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The Future of the Coronavirus? An Annoying Childhood Infection
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Once immunity is widespread in adults, the virus rampaging across the world will come to resemble the common cold, scientists predict. ...[Read more]
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Thank Socialism for the Vaccine. Blame Capitalism for Its Distribution.
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The jaw-dropping speed of COVID-19 vaccine development is a glorious marvel of science, cooperation, and economic planning — a glimpse of how much more an egalitarian world could produce and achieve. But the lifeboat ethics of vaccine rollout is a horri ...[Read more]
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China ready to share moon rocks delivered by it probe, but US own restrictions might prevent it from getting any
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China’s space agency has announced that it will share data and samples obtained from the moon by its Chang’e 5 probe under international conventions, although US restrictions could prevent them from receiving it. ...[Read more]
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Novel antioxidant makes old blood vessels seem young again
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Older adults who take a novel antioxidant that specifically targets cellular powerhouses, or mitochondria, see aging of their blood vessels reverse by the equivalent of 15 to 20 years within six weeks, according to new study. ...[Read more]
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New study has a theory for why we haven’t found aliens yet, and it makes a whole lot of sense
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Mankind has been gazing into space for some time now, but scientists still haven’t found any evidence that intelligent life exists in our neck of the cosmic woods. The universe is, of course, huge, so we normally just assume that our inability to detect ...[Read more]
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Gravity and good timing helped the Hubble spot a star from the early universe
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When looking back into the deep recesses of the universe, even huge objects like planets, stars, and galaxies can appear small. Magnification can help, but how do you get a magnifying glass large enough to spot stars billions of light years away? ...[Read more]
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The ‘Alien Megastructure’ star is acting weird again
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Early last year a far-off star captured the imagination of the scientific community thanks to its incredibly bizarre behavior. The star, which is officially named KIC 8462852 but is better known as “Tabby’s Star,” frequently goes dim at unpredictabl ...[Read more]
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Rodent explosion: British Lab ‘accidentally’ breeds 180,000 mice, conducts unauthorised experiments
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A British laboratory has bred almost 180,000 mice by mistake. It also performed unauthorised experiments on the creatures, according to a Home Office report, which highlights dozens of shocking non-compliance cases in UK labs. ...[Read more]
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1st Known Interstellar Visitor Gets Weirder: Oumuamua Likely Had 2 Stars
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Our solar system's first known interstellar visitor is likely even more alien than previously imagined, a new study suggests. The mysterious, needle-shaped object 'Oumuamua, which was spotted zooming through Earth's neighborhood last October, probably ori ...[Read more]
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Russian Scientists Create Light-Emitting Nanoantennas
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - On Russian Science Day young scientists from ITMO University (St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics) reported their success in designing light-emitting nanoantennas, which are new ...[Read more]
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Emotional bond between humans and dogs dates back 14,000 years
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Prehistoric people may well have had an emotional bond with domesticated dogs much earlier than we thought. Leiden Ph.D. candidate and vet Luc Janssens discovered that a dog found at the start of the last century in a grave dating back 14,000 years had be ...[Read more]
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