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    Are Human Body Temperatures Cooling Down?

    A new study finds that they have dropped, on average, over the past century and a half

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  2. Mysterious, Dusty Objects Are Swarming the Milky Way's Core

    Swirling around our galaxy’s central supermassive black hole, these objects share properties with both stars and gas clouds

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  3. Will Taal Volcano Explosively Erupt? Here's What Scientists Are Watching

    The seismic rumblings of the Philippines’ second most active volcano hold clues to what it might do

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  4. Did Astronomers Just Discover Black Holes from the Big Bang?

    Gravitational waves attributed to the collision of two neutron stars could have been produced by something much stranger

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    Bacteria-Filled Bricks Build Themselves

    The microorganisms transform sand and gelatin into a living construction material

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  6. Johns Hopkins Scientists Give Psychedelics the Serious Treatment

    The first research center of its kind in the country is bringing renewed rigor to the investigation of the drugs’ therapeutic uses

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  7. The FCC's Approval of SpaceX's Starlink Mega Constellation May Have Been Unlawful

    A new paper suggests that the agency broke U.S. environmental law in its approval of the satellites and that if it were to be sued in court, it would likely lose

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  8. Possible Missing Link in Alzheimer's Pathology Identified

    It may open the door to new treatments and explain why previous ones failed

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  9. To Stop Wildlife Crime, Conservationists Ask Why People Poach

    A novel study in Nepal shines light on why people commit wildlife crime and how others might be dissuaded from doing so in the future

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    The Curious Case of Proxima C

    Astronomers continue to gather evidence for a second world around the sun’s nearest neighboring star

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  11. Australia's Bushfires Have Likely Devastated Wildlife--and the Impact Will Only Get W

    The large, intense fires have threatened more than 800 million animals in the state of New South Wales alone, according to one estimate

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  12. Venomous Menace: Snakebite Treatments Are Failing in India

    The most widely used antivenom is not effective against the venom of several common snakes

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  13. Virus Spread by Shrews Linked to Human Deaths from Mysterious Brain Infections

    The pathogen has been newly identified in eight cases of encephalitis in Germany over the past 20 years

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  14. Bacteria "Tolerant" of One Antibiotic Are More Likely to Develop Resistance

    Even combination therapies do not prevent such pathogens from becoming resistant

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  15. The Next DARPA X-Plane Won't Maneuver like Any Plane Before It

    The challenge is to build an airplane without moving control surfaces

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  16. How Iran Can Still Use Cyber and Drone Technology to Attack the U.S.

    Cyberattacks and missile launches have already happened

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    Is a Sad Song Sad for Everyone?

    Researchers explore how different cultures respond to the same music

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  18. New Particle Accelerator Fits on a Silicon Chip

    The device uses lasers to accelerate electrons along an etched channel

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  19. Color-Changing Fibers Unravel a Knotty Mystery

    Mathematicians are devising new techniques to better predict how to tie strong knots that are useful in climbing and sailing

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    Good News for Dogs with Cancer

    New therapies for beloved pets are getting developed in hopes of treating humans as well

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  21. Here Are the Most Beautiful Science GIFs We Discovered in 2019

    Enjoy and loop on

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    It's somewhat of a gray area to be honest, but...

    It's somewhat of a gray area to be honest, but early on when they were implementing this in BOINC, some of the major sites disabled access to the xml files altogether and implemented user/pw rules...
  23. How NIST Tested Facial-Recognition Algorithms for Racial Bias

    Some algorithms were up to 100 times better at identifying white faces

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  24. Swirling Magnetic Fields Hint at Origins of Spiral Galaxy Shapes

    The formation of spiral galaxies remains an open question in astronomy, but a new study offers a fresh look into how these structures emerge

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  25. What Happens to White Christmases as the World Warms?

    Although more winter precipitation will fall as rain because of climate change, don't say goodbye to snow just yet

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