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Science consists of observing the world by watching, listening, observing, and recording. Science is curiosity in thoughtful action about the world and...

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Scientists create fake rhino horn from horsehair in a bid to save the species

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(CNN)Scientists have developed a fake rhino horn using horsehair, in a bid to create "credible fakes" to flood the market and reduce demand for...

Plato’s Allegory of the Cave Says You’re a Prisoner of Your Senses!

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An Eerie Augmented Reality Illusion from the 1850s Is Still Being Used Today!

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The Eclipses That Changed History!

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Solar eclipses come around so infrequently, it feels like a historic event just to even witness one. But some eclipses from history have taken...

Astronomers Once Watched a Star Turn Directly Into a Black Hole!

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Most dying stars go out with a bang — a supernova, more specifically. But scientists recently observed a star that went out with a...

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A long-awaited experimental result has found the proton to be about 5% smaller than the previously accepted value. The finding1 has helped to...

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Ancient Greek Temples Were Purposely Built Over Fault Lines!

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Earthquakes were a pretty common phenomenon in ancient Greece — terrifying and destructive, sure, but also a known risk of living in...

The Nasca Lines Are Ancient Desert Designs You Can Only See From the Sky!

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If you were to tromp across the Nasca Desert of southern Peru, you'd likely walk across enormous designs in the ground —...

How does a GPS work?

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Humans have looked to the skies to find their way since ancient times. Ancient sailors used the constellations in the night sky...

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