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The future of food: Fish feed the plants, plants clean the water, we eat both

<i>Each week, we seek expert advice to help a small or medium-sized business overcome a key issue.</i><p>Pablo Alvarez envisions a day when Torontonians will wander his Aqua Greens aquaponics farm in the city centre, choosing bunches of arugula, basil and chives as well as a couple of the tilapia swimming …

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Reese's Pieces-filled peanut butter cups set to hit a store near you

Reese's fans, prepare yourself for chocolate "Inception."<p>The beloved candymaker has a new product up its sleeve: Reese's Peanut Butter Cups stuffed with Reese's Pieces.<p>That's right, the news was first leaked via a now-viral Facebook post, leading Reese's reps to respond in kind — with the hashtag …

A Major Mystery About Earth's Magnetic Field Has Just Been Solved

For the first time, physicists have observed a mysterious process called magnetic reconnection—wherein opposing magnetic field lines join up, …

Creating Hallucinations Without Drugs Is Surprisingly Easy

Try this at home, but don't blame us if things get weird.<p>The human brain is a remarkable thing. It can do things our primate relatives are thousands …

'Sistine chapel of early Middle Ages' reopens in Rome after 30 years

A sixth-century church with a rare collection of early Christian art is reopening to the public in Rome after a restoration that took more than 30 years.<p>Nestling at the foot of the hill where Rome’s emperors once lived, the Basilica di Santa Maria Antiqua was buried under rubble by an earthquake in …

Archaeology

'Five-dimensional' glass discs can store data for up to 13.8 billion years

"For future civilizations — or whatever else is out there"<p>Photographs fade, books rot, and even hard drives eventually fester. When you take the long view, preserving humanity's collective culture isn't a marathon, it's a relay — with successive generations passing on information from one …