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In the first half, political commentator and economist John Lott reacted to the breaking news on the riots in Baltimore, which arose in the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray.

In the latter half, space historian Robert Zimmerman reflected on the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space telescope which has reinvigorated and reshaped our perception of the cosmos, and he also offered commentary on current and future space exploration.

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Mystery of Ceres's Bright Spots Grows

New data from NASA's Dawn spacecraft suggest varied origins for tantalizing gleams on the dwarf planet's surface.
— Scientific American

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A Project to Turn Corpses Into Compost

Amid concerns about traditional practices, the Urban Death Project is attracting attention from environmental advocates and scientists.
— NY Times

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The Strange Mysteries of the Caspian Sea

The largest inland lake in the world, the vast, enigmatic Caspian Sea has been the birthplace of legends, myths, and numerous mysteries for thousands of years.
— Mysterious Universe

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Aliens might be way bigger than we ever imagined

University of Barcelona cosmologist Dr. Fergus Simpson argues that most intelligent alien species would likely exceed 661 pounds—about the size of a polar bear.
— Huffington Post

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Fishing for space junk

Scientists hoping to remove old hardware from orbit around Earth have gone on a "fishing" trip unlike any other.
— Space.com

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Iris scanner identifies a person 40 feet away

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's CyLab Biometrics Center have been testing an iris recognition system that can be used to identify subjects at a range of up to 40 feet.
— Discovery News

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Smartphones could be used to issue earthquake alerts

A network of smartphones could deliver early earthquake warnings in areas of the world that are prone to quakes but cannot afford more expensive systems, according to new research.
— NBCNews.com

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