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One Night to Save the World

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The year is 2117. You arrive home from work and your door knows your name. It opens for you. The lights dim to the precise brightness where you feel most relaxed. Your speakers are the perfect DJ—they play the exact

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Scientist Spotlight: Tracy Drain

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As a child, Tracy Drain had always been drawn to space and space exploration, partially inspired by the sci-fi movies her mom would take her to watch in the theater. Years later, she landed her dream job at NASA’s Jet

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The Science of Fear

Horror movies have always given us plenty of nightmare fodder. Moments like the disturbing elevator full of blood in The Shining, Psycho’s famously chilling shower scene, and a possessed girl’s head spin in The Exorcist have burned themselves into our

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