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Robot Umps Will be Calling Pitches at Future MLB Games
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Why Does the Fed Change the Interest Rate?
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Monkeypox Is a Global Health Emergency, But Don't Panic Yet
July 26 By Kathryn H. Jacobsen
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Pareidolia: Why We See Faces in Almost Everything
It's Only a Rolling Rock on Mars (But I Like It)
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The True History of Commodus, the Mad Emperor of Ancient Rome
Paganism Is the Oldest, Newest Religion
Henna Tattoos: The History of an Ancient Art
Ridiculous History: A Nation Sacrifices Its Sausage to Fight a War
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Why It's Important to Digitize Your Vintage Photos and Movies
How to Prepare for a Hurricane
Meteorologists have hurricane prediction down to a science, so preparedness should be the same thing too. Find out how to be ready if the big one's coming.
5 Characteristics of a Great Science Teacher
Science education methods are changing as a result of the Next Generation Science Standards, which aim to define a uniform vision for K-12 science education across the U.S.