11/12/2018 / By Mike Adams

Anyone daring to apply logic to a catastrophe risks being labeled “insensitive.” You’re supposed to fall all-in with the emotional

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11/12/2018 / By Ethan Huff

Science has provided yet more clues as to why autism rates in children continue to skyrocket throughout the Western world.

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-11-12-study-link-between-pesticide-expectant-mothers-autism-risk-infants.html

11/12/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Antioxidants have become one of the most popular buzzwords when it comes to human health, and for good reason: They

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11/08/2018 / By Edsel Cook

High-strength steel just became the second most durable metal in the world. American researchers recently presented a new metal alloy

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-11-08-this-alloy-is-100x-more-durable-than-high-strength-steel.html

10/31/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Power plants are the country’s largest consumer of freshwater, with daily use coming to 500 billion gallons a day or

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-10-31-filters-reduce-demand-for-freshwater.html

10/30/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Its creator dubbed it “Dragon Silk.” Yet the bullet-proof body armor that will be made from it is dubbed the “spider

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-10-30-us-army-testing-new-bullet-proof-spider-suit.html

10/30/2018 / By Edsel Cook

There are very few things in nature that are stronger and tougher than the silk that makes up spiderwebs. An

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-10-30-new-biosynthetic-spider-silk-scientists.html

10/28/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

Approximately 165 million tons of petroleum-based plastic now pollute the ocean. Another nine million tons of plastic are added to

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-10-28-bioplastics-really-as-eco-friendly-as-they-are-touted.html

10/27/2018 / By Janine Acero

A comparative study reveals that manicured citrus orchards and reclaimed orchard forests in Stann Creek, Belize have similar abundance and

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-10-27-areas-with-natural-habitat-buffers-less-impact-on-wildlife.html

10/27/2018 / By Janine Acero

In some years, oaks, beeches, chestnuts, and other woodland trees produce huge numbers of seeds, and in others they are

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-10-27-oak-trees-coordinate-volume-of-acorns-released-each-year.html

10/27/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Agriculture is more than just growing and harvesting crops. It’s a modern process that has far-reaching effects, particularly in its

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10/27/2018 / By Ralph Flores

There are a few insects, or animals for that matter, that can top our disdain for mosquitoes. They’re pretty much

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-10-27-mosquitoes-can-remember-your-smell-and-if-you-tried-to-swat-them.html

10/27/2018 / By Earl Garcia

A study published in the European Surgical Research revealed that a proof-of-concept portable device known as the electronic nose (eNose) showed efficacy in detecting

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-10-27-electronic-nose-can-detect-infection-causing-bacteria.html

10/26/2018 / By Edsel Cook

There is still a lot to learn about good old H20. An article in News Wise stated that researchers have

http://www.realsciencenews.com/2018-10-26-scientists-discover-new-properties-of-water.html

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