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Massive Ice Age asteroid crater discovered beneath Greenland

Scientists have discovered an impact crater large enough to swallow Paris.

Boston Children’s Hospital study may add to case supporting low carb diet

The study of a group of overweight adults who had recently lost weight found that eating fewer carbs increased the number of calories they burned.

The kilogram is changing. Weight, what?

Until now, a kilogram’s mass has been defined by the granddaddy of all kilos: a golf ball-sized metal cylinder locked in a vault in France.

Leavens her list with something spiritual

Lisa Genova’s latest novel is “Every Note Played’’ about a pianist with Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Harvard researchers suggest interstellar object might have been from alien civilization

Remember that strange interstellar object that passed close to earth in the fall of 2017? It could be a piece of space junk from from an alien civilization.

You’d better enjoy the wilderness now. It’s almost gone, study says

Scientists are warning that if human beings continue to mine the world’s wildernesses for resources, the planet’s few remaining wild places could disappear in decades.

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