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Technology designed to listen for atomic bombs can also hear tornadoes.
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The universe's largest seismometer reveals clues about the Gas Giant's interior.
A program in Brazil both helped and harmed. What can we learn from it?
Justice is not blind to beauty.
For the first time, light that comes from behind a black hole has been spotted.
Some neurology experiments — such as growing miniature human brains and reanimating the brains of dead pigs — are getting weird. It's time to discuss ethics.
A socially minded franchise model makes money while improving society.
While we can see many solar storms coming, some are "stealthy." A new study shows how to detect them.
English is a dynamic language, and this summer's new additions to dictionary.com tell us a lot about how we're living.
A new study from Iceland confirms that a shorter workweek improves productivity.
Biomedical science assumes that people want to live as long as possible. They don't.
Two-thirds of romances start out as friendships.
Some scientists believe that DMT could revolutionize the treatment of depression.
One man studied apes for 50 years. He says nature isn't as cruel as you think.
Psychedelics have been shown to help reduce depression. This study may show us why.