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Should you trust climate science?

Eclipse mania peaked among many Americans on August 21. Thanks to the work of scientists, people knew exactly what time to expect the eclipse. In less entertaining but more important ways, we respond to scientific predictions all the time, even though we have ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago

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Scientists predicted how the solar corona will look like during Solar Eclipse

A day before the Great American Eclipse is set to sweep the USA, Indian scientists have predicted how the solar corona - the mysterious outer region of the Sun - would look like during the total solar eclipse. Their predictions show lotus petal-like shapes ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Emails Show How the Food Industry Uses Science to Push Soda

Bloomberg A conversation between two former Coke executives reveals some of the tricks of the trade There are few federal food policies as contentious as the US Dietary Guidelines, developed every five years after a report by the independent US Dietary ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 days ago

Science is a prism that reflects life

Today science is enjoying a much-needed moment in the popular cultural zeitgeist, as indicated by march for science held in April 2017 and the popular TV show Bill Nye Saves the World, by Bill Nye, nicknamed “the Science guy.” Writing in Washington Post, ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Relying on 'gut feelings' linked to belief in fake news: study

People who tend to trust their intuition or believe that the facts they hear are politically biased are more likely to stand behind inaccurate beliefs and 'fake news', a study suggests. Those who rely on concrete evidence to form their beliefs are less likely ...
 Business Standard3 days ago

RISKFACTOR: No fear

It seems fear can actually become a great motivator Many of our actions are driven by fear. In the workplace, employees might feel the threat of negative feedback, poor appraisals, or dealing with an angry upset boss — and that might drive our behaviors.
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Elderly rich folk can now buy the blood of young people to stay healthy

In one of the stranger moments from the recently concluded season of HBO's Silicon Valley, middle-aged tech mogul Gavin Belson is shown receiving blood infusions from a young, healthy man in an attempt to prevent ageing. The 'blood boy' method, as the show ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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'The bullet train can be Modi's legacy'

'The politician in him saw to it that the foundation stone was laid in Ahmedabad in the run-up to the assembly election in Gujarat in 2017.''But the statesman in him also wants it to be his legacy.' IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Kawasaki Heavy Industries during Modi's visit to Japan last year. Photograph: Kind courtesy Narendra Modi/Twitter In 1964, just before the Tokyo Olympics, Japan launched its first bullet train from Tokyo to Osaka.
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A bomb worse than an atom bomb in Kim Jong-un's hands!

The nuclear test of September 3 proved that North Korea's hydrogen bomb is capable of being loaded onto an intercontinental ballistic missile, heightening the real danger to global security.North Korea is unlikely to strike first, but its response in retaliation, if attacked, could be massive even at the expense of its own destruction, says Rajaram Panda. FAQ: All you need to know about North Korea's H-bomb North Korean leader Kim Jong-un inspects a nuclear device in Pyongyang on September 3, ...
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Saving the crocodiles

Saltwater crocodiles are the world's largest reptiles, and these had already disappeared from the coasts of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh by the 1970s. In all of Bhitarkanika, there were only 96 of them left.The census this January noted their count at 1,682.Nikita Puri reports. IMAGE: In the 1970s, there were only 96 saltwater crocodiles in Bhitarkanika.As of January this year, their number has increased to 1,682.Photograph: Kind courtesy Charlesjsharp/Wikimedia Commons A turquoise ...
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