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Any botanists around? 6 theHandpuppet Jun 22 Jun 22 1 313
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Neanderthal faces emerge from the gloom of a Spanish cave 2 dipsydoodle Jun 20 Jun 21 15 593
Palladium Used To Transform Radioactive Waste Into Rare Earth Element 8 PeoViejo Jun 18 Jun 21 15 516
Chilean mountaintop blasted for giant telescope 8 Judi Lynn Jun 19 Jun 20 1 347
The Strange and Mysterious History of the Ouija Board 9 William Seger Jun 14 Jun 19 16 845
ERB: Nye vs. Newton 0 xocet Jun 19 Jun 19 2 357
Tiny plants ride on the coattails of migratory birds 7 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 15 828
This Shape-Shifter Could Tell Us Why Matter Exists 0 n2doc Jun 18 Jun 18 8 401
SpaceX gets federal clearance for South Texas launch site 0 n2doc Jun 18 Jun 18 2 185
The world's deepest hole lies hidden beneath this rusty metal cap 36 n2doc Jun 3 Jun 18 50 3098
Scientists: A mysterious animal ate an entire 9-foot great white shark 6 yuiyoshida Jun 7 Jun 17 3 827
Picky Eaters Are Less Likely to Be Eaten 0 undeterred Jun 17 Jun 17 0 366
Personality dictates social spiders' roles 2 hunter Jun 17 Jun 17 2 257
New Methane-Hunting Tool Could Boost Search for Alien Life 0 Judi Lynn Jun 17 Jun 17 5 225
Traces of another world found on the Moon {maybe}(BBC) 15 eppur_se_muova Jun 5 Jun 16 8 745
Hubble's 4-year timelapse of the V838 Monocerotis stellar explosion ( 11 Ichingcarpenter Jun 14 Jun 16 22 564
43% of the public think 9 pscot Jun 13 Jun 16 7 736
Absurd Creature of the Week: The 120-Foot-Long Jellyfish That’s Loving Global Warming 0 unhappycamper Jun 15 Jun 15 7 432
WIRED Space Photo of the Day 0 unhappycamper Jun 15 Jun 15 5 259
Horizontal Transfer of GM DNA Widespread But No One is Looking, Almost 2 MindMover Jun 11 Jun 15 9 308
Computer passes 'Turing Test' for the first time after convincing users it is human 41 jakeXT Jun 8 Jun 12 19 2637
The Earth’s Seasonal “Heartbeat” as Seen from Space 14 n2doc Aug 2013 Jun 12 48 3199
Chimps outsmart humans at simple strategy games 3 WhiteTara Jun 11 Jun 11 4 335
NASA to conduct Mars 'flying saucer' test on Earth 0 WhiteTara Jun 11 Jun 11 1 175
How insects could feed the food industry of tomorrow 10 Little Star Jun 9 Jun 11 1 334
Will Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos get a second season? 4 LongTomH Jun 10 Jun 10 2 404
Solar Breakthrough from Oz Land: 5 truedelphi Jun 10 Jun 10 10 459
Think 12 or 24 hour watches are a little short-sighted? 8 Playinghardball Jun 9 Jun 10 8 494
A new model of liver regeneration: Switch causes mature liver cells to revert back to stem cell-like 4 eShirl Jun 8 Jun 9 11 327
47 billion years!! WOW 9 Playinghardball Jun 9 Jun 9 8 684
New Zealand: Landslide kills rare flightless parrot 4 theHandpuppet Jun 8 Jun 9 3 340
Solar Plant Achieves Supercritical Steam 4 Playinghardball Jun 8 Jun 9 16 456
One species to rule them all, giant crocodile fossil discovered in northern Colombia 3 Judi Lynn Jun 4 Jun 8 8 421
Light from huge explosion 12 billion years ago reaches Earth 7 Ichingcarpenter Jun 7 Jun 8 3 504
Donald Knuth and a deplorable trend in the history of science 2 Lionel Mandrake Jun 7 Jun 7 8 396
If we have a hydrologist here, esp. one familiar with the PacificNW.... 16 kristopher Jun 6 Jun 7 2 549
Zebras break Africa’s terrestrial migration record 0 undeterred Jun 7 Jun 7 4 202
Newly discovered insect 'Supersonus' hits animal kingdom's highest-pitch love call 2 Judi Lynn Jun 6 Jun 7 4 295
Scientists Selectively Erase And Restore Memories (Whoa!) 7 icymist Jun 2 Jun 7 16 522
Vandals Wipe Out Prehistoric Rock Art in Southern Libya 1 jakeXT Jun 3 Jun 6 6 317
Fusion Power - US Navy Publishes on Polywell. 1 The Polywell Guy Jun 6 Jun 6 4 331
Stunning fossil eggs provide insight on ancient flying reptiles 0 dipsydoodle Jun 6 Jun 6 11 314
More on the ancient worlds of Kapteyn's star 1 LongTomH Jun 5 Jun 5 9 388
'Godzilla of Earths' identified 6 IDemo Jun 2 Jun 5 14 506
US fossils dealer jailed for dinosaur smuggling (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova Jun 5 Jun 5 0 180
Modernized Space Camp Allows Kids To Simulate Frustration Over Lack Of Funding 3 n2doc Jun 4 Jun 5 9 287
Two ancient worlds found just 13 light-years from Earth 26 n2doc Jun 4 Jun 5 37 1480
Irish scientists discover new bird species 6 Judi Lynn Jun 5 Jun 5 30 2189
This Amazing Shot Of 10,000 Galaxies May Be The Hubble Telescope's Most Spectacular Photo Ever 27 WillyT Jun 3 Jun 4 26 1043
Airbus drops model 'space jet' (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova Jun 4 Jun 4 2 261
Astronomers discover first Thorne-Zytkow object, a bizarre type of hybrid star 0 n2doc Jun 4 Jun 4 16 395
Too late ... Nobel gold medal sold for $329.000 1 jakeXT Jun 3 Jun 4 0 391
Kelvin Helmholtz clouds (earthsky.org) 6 eppur_se_muova May 30 Jun 4 29 1418
SpaceX's newest rocket engine is printed 1 LongTomH Jun 3 Jun 3 6 293
Heeeeeere’s Jimmy: Intel’s 3-D printed robot will hit the market later this year (CNBC) 9 eppur_se_muova May 31 Jun 3 1 452
Teen skeleton found by Mexico cave divers has scientists breathless 14 unhappycamper May 30 Jun 3 67 3748
Parasitic vines may serve as lightning rods 1 Judi Lynn Jun 2 Jun 3 0 388
Sunset Double Rainbow Over Samos Island, Greece 5 n2doc May 31 Jun 2 22 731
Scientists Hacked Monkey Brains to Electronically Control Their Decisions 8 undeterred May 29 Jun 2 1 328
Evolution sparks silence of the crickets 5 Judi Lynn Jun 2 Jun 2 10 495
Scientists Report Finding Reliable Way to Teleport Data 8 n2doc May 29 Jun 1 14 544
Swarms of Locusts Plague Madagascar 6 undeterred May 30 May 31 8 446
Why Do Republicans Always Say ‘I’m Not a Scientist’? 6 n2doc May 30 May 31 7 416
A cosmic kiss, and then a merger ... of galactic proportions... 1 DreamGypsy May 29 May 31 7 376
SpaceX unveil 'no runway' Dragon V2 space capsule (BBC) 7 eppur_se_muova May 30 May 30 3 297
Researchers design a new structure that absorbs all sound 4 n2doc May 30 May 30 9 415
Quantum phenomenon shown in $15m D-Wave computer (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova May 30 May 30 0 285
Ancient 'Fish Lizard' Graveyard Discovered Beneath Melting Glacier 4 Judi Lynn May 29 May 30 13 521
The best of Nature's disssssguises you'll ever see: The caterpillar that looks and even acts like a 14 Judi Lynn May 28 May 30 43 2335
Crickets in two places fall silent to survive 2 phantom power May 29 May 29 3 314
'First drafts' of human protein catalogue published (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova May 29 May 29 1 185
Wasp uses zinc {compound}-tipped drill to lay eggs (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova May 29 May 29 3 208
Light coaxes stem cells to repair teeth: Noninvasive laser therapy could radically shift dental trea 11 eShirl May 28 May 29 34 1038
Asian relative of cane toad threatens Madagascar 0 theHandpuppet May 29 May 29 2 197
Need help identifying a bird. Photographed in Florida near a canal. 11 WillParkinson May 28 May 28 3 580
They Looked Like Birds, But What They Saw Up Close Surprised Them 24 Judi Lynn May 26 May 28 66 4857
Molten lava meets a can of Coke 7 dipsydoodle May 25 May 28 7 1106
“Space is without borders, this is our answer" 4 Ichingcarpenter May 28 May 28 18 537
TONIGHT !!! - 'First Camelopardalid Meteor Shower To Debut May 23' - HuffPo 6 WillyT May 23 May 28 5 514
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