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If philosophers don't try to mesh their long-held views with new scientific insights, then we have a problem.
New experiments look to the interplay between neutrons and magnetic fields to observe our universal reflection.
Cosmologists propose a groundbreaking model of the universe using string theory.
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A new study may change the face of astrophysics.
A mind-bending paradox questions the nature of reality.