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How green can we make air travel? And how soon? (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by _Microft 1 day ago | past | discuss
The beauty of the plants that feed the world (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by jelliclesfarm 2 days ago | past | discuss
Europe's Languages Were Carried from the East, DNA Shows (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by isaacfrond 10 days ago | past | discuss
Charlemagne’s DNA and Our Universal Royalty (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by isaacfrond 10 days ago | past | discuss
Evolving globs of yeast may unlock mysteries of multicellular life (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by isaacfrond 11 days ago | past | discuss
Male squid help choose a home for their mate, first-ever study shows (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by leephillips 17 days ago | past
Mars rover grabs first rock sample, a major step in hunt for alien life (nationalgeographic.com)
4 points by gamontserrat 19 days ago | past
New Orleans levees passed their first major test (nationalgeographic.com)
103 points by yread 21 days ago | past | 141 comments
Fake animal rescue videos have become a new frontier for animal abuse (nationalgeographic.com)
181 points by miles 28 days ago | past | 83 comments
Possible climate futures–from the optimistic to the strange (nationalgeographic.com)
48 points by elenaturner 29 days ago | past | 32 comments
A spritz instead of a jab? Future Covid-19 vaccines may go up your nose (nationalgeographic.com)
5 points by walterbell 31 days ago | past | 4 comments
Fossilized egg from prehistoric giant turtle reveals baby inside (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by yawz 37 days ago | past
How does Covid-19 affect the brain? A troubling picture emerges (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by SquibblesRedux 38 days ago | past | 1 comment
The murky world of dolphin therapy (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by pseudolus 43 days ago | past
This Asteroid is one of the most likely to hit Earth (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by druidsbane 46 days ago | past
The Hunt for Vulcan, the Planet That Wasn’t There (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by PokemonNoGo 46 days ago | past
890M-year-old sponge fossil may be the earliest animal yet found (nationalgeographic.com)
86 points by isaacfrond 47 days ago | past | 36 comments
Wild U.S. deer found with coronavirus antibodies (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by curmudgeon22 49 days ago | past
New technology could help cool people down–without electricity (nationalgeographic.com)
4 points by contemporary343 52 days ago | past
Dead Zones, Facts and Information (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by mardiyah 52 days ago | past
U.S. generates more plastic trash than any other nation, report finds (2020) (nationalgeographic.com)
361 points by DocFeind 56 days ago | past | 273 comments
Do Crows Hold Funerals for Their Dead? (2015) (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by tosh 56 days ago | past
Amazonian moths that drink the tears of sleeping birds (nationalgeographic.com)
64 points by dsr12 57 days ago | past | 28 comments
NASA's InSight spacecraft reveals first-ever peek inside Mars’s center (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by potiuper 65 days ago | past
Chunk of an ancient supercontinent discovered under New Zealand (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by indigodaddy 66 days ago | past
Unlocking the Secrets Behind the Hummingbird's Frenzy (nationalgeographic.com)
16 points by isallthings 68 days ago | past | 1 comment
The U.S. set off a nuclear bomb in space in 1962 (nationalgeographic.com)
104 points by evo_9 71 days ago | past | 52 comments
New cancer treatments may be on the horizon–thanks to mRNA vaccines (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by pseudolus 74 days ago | past
Mind-controlling parasite makes hyena cubs more reckless around lions (nationalgeographic.com)
111 points by awb 82 days ago | past | 61 comments
The Brave Sage of Timbuktu: Abdel Kader Haidara (2014) (nationalgeographic.com)
11 points by boramalper 83 days ago | past

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