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    Evangelicals helped elect Trump, but their time as a major political force is coming to an end

    Alex Camire left the church a few months before his pastor announced from the pulpit that the election of Donald Trump was “a miracle of the Lord.”The 29-year-old Connecticut social worker had been raised in the evangelical tradition; his parents were married in it. But Camire’s faith had started to fail a decade earlier when his church deemed his mother’s alcoholism—and his parents’ subsequent divorce—a sin. Later, a secular college education taught him that “the world”—the community outside...

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    Ancient grape seeds may link Sri Lankan trading port to Roman world

    Visit Mantai, nestled into a bay in northwestern Sri Lanka, and today you’ll see nothing but a solitary Hindu temple overlooking the sea. But 1500 years ago, Mantai was a bustling port where merchants traded their era’s most valuable commodities. Now, a study of ancient plant remains reveals traders from all corners of the world—including the Roman Empire—may have visited or even lived there.

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    Why Are Scientists So Upset About the First Crispr Babies?

    A Chinese scientist recently claimed he had produced the world’s first gene-edited babies, setting off a global firestorm. If true — the scientist has not yet published data that would confirm it — his actions would be a sensational breach of international scientific conventions. Although gene editing holds promise to potentially correct dangerous disease-causing mutations and treat some medical conditions, there are many safety and ethical concerns about editing human embryos.

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    'We're sounding the alarm': half of Canada's chinook salmon endangered

    Half of Canada’s chinook salmon are endangered, with nearly all other populations in precarious decline, according to a new report, confirming fears that prospects for the species remain dire. The report by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada concluded that eight of the country’s 16 populations are considered endangered, four are threatened, one is of special concern and the health of two remain unknown.

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    The physics trick that has allowed spacecraft to venture deeper into space

    Traveling the vast distances of space isn’t cheap. It costs spacecraft time, fuel and money. Fortunately, nature offers free help along the way and mission designers always take it. They’re called gravity assists. In these manoeuvres, a spacecraft exchanges its momentum in a close encounter with a planet to gain velocity. Gravity assists have been used in numerous interplanetary missions to propel spacecraft towards their destinations.

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    The dawn of self-driving companies

    If you’ve already imagined how profoundly self-driving vehicles will change our lives, think of what self-driving companies could do. I’m talking about self-executing enterprise software that, when mature, could enable businesses to virtually run themselves. Autonomous companies may be less sexy than autonomous cars, but their impact on society will be just as significant.

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    Neil DeGrasse Tyson Addresses Sexual Misconduct Accusations: “I’m The Accused, So Why Believe Anything I Say?”

    Neil deGrasse Tyson has finally come forward to address the sexual misconduct accusations that came to light in the last couple of days. In a lengthy Facebook post, he said his piece and went through the accusations in detail, giving his side of the story.

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    Madagascar Meteorite Came from the Early Solar System, Experts Find

    This past summer, people in Madagascar saw an ancient 4.5 billion-year-old meteor from the early solar system come crashing down.

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    Utah Teens Steal Plane From An Airstrip And Take It For a Joyride

    A pair of teenagers had a wild Thanksgiving after stealing and driving a tractor to a local airstrip, where they nabbed an airplane, took it for a joyride and then landed safely back at the small airport in Vernal, Utah. Local paper the Salt Lake Tribune reports that the boys were spotted flying in the air along a highway before they aborted their flight and landed about 15 miles away.

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    Dead American told island tribe 'Jesus loves you'

    An American missionary killed in a hail of arrows by an island tribe untouched by modern civilisation was bent on converting them to Christianity, it emerged Thursday. John Allen Chau, 27, was attacked last week as he illegally set foot on the remote North Sentinel Island in the Indian Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal.

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    HBO Is Offering 'Game of Thrones' and More For Free Over Thanksgiving

    HBO is offering non-subscribers the opportunity to watch Game of Thrones—a show where every dinner ends with someone horrifically murdering and/or having sex with a family member—for free while you enjoy dinner with your own family over the long Thanksgiving weekend. Xfinity announced the HBO Thanksgiving Free Preview, which allows users to sample the streaming networks services from Wednesday, November 21, to Sunday, Wednesday 25.

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    The Fax Is Not Yet Obsolete

    Law and medicine still rely on the device. Maybe they shouldn’t.

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    Netflix has a cool easter egg to salute Marvel great Stan Lee

    The death of Stan Lee has been a tough one for fans, but Netflix has a neat way to honour the comic book genius. If you search for "Excelsior!" on the streaming platform, you'll be presented with a list of Marvel titles that are available on Netflix.

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    Yelp craters as much as 32% as advertisers abandon the site

    Yelp cratered as much as 32 percent Friday, a day after releasing third-quarter earnings that revealed advertisers are abandoning the site and denting revenue. Shares fell as low as $29.33, a new 52-week low, before paring some losses to close nearly 27 percent down at $31.92. The plunge makes for the stock's worst day of trading since going public in 2012. Yelp added zero net new advertising customers during the quarter. Yelp earlier this year switched from long-term advertising contracts ...

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    US government to go ahead with fatal experiments on dogs

    The US government has decided to press ahead with controversial experiments on dogs, despite critics in congress and elsewhere attacking them as cruel and unnecessary. The department for veterans affairs (VA) has approved the continuation of the testing, which it says will help doctors find new ways to treat wounded soldiers, according to USA Today. Researchers running the experiments will remove sections of the dogs’ brains that control breathing, sever spinal cords to test cough reflexes and...