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Let's be honest, break ups are painful. But for certain people, they're downright devastating. A new Stanford study uncovers why some people have more trouble recovering from break ups than others.
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One hundred years ago, Einstein predicted gravitational waves – the last unproven part of his theory of general relativity. Now, scientists say they’ve detected direct evidence of these ripples in space-time.
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