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sciencealert.com — Alternative facts are spreading like a virus across society. Now it seems they have even infected science – at least the quantum realm. This may seem counter intuitive. The scientific method is after all founded on the reliable notions of observation, measurement and repeatability. A fact, as estab…
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sciencealert.com — Next to the famous Global Seed Vault in Svalbard, Norway, is an abandoned coal mine protecting a different kind of resource against the end of the world: all of GitHub's open source code. Full Article >>
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iflscience.com — The oldest and thickest Arctic sea ice – dubbed the last Arctic ice refuge – is now thought to be disappearing twice as fast as ice in the rest of the Arctic Ocean.  A new time-lapse video (below), created by the American Geophysical Union, shows the age of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean north of Gree…
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bloomberg.com — Venice suffered its second-highest tide on record, threatening its fragile lagoon and Renaissance buildings, as Mayor Luigi Brugnaro prepared to declare a state of emergency and said climate change is menacing the historic maritime city. The flood waters, peaking at 187 centimeters (74 inches) abov…
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complex.com — Netflix is looking to stay competitive as the streaming market gets more crowded.  On Wednesday, Variety reported that Netflix and Nickelodeon are expanding their partnership. The two companies have inked a multi-million dollar output deal to produce original animated features and television shows.…
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9news.com.au — Astronomers have spotted a star speeding through our galaxy at more than 3,728,227 mph. And in 100 million years, it will leave the Milky Way for good. But where did it come from and why is it in such a hurry to leave? Astronomers using the 3.9-meter Anglo-Australian Telescope at the Australian…
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iflscience.com — After not being documented for nearly three decades, many scientists feared the worst for the silver-backed chevrotain, a desperately cute species of mouse-deer that cautiously roamed the jungles of Vietnam. But now, a team of researchers has captured the first photographs of the species in the wil…
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mentalfloss.com — Whether you're into tea, Harry Potter, science projects, creepy stories, or anything in between, countdown the days to Christmas with one of these charming Advent calendars. Counting down the days until Christmas is a wonderful tradition with some pretty old roots. The ritual dates back to the mid-…
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iflscience.com — When dinosaurs roamed the Earth, they did so on the other side of the freaking galaxy. Cleopatra lived closer in time to the creation of the hit TV show RuPaul's Drag Race than she did to the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza. Also, Oxford University is older than the Aztecs (Oxford began t…
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globalnews.ca — The discovery suggests that humans hunted mammoths more actively than was previously thought. Mexico wasn’t always a blistering-hot sunshine destination. Woolly mammoths once roamed the area around Mexico City some 15,000 years ago — and early humans were hot on their trail. Archeologists have dis…
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