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  1. A Bold Proposal for Easing the Venezuela-Colombia Migrant Crisis
    Building solar and wind power along the border would provide jobs, clean water and more productive farms

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  2. The Super-Cool Materials That Send Heat to Space
    Paints, plastics and even wood can be engineered to stay cool in direct sunlight—but their role in displacing power-hungry air conditioners remains unclear

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  3. Indigenous Lands Ace Biodiversity Measurements
    Across the board, indigenous-managed regions equal or surpass conventional conservation areas 

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  4. Tech Waste Is a Danger to Us All
    Industry and governments are ignoring the problem—as well as some simple solutions

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  5. How to Make the Study of Consciousness Scientifically Tractable
    We need to re-examine the idea of "objectivity" in research

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  6. Pebbles, Oceans and Wasp Clocks
    There are many ways to gauge planetary change

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  7. 50, 100 & 150 Years Ago: February 2020 Cooling the Air around Us; The Dangers of Diving
    Ice, refrigeration and the technology of chill

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  8. Hollywood and Gun Violence
    Movies alone don’t cause people to misuse firearms—but if they even just contribute, the film industry should take responsibility

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  9. January 2020: Earth's Warmest January on Record
    The month was our planet’s warmest ever recorded without an El Niño being present

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  10. 'Fight or Flight' Nerves Make Mice Go Gray
    A new study in mice concludes stress can cause gray hair—and credits overactive nerves with the change in hue. Karen Hopkin reports. 

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