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Greta Thunberg Blasts ‘Creative PR’ in Her Climate Speech
In her latest talk at a major climate change conference, the Swedish activist accused politicians and big business of misleading the public.
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Revolt\! Scientists Say They're Sick of Quantum Computing's Hype
A Twitter account called Quantum Bullshit Detector reflects some researchers' angst about overhyped claims and other troubling trends.
Anti-Vape Laws Could Do More Harm Than Good
Banning vaping just might drive teens to the black market—and send adult smokers back to their cancer sticks.
The War on Polio Just Entered Its Most Dangerous Phase
Though victory is close, the eradication campaign is on some very fragile ground. 
The Tale of WeWork Is Being Made Into a TV Show
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A Kung Fu Master’s Leap Breaks the Internet—but Not Physics
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The absolute best Android phones and iPhones you can buy for $200 to $600.


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