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US election: Trump will accept result 'if I win': Donald Trump says he will "totally accept" the results of the US presidential election "if I win" - but also says he won't challenge a "clear" result.
Mosul: Islamic State is 'a brutal opponent', says US general: The head of the coalition forces for Iraq and Syria tells the BBC that the Islamic State group is "a brutal opponent" in the fight for Mosul.
Schiaparelli Mars probe's parachute 'jettisoned too early': Europe's Schiaparelli lander did not behave as expected as it headed down to the surface of Mars on Wednesday, data shows.
Jakarta attacks: IS bombmaker smiles after 10-year sentence: An Indonesian man is jailed for 10 years for his role in a bomb and gun attack in Jakarta in January.

Postmedia to cut staffing costs by 20%: Postmedia

Postmedia Network Canada Corp. says it intends to reduce staffing costs by 20 per cent as the company reports lower revenue and a deeper quarterly net loss.

Parents find son's body after fatal pharmacy error: Sheldrick 2

An 8-year-old boy died after medication for a sleep disorder was switched for another drug by the pharmacy that filled the prescription. The boy's mother has filed a lawsuit against the pharmacy and its owner.

Trump gets part of the blame as Bank of Canada lowers growth expectations: Don Pittis : Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz

Political uncertainty in the U.S. plus a cooling Canadian housing market are two reasons Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz downgraded this country's prospects for economic growth. But on the bright side, he says, the risk posed by consumer debt is down, too.

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Trilobites: If Planet Nine Is Out There, It Tilts Our Solar System: Astronomers have yet to confirm another planet-size body lies deep in the solar system, but they offered new evidence of its effects on other bodies.

No Signal From Mars Lander, but European Officials Declare Mission a Success: The lack of a signal most likely means the planned “soft landing” failed, but the orbiter continues to gather and transmit data.

Juno Hobbled but Healthy After Glitch, NASA Says: The spacecraft put itself into “safe mode” early Wednesday and restarted its computer, scuttling observations that were to take place as it passed 3,000 miles above Jupiter’s clouds.

Trilobites: Monkeys Can Make Stone Tools, but They Don’t Use Them: Researchers found capuchin monkeys in Brazil that bang stones together, producing flakes that look similar to early human tools.

How the First Farmers Changed History: Skeletons from ancient settlements in the Near East are providing answers about how agriculture, and society, arose.

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Computer model provides a new portrait of carbon dioxide
By Patrick Lynch

An ultra-high-resolution NASA computer model has given scientists a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe.

Plumes of carbon dioxide in the simulation swirl and shift as winds disperse the greenhouse gas away from its sources. The simulation also illustrates differences in carbon dioxide levels in the northern and southern hemispheres and distinct swings in global carbon dioxide concentrations as the growth cycle of plants and trees changes with the seasons.

NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

This is gorgeous… and strangely soothing.

For more mesmerizing climate models, watch Gavin Schmidt’s talk about climate change patterns»

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