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Why counting Central Park’s squirrels isn’t nuts

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Why do I feel dizzy after spinning?

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The weirdest things we learned this week: birthing rabbits, gruesome taxidermy, and the Parthenon’s best-kept secret

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Bees deal with darkness the same way humans do

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The most important science policy issue in every state

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Flames aren’t the only danger firefighters face. Sometimes, there’s a bear.

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The terrifying new climate change report has one silver lining

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Volcano decides eruptions are boring, tries sliding into the sea instead

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There is simply no precedent for Hurricane Michael

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The weirdest things we learned this week: eating your own twin, embalmed milk, and levitating frogs

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These scientists may be your next members of Congress

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Mount Vesuvius murdered its victims in more brutal ways than we thought

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Innovation, war, and glory: the soldier-scientist who unlocked the secrets of the Sahara.

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Why tiny fossils can tell us more than big ones

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The ‘all-natural’ label on your LaCroix is meaningless, but that doesn’t mean the seltzer is bad for you

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Drunk birds are wreaking havoc in Minnesota

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The ‘all-natural’ label on your LaCroix is meaningless, but that doesn’t mean it’s bad for you

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The physics of throwing a perfect baseball pitch

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The weirdest things we learned this week: Sheep on meth, hopping space robots, and the economy of “Frozen”

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This year’s Nobel Prize in chemistry ‘rewards a revolution based on evolution’

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