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The latest find in solving Namibia's mysterious fairy circle saga. nyti.ms/2iXvgAo
A small slice of Bronx marsh let scientists look back over 1,500 years of sea level change nyti.ms/2jCp5Tq
A mix of termites and plants may be what creates Namibia's mysterious fairy circles nyti.ms/2jsIofE
How 2016 became the hottest year on record nyti.ms/2iD5936
How 2016 became Earth’s hottest year on record nyti.ms/2jZXnNh
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How 2016 became the hottest year on record nyti.ms/2j9rJN1
The NYT obituary for Eugene A. Cernan, the last human to walk on the moon nyti.ms/2juSvTp
What readers want senators to ask Scott Pruitt: Why doesn't he believe in climate change? nyti.ms/2juvb8i
You asked: Why can some people wiggle their ears, but not others? Here's a short explanation nyti.ms/2juA0yp
Astronomers have calculated the most accurate measure yet of the mass of our galaxy nyti.ms/2jIfpnx
You asked: Why can some people wiggle their ears, but not others? Here's a short explanation nyti.ms/2js81Q3
Astronomers have calculated the most accurate measure yet of the mass of our galaxy nyti.ms/2jFuKpf
What readers want senators to ask Scott Pruitt: Why doesn't he believe in climate change? nyti.ms/2j3QzOn
The NYT obituary for Eugene A. Cernan, the last human to walk on the moon nyti.ms/2jisrbG
The stem-cell revolution is coming, says a Nobel prize-winning scientist. But slowly. nyti.ms/2jsehqx
An unconventional alliance has begun to shed light on a 17-century war in Connecticut nyti.ms/2jCIUaH
The promise of stem cell therapy has been overstated, says a Nobel-winning scientist nyti.ms/2jCjklP
What's the mass of our galaxy? About 950000000000000000000000000000000000000000 kilograms nyti.ms/2jBDufX
95 followed by 40 zeros: The mass of our galaxy nyti.ms/2iyzISD
Astronomers have calculated the most accurate measure yet of the mass of our galaxy nyti.ms/2iyAnDF
You asked: Why can some people wiggle their ears, but not others? Here's a short explanation nyti.ms/2jBGedh
Why did biologists start tweeting their #BestCarcass photos last week? Here's the backstory. nyti.ms/2jzMz9d
At the center of each cell, DNA builds walls to protect itself -- from itself. nyti.ms/2jrAjHN
As Poles crank up the heating to fend off winter cold, smog envelops nation. nyti.ms/2iUq1iJ
 
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