Meet Callichimaera perplexa, the platypus of crabs – Phys.org

Life reconstruction of Callichimaera perplexa: The strangest crab that has ever lived. Credit: Oksana Vernygora, University of Alberta The crab family just got a bunch of new cousins—including a 95-million-year-old chimera species that will force scientists to rethink the definition of a crab. An international team of researchers led by Yale paleontologist Javier Luque announced…

Exotic nuclear decay noticed in unlit-matter detector – physicsworld.com

Rare event: the XENON1T time projection chamber after assembly. (Courtesy: XENON Collaboration) An exotic and extremely rare nuclear decay that involves the simultaneous capture of two atomic electrons by a xenon-124 nucleus has been observed in a dark-matter detector. Physicists in the XENON Collaboration have measured the half-life of the two-neutrino double electron capture process…

Scientists Place Giant Atlas of World’s Most Distant Reefs – Gizmodo

Coral reefs line shores around the world, but they’re sometimes tough to spot because well, they’re underwater. Now, a group of researchers has found that satellite imagery is capable of mapping reefs on a global scale. They’ve used the technology, along with field studies, to create the world’s most thorough coral reef atlas to date—including…

Marshawn Lynch Retires! – NFL

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