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National Geographic has recognized the Southern Ocean as the fifth official ocean. The cartographic update doesn't surprise researchers who study the importance of the waters surrounding Antarctica.
A plump robin wearing a tiny metal backpack with an antenna hops around a suburban yard in Takoma Park, then plucks a cicada from the ground for a snack.
In a recent study, scientists concluded that an exotic form of matter that existed in the very early universe probably flows just like water. Throughout
Marine biologist Marah Hardt is fascinated with the mating habits of marine life. If we want to save the oceans, she says we have to understand the weird and whimsical sex that helps populate it.
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
After hearing a vicious rumor on the internet that vegetables aren't real, Maddie goes looking for answers. Turns out, vegetables are a mere culinary construct. Still healthful and delicious, but a kinda mythic category of food. With the help of Harvard botanist Molly Edwards, Maddie and Emily break down our favorite foods from broccoli to zucchini. Take our survey! Tell us what you love and what you would love to see more of — on our show, and also other NPR podcasts.Email the show at [email protected]
The blood-sucking critters are capable of thriving along the western coast, according to new research. Though experts don't exactly know how they're picking up the bacteria that causes the illness.
Catherine Mohr shares the story of a scuba diving trip gone wrong, where getting stabbed by a sea urchin transformed her relationship with the ocean... and ultimately led her to the love of her life.
An article suggests the natural light show starts when disturbances on the sun pull on Earth's magnetic field, creating cosmic waves that launch electrons into the atmosphere to form the aurora.
Montana now has six mobile crisis response teams — up from one in 2019 — with more in the works. Each team has a different makeup, but all use mental health support to diffuse tricky situations.
(Encore episode.) Scientists have known for decades that one of the main causes of the smell of fresh rain is geosmin: a chemical compound produced by soil-dwelling bacteria. But why do the bacteria make it in the first place? Reporter Emily Vaughn answers this mystery.Read the paper on which this episode was based.Take our survey! Tell us what you love and what you would love to see more of — on our show, and also other NPR podcasts.Other scent mysteries driving your nose wild? Email the show at [email protected] and we might track down the answer.
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease

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