Science is all around us and can offer glimmers of hope for the future. As Carl Sagan noted, science is a candle in the dark.
Spring is in the air and the wind will be at your back. Unfortunately, for animals in the northern hemisphere, the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs hit the planet in the springtime.
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An unpleasant surprise is lurking in the shadows for all of us. Scientists were unpleasantly surprised to find this wild strain of polio from Pakistan in Malawi.
Something hidden will be revealed to you this week. If you’re a farmer in the United Kingdom, then someday soon you may be able to see your fields from space even on cloudy days.
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Crabby may be your middle name, Cancer, but this week you’ll open up and someone will be surprised. What else is surprising is how we may use neutrinos in the future.
Let out a roar! You will be praised for your mental acumen this week! Perhaps your acuity is from loading up on Caudovirales viruses?
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You may experience waves of confusion when you take a gander at this map and reflect on the CDC’s new mask guidelines.
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The scales of justice will swing in your favor this week! These Russian scientists are doing their part and speaking out against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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A situation at work may leave you hot under the collar. The way how scientist Rosalind Franklin got screwed may also leave you a bit agitated.
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This week you will likely think twice about eating meat. After all, a new study shows vegetarians are less likely to get cancer.
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After looking in the mirror you may just say, “Maybe it’s time to lose some fat.” A new gene therapy is combatting a toxic accumulation of fat in the brain.
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