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The Manhattan Project Shows Scientists’ Moral and Ethical Responsibilities
After the first-ever explosion of an atomic bomb on July 16, 1945 near Socorro, N.M., J. Robert Oppenheimer, director of the Los Alamos Laboratory, recited a line from the Bhagavad Gita: "Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds."
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When Should COVID School Restrictions Lift? Intense Debates Persist
Last Friday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced a pivot in its guidelines for indoor mask wearing that suggests that more than two thirds of Americans no longer need to wear masks-including children in schools.
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What to Tell Kids about Ukraine: Recommendations from a Psychologist
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has escalated: Russian troops have invaded and now control several areas in Ukraine.
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When Should COVID School Restrictions Lift? Intense Debates Persist
Last Friday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced a pivot in its guidelines for indoor mask wearing that suggests that more than two thirds of Americans no longer need to wear masks-including children in schools.
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50 years ago, NASA sent a message to aliens - and sparked a Solar System mystery
How to sum up the last fifty years of human space exploration? The International Space Station is an orbital beacon of collaborative research.
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'Closest black hole' system to Earth found to contain no black hole - study
There is no black hole in the system previously thought to house the closest black hole to Earth, astronomers have found.
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Black hole that was closest yet found does not exist, say scientists in U-turn
Astronomers who thought they had discovered a black hole on our cosmic doorstep have said they were mistaken, instead revealing they have found a two-star system involving a stellar "vampire".
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Space junk on 5,800-mph collision course with moon
The moon is about to be hit by three tons of space junk, a punch that will carve out a crater that could fit several huge lorries.
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Psychologists Urge Peers to Take Climate Action
The field of psychology must bolster its ability to address the health effects of climate change, according to a new report from the nation's largest professional organization of psychologists.
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Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine May Delay Europe’s ExoMars Rover Launch
Europe's ExoMars rover, built to search for traces of life on the Red Planet, is unlikely to launch as planned in September aboard a Russian rocket as a result of sanctions rolled out by European countries in response to Russian aggression in Ukraine.
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COVID Has Made Global Inequality Much Worse
The coronavirus exposed and exacerbated the fragility and inequity of the global economic system.