Friday, August 5, 2016
A new algorithm may help divvy up cake without leaving anyone unsatisfied.
Andrew Silver, Contributor
Observations of the region beyond the planet Neptune are giving astronomers fresh understanding of our solar system's history – and may reveal a new planet.
Peter Gwynne, Contributor
Waves might explain the strange trends spotted in swimming times.
Chris Gorski, Editor
Technique reveals the hidden damage that makes the nuts taste bitter.
Free-falling hoverflies rely on sight to orient themselves, not gravity.
Marcus Woo, Contributor
Charges follow pathways the shape of fractals.
It's all thanks to the ovarian fluid.
Emily DeMarco, Staff Writer
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Every Black Hole Contains a New Universe
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Gravitational Waves Spotted, Confirming Einstein's Ripples In Spacetime
Chemistry Lights Up Fireworks
Keeping Your Drink Cold In Summer Humidity
Are Bounce Houses Too Hot To Play In?
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