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By Michael Marshall Life may have begun on our planet hundreds of millions of years earlier than thought, according to two studies published this week....

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By Tia Ghose The amount of carbon dioxide that humans will have released into the atmosphere by 2100 may be enough to trigger a sixth...

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By Alexandra Witze Hawaii’s board of land and natural resources granted a fresh construction permit to the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on 28 September, reviving the...

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(JJS) CFI : Avec plaisir. CFI (Center For Inquiry) et RDFRS (Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science) m’ont demandé de les représenter au...

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By Mike Wall Some former NASA astronauts have a message for flat-Earther B.o.B: The curve is real, and we've seen it. Last week, the Atlanta-based rapper...

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By Joshua Sokol A central mystery surrounds the supermassive black holes that haunt the cores of galaxies: How did they get so big so fast?...

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By Jo Marchant Biologists are racing to secure a visit to a newly revealed region of the Southern Ocean as soon as it is safe...

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By Leah Crane Another gravitational wave has been detected, this time by the new Virgo detector in Italy. The observation comes on the tail of rumours...

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By Christopher Ingraham The fertility rate in Flint, Mich., dropped precipitously after the city decided to switch to lead-poisoned Flint River water in 2014, according...

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By Stephanie Pappas Trilobite tummies were more complex than previously believed, new fossils reveal. The fossils, which hail from China, preserve the guts of trilobites in long, iron-rich strips....