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Once we have a concept, it eventually gets etched in stone, in the stonework of our consciousness. No one gives up their ideas easily, no matter what those ideas are. So people identified with concepts end up hating change because they are into the a

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Within weeks, the disease had spread across Europe into the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, France and across the English Channel to the British Isles. When a Miles Joseph Berkeley of England received infected leaf samples from a friend in

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In December of 2021 and January of 2022, two teams of physicists, one an international collaboration including researchers from the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information in Vienna and the Southern University of Science and Technology i

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So far we've discussed common sense definitions of stupidity. It tends to be described as a lack of something - either cognitive horsepower ('intelligence'), or knowledge, or thinking. This seems inadequate. Defining it only as an absence of br

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General anesthesia redefined surgery and medicine, but over a century later it still carries significant risks. Too much sedation can lead to neurocognitive disorders and may even shorten lifespan; too little can lead to traumatic and painful wakeful

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Problem: Our spines are a mess. It's a wonder we can even walk, says Bruce Latimer, director of the Center for Human Origins at Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland. When our ancestors walked on all fours, their spines arched, like a bow,

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Stellar mass black holes, the ones formed by collapsing stars, are thought to be the most abundant. Occasionally they get trapped in each other's gravitational pull and merge in a process of spectacular cosmic violence. It was through such a "bin

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I wasn't sure why the squid were that close to the surface. Most squid, I would learn, live in the ocean column known as the mesopelagic, the "Twilight Zone." It starts roughly 600 feet below the surface and goes down into darker waters, about

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A decade later, Dr. Robert Petersdorf, an internationally renowned expert in infectious disease, also worried over the direction modern medicine was headed. In 1989, Petersdorf stated, "We can no longer tolerate dishonesty, cheating, fraud and conf

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