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  • An Asteroid Didn't Kill the Dinosaurs, Here's a New Theory About What Did

    A new scientific model has discovered what actually happened to the earth after the asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs.

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  • Engineers Love to Break Airplanes Before You Fly in Them, Here's Why

    Airplane technology has come a long way, but it has limits. Lucky for us, there are teams of people whose job it is to find those limits.

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  • Tattoo Ink Isn't Regulated by the FDA, Here's What Happens Once It's in You

    A new study has found that tattoo ink nanoparticles spread throughout your lymphatic system when you get a tattoo. What else happens?

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  • The Threat to Space Travel That No One's Talking About

    If we don't clean up space debris, it could become impossible to leave Earth's atmosphere. But scientists have a plan. Well, lots of plans.

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  • Think You're 'Double-Jointed'? You're Not. Here's What's Actually Going On

    Having joint hypermobility might be a fun party trick, but do you know what it does to your body?

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  • This Biomimetic Tech Could Mean Fewer Trips to the Dentist (You're Welcome)

    A new material inspired by mussels may be the key to fillings and crowns that never break or fall out.

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  • There's a Good Chance Your Meteorologist Doesn't Suck, Here's Why

    Blame meteorologists for your rained-out picnics all you want, but modern weather forecasting is actually incredibly accurate.

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  • We Found the Largest Void in the Universe, And We're Smack in the Middle

    Researchers say our galaxy is located within an enormous cosmic void, and it's changing the way we understand the universe.

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  • Here's How Much Gas Really Costs (If You Account for Global Warming)

    A new study has estimated exactly how much fossil fuel subsidies are. And let's just say, fossil fuels are really expensive.

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  • These College Students Built a Hyperloop Pod... Here's What Happened

    Elon Musk's Hyperloop Pod Competition challenges students to design the future of travel. And for one team, this year was about redemption.

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