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Astronauts On The International Space Station Just Pulled Off The Best Mannequin Challenge Yet 3 Judi Lynn Dec 30 Jan 3 6 1696
Science News: Data show no sign of methane boost from thawing permafrost. 7 Buckeye_Democrat Dec 29 Jan 3 8 1882
Scientists love president Obama so much theyve named nine different animals after him 5 n2doc Dec 30 Jan 3 12 1655
Spiders Growing on the Surface of Mars Right Before Our Eyes! 9 Judi Lynn Dec 22 Jan 1 32 7384
Astronomers Seeking Planet 9 Hope To Soon Catch A Glimpse 2 n2doc Dec 30 Dec 31 12 1566
Appliance of DNA science can shine a light on forced labour in the cotton fields 1 Judi Lynn Dec 31 Dec 31 4 1639
Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova will be near the moon on New Year's Eve - NASA 3 ffr Dec 30 Dec 30 1 1488
Behold, the Leidenfrost maze 2 progressoid Dec 28 Dec 28 11 1758
If you're a climate change denier, and you're up to your neck in coastal flooding, 0 Xipe Totec Dec 28 Dec 28 13 1638
Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks there's a 'very high' chance the universe is just a simulation 12 Judi Lynn Dec 23 Dec 28 4 2587
Gone in 2016: Ten Notable Women in Science and Technology 3 n2doc Dec 28 Dec 28 8 1422
Eating processed meats regularly aggravates asthma: study 3 Judi Lynn Dec 22 Dec 28 6 923
Newly discovered prehistoric bird lived near a balmy North Pole 0 TexasTowelie Dec 28 Dec 28 5 1533
Supermoon over Spanish Castle 12 Ptah Dec 19 Dec 27 50 6635
If you get the Smithsonian Channel, or the Canadian History Channel, you might be interested in ... 5 eppur_se_muova Dec 26 Dec 27 7 1974
This 509-year-old map contains the first known use of the word 'America' but not where you may thi 6 Judi Lynn Dec 24 Dec 26 6 1809
Stunning wall of sea smoke rises as freezing temperatures hit the US 1 Judi Lynn Dec 23 Dec 25 10 1783
Dyslexia May Be the Brain Struggling to Adapt 3 Judi Lynn Dec 23 Dec 23 4 1542
Scientists are going to hunt for dark matter at the bottom of a gold mine 0 Judi Lynn Dec 23 Dec 23 4 1947
New antimatter breakthrough to help illuminate mysteries of the Big Bang 0 Judi Lynn Dec 23 Dec 23 3 1348
Scientists Find That Water Might Exist in a Whole New State 0 Judi Lynn Dec 23 Dec 23 1 2188
Some young dinosaurs shed teeth, say experts 0 nitpicker Dec 23 Dec 23 1 752
A drone that flies (almost) like a bird (phys.org) 2 eppur_se_muova Dec 22 Dec 22 2 946
McGill database will help climate-change experts track world's lakes 1 petronius Dec 22 Dec 22 3 214
Stunning photos capture rare snow in the Sahara Desert. 2 elleng Dec 22 Dec 22 3 1590
Don't want to die before your time? Get a female doctor. 16 elleng Dec 19 Dec 22 18 2242
Bright Dog Stars on December evenings 5 elleng Dec 15 Dec 22 14 2887
Robot camera finds colourful creatures under Antarctic sea ice 1 Judi Lynn Dec 22 Dec 22 6 1453
Dutch scientists' artificial leaf can create medicine anywhere 1 Judi Lynn Dec 22 Dec 22 2 233
Youre an Adult. Your Brain, Not So Much. 0 elleng Dec 21 Dec 21 2 947
Solstice sun to reach southernmost point. 5 elleng Dec 20 Dec 21 11 2030
Trump's Pick for Budget Director Isn't Sure the Government Should Fund Scientific Research 8 JHan Dec 20 Dec 20 4 1405
Scientists find 163 new species in the Greater Mekong region of SE Asia 0 WillParkinson Dec 20 Dec 20 2 1193
Laser helps unlock antimatter secrets 0 nitpicker Dec 20 Dec 20 2 1236
Iron 'jet stream' detected in Earth's outer core 0 nitpicker Dec 20 Dec 20 3 1260
December solstice 2016 coming on 21st 2 elleng Dec 18 Dec 19 5 1710
Study helps prove galaxy evolution theory 1 Jim__ Dec 19 Dec 19 4 1257
Pregnancy Changes the Brain in Ways that May Help Mothering. 3 elleng Dec 19 Dec 19 1 1215
See the New Species Discovered in This Ecologically Threatened Part of the World 3 Judi Lynn Dec 19 Dec 19 7 1325
ALPHA observes light spectrum of antimatter for first time 0 WhiteTara Dec 19 Dec 19 4 1234
A Sun-Like Death Star That Consumed Its Planets Discovered 2 Judi Lynn Dec 18 Dec 19 5 1887
Peggy Whitson: Blast off to the ISS for oldest woman in space (BBC) 2 eppur_se_muova Nov 2016 Dec 19 0 477
Cave glow-worms vomit long sticky urine threads to catch prey 1 WillParkinson Dec 15 Dec 17 5 958
The Extinction Crisis is far worse than you think 3 Quackers Dec 17 Dec 17 15 2615
Antarctic 'pole of ignorance' finally addressed 3 nitpicker Dec 16 Dec 17 9 1612
Harry Potter's Sorting Hat inspires the name of new spider species 4 WillParkinson Dec 17 Dec 17 1 1112
Velvet worms 0 rug Dec 16 Dec 16 2 431
Sentinels map Earth's slow surface warping 1 nitpicker Dec 15 Dec 16 6 1019
Can someone help me with selecting the right telescope for my spouse? 5 Firebrand Gary Dec 9 Dec 15 0 533
Scientists prepare to fight for their work during the Trumpocene 1 mahatmakanejeeves Dec 15 Dec 15 3 962
NASA Launches 8-Satellite Constellation to Track Hurricanes from Space 0 Eugene Dec 15 Dec 15 3 547
Praying Mantis Looks Like a Flower - And Now We Know Why (NatGeo) 11 eppur_se_muova Dec 9 Dec 15 39 4034
Japan's Kounotori H-II Transfer Vehicle 6 Successfully Docks with International Space Station 1 Judi Lynn Dec 15 Dec 15 3 897
A Stonehenge, and a Mystery, in the Amazon 0 Judi Lynn Dec 14 Dec 14 9 1445
Researchers baffled by nationalist surge 7 OKIsItJustMe Dec 13 Dec 14 5 1413
A joke only mathematicians will get 3 DetlefK Dec 14 Dec 14 2 1628
'Smart boulders' record huge underwater avalanche 0 nitpicker Dec 14 Dec 14 5 866
Nickel clue to 'dinosaur killer' asteroid 0 nitpicker Dec 13 Dec 13 12 1183
Researchers Humans have been polluting rivers for 7,000 years 6 Judi Lynn Dec 12 Dec 12 3 971
Capuchin monkeys produce sharp stone flakes similar to tools 2 Judi Lynn Dec 11 Dec 12 7 1096
Is EmDrive Real? NASA Paper On Impossible Propulsion System Passes Peer Review 16 HAB911 Nov 2016 Dec 10 2 961
John Glenn hails Jeff Bezos space feats in letter written days before astronauts death 0 nitpicker Dec 10 Dec 10 4 906
'Star in a Jar' Fusion Reactor Works and Promises Infinite Energy 4 TexasTowelie Dec 9 Dec 10 13 1718
new spider identified in indiana 2 skippercollector Dec 9 Dec 9 2 946
Japan tests innovative magnetic tether for slowing space junk 0 Eugene Dec 9 Dec 9 4 558
Northern hemisphere dwellers: we have just had the earliest sunset of the year, on December 7. 9 mahatmakanejeeves Dec 8 Dec 8 9 1136
500-year-old clams unlock history of oceans 1 petronius Dec 8 Dec 8 4 725
This video about the scale of black holes will crush your poor, tiny brain. 7 progressoid Dec 6 Dec 7 24 1374
Trump transition and science 3 MBS Dec 2 Dec 7 5 515
Russian spacecraft fails after launch 2 n2doc Dec 2 Dec 7 3 740
Caesarean births 'affecting human evolution' 10 nitpicker Dec 6 Dec 7 5 1196
And there is hope in the world: Rwanda: From killing fields to technopolis. 0 NNadir Dec 6 Dec 6 4 257
Evolution in Action: African Elephants Are Increasingly Born Without Tusks 5 HAB911 Nov 27 Dec 5 9 837
NGC 4696: Ravenous Supermassive Black Hole Creates A 'Cosmic Oddity' 1 Judi Lynn Dec 4 Dec 4 11 844
The moon passed Venus Friday evening, but theres more to come. 0 elleng Dec 3 Dec 3 7 709
Europe presses ahead with Mars rover 1 nitpicker Dec 3 Dec 3 1 514
Google Earth Engine 1 HAB911 Nov 30 Dec 2 8 6817
Scientists have officially named the four newest elements of the periodic table 3 n2doc Dec 1 Dec 1 8 741
Saturn mission approaches tour finale 3 nitpicker Dec 1 Dec 1 9 547
Astronaut eye problems blamed on spinal fluid 6 nitpicker Nov 29 Nov 29 2 782
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