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Many people who lived during the nearly two decades following the first Unabomber attack in 1978 will tell you about the growing anxiety which struck America at its core back then. On May 25, 1978, Buckley Crist, professor of materials engineering at Northwestern University, received an odd package…
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I’m sorry, can you repeat that? No? Then why the hell is it published in a scientific journal? Unbeknownst to many, science – especially social sciences and psychology – is in the midst of a replication crisis, a wide-ranging inability to successfully repeat the findings of previously published…
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The cube is a rock star among geometric shapes. These blocks can deliver medicine, move on their own, and allow humans to meet with intelligent dinosaurs. (Watch out, some of them are crabby.) Besides toppling along the cutting edge of technology, cubes can reveal more about the past. Some of the…
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