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Armageddon at 10,000 BCE

Javier Barbuzano Eos
Fragments of a comet likely hit Earth 12,800 years ago, and a little Paleolithic village in Syria might have suffered the impact.

COVID-19 and Circuits of Capital

Rob Wallace, Alex Liebman, Luis Fernando Chaves and Rodrick Wallace Monthly Review
The way out is nothing short of birthing a world (or perhaps more along the lines of returning back to Earth). It will also help solve—sleeves rolled up—many of our most pressing problems.

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What Will Humans Eat on Mars?

Andrea Michelson Smithsonian Magazine
Scientists at the University of Central Florida have modeled a path toward self-sufficiency for one million settlers of Mars over the course of 100 Earth years. Planetary scientist Kevin Cannon talks about the logistics of feeding a population of one million on the Red Planet.
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