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Rogue waves are more common than physicists thought and not just on the oceans.
There has never been a plasmonic device that can amplify and process information. Until now.
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Climatologists are only beginning to model the role that water vapor plays in atmospheric circulation. But the early results are surprising.
Omniscopes promise omnidirectional, omnichromatic astronomy at reasonable cost.
A computer made entirely of sodium acetate, known as hot ice, solves mazes and other problems. It also occasionally hangs.
The discovery is the first direct evidence of an Earth-like hydrological cycle.
New analysis shows that the Chandler Wobble in Earth's axis changed phase by 180 degrees in 2005. The question is why.
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