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Today β€” October 23rd 2019Your RSS feeds

How the Butterfly Discovered Daylight

By Nicholas Wade

Nocturnal moths evolved into daytime butterflies not to escape bats, as biologists once thought, but to enjoy an abundant new drink: the nectar of flowering plants.

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Betye Saar at MoMA: Prelude to a Revolutionary Breakthrough

By Jillian Steinhauer

A new exhibition concentrates on the artist’s early years, tracking the experiments in printmaking and assemblage that led to her pivotal work “Black Girl’s Window.”

Witches Are Having Their Hour

By Laura M. Holson

Pam Grossman, author and host of the popular “The Witch Wave” podcast, said witches are having a resurgence among feminists who want authority over their lives.

Scientist Who Discredited Meat Guidelines Didn’t Report Past Food Industry Ties

By Tara Parker-Pope and Anahad O’Connor

The lead researcher, Bradley C. Johnston, said he was not required to report his past relationship with a powerful industry trade group.

Scientist Who Discredited Meat Guidelines Didn’t Report Past Food Industry Ties

By Tara Parker-Pope and Anahad O’Connor

The lead researcher, Bradley C. Johnston, said he was not required to report his past relationship with a powerful industry trade group.

Emmy Ratings Sink to New Low in Era of β€˜Peak TV’

By John Koblin

A record-low 6.9 million viewers tuned in to Sunday’s broadcast of the Emmy Awards on Fox, according to Nielsen, a 32 percent drop from last year.

Review: β€˜Fleabag’ 4, Emmys 0

By Mike Hale

During an unfocused and mostly unremarkable show, the Emmy voters showed they were ahead of the Television Academy and Fox when it came to understanding the new world of TV.

A New Timeline of the Day the Dinosaurs Began to Die Out

By Katherine Kornei

By drilling into the Chicxulub crater, scientists assembled a record of what happened just after the asteroid impact.

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