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The Crooked, Complex Geometry of Round Trips
Have you ever wondered what life would be like if Earth weren’t shaped like a sphere? We take for granted the smooth ride through the solar system and the seamless sunsets afforded by the planet’s ...
If You Are Going to Survive, You Must Prepare to Fail
What you’re doing is tricking your brain into engaging the opposite response to the fight, flight or freeze one (the sympathetic autonomic nervous system). The opposite response you want to switch on, the parasympathetic autonomic ...
The Plan to Build a Global Network of Floating Power Stations
The SL1 is meant to be attached to submersible sensor-laden research robots known as profiling floats. These devices collect data during short trips as far as a mile beneath the surface. When they emerge from ...
How Many Microcovids Would You Spend on a Burrito?
Relentless tabulators often come off as zealous, maybe a little paranoid, and certainly no fun. Luckily, Olsson shares a house with fellow tabulators. She and her five housemates needed to find a way to live ...
The Arctic Ocean Is Teeming With Microfibers From Clothes
Throw a polyester sweater in the washing machine and it’ll come out nice and clean, but also not quite its whole self. As it rinses, millions of synthetic fibers will shake loose and wash out ...
The Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout Faces a Two-Shot Problem
Andrew Noymer, a medical demographer and associate professor of population health and disease prevention at the University of California, Irvine, who criticized the Biden officials’ plan on Twitter, adds: “We’re in the situation we’re in ...
Adorable Fish Bots Get Schooled in How to Swarm
In the GIF below, we see Bluebots trying another task: a search mission. This behavior is a bit more complex, guided by a few separate directives in the algorithm. The first step is known as ...
Can an AI Predict the Language of Viral Mutation?
Viruses lead a rather repetitive existence. They enter a cell, hijack its machinery to turn it into a viral copy machine, and those copies head on to other cells armed with instructions to do the ...
Everything We Know Now About Schools, Kids, and Covid-19
In April 2020, children under the age of 18 made up just 1.7 percent of reported coronavirus cases, according to data from the CDC. By August, that figure had shot up to 7.3 percent. As ...
2020 Was the One of the Hottest Years on Record
Earth was on fire last year (in case you forgot), with record-breaking West Coast wildfires, Siberian heat waves, and Atlantic hurricanes. Now government scientists have crunched the numbers behind the planetary chaos.NASA just released its ...
Faster Vaccinations, New Mutations, and More Coronavirus News
Officials try to speed up vaccinations, scientists discover more mutations, and researchers chart the pandemic’s future. Here’s what you should know: Want to receive this weekly roundup and other coronavirus news? Sign up here!HeadlinesOfficials attempt ...
The Physics of Reddit's Spinning Solar System Icon
This data looks nice and linear. That means that the inner and outer planets orbit at a constant rotational rate (which is expected). The angular velocity is defined as the change in angular position divided ...

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