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Western Men See Drop in Sperm Counts, But Cause Remains a Mystery

Sperm counts among men in Western countries have dropped considerably in the last several decades, according to a new study.
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Western Men See Drop in Sperm Counts, But Cause Remains a Mystery

Sperm counts among men in Western countries have dropped considerably in the last several decades, according to a new study.

Stunning Dark Images Reveal Movement of Trillion-Ton Antarctic Iceberg

Stunning new images capture the movement of a gigantic iceberg that recently broke off from the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica.
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Stunning Dark Images Reveal Movement of Trillion-Ton Antarctic Iceberg

Stunning new images capture the movement of a gigantic iceberg that recently broke off from the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica.

Upcoming Solar Eclipse Is a Chance to Prove Einstein Right (Again)

For some skywatchers, the upcoming total solar eclipse is an opportunity to duplicate one of the most famous experiments of the 20th century.
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Upcoming Solar Eclipse Is a Chance to Prove Einstein Right (Again)

For some skywatchers, the upcoming total solar eclipse is an opportunity to duplicate one of the most famous experiments of the 20th century.

Not Aliens: Weird Radio Signal from Star Likely Has Duller Explanation

A strange radio signal that seemed to emanate from a small nearby star probably came from Earth-orbiting satellites, astronomers said.
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Not Aliens: Weird Radio Signal from Star Likely Has Duller Explanation

A strange radio signal that seemed to emanate from a small nearby star probably came from Earth-orbiting satellites, astronomers said.

Not Aliens: Weird Radio Signal from Star Likely Has Duller Explanation

A strange radio signal that seemed to emanate from a small nearby star probably came from Earth-orbiting satellites, astronomers said.
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Not Aliens: Weird Radio Signal from Star Likely Has Duller Explanation

A strange radio signal that seemed to emanate from a small nearby star probably came from Earth-orbiting satellites, astronomers said.

Striking Study Shows How Football Affects the Brain

A study of the brains of more than 200 deceased football players — including 111 who played in the National Football League (NFL) — reveals that nearly 90 percent of the players had a brain disease called chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
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Striking Study Shows How Football Affects the Brain

A study of the brains of more than 200 deceased football players — including 111 who played in the National Football League (NFL) — reveals that nearly 90 percent of the players had a brain disease called chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

Butterfly Wing Optics Help to Cheaply Create Bright, Realistic Holograms

Researchers used complex 3D nanostructures to produce holograms with the rich colors and bright display that may one day make sophisticated holograms an everyday reality.
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Butterfly Wing Optics Help to Cheaply Create Bright, Realistic Holograms

Researchers used complex 3D nanostructures to produce holograms with the rich colors and bright display that may one day make sophisticated holograms an everyday reality.

Deductive Reasoning vs. Inductive Reasoning

Deduction starts out with a generalization that follows a process to reach a specific, logical conclusion. Induction is the opposite - making a generalization from a set of specific observations.
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Deductive Reasoning vs. Inductive Reasoning

Deduction starts out with a generalization that follows a process to reach a specific, logical conclusion. Induction is the opposite - making a generalization from a set of specific observations.

Cyborg Employees? Company Offers Free Microchipping to Workers

One company is offering their employees the unusual perk of getting a free microchip, which they see as the future of micropayments.
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Cyborg Employees? Company Offers Free Microchipping to Workers

One company is offering their employees the unusual perk of getting a free microchip, which they see as the future of micropayments.

5 Comic Book Superpowers That Really Exist in Animals

Evolution has been occurring for billions of years, producing organisms that are perfectly adapted to their environments. And this includes abilities that we would normally consider superpowers if humans were to have them.
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5 Comic Book Superpowers That Really Exist in Animals

Evolution has been occurring for billions of years, producing organisms that are perfectly adapted to their environments. And this includes abilities that we would normally consider superpowers if humans were to have them.

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