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Man's daily observations become vital info for climate change researchers
Billy Barr's Colorado cabin in the woods is home to one of the world's most valuable -- and unexpected -- troves of scientific data. Barr has been measuring snow depth and how much groundwater it produces since 1974. John Blackstone has more.
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Protesters in hundreds of cities march for Earth Day
Tens of thousands of protestors participated in Earth Day marches across the country on Saturday, protesting cuts to research and programs to fight climate change. Dr. Jon LaPook has more.
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Cargo ship named for John Glenn docks at space station
An Orbital ATK cargo ship loaded with 7,600 pounds of equipment and supplies reached the space station Saturday after a four-day rendezvous
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Thousands of scientists plan March for Science on Earth Day
More than 200 science organizations are planning 600 marches around the world, the first time scientists are marching in defense of science itself
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Thousands of scientists expected at nationwide Earth Day marches
Tens of thousands of scientists will participate in marches across the country on Saturday, protesting cuts to research and programs to fight climate change. Dr. Jon LaPook has more.
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Online service aims to keep your digital "ghost" alive
A startup called Eternime thinks it can keep a digital version of you alive for your loved ones after you die
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Water streaming across Antarctica surprises scientists
Melting of Antarctica's ice sheets could trigger devastating consequences for coastal communities across the planet
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Insane snake attacks [WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES]
Snakes can crush, eat and poison their victims. Here are some of the craziest snake attacks on record
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Water pollutants lurking in your medicine cabinet
Ingredients from shampoo, sunscreens and other personal care products are turning up in water supplies, and some could have harmful effects
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Mars rover embarks on new mission
NASA's Mars Opportunity rover is seeking more evidence of the planet's watery history
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Climate diarist "wasn’t out to prove anything"
A remote cabin deep in the woods is home to one of the world’s most valuable – and unexpected – troves of scientific data
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New Einstein series shows his "bad boy" side
The series is executive produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard
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Death by asteroid: Most likely ways for a space rock to kill you
If you live in fear of an asteroid strike, here’s some detail to help flesh out your nightmares
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The myth of the college dropout
Don't be fooled by a few famous dropouts; researchers say the vast majority of America's most successful leaders took a different path
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Most Americans pessimistic about environment’s future
A slim majority of Americans oppose lifting environmental regulations, according to a new CBS News poll
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Trump Administration to continue White House Science Fair
Trump will keep Obama-era event despite skepticism from the scientific community about his commitment to STEM research
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Drones fly through erupting volcano's ash clouds
A team of volcanologists used customized drones armed with sensors to go where humans can't
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Lawsuit claims Bose headphones spy on users
A lawsuit against the Bose audio company claims its high-end wireless headphones and Bose Connect app collect and share data on users without their knowledge. CBS News' Meg Oliver reports.
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"Space hamburger" spotted in astronomical first
Researchers found a newborn star deep inside the Orion Nebula that's "feeding" on something they've never quite seen before
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Facebook's moonshots: Making brains type and skin hear
The social network finally unveils what its secretive Building 8 hardware lab has been working on for the past year, and communication might never be the same
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