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Greetings Earthlings: There was a bright light and zap. The data, which at one time was within this realm, might have been zapped to another dimension. Scanning for new information . . . Guess what. I dropped it.

Some hidden links were discovered.

It’s OK to quit your Ph.D. – Science Magazine
on 25th of Jun 2019 It’s OK to quit your Ph.D.  Science Magazine

In retrospect, it was the beginning of the end. One night in 2010, Benjamin Schulz was working late in his “grimy, depressing” grad student office when he turned .

Against Twenty-First-Century Race Science
on 25th of Jun 2019   Jacobin magazine

Scientists claim they can solve racial inequalities in health care through genetics. It’s a wrongheaded and dangerous approach: Reading race into our DNA will .

Signs of the color blue have been found in a fossil for the first time
on 25th of Jun 2019   Science News

A tree-dwelling bird that lived 48 million years ago probably had blue plumage, researchers say. Scientists inspecting a fossil of Eocoracias brachyptera say they .

A new algorithm finds nearby stars that could host hidden worlds
on 25th of Jun 2019   Science News

A new planet-hunting algorithm suggests that at least 9 percent of nearby stars could host planets orbiting out of sight — and the stars’ chemistry could help find .

Science News Briefs from around the World
(Jun 2019)   Scientific American

A few brief reports about international science and technology from Canada to Kenya, including one about how humans thousands of years ago in what is now .

Monarch butterflies raised in captivity don’t migrate
(Jun 2019)   Science Magazine

In what may be a cautionary tale for citizen scientists trying to save North America’s iconic monarch butterfly, new research has found that butterflies raised in .

These are the countries that trust scientists the most—and the least
(Jun 2019)   Science Magazine

Nearly three-quarters of people worldwide solidly trust scientists: That’s one of the main findings of the Wellcome Global Monitor, a new survey that asked .

As Ebola outbreak rages, plan to test second vaccine sparks debate
on 25th of Jun 2019   Science Magazine

When the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) declared its 10th Ebola outbreak in August 2018, it had one weapon that was unavailable during the .

These fungi drug cicadas with psilocybin or amphetamine to make them mate nonstop
on 25th of Jun 2019   Science News

Massospora fungi use a compound found in magic mushrooms or an amphetamine to drive infected cicadas to mate and mate and mate.

The Alchemy of Art, Science, and Technology in Southern California
on 25th of Jun 2019   KCET

Over the past few decades, artists and scientists have helped bring focus to the art-science-technology track of Southern California’s present creative economy.

System Unknown
I hear drums and engines

Aliens visited Earth seeking intelligent life. Returned home quite impressed by dogs.

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