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Dinosaur extinction lines up closely with timing of volcanic eruptions
Why Samsung’s folding smartphone might prove more than just a fad
Google says it can’t fix a security flaw affecting all computer chips
The Wandering Earth review: Epic Chinese sci-fi film heralds a new era
First private mission to the moon is about to launch on SpaceX rocket
Ban gas boilers for new UK homes by 2025, says climate report
Japan’s Hayabusa 2 may finally kick-start the asteroid mining era
Evidence of new physics could have been under our noses all along
NASA’s photo archives reveal 60 years of space travel
The truth about cheese: The terrible costs of our favourite food
The Wall review – A dystopian adventure for the climate change era
There is No Planet B review: How to save Earth by changing humans
Nazi sub is being destroyed by bacteria due to Deepwater Horizon spill
Signal of first known exomoon may actually be from Jupiter-like planet
This optical illusion breaks your brain for 15 milliseconds
A Place That Exists Only in Moonlight review: Sublime raid on infinity
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