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This Is What Heat Stroke Does To Your Body

huffingtonpost.com  -  35 minutes ago
If you're experiencing these symptoms, seek cooler temperatures ASAP.

Highways Could Help Bears and Butterflies

scientificamerican.com  -  2 hours ago
Smart design and roadside management could actually improve the odds for wildlife

Dodgers hit four home runs, complete sweep of Chicago Cubs

ocregister.com  -  13 hours ago
LOS ANGELES — Clayton Kershaw did little to help the Dodgers sweep the Chicago Cubs on Sunday. Fortunately for Kershaw, Cubs starter Jon Lester did even less to prevent a sweep. The Dodgers h…

The Dodgers are stretching out their relievers, to mostly good effect

ocregister.com  -  14 hours ago
LOS ANGELES — When Sergio Romo handed the ball to manager Dave Roberts in the seventh inning of Sunday’s game against the Chicago Cubs, he did something no Dodger relief pitcher had done sinc…

Law enforcement agencies from around the county pay tribute to fallen officers

ocregister.com  -  17 hours ago
Not everyone who dies serving their country makes that sacrifice fighting on foreign land. Kicking off Memorial Day weekend, law enforcement members, their families and others gathered Thursday nig…

Cutting H-1B Visas Endangers Scientific Progress For Everyone

wired.com  -  19 hours ago
Opinion: The US shouldn't cut the supply of H-1B visas for skilled scientists.

Pollen-Shaped Lamps Will Make You Want to Sneeze

nerdist.com  -  21 hours ago
If you're prone to sneezing, try not to look at this GIF for too long: Tree full of pollen All those showers we got in April have brought May flowers, and the May flowers have in turn brought allergy season thanks to all the pollen that's filling the air right now. Although we'd hope your pollen…

Shaking the Dinosaur Family Tree

A major reshuffling of dinosaur relationships may be afoot

Tangoing pairs of hungry supermassive black holes grow in number

newscientist.com  -  a day ago
The discovery of more of these deadly duos through a fresh data-sifting technique raises the hope that their secret recipe might soon be unlocked

52 of Cassini's most beautiful postcards from the outer solar system

popsci.com  -  a day ago
The spacecraft completely changed our view of Saturn and her moons

Make instant slushies with supercooling

popsci.com  -  a day ago
A scientific party trick.

Early Collapse of Arctic Sea Ice Is Another Ominous Sign of Rapid Warming

livescience.com  -  a day ago
The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the lower latitudes, and scientists report sea ice across the Nares Strait just collapsed two months earlier than normal.

How Would Engineers Build the Golden Gate Bridge Today?

livescience.com  -  a day ago
It's been 80 years since this beloved landmark opened to San Francisco traffic. In the interim, technology has advanced – is there a better way to span this strait?

Scientists Are Using Century-Old Tumours to Study Rare Childhood Cancers

sciencealert.com  -  a day ago
A team of scientists are using the oldest intact tumours available to research the genes of rare childhood cancers. Their study is the first to sequence tumour samples that were collected nearly 100 years ago.

Hunting Big Game: Why People Kill Animals for Fun

scientificamerican.com  -  a day ago
Thousands of people each year visit wild spaces across Africa with guns in hand. They’re playing a dangerous game

Blue Whale Found Dead On Northern California Beach Likely Struck By Ship

huffingtonpost.com  -  a day ago
79-foot female suffered blunt force trauma and several broken bones.

Click your heels to get home with these Uber ruby slippers

newscientist.com  -  a day ago
By cobbling together some souped-up shoes, you can do a Dorothy and whizz yourself home at the end of a night on the town

Microsoft Plans on Storing Its Data on DNA in The Next 3 Years

sciencealert.com  -  a day ago
If we used DNA like we use magnetic tape to store data today, it's theoretically possible to s tore all of the information humans have ever recorded in a space roughly the size of a double garage .

Our galaxy produces 9 trillion kilograms of antimatter a second—how?

arstechnica.com  -  a day ago
New study proposes a (relatively) mundane source: a specific class of supernova.

Super Wasps threatening to invade gardens

dailymail.co.uk  -  2 days ago
The European wasp, which is roughly half an inch long, are larger than standard wasps and are recognisable from their three black spots on their faces.

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