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The great astrophysicist Fred Hoyle, 1915-2001, named the big bang theory but never embraced it…

The bias built into the health system means they will have worse outcomes on average if they get sick

Universities are creating new tools to guard research against threats to national security and competitiveness

Campaigns such as #See10Do10 can make a sometimes frivolous way of communicating socially useful

Keeping them open can help people with alcohol use disorder avoid withdrawal symptoms, including tremors, hallucinations and seizures

This moment of crisis calls for the nation to rediscover its powers of discovery

As Abraham Maslow wrote, “One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again”

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If we’re going to find extraterrestrials, we need to stop assuming they’ll think like humans

Despite entrance fees being waived, this is not a good time to pack into the U.S.’s national parks

19 hours ago — Dana Hunter

Harold’s 165-mph winds make it the fourth strongest tropical cyclone on record in the Southeast Pacific

April 6, 2020 — Jeff Masters

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