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Evolutionary trade-off: Having kids will break your heart

  Evolutionary trade-off: Having kids will break your heart Scientists have long wondered why coronary artery disease (CAD), which develops over a lifetime, has not been eliminated through natural selection. CAD starts in young adults, progressing over time to become …

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John Milton: Paradise Lost – Book 8

  John Milton Paradise Lost Book 8 The Angel ended, and in Adam’s ear So charming left his voice, that he a while Thought him still speaking, still stood fixed to hear; Then, as new waked, thus gratefully replied. What …

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Drug Regimen Boosts Outcomes for Some Breast Cancer Patients

  Drug Regimen Boosts Outcomes for Some Breast Cancer Patients By Anna Williams For women with breast cancer classified as both HER2-positive and hormone receptor-positive, a combination of two HER2-targeting drugs plus hormone therapy provided the most benefit to patients …

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A Poem by Billy Collins: Pinup

  Pinup The murkiness of the local garage is not so dense that you cannot make out the calendar of pinup drawings on the wall above a bench of tools. Your ears are ringing with the sound of the mechanic …

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Solar eclipse caused bow waves in Earth’s atmosphere

This graphic shows atmospheric bow waves forming during the August 2017 eclipse over the continental United States. Image: Shunrong Zhang/Haystack Observatory   Solar eclipse caused bow waves in Earth’s atmosphere MIT Haystack Observatory researchers find that the moon’s shadow created …

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The algorithms of our future thinking machines

“To be able to establish a research environment with such talented colleagues at KTH is great fun,” says Thomas Schön, Professor of Automatic Control at Uppsala University. Photograph: Mikael Wallerstedt   The algorithms of our future thinking machines Behind every …

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Caltech and Disney Engineers Collaborate on Robotics

A proposed design for a hopping robot inside a ball. Credit: Aaron Ames/Caltech   Caltech and Disney Engineers Collaborate on Robotics New research agreement could yield robots better able to interact smoothly with humans Caltech and Disney Research have entered …

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Orion Spacecraft Recovery Rehearsal Underway

  Orion Spacecraft Recovery Rehearsal Underway NASA’s new deep space exploration systems will send crew 40,000 miles beyond the Moon, and return them safely home. After traveling through space at 25,000 miles per hour, the Orion spacecraft will slow to …

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Baked Apples

  Baked Apples Ready in 45 minutes Serves : 4 Ingredients: 6 ea Apple; gala 1/4 cup Cranberries; dried 1/4 cup Brown sugar 1/4 cup Pecan; chopped 1/4 teaspoon Cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon Nutmeg 1/2 cup Apple cider 3 tablespoon Butter; …

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