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Wait, How the Hell Does This Molecule Exist in 126 Dimensions?!

Wait, How the Hell Does This Molecule Exist in 126 Dimensions?!
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Scientists discover the first-known animal that doesn’t need oxygen to survive

Researchers have discovered the only known animal that does not need oxygen to survive, a common parasite that largely preys on salmon.
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All Over Your Face-Advanced facial-recognition technology

Last year, a Russian firm launched the website FindFace, which matches submitted photos to profiles on the social networking site VK, a regional Facebook imitator.
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Giant prehistoric rat the size of a human roamed Earth 10 million years ago

It’s not something you’d want to see scurrying away in your kitchen – a rat the size of a human being, weighing almost 13 stone. The vast rodent roamed the Earth 10...
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Scientists puzzled by ancient monster galaxy which was suddenly ‘snuffed out

"Astronomers are puzzling over an ancient galaxy from the dawn of the universe - which suddenly went dark billions of years ago.  The galaxy, known as XMM-2599, formed an immense number of...
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Mars likely to have enough oxygen to support life: study

"Paris (AFP) - Salty water just below the surface of Mars could hold enough oxygen to support the kind of microbial life that emerged and flourished on Earth billions of...
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Magic mushroom’ ingredient could be used to treat depression, study says

Magic mushroom' ingredient could be used to treat depression, study says
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A Tree Grows 40 Different Types of Fruit

A tree that Sam Van Aken grows might look like any other—until it blooms. First, its branches blossom in different shades of pink, white and crimson, and then, quite magically, the...
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Meet the scientist trying to travel back in time

CNN) — The past, it has been said, is a foreign country. And sometimes it's another country we yearn to visit. We can't, of course. Whereas actual travel is limited only by how...
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