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VIRTUAL TERROR Smoke rises from the Syrian town of Kobane during a 2014 attack by Iraqi Kurdish forces on Islamic State fighters who had taken over the settlement. Researchers say a new computer model may be able to use patterns of pro-ISIS group …
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Superior Edventures camps get kids interested in science
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Lake Superior State University professor Christopher Heth spent part of his Wednesday morning telling stories about the stars to second and third graders — even if he doesn't necessarily think all parts of those stories are true. The children — who

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The New York Times Book of Science: More than 150 Years of Groundbreaking Scientific Coverage
For more than 150 years, The New York Times has been in the forefront of science news reporting. These 125 articles from its archi…

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Video captures tadpole escape artists in Panama
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Although red-eyed treefrog embryos appear helpless within their jelly-coated eggs, they can hatch up to two days ahead of schedule, reacting within seconds to attacks by egg thieves. At the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) in Panama, …

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Gravitational waves caught again
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'The second detection of the gravitational waves from merging black holes is very important. The foundation for the gravitational-wave astronomy is becoming stronger and more reliable,' says Valery Mitrofanov, Professor of the Physics Department of the …
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The FBI must develop 21st-century investigative savvy
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The FBI must develop modern technological capacities rather than relying on out-of-date approaches, Susan Landau argues in this Policy Forum, zeroing in on the organization's recent request to Apple to develop software through which to access an iPhone …

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Human beings around the world may be witnessing one of the most significant dramas in the modern history of the space sciences. The ESA’s Rosetta mission to the comet 67P has shattered the theoretical predictions of standard comet science. For many decades, we were told that comets are dirty snowballs, which formed billions of years ago, tracing back to the solar system’s origins. In contrast, the electric universe has stated for decades that comets, meteors and asteroids are materials excavated electrically from planetary surfaces. Wal Thornhill explains that the Rosetta mission has already provided a stunning confirmation of the electric comet theory.

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