Moon Dust, Mammal Groups, Roman Sex Toy
Today we discuss whether or not firing a gun filled with moon dust into space could cool down the planet, how animals that live in social groups usually live longer than solitary creatures, and a saucy discovery from ancient Rome.
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- “A solution to the climate crisis: mining the moon, researchers say” by Oliver Milman
- “Dust as a solar shield” by Benjamin C. Bromley ,Sameer H. Khan, and Scott J. Kenyon
- “Can geoengineering fix the climate? Hundreds of scientists say not so fast” by Oliver Milman
- “Space dust as Earth's sun shield” by University of Utah
- “Mammals that live in groups may live longer, longevity research suggests” by Jake Buehler
- “Correlated evolution of social organization and lifespan in mammals” by Pingfen Zhu et al.
- “An 80-Year Harvard Study Found the Secret to a Happy Life” by Bill Murphy Jr
Roman Sex Toy
- “Discarded Roman artefact may have been more than a good luck charm” by Newcastle University
- “Touch wood: luck, protection, power or pleasure? A wooden phallus from Vindolanda Roman fort” by Rob Collins and Rob Sands
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