Think You Don't Get Enough Protein? That May Just Be Hype
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Hyper-violent 'Squid Game' Creeping Into Kids' Digital Content
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Ivory Poaching Led Only Female Elephants to Evolve Tuskless
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The Truth Behind the Rogue Planet Nibiru
Oct. 20 By Mark Mancini
Sensor Under Your Office Desk? Welcome to Property Technology in Smart Buildings
Oct. 20 By Patrick Lecomte
Should We Sequence the Genome of Every Baby?
Oct. 19 By Joanna Thompson
How Do Geiger Counters Work?
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How the Shar-Pei Got Its Wrinkles
Some Starfish Have Up to 40 Arms! Plus 10 Other Starfish Facts
The Andean Condor: 100 Miles, 5 Hours, 0 Flaps of Its Wings
Ghana's Fantasy Coffins Are to Die For
The Salty History of Swearing Like a Sailor
How Global Icon Coco Chanel Completely Reinvented Women's Fashion
Why We Love Henry David Thoreau, in 5 Quotes
How San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge Was Built, and Why It's Not Actually Red
Back in the 1930s, folks realized they needed a better way to cross the Golden Gate Strait between San Francisco and the Marin Headlands than by boat. Over eighty years later, the Golden Gate Bridge is the city's most prominent landmark.
Why Is the North Star So Stellarly Important?
Polaris, also known as the North Star, is almost exactly over the celestial North Pole, making it extremely useful for navigation (and for making wishes on, as well).