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How the new World Cup ball was designed to not influence the games

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These snakes slurp snails, and that’s great for farmers

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The weirdest things we learned this week: fake memories, sperm is not full of tiny men, and how ketchup makes the grade

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Is there any truth to anti-aging schemes?

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How to transplant uterus | Popular Science

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How far away was that lightning? Here’s how to figure it out.

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Why scientific evidence won’t change the minds of Loch Ness monster true believers

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The genes of many marine creatures are patented—and one company owns half of them

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The weirdest things we learned this week: underwater horse videos, the call of the void, and an ill-fated, icy balloon trip

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It’s easier to convey anger in your second language

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We may finally know how Easter Island’s giant statues got their jaunty stone hats

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How elite military and scientific teams bring home fallen U.S. soldiers

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X-raying immigrants to determine their age isn’t just illegal, it’s horrible science

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To identify 100-million-year-old amber, you can lick it.

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Carbon emissions are sucking the life out of our food

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Volcanoes and Religion | Popular Science

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Psychedelics gave me my life back

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The weirdest things we learned this week: wild weather, Victorian cannibalism, and the female orgasm (as told by a 12th-century nun)

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Pro basketball players’ synchronous movements might help us predict the next NBA champ

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Why deep-sounding personality tests often provide shallow answers

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