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Loudest monkeys have smallest balls

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The subsequent time we hear a howler gorilla creation a loud, deep-throated call in a jungle, we competence be right to wonder, “Is he compensating for something?” A investigate out Thursday in a biography Current Biology found that masculine howler ...

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Carbon Nanotube Pollutants Found in Human Lungs

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Some potentially unfortunate news out of France this week: Researchers investigate a lungs of immature Parisian asthma patients have found justification that synthetic CO nanotubes are apropos a common atmosphere pollutant. Carbon nanotubes are deliberately made in several industries — ...

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Sunscreen could save your life – and kill a coral reef

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When we conduct out for a scuba-diving journey nearby a coral embankment subsequent summer, remember to leave your sunscreen during home. Say, what? We’ve all been told for years to slather ourselves in sunscreen whenever we spend time outside. And, ...

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Quantum Theory Experiment Said to Prove ‘Spooky’ Interactions

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Quantum Theory Experiment Said to Prove ‘Spooky’ Interactions

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Surprise Halloween asteroid to expert past Earth

Earlier this month, scientists during NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory beheld something: a formerly unclear asteroid streamer this way. The rock, called 2015 TB145, is somewhere between 290 meters and 650 meters (950 feet and 2,100 feet) in diameter, and experts ...

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Surprise Halloween asteroid to expert past Earth

Earlier this month, scientists during NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory beheld something: a formerly unclear asteroid streamer this way. The rock, called 2015 TB145, is somewhere between 290 meters and 650 meters (950 feet and 2,100 feet) in diameter, and experts ...

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Pig-snouted turtle from dinosaur epoch detected in Utah

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‘Death Star’ Vaporizes Its Own Planet: 1st Evidence

A Ceres-like asteroid solemnly disintegrates while orbiting a white dwarf star in this illustration. A identical intent seems to be entrance detached as it orbits one of a white dwarfs imaged by a Kepler Space Telescope during a K2 goal ...

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Hints of life on what was suspicion to be barren early Earth

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WASHINGTON — Scientists have found fossil-like hints that some kind of life existed on Earth 4.1 billion years ago — when a world was a small volcanic toddler. That’s 300 million years progressing for life to cocktail adult than formerly ...

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