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The best ways to teach and talk about climate change with kids
Your approach should involve both science and emotion.
It was probably springtime when an asteroid did the dinosaurs in
At that time of year, dinosaurs may have been the most vulnerable.
What a key natural-gas pipeline has to do with the Russia-Ukraine crisis
Here's why Germany rescinded its certification of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline as tensions continue to get even hotter.
What the recording of a dying human brain could tell us
First-of-its-kind data may hint at life flashing before a man's eyes.
PopSci’s spring issue has all the dirt
Just in time for spring cleaning, we're digging deep into the secrets hidden in our filthiest messes.
The inside scoop on Apollo 10’s infamous floating turd
Plus other fun facts from The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week.
See Hubble’s captures of real-life star wars
When galaxies rip each other apart, they leave an explosion of bright baby stars.
‘Stealth Omicron’ is spreading slowly in the US
Mutations are normal in common viruses, but that doesn't mean they're all harmless.
How public opinion can help shape climate policies
Fighting climate change on a personal level works in a surprising way.
A 500-pound black bear keeps breaking into California homes. What’s next?
The large bear associates neighborhoods with easy access to food.