Krzysiek Filipek
Rene Nielsen
Subjects exhibited much higher rates of hypertension, arrhythmia, and heart attacks.
Subjects exhibited much higher rates of hypertension arrhythmia and heart attacks

New Study Links Long-Term Exposure To Aircraft Noise To High Blood Pressure

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In five percent of scenarios we'd have a few hours' warning. But 95 percent of the time, we'll know when it slams into New Jersey at 30,000 mph.
In five percent of scenarios wed have a few hours warning But

Life-Ending Asteroid "Just a Matter of Time," Says Astrophysicist No Longer Invited to Parties

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When Jasmuheen was challenged to demonstrate her breatharian lifestyle under supervision, she became weak and dehydrated within four days and lost 14 pounds. She blamed "polluted air."
When Jasmuheen was challenged to demonstrate her breatharian lifestyle under sup

‘Breatharians’ Believe Food Is Obsolete, Claim to Live On Air and Light

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The audience of scientists leapt to their feet in applause. But COBE's most astonishing finding was yet to come.
There's something breathtaking about that tiny dot of color in the midst of all that desolation on an alien world.
Theres something breathtaking about that tiny dot of color in the midst

Lonely Curiosity Climbs a Mountain on Mars—And There It Is!

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Nice star you have there. Be a shame if something happened to it.
Novelty tells us what is important to remember. Familiarity tells what we can ignore.
Novelty tells us what is important to remember Familiarity tells what we can ignore

Peculiar Memories May be the Ones We Recall the Best

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Among other things, it's a signal of our intentions to those around us.
Among other things it's a signal of our intentions to those around us

Why Do We Laugh?

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Imagine a watermelon farmer at her computer. Her field has been rigged up with a hundred small microphones. She can immediately see, graphically, where pollination is taking place -- and where it is not.
Imagine a watermelon farmer at her computer Her field has been rigged

Flight of the Bumblebee: A Soundscape for Survival

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Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, candidate worlds are pouring in.
Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope candidate worlds are pouring in

Looking for Life? Pick your Exoplanet

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This stunning Smithsonian video explores the anatomy of the Yellowstone supervolcano. Oh, and a swarm of 400 earthquakes rocked Yellowstone last week.
David Phelps
Many seemingly frivolous inventions ended up sparking momentous transformations in human life.