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Top 10 Coolest Science News of the Week – September 1-7, 2014

Top 10 Coolest Science News of the Week – September 1-7, 2014 | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Scientists have been pretty busy these past few days. For those who’ve had plenty of work to do as well and therefore haven’t had the time to keep up with the latest discoveries and achievements, here are the 10 coolest science news of the week.
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The Science of Depression Explained in a Simple Video

The Science of Depression Explained in a Simple Video | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Depression is something that affects all of us at some point and understanding what's going on in the body is useful to explain depression as a whole. The folks at AsapSCIENCE break it down pretty simply.
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From the Archives: Nobel Prize Winners on How the Body Works

From the Archives: Nobel Prize Winners on How the Body Works | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Nobel Prize winners have published 245 articles in the pages of Scientific American. Here we present excerpts from stories in our archives that highlighted new insights into how the body...
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The Scientific Way to Slice a Cake

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Slicing a cake is easy, right? Cut out a wedge, serve it, move on. Well, author Alex Bellos has a better method—thanks to renowned mathematician Sir Francis Galton—that minimizes spoiled, dry cake and makes storage super-easy.
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How Your Brain Responds to Pain

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Pain is a strange medical phenomenon: dull or sharp, mild or intense, it's difficult to describe and so often tough to treat, too. But we're increasingly understanding how pain affects the brain—and this video explains what we know.
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Memory: 10 Fascinating Quirks Everyone Should Know

Memory: 10 Fascinating Quirks Everyone Should Know | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Why we remember and why we forget: it’s context, fading emotions, deep processing, the ‘Google effect’, the reminiscence bump and way more…
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How the heart actually works

How the heart actually works | Bazaar | Scoop.it
It pumps blood. Duh. Well, for most of history, people were unsure what the heart's main function was. Even Leonardo Da Vinci gave up studying it and he's probably one of the five smartest guys ever.
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Get a College-Level Computer Science Education with These Free Courses

Get a College-Level Computer Science Education with These Free Courses | Bazaar | Scoop.it
We're lucky to have access to so many excellent free online courses for just about anything you want to study, including computer science.
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This Graphic Is a Rough Guide to Bad (Or Badly Reported) Science

This Graphic Is a Rough Guide to Bad (Or Badly Reported) Science | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Science is amazing, but science reporting can be confusing at times and misleading at worst.
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A Crash Course in How Genomes Are Sequenced

A Crash Course in How Genomes Are Sequenced | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Everyone's heard of DNA, genetics and genome sequencing, but you might not actually know exactly how scientists go about doing it. This TED Ed video explains, nicely and simply, how it works.
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Technology Audio Books, Podcasts, and Videos

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LearnOutLoud.com's Technology category features up to date titles on our rapidly changing technological world.
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The Story of Physics - Dara O Briain's Science Club - Episode 2

The Story of Physics - Dara O Briain's Science Club - Episode 2 | Bazaar | Scoop.it
More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01p014h Balls, pendulums, apples and magnets all played their part in the story of modern physics...
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Watch: Video Explains How and Why Bees Make Honey

Watch: Video Explains How and Why Bees Make Honey | Bazaar | Scoop.it
If you're a big fan of tea, you are probably all too familiar with honey as well. Hence, you've probably spent at least one or two minute of your life wondering how and why bees make honey.
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This Is the Nicest Explanation of How Life Began You'll Ever See

This Is the Nicest Explanation of How Life Began You'll Ever See | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Every living thing comes from another living thing. But billions of years ago, nothing was really alive: the Earth just had a bunch of chemicals on it. So where did life appear from?
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The Mathematical Formula for Making Hard Decisions, Like Who to Marry

The Mathematical Formula for Making Hard Decisions, Like Who to Marry | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Throughout our lives we have to make difficult, life-changing decisions, such as which job take, which job candidate to hire, and who's worthy of your "til death do us part" vow.
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How Boomerangs Work

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Non-returning boomerangs have been used for at least 20,000-30,000 years, with the oldest known example carved from a mammoth's tusk.
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Scientists Solved the Mystery of Why Rechargeable Batteries Go Bad

Scientists Solved the Mystery of Why Rechargeable Batteries Go Bad | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Every time you recharge your lithium-ion batteries, their storage capacity decreases just a little bit. That is why your mobile gadgets won't stay on nearly as long as they did even a year ago.
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Why People’s Names Are So Hard to Remember — PsyBlog

Why People’s Names Are So Hard to Remember — PsyBlog | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Names are more difficult to remember than people’s jobs, hobbies or home towns.
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The 10 Algorithms That Dominate Our World

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The importance of algorithms in our lives today cannot be overstated. They are used virtually everywhere, from financial institutions to dating sites.
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Pluto's Five Moons Explained In One Cool Video

Pluto's Five Moons Explained In One Cool Video | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Although Pluto has been downgraded to a "dwarf planet," it boasts more moons than Mercury, Earth, Venus and Mars combined.
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Climate Change for Dummies

Climate Change for Dummies | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Unless you live under a rock, in the middle of nowhere, you've probably heard folks going on and on about how climate change and global warming are bad for us and the planet, and about how we should curb environmental pollution before it is too...
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The Scientifically Best Time to Drink Coffee, in One Simple Graphic

The Scientifically Best Time to Drink Coffee, in One Simple Graphic | Bazaar | Scoop.it
You wake up, tired and groggy, and you can think of only one thing: coffee. But in reality, first thing in the morning isn't the best time to hit hit the caffeine—and it's science that says so.
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Earth's tides, explained in 9.999 seconds

Earth's tides, explained in 9.999 seconds | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Henry Reich of Minute Physics may have just set a world record for providing the quickest explanation to that infamously inexplicable phenomenon: Earth's tides.
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Read Richard Feynman's physics lectures for free online

Read Richard Feynman's physics lectures for free online | Bazaar | Scoop.it
Physicist Richard Feynman was particularly famous for his lectures, which were known for being an engaging and accessible introduction to a number of scientific topics. Now Volume One of The Feynman Lectures is available in its entirety online.
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