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The Economics of Irma

Aside from the downed trees and loss of power and Internet services the greatest impact of this storm has been an economic one. For most...

Regrowing What Was Lost

Wounded troops may soon be able to regrow muscle, bone and tissue, and essentially regenerate their lost limbs, military scientists say. What it means: “What...

Listen Close: Brian Norcross Storm Prep Insights

WLRN's Topical Currents gives Hurricane Irma updates and advice from The Weather Channel's Senior Hurricane Specialist and meteorologist, Bryan Norcross. He provides exclusive insights on...

Even When Your SmartPhone is Off it’s Reducing your BrainPower

Study conducts Psychological Memory and Attention tests of more than 500 undergraduates In the study, Ward and his colleagues examined the performance of more than 500...

South Florida’s Nightmare Scenario for Sea Level Rise

Here's what you need to know about Sea Level Rise in South Florida: Coral Gables Mayor Jim Cason sat in his office and wondered when climate change  would...

The Fermi Paradox — Where Are All The Aliens?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNhhvQGsMEc The universe is unbelievably big – trillions of stars and even more planets. Soo… there just has to be life out there, right? But...

Sharebait: Don’t Read, Just Share

Recent studies have shown that the majority of people are more likely to share an article without ever reading it. This is in part...

WALT WHITMAN: (HU)MANLY HEALTH AND TRAINING

Walt Whitman, recognized for naturalist values, also held a unique perspective on health and fitness regiments that are worth reconsidering. He published a series...

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