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Watch Kilauea’s Lava Gush Into the Sea Like a Waterfall

It’s been a busy week in the realm of volcanoes. Let’s check out some highlights: Hawaii The coastline of the Big Island of Hawaii continues to change this week. The lava benches near the Kamokuna ocean entry (part of Kilauea’s episode 61g lava flows) have been collapsing for the better part ...

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Facebook Said to Create Censorship Tool to Get Back Into China

SAN FRANCISCO — Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, has cultivated relationships with China’s leaders, including President Xi Jinping. He has paid multiple visits to the country to meet its top internet executives. He has made an effort to learn Mandarin. Inside Facebook, the work to enter China runs far deeper. ...

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Falling Into the Wormhole Connecting Physics and Education

Before Helen Quinn was a famous theoretical physicist, she thought about becoming a teacher. Now, in the second act of her career, she has come full circle, helping to craft the Next Generation Science Standards, which have been adopted by 17 states plus the District of Columbia. But her path ...

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Turning biofuel waste into wealth in a single step

Lignin is a bulky chain of molecules found in wood and is usually discarded during biofuel production. But in a new method by EPFL chemists, the simple addition of formaldehyde could turn it into the main focus. Reducing our reliance on fossil fuels means turning to plant-derived biofuels and chemicals. ...

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Kurds, Heading Into the Teeth of ISIS, Open a New Front

Mr. Gordon, a New York Times military correspondent, is with Kurdish pesh merga forces on the northern approach to Mosul. NEAR NAWARAN, Iraq — The sounds of battle north of Mosul on Thursday morning told the story of how Islamic State fighters had chosen to meet a new Kurdish assault: ...

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Chinese Tourists Pump Cash Into a Hot Destination: China

By MICHAEL SCHUMAN September 27, 2016 SANYA, China — When Stephan Stoss arrived here six years ago, little more than lush foliage lined the roads leading to the 492-room Hilton where he is now general manager. Few other international hotels had been built along the town’s picturesque bays. Mr. Stoss and his ...

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