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    4,000-year-old Egyptian mummies were thought to be brothers. Genetics tells a different story.
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    4,000-year-old Egyptian mummies were thought to be brothers. Genetics tells a different story.
    Long ago, Egyptians carved a cemetery into a rock wall along the Nile River 250 miles south of Cairo. The cemetery outlasted its 12th Dynasty creators. It survived intermittent pillaging by tomb raiders. And then in 1907, an excavator named Erfai discovered an untouched tomb. This was an unusual burial site. Within the tomb lay two high-society men, called […]

    These hunter-gatherers are probably better at naming scents than you
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    These hunter-gatherers are probably better at naming scents than you
    What do we talk about when we talk about smell? Mostly other things. English speakers frequently describe a scent according to what it reminds us of, not using a specific name for the odor itself. This cheese is smoky, old books smell like grass, that tree gives off wafts of butterscotch. Linguists Nicole Kruspe, at Lund University in Sweden, and Asifa Majid, at the Netherlands' Max […]

    A warm-weather plague killed more than half of this endangered species in three weeks
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    A warm-weather plague killed more than half of this endangered species in three weeks
    It took just three weeks to destroy 60 percent of the world's saiga population. During an uncommonly warm and wet spell in May 2015, as the endangered antelopes gathered in central Kazakhstan to give birth to their young, a microbe in the animals' absurdly large snouts turned virulent. The saigas' immune systems were powerless against it. Once […]

    The classic explanation for the Black Death plague is wrong, scientists say
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    The classic explanation for the Black Death plague is wrong, scientists say
    Plague came to Europe in the 14th century and rapidly conquered the continent. The pandemic, one of the worst in human history, killed tens of millions. Up to 60 percent of the population succumbed to the bacteria called Yersinia pestis during outbreaks that recurred for 500 years. The most famous outbreak, the Black Death, earned its name from a symptom: lymph nodes that became […]

    ‘A fantastic find’: Mars hides thick sheets of ice just below the surface
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    ‘A fantastic find’: Mars hides thick sheets of ice just below the surface
    The slope rises as high as London's Big Ben tower. Beneath its ruddy layer of dirt is a sheet of ice 300 feet thick that gives the landscape a blue-black hue. If such a scene sounds otherworldly, it is. To visit it, you'll have to travel to Mars. Planetary scientists located eight of these geological features, called scarps, on the Red Planet. […]

    Exquisite fossils show butterflies appeared before there were flowers to pollinate
    Posted on Wednesday January 10, 2018

    Exquisite fossils show butterflies appeared before there were flowers to pollinate
    The two paleontologists dissolving rock cores more than 200 million years old were looking for vestiges of freshwater algae. Instead, tiny fragments of insect scales caught their eye — remnants that a report published Wednesday identifies as the oldest evidence of butterflies and moths. A series of fortunate events led to this discovery, which dates […]

    Scientists zoom in on fast radio bursts, the most mysterious signals in space
    Posted on Wednesday January 10, 2018

    Scientists zoom in on fast radio bursts, the most mysterious signals in space
    Nobody knows what causes fast radio bursts — brief, bizarre radio-wave beams that emit more energy in a fraction of a millisecond than the sun does all day. Scientists just got closer than ever to the source of one of these enigmatic signals. In research presented Wednesday at the annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society, […]

    Astronaut apologizes for ‘fake news’ claim he grew 3½ inches in space
    Posted on Wednesday January 10, 2018

    In a Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017 photo provided by NASA, from front left, NASA’s Scott Tingle, Anton Shkaplerov of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, and Norishige Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency joined, from back left; Expedition 54 Commander Alexander Misurkin of Roscosmos and crewmates Mark Vande Hei and Joe Acaba of NASA aboard the International Space Station when the hatches between the Soyuz spacecraft and the orbiting laboratory officially opened Tuesday. (NASA via AP)
    Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai told a tall tale. He said Monday on Twitter that he grew 3½ inches since arriving at the International Space Station on Dec. 19. Weightlessness has that effect: Without gravitational force compressing the spine, fluid between the discs fluctuates as they temporarily expand, like a coiled spring unspooled from the top. That kind of growth would have […]

    Some birds are so stressed by noise pollution it looks like they have PTSD
    Posted on Tuesday January 09, 2018

    Some birds are so stressed by noise pollution it looks like they have PTSD
    The bluebird didn't realize what she was getting herself into when she chose her new home, about 75 yards from a natural gas compressor. It was only as the days and weeks wore on that the low whine of machinery started to take a toll. It was harder to hear the sounds of approaching predators, or even the normal noises of the […]

    Climate change is turning 99 percent of these baby sea turtles female
    Posted on Monday January 08, 2018

    Climate change is turning 99 percent of these baby sea turtles female
    Green sea turtles do not develop into males or females due to sex chromosomes, like humans and most other mammals do. Instead, the temperature outside a turtle egg influences the sex of the growing embryo. And this unusual biological quirk, scientists say, endangers their future in a warmer world. Already, some sea turtle populations are so skewed by heat that the young reptiles […]

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