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This Asian fruit is the smelliest thing you’re ever going to encounter

If you’ve ever smelt this fruit, you probably recall its lingering, pungent, meaty scent, whether you want to or not. Maybe it evokes vomit-inducing memories you tried hard to suppress, or a sensory dream-come-true you never wanted to end. But the truth is, there’s no fruit more fascinating or polarizing than the durian. For more...CONTINUE READING
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The octopuses are invading! Well, kinda…

These Curled octopuses were seen doing something pretty rare. They were spotted wondering onto shore in Wales and mysteriously dying. Pretty spooky.  This type of behavior is pretty strange. Some believe that this is related to the unusual storm activity.  Read more…More about Climate, Science, Animals, Mashable Video, and Nature admin html template by maxartkiller...CONTINUE READING
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Tourism isn’t thinking much about climate change and that’s a problem

Tourism is contributing to climate change, and it appears there’s not much being done by the industry to address it. Only 21 percent of tourism policies in Australia referenced climate change, according to a paper published in the Journal of Sustainable Tourism. SEE ALSO: These edible wrappers could help keep plastic out of the ocean...CONTINUE READING
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Scientists found a mysterious void in the Great Pyramid of Giza thanks to particle physics

A void secreted away in the largest pyramid in Giza has been revealed thanks to some space-age technology. Scientists used cutting-edge imaging techniques to see how particles called muons behaved deep within the Great Pyramid, also known as Khufu’s Pyramid.  SEE ALSO: Magnificent images capture the ancient and modern wonders of 1800s Egypt The behavior...CONTINUE READING
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Category:Egypt, Science, Space

Trump’s pick for NASA chief has an appalling record on LGBTQ rights, and that matters for the space agency

Jim Bridenstine has a problem. The Oklahoma congressman and President Donald Trump’s nominee for NASA administrator really wants the job, but he may not get it, and not for the reasons you might think. On Wednesday, during Bridenstine’s confirmation hearing before the Senate’s Commerce, Science, and Transportation committee, the congressman was hit hard by Democrats...CONTINUE READING
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This is the most fascinating fruit

If you’ve ever smelt this fruit, you probably recall its lingering, pungent, meaty scent, whether you want to or not. Maybe it evokes vomit-inducing memories you tried hard to suppress, or a sensory dream-come-true you never wanted to end. There’s no fruit more fascinating or polarizing than the durian. Read more…More about Science, Food, Mashable...CONTINUE READING
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The International Space Station is getting its first printer upgrade in 17 years

Somewhere, 254 miles above us, an astronaut is probably printing something. Ever since the International Space Station (ISS) welcomed its first residents in November of 2000, there have been printers on board. SEE ALSO: Elon Musk unveils his plans to build cities in space Astronauts use them to print out critical mission information, emergency evacuation...CONTINUE READING
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Category:Nasa, Science, Space, Tech

Prominent scientist sues critic of his work for $10 million

UPDATED Nov. 1, 2017 at 5:45 p.m. PT with a statement from Christopher Clack. In a rare move that is likely to spark an intense debate in the climate science community, Mark Z. Jacobson, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford University, has filed suit in D.C. Superior Court against the author and...CONTINUE READING
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