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Have Coronavirus Questions? You Can Now Skype a Scientist for Free

The news is dominated by stories about virus immunity, antibodies and generally speaking — science. Do you have any coronavirus questions? You can now Skype with a scientist for free.
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Stuck home? Planets, moon providing predawn entertainment

By MARCIA DUNN AP Aerospace Writer CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Stuck at home this week? The planets and our moon are providing some early morning entertainment. Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and a crescent moon will be clustered together in the southeastern sky just before daybreak. Mercury will peek...
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You've Been Calculating Your Dog's Age All Wrong

Apparently, one human year does not equal seven in dog years. While the common formula to convert your four-legged friend’s age into the canine equivalent has been to simply multiply it by seven, it has no scientific backing . There's a Better Way Calculate Your Dog's True Age in Dog Years,...
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Eastlake Technology & Innovation Fair and Cycle and 5K Run

Explore majestic hills, a stunning lake and exceptional running trails along the Chula Vista Park District while participating in either the 25 Mile Road Bike Ride, the 18 Mile mountain bike ride, or the 5K community run/walk. Back for its second year is, the Technology and Innovation Fair...
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Study finds the universe might be 2 billion years younger

By SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- The universe is looking younger every day, it seems. New calculations suggest the universe could be a couple billion years younger than scientists now estimate, and even younger than suggested by two other calculations published this year that...
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Your body already told you

When it rains in San Diego, it's an event!! But your body already told you if it's going to rain because of the atmosphere we live in. Changes in barometric pressure will affect your joints, your sinuses and even your eyes. That can cause jostling among your joints, leading to discomfort, aches,...
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Understand the Equinox: See It From Space

From VisibleEarth.NASA.gov... One of the most frequently misunderstood concepts in science is the reason for Earth’s seasons. As we experience the September equinox on Saturday—anyone try to balance an egg yet?—we thought we’d offer a space-based view of what’s going on. When does the line between...
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Exact Time to Dunk an Oreo, According to Science

The perfect amount of time you should be dunking your Oreos, actually backed by research, is...
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Want to Live Longer? See More Concerts, Science Says

Science says the more shows the merrier.
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Science Cracks the Code: This is What a Good Dancer Looks Like

Find out what a good dancer looks like … and also what a bad dancer looks like. Because science.
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