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Armored Lobopodian Cardiodictyon catenulum Reconstruction

Science Textbooks Wrong? 525-Million-Year-Old Fossil Defies Common Explanation for Brain Evolution

Artist’s impression of an individual 525-million-year-old Cardiodictyon catenulum on the shallow coastal sea floor, emerging from the shelter of a small stromatolite built by photosynthetic bacteria. Credit: Nicholas Strausfeld/University of Arizona According to a new study, fossils of a tiny sea creature with a delicately preserved nervous system solve a century-old debate over how the …

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What Could Go Wrong?! 48,500-Year-Old Siberian Virus is Revived

The world’s oldest known frozen and dormant virus has been revived in a French laboratory leading many to express concerns about the dangers of bringing to life ancient microbes. The virus was removed from the Siberian permafrost in Russia’s far east and is 48,500 years old, offering proof that viruses are incredibly hardy and capable …

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The Most Exciting Thing In Science Is When We Find Out We Were Wrong |  Defector

The Most Exciting Thing In Science Is When We Find Out We Were Wrong | Defector

Space is so hot right now. The uncrewed Artemis I mission is on its way to lunar orbit, the first in a series of missions that plans to return humans to the moon by the end of the decade. A spacewalk at the The International Space Station went down this week, and it was streamed …

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The Webb space telescope has just imaged another most-distant galaxy, breaking its record after a week

Something is wrong with Einstein’s theory of gravity

Everything in the universe has gravity – and feels it too. Yet this most common of all fundamental forces is also the one that presents the biggest challenges to physicists. Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity (opens in new tab) has been remarkably successful in describing the gravity of stars and planets, but it doesn’t …

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Are Newton’s Laws of Gravity Wrong: Observation Puzzles Researchers

Astrophysicists have made a puzzling discovery while analyzing certain star clusters. The finding challenges Newton’s laws of gravity. Instead, the observations are consistent with the predictions of an alternative theory of gravity. (Artistic concept of strange gravity.) Finding cannot be explained by classical assumptions. An international team of astrophysicists has made a puzzling discovery while …

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Was Andreessen Wrong to Go 'All In' Amid Crypto Winter?

Was Andreessen Wrong to Go ‘All In’ Amid Crypto Winter?

Venture capital (VC) firm Andreessen Horowitz got into blockchain and cryptocurrency early, making large investments in a wide range of fields, just as it did while building itself into a giant during the internet boom of the late 1990s and early 2000s. But as the crypto winter’s temperature keeps dropping, the firm’s Crypto Funds I-IV, …

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A 'cataclysmic' celestial couple gone wrong - a star eats its mate

A ‘cataclysmic’ celestial couple gone wrong – a star eats its mate

WASHINGTON, Oct 6 (Reuters) – Unlike the lonely sun, about half the stars in our Milky Way galaxy are in a long-term committed relationship with another star, orbiting each other in a celestial marriage called a binary system. Researchers this week described one of these marriages gone wrong – a twosome that borders on the …

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Wrong place, wrong time: How things went so badly for Twitter's new CEO so quickly |  CNN Business

Wrong place, wrong time: How things went so badly for Twitter’s new CEO so quickly | CNN Business

New York CNN Business — When Parag Agrawal took over as Twitter’s CEO last November following co-founder Jack Dorsey’s surprise resignation from the role, he was little known outside the company. Ten months later, Agrawal has featured prominently in a whistleblower disclosure, been rebuked by name in a Congressional hearing and fielded criticism from the …

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The Reporter Who Broke The Original Jeffrey Dahmer Story Spoke About What The Netflix Show Got Wrong

The Reporter Who Broke The Original Jeffrey Dahmer Story Spoke About What The Netflix Show Got Wrong

Created and written by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, Dahmer chronicles the brutal murders of men and young boys by serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, who is played by Evan Peters, between 1978 and 1991. The show has been praised by some for taking a more critical look at how the Milwaukee Police Departments failed to …

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