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Scientific American
  • Masks Protect Schoolkids from COVID despite What Antiscience Politicians Claim new
  • How to Help Your Dog Adapt to a Postpandemic World 
  • Infinity Category Theory Offers a Bird’s-Eye View of Mathematics 
  • A New Nurse Struggles to Save Patients in a New COVID Surge new
  • If Algae Has Not Found Its Way Onto Your Plate Yet, It Probably Will Soon new
  • Stop Torturing Animals in the Name of Science new
  • Democrats Seek ‘Historic’ Changes to U.S. Flood Program new
  • SpaceX’s Starship Could Rocket-Boost Research in Space new
  • Health Effects of 9/11 Still Plague Responders and Survivors 
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  • Sometimes Mindlessness Is Better Than Mindfulness 
  • ‘Explosive’ Dixie Fire Could Become Biggest in CA History 
  • An ancient civilization from a distant star could have created immortal machines to roam the Milky W 
  • Solar ‘Superflares’ Rocked Earth Less Than 10,000 Years Ago—and Could Strike Again 
  • Members of the profession study such tragic events to try and ensure that something similar won’t ha 
  • Social Capital in Black Communities Is Often Overlooked 
  • Infinity Category Theory Offers a Bird's-Eye View of Mathematics 
  • Massively Reducing Food Waste Could Feed the World 
  • Extreme Birding Competition Is a Cutthroat Test of Skill, Strategy and Endurance 
  • Weird Muons May Point to New Particles and Forces of Nature 
  • The Top 10 Innovations in Mental Health 
  • How the Pandemic Is Changing Mental Health 
  • Novel Drug Therapies Could Tackle Treatment-Resistant Depression 
  • Inventive Ways of Delivering Mental Health Care Thrive during the Pandemic new





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    CBS NEWS - SCIENCE
  • First privately-funded trip to orbit going well, but few details released new
  • SpaceX launches all-civilian crew on Inspiration4 mission 
  • Ozone hole over Antarctica is 'larger than usual,' scientists say new
  • Researchers to study 'long COVID' in thousands of survivors 
  • Outcry after more than 1,400 dolphins killed in Faroe Islands 
  • Nicholas could bring 'life-threatening' flash floods to deep South 
  • Fossil of prehistoric land-roaming whale species is identified 
  • Stunning images capture rare 'megapod' of humpback whales 
  • 'I'm being challenged': 13-year-old is studying at Georgia Tech 
  • New Zealand Cranberry Honey
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  • States take aim at ubiquitous — and false — 'recycling' symbol 
  • New York bans sale of all gas-powered cars by 2035 
  • Gottlieb says vaccines could be approved for kids 5-11 by end of October 
  • 2nd 'murder hornet' nest of year destroyed in U.S.; 3rd located 
  • Spacewalkers carry out space station power system upgrades 
  • A migration odyssey: Tagging whimbrel shorebirds 
  • Where Afghan refugees are expected to be resettled, by state new
  • Educators turn failing New Jersey school into success story new
  • Police hold press conference on missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito new
  • GOP congressman who voted to impeach Trump will not seek reelection new
  • Judge rules U.S. can't expel migrant families using public health law new
  • More than half of U.S. schools report 'severe' bus driver shortage new
  • Durham grand jury indicts attorney with ties to Clinton campaign new
  • Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings will host 'Jeopardy!' new





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    Guardian - Science
  • Scientists find evidence of humans making clothes 120,000 years ago new
  • SpaceX rocket to take world’s first all-civilian crew into orbit 
  • Fauci review – laudatory but lenient portrait of the US vaccine czar new
  • Javid: Covid curbs will return in England if cases get out of control 
  • UK Covid vaccinations for children aged 12-15: what you need to know 
  • Flu season: are we in for a bumpier ride this year? – podcast 
  • GSK teams with King’s College to use AI to fight cancer new
  • Rules on GM farming and cars to be top of UK bonfire of EU laws new
  • Boris Johnson says he will not rule out ‘plan B’ of vaccine passports, masks and homeworking – as it 
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  • UK Covid: jabbing 12- to 15-year-olds will reduce impact of school disruption on children’s mental h 
  • Your gas stove is polluting your own home. Go electric new
  • Rain fell on Greenland’s ice sheet for the first time ever known. Alarms should ring 
  • Does overhearing your spouse’s work calls put you on edge? Me too. I found out why new
  • Ben Jennings on Jeff Bezos’s quest for immortality – cartoon 
  • Are third vaccines and vaccine boosters the same thing? – podcast 
  • Why swearing is more complicated than you think – podcast 
  • Can we really solve the climate crisis by planting trees? (part two) – podcast 
  • Children of the 90s: third generation joins pioneering UK study new
  • SpaceX launches world’s first ‘amateur astronaut’ crew to orbit Earth 
  • Did you solve it? The magic of the Borromean rings 
  • Can you solve it? The magic of the Borromean rings new
  • Jaws made us scared of sharks but is a lack of sharks scarier? – podcast new
  • SpaceX makes history with first all-civilian crew launched into orbit – video new





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    Indipendent - Science
  • Chinese astronauts return to Earth from nation’s longest mission yet new
  • Giant penguin fossil found by New Zealand children is new species new
  • What we know about waning immunity and Covid booster jabs new
  • The dinosaur-ending meteorite did much more to our planet new
  • What might the reintroduction of beavers mean for the our wild spaces? new
  • Is the world getting heavier and how many chemicals are there? new
  • Rare dinosaur skin reveals what famous carnivore really looked like 
  • JCVI members worried Covid booster decision ‘political, not clinical’ 
  • Butterflies infected with parasitic wasps released in blunder 
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  • Mass return to office could see ‘rapid’ rise in Covid hospitalisations 
  • Snakes ‘evolved from survivors of dinosaur-killing asteroid’ 
  • Booster jabs to be offered to all over-50s and clinically vulnerable 
  • ‘Difficult winter’ looms for child vaccinations, flu jabs and boosters 
  • Scientists aiming to bring woolly mammoths back from dead within years 
  • 12 to 15-year-olds should be offered Covid jab, CMOs tell government 
  • Scientists ‘toilet-training’ cows to reduce their waste emissions 
  • Ground squirrels have four different personality types, study shows 
  • UK booster programme ‘counter-productive’, says head of Covax scheme 
  • ‘Flying dragon’ may have existed in Chile, scientists find 
  • ‘Fraction’ of long Covid sufferers able to access NHS support clinics 
  • Vaccine passports ‘may lower overall number of people getting jab’ 
  • mRNA cancer therapy now in human trials after shrinking mouse tumours 
  • Scientists discover gigantic 26-foot-long ‘shark-toothed’ dinosaur 





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    Science
  • Unethical? Unnecessary? The COVID-19 vaccine booster debate intensifies 
  • Having SARS-CoV-2 once confers much greater immunity than a vaccine—but vaccination remains vital 
  • Thanks to a bit of diamond smashing, practical room-temperature superconductivity could be close to 
  • Booster shot of J&J vaccine raises antibody levels, company says 
  • One-third of Sun-like stars may have eaten their planets 
  • COVID-19’s origins still uncertain, U.S. intelligence agencies conclude 
  • Maine’s ban on ‘forever chemicals’ marks a big win for some scientists 
  • Tiny diamond mirrors could smooth out already revolutionary x-ray lasers 
  • Amid pandemic disruptions, grad students push to unionize 
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  • Podcast: New insights into endometriosis, predicting RNA folding, and the surprising career of the s 
  • Afghan scholars despair after Taliban’s takeover 
  • Unethical? Unnecessary? The booster debate intensifies 
  • Honesty study was based on fabricated data 
  • Scaled down, martian model habitat rises again in desert 
  • Looking to the Rockies for clues to water woes 
  • Baby bats babble, much like human infants 
  • How rattlesnakes fool you into thinking they’re right underfoot 
  • Like humans, cuttlefish can form complex memories 
  • Ancient supernovae might have upended Earth’s evolution 
  • These wasp nests give off one of the most powerful green glows in the animal kingdom 
  • Watch this chameleon robot blend in with its surroundings 
  • Watch female dragonflies wrestle away unwanted males in mid-air 
  • How scientists turned daddy longlegs into ‘daddy shortlegs’ 





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    ScienceDaily
  • Did First Cells Use Temperature to Divide? 
  • Cold Planets May Exist Throughout Our Galaxy 
  • A Universal Equation for the Shape of an Egg 
  • Ideas of Supernatural Beings: Views of Humans 
  • Physics Behind Water Bear's Lumbering Gait 
  • How a Racing Heart May Alter Decision-Making Brain Circuits 
  • Reducing Sugar in Packaged Foods Can Prevent Disease in Millions 
  • Brain Refreshing: Why the Dreaming Phase Matters 
  • Will It Be Safe for Humans to Fly to Mars? 
  • New Class of Habitable Exoplanets Represent a Big Step Forward in the Search for Life 
  • Volcanic Eruptions May Have Spurred First 'Whiffs' of Oxygen in Earth's Atmosphere 
  • Geneticists Map the Rhinoceros Family Tree 
  • Plant-Based Diet May Cut Heart Disease Risk 
  • Willful Control of 'Feel Good' Brain Messenger 
  • Potential Role of 'Junk DNA' in Aging, Cancer 
  • COVID-19 Virus Is Evolving to Get Better at Becoming Airborne, New Study Shows new
  • Ebola Vaccine Regimen Generates Strong Immune Response in Children and Adults in a Clinical Trial in new
  • Patients With Multiple Sclerosis Show Robust T-Cell Responses to mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines new
  • 'Blue Food Revolution' to Tackle Climate Change and Malnutrition new
  • Consuming Fruit and Vegetables and Exercising Can Make You Happier new
  • True Behavior of the ‘pleasure Molecule’ Will Reshape How We Treat Psychiatric Diseases and Addictio new
  • Research Reveals Drug Targets for Memory Enhancement new
  • Parental Alienation, Partner Abuse: Two Sides of Same Coin, Says Social Psychologist new





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    Natural News
  • Are MILLIONS of vaccine deaths being covered up? new
  • Sep 16th - SECRET HOLOCAUST: Are millions of vaccine victims disappearing into mass graves? new
  • Sep 15th - COUNTER-COUP ALERT: Deep state swamp moves against disastrous Biden regime 
  • Sep 14 - How globalists convinced BILLIONS of people to exterminate themselves 
  • STUDY: Delta variant could become completely immune to all existing vaccines new
  • SPIKE PROTEIN SYNDROME: WebMD Covid vaccine complaint board plastered with horrific descriptions of new
  • COVID-19 cases spike at Cornell University despite 95% vaccination rate new
  • Medical police state: Fauci wants a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for air travel new
  • COVID-19 vaccines have devastating long-term effects, warns Nobel Prize winner new
  • Anthony Fauci tries to undermine science during CNN interview new
  • Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says Biden’s vaccine mandates “divide the country” new
  • ON YOUR OWN: Portland residents have to wait more than 5 minutes for their 911 calls to be answered new
  • Facebook fully aware that Instagram is toxic for teen girls, according to company documents new
  • Globalists’ goal of depopulating the world guided by principles literally set in stone – the Georgia new
  • Eve Dale: 20-year-old British woman went from “normal fun young girl” to having full-body convulsion new
  • Fauci botched the AIDS epidemic so big pharma could profit. He’s doing it again with COVID new
  • Can the US government create a fake pandemic? new
  • Treasury Department seeks to track financial transactions of personal bank accounts over $600 new
  • HORRORS CONFIRMED: Obama’s FDA purchased “fresh and never frozen” aborted baby heads and other body new
  • Biden’s vax mandate could collapse trucking supply lines, leading to instant shortages of food, fuel new
  • Walgreens security breach leaked millions of patients’ covid test data to hackers, including your bi new
  • Elizabeth Warren calls for Amazon book burning to eradicate all truth about covid new
  • Medical staff shortages feared in France as health care workers balk at COVID-19 vaccine mandates new





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    MailOnline - Science
  • Dundee or The Wall from Game of Thrones? Incredible visualisation reveals what the Scottish city wou new
  • An ele-phantastic finding! Fossilised footprint tracks discovered in Spain reveal a prehistoric NURS new
  • Microsoft goes passwordless! Users can now delete all passwords from their accounts and login using new
  • 'There is no end in sight': EIGHT additional miles of Kentucky's Mammoth Cave have been uncovered th new
  • Whales have five FINGERS hidden in their flippers that are a leftover trait from the mammals' ancien new
  • Old fashioned! Humans may have started making clothes 120,000 YEARS ago, scientists say as they disc new
  • The Great Bronze Age migration was fuelled by MILK! Adoption of dairy into the diet gave European po new
  • Chances of alien life in our galaxy are 'much more likely than first thought', scientists claim as t new
  • The giant penguin as big as a CHILD: Fossil discovered by school children reveals 4ft 7in bird that new
  • Facebook quietly changed its algorithm in 2018 to prioritise reshared material - then kept it in pla new
  • Sky is DOWN: Network crashes across East and Central Scotland, leaving users unable to access the in new
  • Talk about a room with a view! SpaceX shares a mesmerising video of the domed window on its Crew Dra new
  • Record high temperatures and drought have left California's Mt. Shasta without its usual snowcover - 
  • Nearly HALF of women trying to get pregnant and more than a third of those thinking about it have pa 
  • Inspiration4's Dr Sian Proctor will be the first black female to pilot a spacecraft when she and thr 
  • Larger than life marble statue of Roman emperor Hadrian that stood 8ft tall nearly 2,000 years ago i 
  • Is this the world's oldest work of art? Sequence of hand and footprints discovered on the Tibetan Pl 
  • Watching a scary film? Hold your partner's hand! Grasping on to a loved one in stressful moments red 
  • Amateur astronomers capture the moment mysterious object slams into Jupiter and causes bright flash 
  • New Fibit feature detects if you or your partner are snoring during night to help address health iss 
  • Cosmic mystery is SOLVED after 900 years: Supernova first spotted over China in 1181 is identified a 
  • New South Whales! Extraordinary 'megapod' of 150 humpbacks have lunch off Australia's Sapphire Coast 
  • Global warming 'danger limit' of 2.7°F could be breached in just five YEARS - despite a drop in carb new





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