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Trilobites: The Swiss Consider the Lobster. It Feels Pain, They Decide.


The Swiss government has banned tossing lobsters and other crustaceans into boiling water. But what’s the science behind that decision? (Ny Times Science) More More

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Posted on 23 January 2018 | 10:58 am | Google News

The Swiss Consider the Lobster. It Feels Pain, They Decide. - New York Times


New York Times

The Swiss Consider the Lobster. It Feels Pain, They Decide.
New York Times
The government of Switzerland kicked off a debate this week when it ordered that lobsters and other crustaceans no longer be dropped alive into boiling water. Boiling them causes pain, the government said, and should be replaced by a more rapid method ...
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Posted on 12 January 2018 | 3:17 pm | Google News

Give Thanks for the Winter Solstice. You Might Not Be Here Without It. - New York Times


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Give Thanks for the Winter Solstice. You Might Not Be Here Without It.
New York Times
The winter solstice marks the shortest day of the year, before the sun reverses course and climbs higher into the sky. (At the same time, places like Australia in the Southern Hemisphere mark the summer solstice, the longest day of the year.) This is a ...
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Posted on 21 December 2017 | 6:05 am | Google News

The Great Red Spot Descends Deep Into Jupiter - New York Times


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The Great Red Spot Descends Deep Into Jupiter
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Posted on 14 December 2017 | 5:57 am | Google News

Ticks Trapped in Amber Were Likely Sucking Dinosaur Blood - New York Times


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Ticks Trapped in Amber Were Likely Sucking Dinosaur Blood
New York Times
It provided indirect evidence that the prehistoric ticks infested dinosaurs, according to Ricardo Pérez-de la Fuente a paleobiologist at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and an author on the paper. They also found one tick that was ...
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Posted on 13 December 2017 | 6:04 am | Google News

How Layers in a Latte Form - New York Times


New York Times

How Layers in a Latte Form
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Created by accident, or by baristas experimenting with new drinks, these striped beverages start with a glass of heated milk and then pour in the espresso. They're not as pretty or popular as a unicorn Frappuccino or a rainbow latte, but they have ...

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Posted on 12 December 2017 | 2:25 pm | Google News

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