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Fasten your interstellar seatbelt and flip your brain into overdrive. Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-host Godfrey are here to answer fan-submitted Cosmic Queries on the fabric of spacetime. Explore the edge of the known universe and whether there might be... Continue »
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Support for posthumous conception is strong in the U.K. Posthumous conception involves using the frozen sperm or egg of a deceased person to conceive a child and as the Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog reports in "How the Brits View Posthumous Conception" the majority of British people approve. A... Continue »
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Seems wherever we go these days, women are universally hated. You've seen the headlines. The hostile culture on campuses, in the military, in STEM (science, technology, engineering & math), in business, on the street, online, everywhere! One of our major political parties has made a war on women a top... Continue »
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All throughout the universe, there are stars in varying phases and ages. The oldest detected planets found using NASA's Kepler telescope are about 11 billion years old, and the planetary diversity suggests that around other stars, such initially frozen worlds... Continue »
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The scaffolding that holds the large-scale structure of the universe constitutes galaxies, dark matter and gas (from which stars are forming), organized in complex networks known as the cosmic web. This network comprises dense regions known as galaxy clusters and... Continue »