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Euclid’s proof of the infinitude of primes opens the door to some interesting questions
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Are they the first animal embryos? 20 years post-discovery, these and other fossils from the 600-million-year-old Doushantuo Formation remain frustratingly enigmatic
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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Murray Gell-Mann’s first paper on quarks, Gell-Mann biographer George Johnson has written several terrific posts about one of the truly great theorists...
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NASA's Insight lander is already pretty dirt-covered, but Mars may help clean it up
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New research is shedding light on how intelligence changes and develops over time
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If you’re pregnant, you may wonder how much exercise is optimal during pregnancy. Luckily, there are some new guidelines for expectant mothers
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A new analysis of fossil beasts adds a new wrinkle to the story of when the Age of Mammals really took off
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Relational quantum mechanics suggests physics might be a science of perceptions, not observer-independent reality
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Rising pollution in Asia is contributing to weaker monsoons, the opposite of what is expected with climate change
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The FDA is stepping up its oversight of the $50 billion nutritional supplement industry
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