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How The Past Hints About Our Climate’s Future
To narrow uncertainties about the future’s climate, researchers want to look to prehistoric fossil and ice records.
How Will Russian-U.S. Politics Affect Our Relationship in Space?
NASA suspended a majority of its communications with Russia in response to the conflict in Crimea.
Roger Penrose: Cosmic Inflation Is ‘Fantasy’
What’s wrong with modern physics—and could alternative theories explain our observations of the universe?
Inside Insight: Clearing and Staining Fish
Clearing and staining gobies, stingrays, and sharks has revealed to scientist Adam Summers critical data, as well as the beauty of each fish’s unique form.
Diving Into the Underground Ocean of One of Saturn’s Moons
Enceladus, one of Saturn’s moons, may have an underground ocean the size of Lake Superior.
The Origins of Violence
An anthropologist, a psychologist, and a crime writer ask: Are humans hard-wired for violence?