Julian Huguet

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  • The Ocean Holds Enough Uranium To Power The Planet For 10,000 Years

    Researchers developed a new way to extract uranium from seawater, bringing us closer to nuclear power that can sustain us for 10,000 years.

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  • Your Gullible Brain And The Spread Of Fake News

    Researchers think they've figured out why some people easily believe things that aren't true.

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  • The Actual Impact Of The Placebo Effect On Science

    We know the placebo effect works, but researchers are starting to figure out exactly why and how doctors could use it to treat patients.

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  • If Green Energy Is So Great, Why Aren't We Using It?

    Green energy is getting better and cheaper, yet we still largely rely on fossil fuels. Why haven't we switched to solar and wind energy yet?

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  • Could Space Travel Make You Go Blind?

    Astronauts who return from long trips in space often return with vision loss, and now researchers think they know why.

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  • Can You Guess Which Animals Fart (Or Don't)?

    #DoesItFart has been trending on Twitter, and scientists have been answering. Here's everything you need to know about the farting database.

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  • Our Moon Might Be Made Up Of Many Smaller Moons

    Scientists have long agreed on a theory of how the moon was formed, but this study is stirring up a debate. How exactly did the moon form?

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  • The Earth's Magnetic Shield Cracked, Are We Doomed?

    Earth's magnetosphere protects us from harmful radiation in space, but scientists have just found a crack in it. Are we doomed?

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  • The Scientific Reason The 'Honeymoon Phase' Goes Away

    Why does the honeymoon phase at the beginning of a relationship end? Scientists may have found the answer by studying our brains in love.

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  • Was Einstein Wrong About The Speed Of Light?

    The speed of light is the cosmic speed limit and it can't been changed. Or can it?

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