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Gone Phishing: How Major Websites Get Hacked

Gone Phishing: How Major Websites Get Hacked news.nationalgeographic.com 244 TWEETS

The New York Times and Twitter are latest targets of Syrian Electronic Army, which used a phishing scam to change the domain registrar entries.

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Space Pictures This Week: Mars Mini-Eclipse, Cosmic Crash

Space Pictures This Week: Mars Mini-Eclipse, Cosmic Crash news.nationalgeographic.com 328 TWEETS

A newborn star announces its arrival, a storm brews off Africa, and galaxies seem to collide in this week's roundup of space pictures.

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National Zoo's Stillborn Panda Shows Challenges of Raising Cubs

National Zoo's Stillborn Panda Shows Challenges of Raising Cubs news.nationalgeographic.com 176 TWEETS

The National Zoo's stillborn twin illustrates just how vulnerable panda babies are—and how experts are working to increase their survival.

news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/08/130825-giant-pandas-national-zoo-mei-xiang-animals-science-stillborn/

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Fears of 'Testicle-Eating' Fish Overblown

Fears of 'Testicle-Eating' Fish Overblown news.nationalgeographic.com 237 TWEETS

Scientists say their warning for swimmers to keep their swim trunks tied wasn't meant to be taken seriously.

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The Physics Behind Schrödinger's Cat Paradox

The Physics Behind Schrödinger's Cat Paradox news.nationalgeographic.com 294 TWEETS

Google honors the physicist's birthday today with a Doodle. We explain the science behind his famous paradox.

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Amaranth: Another Ancient Wonder Food, But Who Will Eat It?

Amaranth: Another Ancient Wonder Food, But Who Will Eat It? news.nationalgeographic.com 259 TWEETS

Grown by the Aztecs and then all but eliminated in the Spanish Conquest, can the ancient crop amaranth become the next quinoa? The advocacy group Puente is working on its resurgence in Oaxaca, Mexico.

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