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    a cruise ship

    Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.

    What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we promise you’ll have an even weirder answer if you listen to PopSci’s newest podcast.

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    husky digging in the snow

    Little genetic legacy remains from these pups.

    When people traversed across the land bridge connecting Siberia to North America, dogs trotted by their sides. Canines and their human companions spread throughout the…

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    aston martin car

    The British automaker worked out some of the kinks when it reissued its classic coupe.

    In the early 1960s, Aston Martin built just 75 of its dapper DB4GT racecars. In recreating it, the British automaker worked out some of the kinks of its classic coupe.

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    a bee on the sidewalk

    Even if they survive, they might not thrive.

    Levels of pesticides currently considered safe to use may still have a big effect on bee colony survival.

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    colors pigments

    Humans have been searching for newer, better colors since, well, forever.

    Few colors can compete with the origin story of the recently discovered sahara pink, but the idea of natural pigments isn’t so strange.

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    Amazon Prime Day 2018

    Don't miss out.

    Once a year, Amazon offers its Prime subscribers an extravaganza of special deals. We have the strategies and tools you need to find the best prices this Prime Day.

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    an illustration of a neutrino detector at the south pole

    Neutrinos, meet IceCube.

    Ghost particles, AKA neutrinos, are literally everywhere—trillions of them, each with barely any mass at all, are passing through your body right now.

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    U.S. Supreme Court

    New cases, shifting strategies, and the uncertainty of a reshuffled bench

    On October 1, Weyerhaeuser vs. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be the first environmental-protection case of a new Supreme Court bench. The July retirement of…

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    To get people excited for Prime Day, Amazon is offering exclusive Prime-member discounts.

    PopSci is always on the lookout for today's best deals. Our lists will be updated throughout the day, so check back to see if stumbled upon any awesome new discounts.

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    Coral reef ecosystem.

    Invading rodents are mucking up the food chain.

    A single invasive species can not just deeply impact the landscape it overruns, but fundamentally alter the wider marine realm that surrounds it.

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    RCW 38

    The Very Large Telescope got new adaptive optics technology.

    Even for a powerful camera like HAWK-I, there are limitations to being a ground-based telescope. Namely, the sky. Sure, we like having an atmosphere because it lets us…

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    Feel fast everyday.

    Nike's new Pegasus Turbo shoe is designed to be a fast training shoe that feels almost as fast as a racing shoe.

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    hunter gatherer bow arrow

    Ötzi is a good reminder that there's no one ancient, natural diet for us to return to.

    There’s been quite a lot of controversy surrounding ancient diets, but one thing is clear: hunter-gatherers eat whatever it is most efficient to hunt and gather.

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    shell on the sand at the beach

    Clean up sneaky grains of silica.

    Tired of sand clinging stubbornly to your skin and getting wedged in your rugs? We have a few tricks to keep the grains at the beach where they belong.

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    Green roofs extreme heat island management

    Green roofs and white paints are a heat-buster's best friends.

    Roadways are melting and the elderly are dying in spades. Here’s how humans are trying to manage extreme heat.

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    Artist’s rendering of a Mars artificial gravity transfer vehicle

    A real breath of fresh air.

    One of the main challenges with long-distance space flight is transporting enough oxygen for astronauts to breathe and enough fuel to power complex electronics.

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    Nikon P1000

    That much zoom pushes into telescope territory.

    The Nikon P1000 has 125x optical zoom, which means it starts a little wider than your typical smartphone camera lens, and can zoom far enough that you can focus on…

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    A dog portrait

    Tail wags, rat giggles, and horse snorts.

    We assume animals are happy, sad, scared or upset based on their behavior. But how do we know if our pets are content?

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    charging cable

    Worn-out chargers endanger you and your device.

    You carry your charger everywhere, but all that back-and-forth takes a toll. Here’s how to deal with fraying cables, and protect them from wearing out in the first…

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    Help your skin heal with these tips from a dermatologist.

    The market offers tons of sunburn treatments—and equally as many old wives’ remedies claim that they provide superior relief. Here's the scientific answer.

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