Kristin Houser is a staff writer at Freethink, where she covers science and tech. Her written work has appeared in Business Insider, NBC News, and the World Economic Forum’s Agenda, among other publications, and Stephen Colbert once talked about a piece on The Late Show, to her delight. Prior to joining Freethink, Kristin was a staff writer for Futurism and wrote several animated and live action web series.
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Donate a kidney now, and your loved one will have priority status if they need one later.
Instead of digging for metals, we could extract them from salty, subterranean water.
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It walked enough miles to nearly circle the Earth twice.
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The fully functional plant will serve to demo TerraPower's nuclear tech.
Every star we can see, including our sun, was born in one of these violent clouds.
The tiny swimmers appear to transmit signals that "persuade" the female body to have a baby.
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