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Finding The Most Canadian Animal

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What is the most Canadian animal? To answer that, we need to define Canada. That seems like a momentous cultural study in self-identity and global perception. Luckily I’ve already done that, in research I won’t show here. Turns out, the most Canadian animal would have...

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What Does Life Look Like on the TRAPPIST-1 Planets?

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NASA recently announced the discovery of seven planets orbiting TRAPPIST-1, an ultra-cool dwarf star also known as 2MASS J23062928-050228.     Personally, I would’ve named an ultra-cool dwarf star “Gimli”, but that’s me     New planets are discovered all the time, but these ones are different. All seven planets are...

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SCIENCE BEHIND FAKE NEWS

The Real Science Behind Fake News

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Many people were outraged when Donald Trump won the Presidential election, but let’s ask ourselves: would we have wanted Hillary Clinton in the White House, knowing she has been conclusively linked to an obscene pedophile ring being run out of a pizzeria in Washington, D.C.?     Named...

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Super Bowl Science

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It’s late January / early February, and you know what that means – time for the Super Bowl!  And Groundhog Day, I guess, if you’re into a large rodent predicting the weather at a 39% success rate.     Really, we’ll pay attention to anything that makes us...

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Why Are Babies So Cute?

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The density of babies in one’s general proximity fluctuates throughout life. There are a lot of babies around when someone is themself a baby. There may be a lot of babies for the first few years of a person’s life if they have younger siblings....

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