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12/03/2016 at 13:27. Facebook
Just how much of physics is real, and how much of reality is physics? That’s a theme uniting four major new books in the field

Physics may be a small but crucial fraction of our reality

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12/03/2016 at 10:21. Facebook
Just how much of physics is real, and how much of reality is physics? That’s a theme uniting four major new books in the field

Physics may be a small but crucial fraction of our reality

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12/03/2016 at 06:21. Facebook
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12/03/2016 at 00:11. Facebook
The EU's massive renewable energy drive is backfiring and its proposed solutions are just greenwashing, say campaigners

Europe’s green energy policy is a disaster for the environment

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yesterday at 23:10. Facebook
From the first crude autopsies to snazzy modern imaging, we're using increasingly advanced methods to peer under the wrappings that hide Egyptian mummies (sponsored)

Unlocking mummies’ secrets: What imaging technology tells us

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yesterday at 22:32. Facebook
Putting aside the dramatic loss of the Schiaparelli lander in October and concerns about cost, ESA member states voted to go ahead with the next part of the life-hunting ExoMars mission

ESA approves 2020 ExoMars rover despite crash earlier this year

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New Scientist
yesterday at 21:15. Facebook
The EU's massive renewable energy drive is backfiring and its proposed solutions are just greenwashing, say campaigners

Europe’s green energy policy is a disaster for the environment

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New Scientist
yesterday at 20:45. Facebook
It's a first: barnacles provide food for the bacteria, which in turn dig out shelters for the barnacles, creating curious tear shapes on Australian rocks

Microbes carve tiny rock homes for their barnacle chefs

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yesterday at 20:25. Facebook
Humpback whales break the surface and splash down to make a long-distance call, while fin-slapping is for local conversations

Whales talk to each other by slapping out messages on water

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yesterday at 20:04. Facebook
From the first crude autopsies to snazzy modern imaging, we're using increasingly advanced methods to peer under the wrappings that hide Egyptian mummies (sponsored)

Unlocking mummies’ secrets: What imaging technology tells us

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yesterday at 19:46. Facebook
Younger people are drinking less – or not at all – despite booze getting cheaper, and it's pitting health experts and the alcohol industry against each other

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Generation clean: Why many young adults choose to stay sober

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yesterday at 19:25. Facebook
Putting aside the dramatic loss of the Schiaparelli lander in October and concerns about cost, ESA member states voted to go ahead with the next part of the life-hunting ExoMars mission

ESA approves 2020 ExoMars rover despite crash earlier this year

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yesterday at 19:05. Facebook
Amid Fidel Castro's funeral and furious debate over his legacy, Cuba's health system is often praised. Despite its flaws, it deserves it, says Rich Warner

In Castro’s Cuba, this is what life as a doctor was really like

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yesterday at 18:46. Facebook
Seagrass pollen doesn't just ride the tides – the grains of at least one species hitchhike on undersea invertebrates

Bees of the sea: Tiny crustaceans pollinate underwater plants

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yesterday at 18:27. Facebook
A single dose of the psychedelic drug psilocybin can relieve feelings of depression and anxiety in people with cancer and increase their quality of life

Magic mushroom drug helps people with cancer face death

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yesterday at 18:08. Facebook
Analysing how people’s brainwaves changed when expecting an erotic buzz to their genitals indicates that brain stimulation can boost sex drive

Zap to the brain alters libido in unique sex study

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yesterday at 17:49. Facebook
The translation tool is thought to have made up its own language to find common ground for translating between language pairs it isn’t trained on

Google Translate AI invents its own language to translate with

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yesterday at 17:28. Facebook
It's a first: barnacles provide food for the bacteria, which in turn dig out shelters for the barnacles, creating curious tear shapes on Australian rocks

Microbes carve tiny rock homes for their barnacle chefs

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New Scientist
yesterday at 17:08. Facebook
Whales talk to each other by slapping out messages on water.