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Don't let the sun go down on me, unless it's Mars or some other world I see...
Imagine if, in our search, we did encounter alien organisms but failed to recognize them as actual life.
Could you and everything else in the universe actually be an "emergent subthought"? Klee Irwin thinks so.
Astronauts have swelled heads. Literally.
It's starting to get crowded on planet Mars
These exoskeletons might let you out-run a Terminator
Is there a mysterious Planet Nine hiding in the outskirts of our solar system? While there've been hypotheses making such claims, a new study looks to disprove its existence.
Should we be comfortable with Machine Learning?
Make your inside more like your regular day and you may be happier and more prductive
No testing? Here's one solution.
By comparing data derived from gravitational lensing and gamma ray observations....
Wear your mask! it Helps!
Some tips for getting along in our current circumstances
Get some small idea of the challenges facing the design of a fusion reactor
Doesn't matter where or when they come from, Sgt. Keegan does not like roaches!
Rapid thawing of the permafrost needs to be incorporated into climate change models
Two possible new strategies for SETI
Tiny brain region, big impact
Music's effect on animals is species-specific, and seems to require sounds similar to those an animal has encountered in their environment.
Could the Casimir Effect be responsible for the universe's accelerating expansion?
Are we facing an "Andromeda Straini" scenario?
Humans are unique. So is every species
Climate research in spaaaaaace!
Wish music really did soothe the savage beast: we could erect giant speakers in Washington DC and solve all of our issues with the proper playlist
There must be "Hulks" all over the universe
we think that hearing a voice from so long ago will be an unforgettable experience
Scientist duplicates Puppeteer feat
from an era before the dinosaurs
In his new book, The Deep History of Ourselves: The Four-Billion-Year Story of How We Got Our Conscious Brains, neuroscientist Joseph Ledoux assigns himself the simple tasks of explaining how consciousness developed
Zero G seems to have interesting effects on cancer cells