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Bacteria in a Dinosaur Bone Reignite a Heated Debate

The discovery of modern microbes in a deeply buried fossil has complicated an already tangled dispute in paleontology. Around 76 million years ago, a massive herd of the horned dinosaur Centrosaurus died in what is now Alberta, Canada. While they…

Why Steve Jobs Never Let His Kids Use An iPad

youtube: Tech Insider New York University professor Adam Alter, author of “Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked,” explains why Steve Jobs never let his kids use an iPad. Following is the transcript of…

No Ecosystem on Earth Is Safe From Climate Change

If climate change continues unabated, nearly every ecosystem on the planet would alter dramatically, to the point of becoming an entirely new biome, according to a new paper written by 42 scientists from around the world. They warn that the…

Video: The Future of Protein Will Not Be Animal Meat

The average American eats 80.6 pounds of beef every year. Since farming cattle is water and land-intensive—and responsible for between 18 and 51 percent of greenhouse gas emissions—companies like Beyond Meat are racing to diversify protein sources that will feed…

Cold climates contributed to the extinction of the Neanderthals

Climate change may have played a more important role in the extinction of Neanderthals than previously believed, according to a new study published in the journal, Proceedings of the Natural Academy of Sciences. A team of researchers from a number…

Why you are completely punctured by mosquitoes (and your partner is not)

It is summer again and the mosquitoes are coming out massively. When you hear buzz in the bedroom you know that the next morning is hit: you’re under the mosquito bites. But why are you always stung, and not your…