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Deborah Netburn

Deborah Netburn is a science reporter for the Los Angeles Times. She began her journalism career at the New York Observer in 1999, and has covered residential real estate, rich kids in Manhattan, entertainment, home and garden, national news, and technology. She has worked at the Los Angeles Times since 2006.
Your sustainable diet for the year 2050: More nuts, less sugar and red meat

To feed a world with 10 billion people, humanity will have to transform its eating habit, eating more plants and nuts and less red meat and sugar.

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One day our sun will solidify into a giant crystal orb

Remnants of white dwarf stars have crystal cores made of metallic oxygen and carbon. The solidification slows the aging process by billions of years.

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