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No threat of outbreak from US ebola patient, says CDC chief. wrd.cm/1rJM3oR
Your accent was encoded on your infant brain before you spoke your first word. wrd.cm/1telxAy
The gadzillions of plankton swimming in the seas could be altering ocean currents. wrd.cm/10kuMIy by @aisneed
Here’s why Japan’s sophisticated volcano monitoring system couldn’t predict the #Ontake #eruption wrd.cm/1qOjzVH by @eruptionsblog
If someone secretly controlled what you say, would anyone notice? wrd.cm/1vqSWvh
Sorry, even underwater you aren’t safe from spiders. wrd.cm/ZXGubU pic.twitter.com/l3rMdVPG3N
Three ways to visualize the slowly melting nightmare at the North Pole. wrd.cm/1rfTaGi pic.twitter.com/TpJfj9yRHR
Crops bred to resist pesticides could lead to an agricultural catastrophe: weeds with the same powers. wrd.cm/1oj87BK by @9brandon
Global commerce could change the way scientists calculate biodiversity. wrd.cm/1raP0Q2 pic.twitter.com/ZZCqrc1FbC
Scientists find atmospheric water on a planet far, far, far away. wapo.st/1mTbpR4 via @washingtonpost
Europe’s insane history of putting animals on trial and sentencing them to death. wrd.cm/1mT2sXU pic.twitter.com/PgdgOuOnKg
Scientists may have accidentally misread space dust as evidence of the Big Bang. wrd.cm/1ui3IGh by @nattyover
Species around the world are already feeling the pinch from climate change. nyti.ms/1ui4EdJ via @nytimes
Have you ever felt your cellphone vibrating when it's not? What's up with that? wrd.cm/ZGgi5t
Ancient campfires may have led to the birth of storytelling. bit.ly/1siwWEK by @mbalter via @sciencemagazine
How information theory could hold the key to quantifying nature. wrd.cm/1uy1xdX by @vero_greenwood pic.twitter.com/ek5DUb2Ul9
Absurd Creature of the Week: This parasitic worm turns snails' eyes into caterpillar decoys wrd.cm/1qiNaGB pic.twitter.com/yFx4Iz6gCJ
The ape uprising begins. RT @maragrunbaum: Here is a video of an orangutan stealing a canoe. bit.ly/1qLoKeZ
This bizarre organism builds itself a new genome every time it has sex wrd.cm/1uHbnvv pic.twitter.com/NtzsTqOHaJ
The psychology behind why you and your friends all like the same awesome music. wrd.cm/Zoe7mV
"A phone that runs on sandwiches would last about 5 times as long as a Lithium-ion powered phone." wrd.cm/ZoakG2 by @rjallain
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The complete six-part series on the science of cinema. wrd.cm/1qtLkZu by @dosmonos
Ebola will kill tens to hundreds of thousands more humans without immediate action, experts warn. wrd.cm/1qR2DTh by @marynmck
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Higher frame rates make movies look different. That poses opportunities--and challenges for film makers wrd.cm/X74RC5
Largest predator ever was like a crocodile/duck hybrid bit.ly/1qnWKhm via @verge
Tech’s secret depression problem theatln.tc/1nOxgE9 via @TheAtlantic
New smartphone study looks at how politics, religion and other factors influence everyday moral judgments wrd.cm/1nOvJxY
MIT scientists come up with an algorithm that predicts the motion of spinning space junk wrd.cm/1uoSLB3
Science looks beautiful when it’s knit into a quilt. wrd.cm/1qiVUCy pic.twitter.com/sJA3LsgGOc
The Legend of the Kraken, a monster that hunts with its own poop wrd.cm/WJDXzG pic.twitter.com/64uAk1s50t
The Great Lakes has some great beer that we, you, and everyone else needs to try. bit.ly/1slh2ra via @Playboy
The newly-discovered “tetra-quark” fuels physics’ new quantum feud. wrd.cm/1xEAYtD by @nattyover
Data from 100 years of cinema hints at how movies have evolved to hold our attention wrd.cm/1lMP2vK pic.twitter.com/frQ9k0odSn
Happy Anniversary, Absurd Creature of the Week. Here’s the winner of the first annual tournament of absurdity. wrd.cm/1ql2siZ
The case for a firewall against extraterrestrial intelligence. bit.ly/1uo2dUw via @NautilusMag
Paleontologists reveal Dreadnoughtus: The biggest dinosaur like, ever (for now). bit.ly/1uo1B1e via @PopMech
Will concussions end the NFL? bit.ly/1CvwDZL via @voxdotcom
Cuts in film scenes exploit the tools your brain uses to experience space and time wrd.cm/1oINVrN
The Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium is a death trap for migratory birds. wrd.cm/1oIHdSD by @bug_gwen pic.twitter.com/EAftG1UDsh
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Cinematic cuts exploit how your brain cuts & edits what to see to create the movie you call your life wired.com/2014/09/cinema…
Which creature is the most absurd of them all? Vote in the championship: Pink Fairy Armadillo vs Zombie Ants wrd.cm/1pYUYBI
Milky Way lives on outer edge of newly discovered supercluster of galaxies named Laniakea: ow.ly/B2zJL pic.twitter.com/CBUGgewX6t
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The tragic story of a guy who thought he discovered a new type of radiation and thereby ruined his life. wrd.cm/1oDnwvC
Rediscovering the Rust Belt’s magnificent, abandoned railroad stations. bit.ly/1w46yfM via @ackurzius
There’s science to explain those “phantom" traffic jams that seem to come out of nowhere. bit.ly/1lwTIWr via @NautilusMag
Vote! Tournament of Absurd Creatures Final Four: Zombie Ants v Giant Stingray and Bobbit Worm v Pink Fairy Armadillo.wrd.cm/1pYUYBI
Vote in our Tournament of Absurd Creatures! Today: Bobbit Worm vs Bombardier Beetle and Zombie Ants vs Pistol Shrimp: wrd.cm/1pYUYBI
It's not just dogs: Wolves' yawns are contagious too. wrd.cm/1n4Wtd1 pic.twitter.com/107cnXxtfD
Our Absurd Creature of the Week is a 100-ft-long jelly thing that deploys a curtain of death wrd.cm/1n4URQD pic.twitter.com/JYDDLZOBCt