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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 5 2860
Paleontologists discover massive-nosed ‘Jimmy Durante of dinosaurs’ 0 unhappycamper 1 hr ago 1 hr ago 0 77
Asteroids: between a rock and a hard place 4 Ichingcarpenter 15 hrs ago 8 hrs ago 7 275
Measuring speed. 3 rug 16 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 2 224
US government warns major Oregon research hospital about monkey care 0 unhappycamper Yesterday Yesterday 3 119
'Artificial eye' to detect particles 0 dipsydoodle Friday Friday 6 207
Supermassive Black Hole Discovered Inside Tiny Dwarf Galaxy - HuffPo 4 WillyT Friday Friday 10 241
The Master Of The Art Of Diatom Arrangement 2 n2doc Friday 16 hrs ago 3 208
Banana boffins win Ig Nobel 3 yuiyoshida Friday Friday 5 241
World Population to Reach 11 Billion by 2100: Study 2 unhappycamper Friday 20 hrs ago 2 162
Antarctica sea ice area crosses record mark again 0 unhappycamper Friday Friday 2 182
Royal Observatory Greenwich Astronomy Photographer of the Year 3 muriel_volestrangler Thursday Thursday 21 805
Dueling naughty bits: the wacky world of reproduction 1 shenmue Thursday Thursday 1 253
Hubble Helps Find Smallest Known Galaxy Containing a Supermassive Black Hole 0 Eugene Thursday Thursday 3 183
Murder 'comes naturally' to chimpanzees 3 Eugene Thursday Yesterday 3 281
Check out this video of a siphonophore nautilus... 2 WillParkinson Wednesday Thursday 1 282
Europeans drawn from three ancient 'tribes' 10 dipsydoodle Wednesday Thursday 12 543
Meteorite That Doomed Dinosaurs Remade Forests 1 mahatmakanejeeves Wednesday Thursday 9 287
The freedivers who swim with whales 1 muriel_volestrangler Wednesday Wednesday 19 1196
Scientists given rare glimpse of 770-lbs colossal squid 0 unhappycamper Wednesday Wednesday 3 235
The World’s Oldest Twenty-Sided Die 17 pokerfan Tuesday Thursday 24 1840
WSJ reports Blue Origin and Boeing will beat SpaceX for Space Station Crew Delivery 1 n2doc Tuesday Tuesday 3 213
Airplane, lightning bolt, and rainbow collide for a stunning accidental photograph 2 n2doc Monday Monday 25 1529
Rosetta: Audacious comet landing site chosen 0 muriel_volestrangler Monday Monday 7 244
Scientists unveil magnetic device for extracting bacteria, toxins from blood 4 unhappycamper Monday Monday 15 326
Giant laser observatory makes progress (BBC) {LIGO, seeking gravity waves} 4 eppur_se_muova Sunday Monday 3 236
Rosetta: Decision due on comet landing site (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Sunday Monday 0 169
Imitation Game wins Toronto top prize (BBC) {Alan Turing biopic} 0 eppur_se_muova Sunday Sunday 1 123
Astronauts Eye China's Future Space Station 0 Purveyor Sunday Sunday 1 208
New Species Of Extinct Dolphin Sheds Light On River Dolphin History 0 Judi Lynn Sep 13 Sep 13 3 239
Mesmerizing Aurora in Dramatic Landscapes of Fire, Ice, and Shadow 4 n2doc Sep 13 Sep 13 19 325
Palaeontologists have discovered the world's first swimming dinosaur in Morocco 3 unhappycamper Sep 13 Sep 13 3 224
Scientists Capture The Sound Of A Single Atom, And Apparently It's A 'D-Note' - HuffPo 4 WillyT Sep 12 Sep 13 2 316
The women with super-human vision (BBC) 6 eppur_se_muova Sep 12 Sunday 13 480
Controversial stem cell paper was published over reviewers’ objections 1 n2doc Sep 12 Sep 12 3 225
Predatory dinosaur was larger than T. rex, went for swims 0 n2doc Sep 12 Sep 12 11 231
Doctors discover woman complaining of dizziness was missing part of her brain 8 n2doc Sep 12 Sep 12 6 441
Meet the Anarcho-Primitivist movement. They want to return mankind to the Stone-Age. 17 DetlefK Sep 12 Yesterday 5 464
Northern Lights likely to be extra bright as solar storm reaches Earth 0 unhappycamper Sep 12 Sep 12 7 228
Lost frogs: finding the world's rarest amphibians – in pictures 1 Judi Lynn Sep 12 Sep 12 5 201
A demonstration in physics 7 TexasTowelie Sep 12 Sep 12 8 423
Curiosity (Mars Rover, MSL) update: 2 joshcryer Sep 12 Sep 12 3 222
Baidu says its massive deep-learning system is nearly complete 0 phantom power Sep 11 Sep 11 4 263
Vaccine special on PBS 0 libodem Sep 11 Sep 11 2 165
Rosetta takes 'selfie' ahead of landing site selection 6 n2doc Sep 11 Sunday 26 1361
The Moon Comes Around Again 1 groovedaddy Sep 11 Sep 11 0 268
Switzerland 2016 and Japan 2020: Olympic games for robots and cyborgs 0 DetlefK Sep 11 Sep 11 1 139
NASA snapshots give you a dazzling look at Iceland’s erupting Bárðarbunga volcano 6 unhappycamper Sep 11 Sep 11 35 1341
Ancient swamp creature had lips like Mick Jagger 2 n2doc Sep 10 Sep 11 6 366
Arctic explorer's abandoned ship found 168 years on 5 theHandpuppet Sep 10 Sep 10 10 790
New 360 degree Martian Panorama 1 n2doc Sep 10 Sep 10 10 279
First evidence for water ice clouds found outside our solar system 2 n2doc Sep 10 Sep 10 7 270
'Solid' light could compute previously unsolvable problems 2 n2doc Sep 10 Sep 10 16 630
Ab-initio-simulation of amino-acid spontaneously forming from basic chemicals 0 DetlefK Sep 10 Sep 10 7 262
Flying Through an Aurora 0 adirondacker Sep 9 Sep 9 4 285
New Particle Detector Could Reveal Universe's Missing Antimatter 1 hue Sep 9 Sep 10 2 229
Lost Franklin expedition ship found in the Arctic 6 muriel_volestrangler Sep 9 Sunday 31 1399
Paleontologists discover new species of titanosaurian dinosaur in Tanzania 0 Judi Lynn Sep 9 Sep 9 5 192
2-legged robot runs at high speed 0 yuiyoshida Sep 9 Sep 9 6 296
Michio Kaku explains the significance of the Higgs Boson 3 Jack Rabbit Sep 8 Sep 9 2 318
Hadrian's Wall dig unearths Roman stylus wax tablet (BBC) 8 eppur_se_muova Sep 8 Sep 9 2 473
Disappearing darkness 2 mahatmakanejeeves Sep 8 Sep 8 16 391
Bizarre, Prehistoric Ratfish Chomped Prey with Buzzsaw Jaws 1 n2doc Sep 8 Sep 9 9 386
I don't really know where to put this. 0 littlemissmartypants Sep 8 Sep 8 3 346
Jupiter moon Europa may have tectonic plates similar to Earth: scientists 0 unhappycamper Sep 8 Sep 8 5 172
House-Sized Asteroid Sails Past Earth 3 Judi Lynn Sep 7 Sep 8 5 288
Small meteorite strikes Nicaragua, government says 1 Judi Lynn Sep 7 Sep 7 2 243
The Unique Merger That Made You 0 n2doc Sep 7 Sep 7 10 348
Panama Canal expansion dredges up historical treasures 5 Judi Lynn Sep 7 Sep 7 10 387
Pyramids of Giza as seen from the ISS, Astronaut Reid Wiseman 7 Ichingcarpenter Sep 7 Sep 7 19 561
WATCH: New Guinea’s Tavurvur Volcano Erupts, Splits Sky With Sonic Boom 9 WillyT Sep 6 Sep 6 12 543
Mother of Higgs boson found in superconductors 9 n2doc Sep 6 Sep 7 23 1139
Life forms appeared at least 60 million years earlier than previously thought 3 n2doc Sep 5 Sep 6 16 391
Dreadnoughtus! Largest most complete Dinosaur found yet 7 Ichingcarpenter Sep 5 Sep 6 9 498
Members of the next International space station crew 1 Ichingcarpenter Sep 5 Sep 5 1 213
making clean water... 3 handmade34 Sep 4 Sep 7 5 335
Tiny Shrimp-like Organisms Try to Illuminate the Insides of Fish That Eat Them 12 MerryBlooms Sep 4 Sep 7 15 1357
Newly found asteroid to pass close to Earth on Sunday 7 theHandpuppet Sep 4 Sep 4 8 429
Direct Brain-To-Brain Communication Used in Humans 8 n2doc Sep 4 Sep 4 7 395
'Dreadnought' dinosaur yields big bone haul 12 theHandpuppet Sep 4 Sep 5 26 1171
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