'Every Breath You Take' is the ultimate all-round song (according to science)
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'Every Breath You Take' is the ultimate all-round song (according to science)

Science has determined that 'Every Breath you Take' is the best all-round song. YouTube: Every Breath You Take, The Police Some songs are
Is a Lush Beard a Signal of Having More Testosterone? Not So Fast, Says New Study
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Is a Lush Beard a Signal of Having More Testosterone? Not So Fast, Says New Study

Peacock courtship is no small affair. The peacock gyrates a fan of shimmering feathers to impress his potential partner. The peacock will be out of
Cats found to track owner's movements even when they cannot see them
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Cats found to track owner's movements even when they cannot see them

Fig 1. A test room arrangement. The cats' homes (cat cafe or house) had slight differences in the arrangement of testing rooms. Speaker 1 was placed
New clues to the biology of long COVID are starting to emerge
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New clues to the biology of long COVID are starting to emerge

We are beginning to see new clues about the biology of COVID. Kelly LaDue toggle caption After being afflicted by the virus for several weeks, Kelly
Don't Freak Out or Anything, But Your Cat Is Tracking Your Movements
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Don't Freak Out or Anything, But Your Cat Is Tracking Your Movements

Your cat is lying on your lap purring in deep, soothing contentment. You get up and leave the room. What's your cat thinking right now? It's possible
Coal creation mechanism uncovered
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Coal creation mechanism uncovered

Max Lloyd, Penn State's assistant research professor of geosciences, tested samples from all over the globe. The left-hand side shows wood, lignite
Simple silicon coating solves long-standing optical challenge
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Simple silicon coating solves long-standing optical challenge

A scanning electron microscope image of the compressor with a 158 nm diameter nanopillar. Credit: Harvard SEAS Today, a variety of applications use
A Massive Rock Orbiting The Sun Appears to Have Originated Surprisingly Close to Us
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A Massive Rock Orbiting The Sun Appears to Have Originated Surprisingly Close to Us

Our Moon seems careless. A new analysis has shown that a piece of rock found near Earth's orbital path and the Sun appears to be made from the same
Discarded Tires Are ‘Ghost Fishing’ Hermit Crabs
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Discarded Tires Are ‘Ghost Fishing’ Hermit Crabs

Around 30 million metric tons worth of truck and car tires are thrown away each year. Most of these tires are recycled and used in fuel or in other
New Vaccine Kills HIV in Monkeys, Researchers Planning Human Trial
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New Vaccine Kills HIV in Monkeys, Researchers Planning Human Trial

Image by Getty/ Futurism Treatments Japanese newspaper The Asahi Shimbun reports that a team of Japanese researchers has developed a vaccine that