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eyeopening.info — There are a lot of unsolved mysteries out there in the world. It’s always our hope that someday, with the proper amount of science and research, we’ll be able to solve them. However, it’s more likely …
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theguardian.com — Should aliens be discovered, public reaction is likely to be positive, say researchers – despite alarming fictional portrayals of contact
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npr.org — Hidden in the narratives of 1970s comics like the Black Panther was an idea that grew like a seed in the imagination of kids like me: Science and heroism were indelibly linked, says Adam Frank.
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