An surprising find in a pit of bones upsets a lot of what we thought we knew about human ancestry
(BAKERSVILLE, N.C.) — Jeff Pollard trudged up the steep slope and stopped at a desiccated, rust-brown tree. Two months earlier, workers had tagged this Fraser fir as ready for market.
It was going to be someone’s Christmas tree. And now it was dead.
“Never get paid back for this tree,” he said with a shrug. “Eleven years of
(BISMARCK, N.D.) — When George Loegering saw a large spinning circle of ice in the Sheyenne River while out hunting with relatives, the retired engineer couldn’t believe his eyes.
“At first I thought, no way! It was surreal,” Loegering, 73, said Tuesday of the large ice disk he witnessed Saturday. “You looked at it and you thought, …
The British scientist was considered a luminary in molecular biology
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Every home you’ve ever lived in has had a population in the billions—and in many cases, that’s a good thing
It takes a tricky bit of neural cross-wiring to make you remember things that never happened
A new look at old data gives credence to a long-suspected phenomenon
A virus as big as a bacterium is like a mouse as big as an elephant—and scientists just found one
Nuclear blasts lodge radioactive isotopes in the brain—and what they reveal is actually good news