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    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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    Planet Earth overshoot day

    We consumed a year’s worth of natural resources in just seven months.

    Earth Overshoot Day marks the point on the calendar at which humans have consumed a year’s worth of natural resources. This year, it came early.

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    New study directly links plastics and climate change.

    A new study reveals that plastics—especially the most common single-use plastics—are directly contributing to climate change.

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    Fossil fuels aren’t sustainable, but alternatives aren't perfect, either.

    What to know about Allbirds' new sandals, from field to flip-flop.

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    beef meat fresh carnivore

    Here's what you should know about the latest carnivore trend.

    If your love of ribeye knows no bounds, perhaps you’d be interested in the carnivore diet. The rules are simple—eat only meat—and the purported benefits seem boundless.

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    Trash folder

    Delete them all.

    When email overload hits, the best way to tackle it might be to delete everything and start over from scratch. Here's how to erase those messages in bulk.

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    Kelvin Droegemeier could be an huge boon to the scientific community.

    After a 19 month vacancy, President Trump has decided who he wants to lead the Office of Science and Technology Policy, according to the Washington Post. His pick is…

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    If only we could just study for a better grade.

    This week, NOAA released the State of the Climate report for 2017. The results—while not surprising—are distressing.

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    Direct positive paper portrait

    This complicated chemical process is a far cry from smartphone photography.

    This old technique produces unique, one-of-a-kind prints with no negative.

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    football players pouring water on coach

    Overhydration presents a real health hazard

    Football players absolutely need water, but they should be warned not to overdo it.

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    Consider this your end-of-summer reading list.

    Dive right in—there’s an ocean of books just waiting for you to explore.

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    self-driving car

    With virtual rides, researchers can run thousands of scenarios at once and take advantage of sped up 'sim time.'

    What is a simulated mile, and what does it mean to have a million of them under your belt?

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    a lung inside a bioreactor

    Even if they're not quite ready for human patients.

    Thousands of Americans every year undergo lung transplantation in order to replace organs failing for one of dozens of reasons.

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    Go eat in the woods.

    Lost in the woods? You don't need to look far for food. A nutritious buffet of wild edible plants surrounds you, just waiting to be plucked, cracked, and uprooted.

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    Steve Jobs iPad Apple tech children rules

    Steve Jobs didn't let his kids use iPads, and maybe you shouldn't either.

    From the fast food industry to Silicon Valley, numerous executives use the products they create differently than we do.

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    The end-of-week dispatch from PopSci's commerce editor. Vol. 52.

    My job is to find cool stuff. Throughout the week I spend hours scouring the web for things that are ingenious or clever or ridiculously cheap.

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    At stake? Their survival and the livelihoods that depend on them.

    Ocean acidification is causing fish to lose their sense of smell, potentially throwing marine ecosystems entirely out of balance.

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    The ancient Maya faced severe drought, according to a mineral deposit.

    Using the mineral gypsum, found at the bottom of a lake in Mexico, researchers showed that rainfall to the area dropped by nearly half during the collapse of the Maya,…

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    A new proposal wants to cut fuel efficiency standards, and it's going after California to do it.

    If you'd like to buy a more fuel-efficient car or pickup truck after 2020, think again. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Environmental…

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    NordVPN iOS

    Why you need a private internet connection for your phone.

    A VPN is great at keeping your personal data and browsing history safe from prying eyes. Here's how to use a mobile version on your phone.

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