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California’s Underwater Forests Are Being Eaten by the ‘Cockroaches of the Ocean’ 22 Oct 9:53pm Updated California’s Underwater Forests Are Being Eaten by the ‘Cockroaches of the Ocean’
Climate change is ravaging California’s underwater kelp forests. That’s caused what one scientist called a “perfect storm” in the ecosystem.
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Anatomy Does Not Determine Gender, Experts Say 22 Oct 6:11pm Anatomy Does Not Determine Gender, Experts Say
Efforts by the Trump administration to narrowly define gender as determined by genitals defy medical and scientific knowledge.
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Lawrence Krauss to Retire From Arizona State After Sexual Misconduct Accusations 22 Oct 6:07pm Updated Lawrence Krauss to Retire From Arizona State After Sexual Misconduct Accusations
The university found that Dr. Krauss, a prominent theoretical physicist professor, grabbed a woman’s chest in 2016. He denied he “harassed or assaulted anyone.”
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In Africa, ‘Paper Parks’ Are Starved for Cash 22 Oct 5:04pm Updated In Africa, ‘Paper Parks’ Are Starved for Cash
In a unique analysis, researchers put a price on protecting Africa’s wildlife: at least $1.2 billion each year.
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Mind: What’s Life Like After Depression? Surprisingly, Little Is Known 22 Oct 4:37pm Mind: What’s Life Like After Depression? Surprisingly, Little Is Known
Most research on depression focuses on the afflicted, a new paper argues, overlooking a potentially informative group: people who have recovered.
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How Many Space Stations Does This Planet Need? 22 Oct 2:56pm How Many Space Stations Does This Planet Need?
The Trump administration wants to shift to a capitalist free-for-all in orbit. But the readiness of commercial space outposts to take NASA’s place is far from certain.
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Trilobites: With Piranha-Like Teeth, This Prehistoric Predator Never Bit Off More Than It Could Chew 22 Oct 8:21am Updated Trilobites: With Piranha-Like Teeth, This Prehistoric Predator Never Bit Off More Than It Could Chew
A fossil discovered in southern Germany is the earliest known flesh-eating bony fish.
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‘Headless Chicken Monster’ Spotted in the Deep Sea 22 Oct 2:42am Updated ‘Headless Chicken Monster’ Spotted in the Deep Sea
A sea cucumber, previously only filmed off the Gulf of Mexico, was seen floating near Antarctica.
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