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A 1975 physics paper has over 50 citations -- and one non-human co-author:
A 1975 physics paper has over 50 citations and one non human co author:

A cat co-authored an influential physics paper

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"It is never too early to think about what you want to do with your career, and you should cultivate multiple possibilities: Have plans A, B, C, and D."
"It is never too early to think about what you want to

Postdocs leaving the lab

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07/21/2017 at 13:37. Facebook
Would having an extra arm be handy?

A new prototype could soon make it a reality:
Would having an extra arm be handy A new prototype could soon

This robotic appendage is giving humans a helping arm

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07/20/2017 at 19:59. Facebook
Physicists thought they had a good idea of how much the proton weighs -- but now they're not so positive:
Physicists thought they had a good idea of how much the proton

Surprise! The proton is lighter than we thought

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How bluefin tuna can turn on a dime:
How bluefin tuna can turn on a dime:

Watch the secret to a tuna’s sharp turns

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07/20/2017 at 15:59. Facebook
Humans have lived in Australia 20,000 years longer than we thought:
Humans have lived in Australia 20 000 years longer than we thought:

A find in Australia hints at very early human exit from Africa

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07/19/2017 at 20:24. Facebook
A genetic variation in humans could explain why some dogs are incredibly friendly:
A genetic variation in humans could explain why some dogs are incredibly friendly:

What makes dogs so friendly? Study finds genetic link to super-outgoing people

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07/19/2017 at 18:31. Facebook
We're on pace to produce 26 billion tons of plastic waste by 2050:
We're on pace to produce 26 billion tons of plastic waste by 2050:

In the next 30 years, we’ll make four times more plastic waste than we ever have

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07/18/2017 at 20:21. Facebook
Archaeologists have made a remarkable find in a 12,000-year-old stone temple in southeastern Turkey: [ Scim.ag Link ]
Archaeologists have made a remarkable find in a 12 000 year old

Evidence of a skull cult found at Neolithic stone temple

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07/18/2017 at 18:41. Facebook
If it looks like an ant and walks like an ant... it isn't necessarily an ant:
If it looks like an ant and walks like an ant it isn't necessarily an ant:

Watch this spider walk just like an ant

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07/18/2017 at 16:10. Facebook
A newly-unearthed monument could cast light on the ancestors of those who built Stonehenge:
A newly unearthed monument could cast light on the ancestors of those

5000-year-old monument may contain ancestors of Stonehenge builders

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07/18/2017 at 13:47. Facebook
Your chances of identifying a faked photo aren't much better than a coin flip:
Your chances of identifying a faked photo aren't much better than a coin flip:

Can you tell whether this photo has been manipulated?

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07/17/2017 at 20:50. Facebook
Termites are pretty flexible when it comes to building their gigantic mounds:
Termites are pretty flexible when it comes to building their gigantic mounds:

These termites can use glass beads to build mounds

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Not every egg rolls the same way.

Take a look at what 50,000 eggs can teach us:
Not every egg rolls the same way Take a look at what

Why do eggs have so many shapes?

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07/17/2017 at 16:02. Facebook
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