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Some objects were softer than others.
A new study of global love finds that Americans have some of the most loving relationships, while Chinese and Germans have some of the least.
And it's much, much less expensive.
No coat required.
A food fight may finally be put to rest.
The "subarachnoidal lymphatic-like membrane" helps shield and protect the brain.
When boredom creeps in, many of us turn to social media. But that may be preventing us from reaching a transformative level of boredom.
But they're still lovable.
"A modern five-day forecast is as accurate as a one-day forecast in 1980."
For college students, it's the early afternoon.
Goodbye, Arabica? Learn to love Liberica.
We all see beauty the same way.
Running to catch the bus might help you live longer.
Is science for everyone, or just the morally upright?
If everyone just showed up to their appointments, $150 billion of waste could be averted.
Years of shoddy research have overstated the risk.
Paradoxically, some do it for erotic reasons.
Bathybius haeckelii was briefly thought to be the link between inorganic matter and organic life.
Ancient organic chemistry.
It's time for Tetris.