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Will a Volcanic Eruption Be a Burp or a Blast?

Last December, a gloopy ooze of lava started extruding out of the summit of La Soufrière, a volcano on the Caribbean island of...

Sleep Evolved Before Brains. Hydras Are Living Proof

The hydra is a easy creature. Less than half an inch lengthy, its tubular physique has a foot at one finish and a...

A New Math Shortcut Helps Describe Black Hole Collisions

What sorts of conditions may create such mergers? Researchers aren’t certain, since it is a newly opening frontier of the universe. But there...

The Secret Role Histones Played in Complex Cell Evolution

That’s why Tobias Warnecke, who research archaeal histones at Imperial College London, thinks that “there’s something special that must have happened at the...

What If Gravity Is Actually a Double Copy of Other Forces?

As far as physicists have been in a position to decide, nature speaks two mutually unintelligible languages: one for gravity and one for...

High-Energy Cosmic Ray Sources Get Mapped Out for the First Time

Immediately, sure shares have risen: specifically, three varieties of candidate objects that thread the needle of being comparatively frequent in the cosmos but...

The Brain ‘Rotates’ Memories to Save Them From New Sensations

This use of orthogonal coding to separate and shield info within the mind has been seen earlier than. For occasion, when monkeys are...

Mathematicians Settle the Erdős Coloring Conjecture

In the fall of 1972, Vance Faber was a brand new professor at the University of Colorado. When two influential mathematicians, Paul Erdős...

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