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Auschwitz theft controversy

People shouldn't need signage telling them not to take what they want out of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, but the Polish museum has them up anyway, the Guardian notes. Yet even those signs

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10-year-old's dino discovery

A family outing turned into a major archaeological discovery by one New Mexico 10-year-old who literally stumbled on a million-year-old dinosaur fossil. Jude Sparks was hiking the rugged New Mexico desert some five mi

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'Peculiar' signals emerge from nearby star and scientists are baffled by what it could be

Scientists in Puerto Rico at the Arecibo Observatory have uncovered "some very peculiar" radio signals from a nearby star just 11-light years away from Earth. Known as Ross 128, the star has been emitting st

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Roman soldier's letters found

Archaeologists are thrilled by the discovery of 25 tablets that could reveal fascinating details of everyday life on the northern frontier of the Roman Empire. The wooden ink documents were found on June 22 at the Rom

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Teleportation breakthrough?

For the first time, scientists have successfully teleported a photon from the ground to a satellite in orbit. It’s been 20 years since quantum scientists successfully teleported a photon over 10 miles, proving t

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Petition to save Canadian bear racks up thousands of signatures

Thousands of people in Canada have petitioned the Alberta government to avoid killing a grizzly bear known as “Bear 148.” Provincial officials said this week that they are contemplating killing the grizzly