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Achieving liquid light at room temperature will boost research into quantum hydrodynamics.
Researchers may have discovered the oldest homo sapiens yet, in Morocco.
Philosophers David Chalmers and Daniel Dennett argue over “philosophical zombies,” created to question the nature of human consciousness.
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The confidence we crave in our leaders compromises their ability to help us avoid risk.
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Geneticists found certain gene variants were more influential than personality traits, such as grit.