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How reindeer eyes transform in winter to give them twilight vision | The Conversation

Shutterstock There’s more to reindeer than meets the eye. Reindeer are loved the world over for their dark, expressive eyes, majestic antlers and magical association with Santa Claus. The moment you learn the cold, hard truth of how Christmas presents … Continue reading

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How Covid is Helping Us Study Lightning

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t just affected us. It’s also affected the weather. And this turns out to be a lucky natural experiment to help us understand how […]much we influence the world around us. Hosted by: Hank Green […]

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BREAKING: New Phase of Matter

What are time crystals? How do scientists make one on a quantum computer. […]

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Astrophotographer Captures the Andromeda Galaxy From Backyard | My Modern Met

By Jessica Stewart on June 11, 2022 Here’s what photographer Brennan Gilmore saw from his backyard in Charlottesville, Virginia. In the summer of 2020, the world was enthralled with the Comet Neowise, which only makes an appearance every 6,800 years. … Continue reading

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What is the rarest color in nature? – Victoria Hwang

Discover what colors are the most rare to see in nature, and how physics and evolution drive their scarcity. — Plants, animals, or minerals found in nature bear almost every color imaginable. There are two factors that influence what hues … Continue reading

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What do the dreams of nonhuman animals say about their lives? | Aeon Essays

Photo by Diane Seddon/Getty The psychic lives of nonhuman dreamers reveal colours, harmonies and beauties of which we had little inkling until now   Due to a case of partial blindness, the French painter Henri Matisse began experimenting with a … Continue reading

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Why’d the Ocean Stop Getting Saltier?

[…] If salty water is constantly spilling into the world’s oceans, does that mean they are getting saltier by the day? Hosted by: Hank Green […]

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A Mysterious Cosmic Bubble Has Surrounded The Solar System And We Finally Know Its Origin

Our solar system lies at the center of a huge bubble in space known as the local bubble. This cavity has an extremely low particle density, at least ten times lower than the average density of the interstellar medium in … Continue reading

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Strange Aurora Sound Phenomenon Is Real And Has Been Recorded and Explained

[…] Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about new discoveries in regards to a strange phenomena produced by aurora on the planet – the auroral sound This time, finally explained Links: https://www.aalto.fi/en/news/the-auro… … Continue reading

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The healing power of music – How does music impact us? | DW Documentary

Music affects all levels of the human brain, and directly affects our emotions. Music shapes us in the womb, touches us deeply and can even drive us to perform at our peak. And it can help us to live healthier … Continue reading

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