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Greenland’s Ice Sheet Has Lost a Record Half-a-Trillion Tonnes in a...

Greenland's massive ice sheet saw a record net loss of 532 billion tonnes last year, raising red flags about accelerating sea level rise, according...

Study of More Than 55,000 COVID-19 Cases Reveals a Predictable Order...

A new study on the global pandemic has found those who contract COVID-19 may exhibit a predictable sequence of symptoms, and the order differs...

Loss of Smell in COVID-19 Has an Unusual Cause, Study Indicates

Losing your senses of taste and smell is a common symptom of COVID-19 - patients have reported being unable to tell that they're...

NASA Is Tracking a Vast, Growing Anomaly in Earth’s Magnetic Field

NASA is actively monitoring a strange anomaly in Earth's magnetic field: a giant region of lower magnetic intensity in the skies above the planet,...

Every Single Seafood Sample Tested in This Microplastics Study Was Polluted

Plastics were not made for human consumption, and yet consume them we must. Tiny remnants of these synthetic polymers have now leached into our...

Painting Eyes on The Butts of Cattle Can Protect Them From...

The predation of livestock by carnivores, and the retaliatory killing of carnivores as a result, is a major global conservation challenge. Such human-wildlife conflicts...

The Viral Loads of Asymptomatic Coronavirus Carriers Are Surprisingly High, Study...

People who are infected with the coronavirus carry similar levels of the pathogen in their nose, throat and lungs whether they have symptoms or...

Here’s Why Hydroxychloroquine Doesn’t Block The Coronavirus in Human Lung Cells

A paper came out in Nature on July 22 that further underscores earlier studies that show that neither the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine nor chloroquine...

Even People With Mild COVID-19 Symptoms Are Experiencing Long-Term Fatigue

People who have been seriously unwell and treated on intensive care units can expect to take some months to recover fully, regardless of their...

Humans Actually Have an Irrational Preference For Round Numbers

Would you rather save 90 percent with a product discount, or 91.27 percent? New research suggests that our minds are wired to prefer nice,...