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Has physics ever been deterministic?
Researchers have proposed a new interpretation of classical physics without real numbers. This new study challenges the traditional view of classical physics as deterministic.
30 minutes ago
Science Daily
Has physics ever been deterministic?
How centipedes navigate through land and water
Centipedes not only walk on land but also swim in water. Researchers have, for the first time, decoded the flexible motor control mechanism underlying amphibious locomotion, or the ability to walk on land and to swim in water, in centipedes.
30 minutes ago
Science Daily
How centipedes navigate through land and water
Will Cultured Bacon Be Delicious? A Dutch Startup Is Developing the First Lab-Grown Pork
The food chain has always worked roughly like this: sunlight feeds plants. Plants feed insects. Insects and plants feed animals. Plants and animals feed people. Then eventually"not to get too morbid here"people feed the Earth. Nothing like the circle of life, eh" But the traditional food chain's getting ...
50 minutes ago
Singularity HUB
Will Cultured Bacon Be Delicious? A Dutch Startup Is Developing the First Lab-Grown Pork
Sustainable new material for carbon dioxide capture
Scientists have developed a new material for capturing carbon dioxide. The new material offers many benefits -- it is sustainable, has a high capture rate, and has low operating costs.
2 hours ago
Science Daily
Sustainable new material for carbon dioxide capture
You create your own false information, study finds
Along with partisan news outlets and political blogs, there's another surprising source of misinformation on controversial topics -- it's you. A new study found that people given accurate statistics on a controversial issue tended to misremember those numbers to fit commonly held beliefs.
2 hours ago
Science Daily
You create your own false information, study finds
World's oceans are losing oxygen at a dangerous rate, study says
Scientists warn that ocean deoxygenation will have widespread global effects on marine ecosystems and the people that rely on them.
14 hours ago
Yahoo Science
World's oceans are losing oxygen at a dangerous rate, study says
Blue Origin gets set to send thousands of postcards to space and back on test flight
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin space venture says it's targeting Tuesday for the next uncrewed flight test of its New Shepard suborbital spaceship, with a cargo manifest that should warm kids' hearts for the holidays. The company said in a tweet today that it'll fly thousands of postcards that have ...
17 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Blue Origin gets set to send thousands of postcards to space and back on test flight
The Interstellar Comet Has Arrived in Time for the Holidays
This weekend an ice cube from beyond our solar system will make its closest approach to the sun, trailing mystery and dust.
19 hours ago
New York Times Science
The Interstellar Comet Has Arrived in Time for the Holidays
Why AI Will Be the Best Tool for Extending Our Longevity
Dmitry Kaminskiy speaks as though he were trying to unload everything he knows about the science and economics of longevity"from senolytics research that seeks to stop aging cells from spewing inflammatory proteins and other molecules to the trillion-dollar life extension industry that he and his colleagues ...
24 hours ago
Singularity HUB
Why AI Will Be the Best Tool for Extending Our Longevity
Melting Ski Resorts Have a Snow Machine Problem
The changing climate is warming the slopes, forcing resorts to turn to snow-generating beasts that take a heavy environmental toll.
24 hours ago
WIRED Science
Melting Ski Resorts Have a Snow Machine Problem
Fractured Forests Are Endangering Wildlife, Scientists Find
The world's forests are being carved into pieces. In tropical regions, animals are likely to pay a heavy price.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Fractured Forests Are Endangering Wildlife, Scientists Find
When a DNA Test Says You're a Younger Man, Who Lives 5,000 Miles Away
After a bone marrow transplant, a man with leukemia found that his donor's DNA traveled to unexpected parts of his body. A crime lab is now studying the case.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
When a DNA Test Says You're a Younger Man, Who Lives 5,000 Miles Away
Can Biology Class Reduce Racism?
When it comes to race, "It's always like "O.K., but now we're going to start the lesson on peas,?"" a biology teacher said. A study will test a new approach.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Can Biology Class Reduce Racism?
Space Photos of the Week: What the Parker Solar Probe Will See Once It Reaches the Sun
Images from Parker's predecessors show us what it'll see once it arrives at the Sun.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
Space Photos of the Week: What the Parker Solar Probe Will See Once It Reaches the Sun
A 14-year-old climate activist inspired by Greta Thunberg sits outside the UN on Fridays. She says she's been getting death ...
Sixteen-year-told Swedish activist Greta Thunberg has encouraged students to skip school to demand action on climate change from their governments.
2 days ago
Yahoo Science
A 14-year-old climate activist inspired by Greta Thunberg sits outside the UN on Fridays. She says she's been getting death ...
Closing critical gap in weather forecasting
Scientists working on the next frontier of weather forecasting are hoping that weather conditions 3-to-4 weeks out will soon be as readily available as seven-day forecasts. Having this type of weather information--called subseasonal forecasts--in the hands of the public and emergency managers can provide ...
2 days ago
Science Daily
Closing critical gap in weather forecasting
Innovators have come up with a way to clear forests without setting fires
At the Trinchera Blanca Ranch in Colorado, a massive tree-eating machine called the feller buncher is used to thin out trees
2 days ago
Yahoo Science
Innovators have come up with a way to clear forests without setting fires
A Billion Pixels and the Search for India's Crashed Moon Lander
The Indian space agency has been tight-lipped about the fate of Vikram, but crowdsourcing and NASA's openness led to its discovery.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
A Billion Pixels and the Search for India's Crashed Moon Lander
Dramatic health benefits following air pollution reduction
Reductions in air pollution yielded fast and dramatic impacts on health-outcomes, as well as decreases in all-cause morbidity, according to new findings.
2 days ago
Science Daily
Dramatic health benefits following air pollution reduction
Disappearing frontier: Alaska's glaciers retreating at record pace
Alaska will soon close a year that is shaping up as its hottest on record, with glaciers in the "Frontier State" melting at record or near-record levels, pouring waters into rising global seas, scientists said after taking fall measurements. Lemon Creek Glacier in Juneau, where records go ...
2 days ago
Yahoo Science
Disappearing frontier: Alaska's glaciers retreating at record pace
Big data may not be enough to predict injuries in the NFL 
Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images The NFL is hoping big data tools can help bring down the number of concussions, ligament tears, and other injuries sustained in each game of professional football. Currently, the injury count per game is holding steady at an average of six or seven. League engineers ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
Big data may not be enough to predict injuries in the NFL 
Cannibalistic Dinosaurs Went Through a Lot of Teeth
The only known cannibal among dinosaurs replaced its pearly whites more often than scientists expected, and so did some other carnivores.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
Cannibalistic Dinosaurs Went Through a Lot of Teeth
Carbon markets could strengthen or screw over global action on climate change
Photo by Andrea Ronchini/NurPhoto via Getty Images Leaders from 197 countries are hammering out the details of one of the most contested strategies for tackling climate change: international carbon markets, which allow countries to offset their planet-heating emissions by funding green projects ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
Carbon markets could strengthen or screw over global action on climate change
Weak Arctic ice sees 56 polar bears descend on Russian village
More than 50 polar bears have gathered on the edge of a village in Russia's far north, environmentalists and residents said, as weak Arctic ice leaves them unable to roam. The Russian branch of the World Wildlife Fund said climate change was to blame, as unusually warm temperatures prevented coastal ...
2 days ago
Yahoo Science
Weak Arctic ice sees 56 polar bears descend on Russian village
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