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The 10 Most-Read Discover Stories of 2020.

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The 10 Most-Read Discover Stories of 2020

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A variation of the familiar Delta-9-THC compound is growing in popularity among savvy cannabis consumers. But its legality is sticky.

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There have been five mass extinctions in our planet's history. The sixth will be more of a slow burn, and unlike the ones before it, humanity is to blame.

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Masks don't compromise your oxygen levels, but they can still disrupt breathing patterns, leaving you feeling dizzy or winded.

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Both baking powder and baking soda cause batters to rise when baked. But that doesn't mean they can be used interchangeably.

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Early research suggests that gastrointestinal distress can be an early warning sign of a coronavirus infection.

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The next generation of the Internet will rely on revolutionary new tech — allowing for unhackable networks and information that travels faster than the speed of light.

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This year, physicists gave us an early view of a third kingdom of quasiparticles that only arise in two dimensions.

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This 7,000-year-old stone circle tracked the summer solstice and the arrival of the annual monsoon season. It's the oldest known astronomical site on Earth.

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The water stored in the inner layers of Earth may be more plentiful — and important — than scientists previously thought.

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Mounting evidence shows bugs in your digestive system influence the brain. Experts are now testing psychobiotics as mental health remedies.

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