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How thirsty early humans might have left Africa

How thirsty early humans might have left Africa

Spectacular time-lapse of the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket from SpaceX #Science #Arizona #California #Falcon_9 #Jesse_Watson

Spectacular time-lapse of the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket from SpaceX #Science #Arizona #California #Falcon_9 #Jesse_Watson

Can e-cigarettes help smokers quit?

Can e-cigarettes help smokers quit?

The oldest Homo sapiens yet

New Homo sapiens fossil bones are the oldest yet

Melting glacier leads to first modern ‘river piracy’

Melting glacier leads to first modern ‘river piracy’

How mosquitoes get away before you can slap them

How mosquitoes get away before you can slap them

How much plastic have humans made?

We cannot continue with business as usual unless we want a planet that is literally covered in plastic plastics infographic 1

Sharing your photos could improve flood warnings

Peak Design’s “Give A Shot” Program Connects Outdoor Photographers with Environmental Non-Profits

Did fruit, not friends, give us big brains?

Finding fruit for dinner is harder than munching on some leaves. This suggests brain size may have a lot to do with what we eat, not how social we are.

How much water flows into agricultural irrigation?

How much water flows into agricultural irrigation?

Haven is the Edward Snowden app that turns our smartphone into a complete surveillance system

Haven is the Edward Snowden app that turns our smartphone into a complete surveillance system

Four ways to make your smartphone more fun

We all know smartphones are both practical and fun in their design. They store our favorite memories, connect us with the world, and offer up apps and games to keep us entertained. However, there are plenty of ways to make them even more fun.

Rover findings indicate stratified lake on ancient Mars

Rover findings indicate stratified lake on ancient Mars

NASA calculates Tropical Storm Harvey’s flooding rainfall

At NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, an analysis of Hurricane Harvey's tremendous rainfall was created using eight days of satellite data.

Volcanic eruptions led to mass extinction 250M years ago

A study by a researcher in the Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences offers new clues to what may have triggered the world's most catastrophic extinction, nearly 252 million years ago.

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