There's a Strange Paradox in The Way We Want to Connect With Strangers
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There's a Strange Paradox in The Way We Want to Connect With Strangers

Many people feel uncomfortable talking to strangers and end up feeling awkward. What if that's not the case? According to a new study, people have a
New microscopy technique makes deep in vivo brain imaging possible
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New microscopy technique makes deep in vivo brain imaging possible

Microscopy uses a deformable mirror to focus light on live tissue. They would normaly distort its propagation. This mirror allows us to see the
so why do deep divisions between fans and owners remain?
Sports

so why do deep divisions between fans and owners remain?

West Ham fans marched last February 2020 in protest against David Gold and David Sullivan, the club's owners, and Karren Brady, a board member. West
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Race to the bottom: the disastrous blindfolded rush to mine the deep sea

One brief bureaucratic note, from a degraded microstate in South Pacific to an obscure institution in the Caribbean, is about to make a significant
Hubble telescope peers deep into Milky Way galaxy, captures starfield
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Hubble telescope peers deep into Milky Way galaxy, captures starfield

We Earthlings live in a solar system located on one of the great spiral arms within the Milky Way galaxy. The legendary Hubble Space Telescope,
Mapping of magnetic stripes to discover how fast ocean crust is created
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Mapping of magnetic stripes to discover how fast ocean crust is created

The Sentry, an autonomous underwater vehicle, was used for mapping the magnetic stripes of Pito Deep. This large chasm is located in the Pacific
Artificial intelligence may be set to reveal climate-change tipping points
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Artificial intelligence may be set to reveal climate-change tipping points

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Artificial intelligence is being developed by researchers to assess the tipping point for climate change. Deep
Chelsea beat Tottenham with ease, PSG's super-trio needs work, Juventus in deep trouble
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Chelsea beat Tottenham with ease, PSG's super-trio needs work, Juventus in deep trouble

The European soccer weekend did not disappoint (does that ever happen? With a series of impressive results and captivating performances, the
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Companies hoping to grow carbon-sucking kelp may be rushing ahead of the science

Elon Musk, a tweeter, stated that he would give $100 million to carbon-removal technologies. This sparked the imagination of entrepreneurs and
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Superhero movies have a deep connection to 9/11, and it shows how NYC and Disney capitalized on our collective grief

Twenty years after September 11, 2001, the superhero movie has become a dominant form of entertainment and collective therapy. Both New York City's