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Why quantum mechanics might need an overhaul | Science News
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Nobel laureate Steven Weinberg says current debates in quantum mechanics need a new approach to comprehend reality.

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Researchers Isolate a Protein Critical for Spinal Cord Regeneration in Zebrafish
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A team of researchers has identified and isolated the protein that allows zebrafish to regrow their spinal cord. Since zebrafish share most of their genes and proteins with humans, the discovery could further human medicine. The findings may eventually

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, the flagship magazine of the National Geographic Society, chronicles exploration and adventure, as well as ch…

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Mount St. Helens is a cold-hearted volcano
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NOT HOT SEAT While a volcano called Mt. Adams (background) is fed by an obvious heat source, Mount St. Helens (foreground) sits above a wedge of rock formed at the edge (or “cold nose”) of the North American tectonic plate. USGS. EMail. EMail logo …

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Why people don't vote, and what to do about it
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U.S. voter turnout is low compared to other developed countries. Here are some reasons why. by. Bethany Brookshire. 10:00am, November 4, 2016. Share Article. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter. Twitter logo Twitter. Facebook

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Water sensor quickly detects algal poison
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Waves at Pelee Island in Lake Erie can turn bright green during a harmful algae bloom, but chemical testing is necessary to know whether the water is toxic to people. T. Archer, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration. This is one in a

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Teen gets fired up about Christmas tree safety
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The competition was created by Society for Science & the Public — which publishes Science News for Students and this blog. It's sponsored by Broadcom, a company that makes devices that connect to the internet. Every year, this event brings together 30 …

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Hey scientists, how much of your publication success is due to dumb luck?
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What makes some scientists' careers take off whereas others' stagnate? There are personal factors, of course: Some run clever experiments, have good collaborating skills, and are eloquent in communicating their work. But there's also just dumb luck.
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'Time crystal' created in lab
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TIME CRYSTAL Crystals can form in time as well as in space, scientists have confirmed. Scientists hit a chain of ions with lasers to create the time crystal, which undergoes symmetry breaking in time, just as a normal crystal (shown above) breaks the …

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