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Compulsory voting can reduce political polarization in the US, study finds

Students entering a polling location to cast their ballots. Credit: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki/University at Buffalo Introducing compulsory voting in the United States and other majoritarian democracies, with meaningful and enforceable penalties for abstention, has the potential to reduce political polarization and protect democratic institutions from anti-democratic threats, according to a paper published by a University

Casas del Turuñuelo, a site of repeated animal sacrifice in Iron Age Spain

Sacrificed equids from the courtyard of Casas del Turuñuelo site (Badajoz, Spain). Iron Age Tartessian Culture. Yard discovered and excavated since 2017. Credit: Construyendo Tarteso, CC-BY 4.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) The Iron Age site of Casas del Turuñuelo was used repeatedly for ritualized animal sacrifice, according to a multidisciplinary study published November 22, 2023 in the open-access

Discovery of invisible nutrient discharge on Great Barrier Reef raises concerns

Diagram showing groundwater sources on Great Barrier Reef. Credit: Douglas Tait Scientists using natural tracers off Queensland’s coast have discovered the source of previously unquantified nitrogen and phosphorous that are having a profound environmental impact on the Great Barrier Reef. The findings, published today in Environmental Science & Technology, indicate current efforts to preserve and

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