ICYMI: Mini Human Guts, Pseudo-Water, The Perfect Human & More

Your weekend recap has arrived.
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A lot happened over the last few days — here's your Monday recap of all the wild stories you may have missed this weekend.


  • Scientists have discovered a new kind of 'ice' that's not water but also kind of is? Yeah, it's weird and weirdly fascinating
  • Another strange thing scientists did lately: They grew miniature human guts inside of mice
  • Question: How far should we go with gene editing in pursuit of the 'perfect' human?
  • Scientists have created a drug — 'Kisspeptin' — that allegedly makes patients very, well… turned on
  • This feels obvious but we guess people still need to hear it: A report has found that replacing coal plants with renewable will save a lot of money. Because, yeah


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  • Getting healthier means changing your lifestyle. Noom Weight helps users lose weight in a sustainable way through behavioral change psychology. It's a no‑brainer
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