, that […]

It’s December. Brrrr. Is My House Shivering?

What if, and I’m just being silly here, but what if houses were warm-blooded, and got cold in December like […]

Why Some Kids Have An Inflated Sense Of Their Science Skills

If you’re a student at the halfway point of the academic year, and you’ve just taken stock of your performance, […]

In Calif. Gold Country, A Rush That’s Out Of This World

On the crisp, clear morning of April 22, a 50-ton asteroid slammed into the Earth’s atmosphere and shattered into countless […]

The End Of The World, My Way

The Mayans being before my time, I’m too young for their End of the World. Theirs comes from an ancient […]

A 3.8 Billion-Pixel Tour Of Mount Everest

Photographer David Breashears of GlacierWorks was on All Things Considered Monday to talk about a new way of photographing the […]

Elixirs Made To Fight Malaria Still Shine On The Modern Bar

This week, our colleagues over at the Shots blog have been talking a lot about malaria. And, here at The […]

The Paradox And Mystery Of Our Taste For Salt

Salt is one of those dangerously tasty substances. We add the magical crystals of sodium chloride to almost everything that […]

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