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Giant plants make an epic journey from Edinburgh to Port Logan

Five massive tree ferns have made an 'epic journey' from Edinburgh to the far south-west of Scotland.The heaviest of the 20 ft (7 m)...

Did you solve it? Mathematics of a hypothetical new variant of Covid | math

Earlier today I posed the following puzzle about a hypothetical new variant of Covid.In case this is the first article you've read about viruses:...

bleugh cord? Worms and crickets could soon tickle French palates | ambient

In a box-shaped building on an industrial estate outside the city of Burgundy, trays of Alphitobius diaperinus – also known as the lesser mealworm...

How to make the perfect cup of coffee, according to science

The following essay is reproduced with permission from The conversationan online publication covering the latest research. Have you ever wondered why the coffee you make...

An earthquake may have discovered 30 new dinosaur footprints in Alaska

A powerful 8.2-magnitude earthquake struck southern Alaska in July 2021. Scientists believe the quake may have yielded more than 30 new dinosaur tracks from...

Address unlit and inefficient gas flaring | Sciences

Emissions from burning threaten the global climate and the health of local communities

Why a smart microwave makes more sense than other kitchen appliances

Toshiba There is no kitchen appliance that opens and closes with as much impatience as the microwave. They build those sturdy...

Armored Cambrian ‘worm’ that looks like a toilet brush unearthed in China

An artistic reconstruction of Wufengella bengtsoni. (Image credit: Illustration by Roberts Nicholls, Paleocreations.com) (opens in a new tab)A bristling-armored "worm" that...

Why are fishermen rejecting the lobster red list?

This article originally appeared on saver. Earlier this month, the Monterey Bay Aquarium seafood watch Program degraded...
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What it will take to come back from Hurricane Ian, according to FEMA

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How Ukraine ended one of the world’s largest nuclear power plants

As part of the former Soviet Union, Ukraine was the site of nuclear power plants and nuclear weapons, and the story of that helps...

McManus: Putin’s nuclear threat to Ukraine may not be a hoax

WASHINGTON- After weeks of setbacks, Russia's military continues to lose ground on Ukraine's battlefields.President Vladimir Putin's response has characteristically been to escalate...