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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 5 2698
Largest aquatic insect in the world found in China 3 WillParkinson 1 hr ago 31 min ago 1 140
Crazy metal melts in your hand 2 WillParkinson 4 hrs ago 1 hr ago 6 282
Quantum leap in lasers brightens future of quantum computing 0 Bill USA 5 hrs ago 5 hrs ago 2 111
Siberian Discovery Suggests Almost All Dinosaurs Were Feathered 0 muriel_volestrangler 7 hrs ago 7 hrs ago 6 207
New study shows brain-damaged child was well cared for 100,000 years ago 1 Ichingcarpenter 9 hrs ago 8 hrs ago 2 181
Deep Sea Explorers Stumble Upon A Creature They Can Hardly Believe Is Real 14 n2doc 10 hrs ago 26 min ago 45 1760
How Brilliant Monkeys Escape Predators By Using Field Scientists As Human Shields 0 n2doc 10 hrs ago 10 hrs ago 3 164
How a solar storm two years ago nearly caused a catastrophe on Earth 3 n2doc 11 hrs ago 11 hrs ago 15 318
The Sun Is Eerily Quiet, And Scientists Aren't Sure Why 11 n2doc Yesterday 5 min ago 12 470
How to Make Your Dog Jealous 7 n2doc Yesterday 21 hrs ago 2 301
Tracks found in B.C. suggest tyrannosaurs hunted in packs 4 n2doc Yesterday 15 hrs ago 5 171
I'm tired of the xenophobic comments of 1 Ichingcarpenter Yesterday Yesterday 9 403
China plans super collider 7 Ichingcarpenter Yesterday Yesterday 0 159
NASA's Fermi finds a 'transformer' pulsar 4 n2doc Tuesday Yesterday 14 950
Nation Apparently Believed in Science at Some Point 5 n2doc Tuesday Yesterday 22 360
Satellogic Aims To Launch A Constellation Of Small Imaging Satellites Around Earth 0 phantom power Tuesday Tuesday 1 120
"Particle Fever" 2 Lionel Mandrake Tuesday Tuesday 9 272
Kingdom of the Blue Whale 2 yuiyoshida Tuesday Yesterday 12 693
Your Brain Is On the Brink of Chaos 4 n2doc Tuesday Tuesday 5 303
Check out the crystal tools ancient Americans used to kill their dinner 13 n2doc Tuesday Yesterday 36 2234
World's largest aquatic insect specimen found in China 6 Ichingcarpenter Tuesday Yesterday 7 324
First pictures from inside the 'crater at the end of the world' 15 Ichingcarpenter Tuesday Yesterday 24 1859
The Hexagon 7 n2doc Monday Monday 17 412
Mars rover Curiosity finds 'Lebanon' on Red Planet aka huge iron meteorite 2 n2doc Monday Monday 9 278
Scientists have discovered why some embryos can’t grab on to the uterine wall 0 unhappycamper Monday Monday 3 300
Sandstone shapes 'forged by gravity' 6 dipsydoodle Monday Monday 17 1123
U.S. atmospheric and environmental scientists modeled what would happen after"limited, nuclear war 7 Ichingcarpenter Sunday Monday 6 336
July 20, 1969: One Giant Leap For Mankind 3 n2doc Sunday Sunday 9 212
Could the cat gene pool in England be slightly different from in other countries, so that cats there 5 raccoon Sunday Monday 1 428
remote-controlled contraceptive microchip you implant under your skin 4 phantom power Saturday Sunday 0 234
Who Were the Ancient Bog Mummies? Surprising New Clues 3 littlemissmartypants Saturday Saturday 16 477
Lenz's Law 2 Ichingcarpenter Saturday Saturday 7 320
U.S. researchers call for greater oversight of powerful genetic technology 1 n2doc Friday Saturday 3 181
Star Trek 'engine' goes where no one has gone before 2 n2doc Friday Saturday 7 426
Louie Schwartzberg: Hidden miracles of the natural world 0 Renew Deal Friday Friday 0 166
Earth-like soils on Mars? 0 n2doc Friday Friday 3 212
The Truth About Killer Dinosaurs - Documentary films 0 yuiyoshida Friday Friday 0 249
BBC Documentary 2014 Decoding Dinosaur`s Real Documentaries 0 yuiyoshida Friday Friday 0 184
Nature Blows My Mind! Macro photographs of brilliant hummingbirds 17 Judi Lynn Thursday Monday 49 2207
How about combining these... 3 DetlefK Thursday Thursday 0 241
Epic map reveals Mars's geography in unrivalled detail 0 n2doc Thursday Thursday 8 258
Amazing photos from NASA's vaults show how they assembled Apollo 11 12 n2doc Thursday Sunday 22 1734
Giant crater found in Siberia near 'end of world'' 10 littlemissmartypants Jul 16 Jul 16 5 670
Physicists detect process even rarer than the long-sought Higgs particle 1 n2doc Jul 16 Jul 16 5 331
Friends share similarities in thier DNA 0 sue4e3 Jul 16 Jul 16 0 211
Solar Sail Spacecraft to Hitch a Free Ride on a Light Breeze in 2016 6 jakeXT Jul 16 Tuesday 5 234
Scientists: We're 'Very Close' To Finding Another Earth - CNN 16 WillyT Jul 15 Thursday 11 660
The Forgotten Woman Who Made Microbiology Possible 2 n2doc Jul 15 Jul 15 12 250
Long Tail Feathers Adorned Four-Winged Dinosaur 6 n2doc Jul 15 Thursday 17 969
Rosetta's target is 'double' comet (BBC) 2 eppur_se_muova Jul 15 Tuesday 3 222
Less than 1% of scientists have published 41.7% of all papers between 1996 and 2011 4 OnlinePoker Jul 15 Jul 16 3 317
Absolute Zero is 0K 1 Ptah Jul 15 Jul 15 8 335
Licking your wounds.........helps 0 Ichingcarpenter Jul 15 Jul 15 4 237
Wow! Astronomy Picture of the Day 13 Ptah Jul 14 Jul 16 40 2114
Earth's Magnetic Field Is Poised to Flip Upside-Down 19 n2doc Jul 14 Thursday 19 912
The Stagnating Job Market for Young Scientists 2 n2doc Jul 14 Jul 14 3 238
NASA: The Search for Life in the Universe 2 joshcryer Jul 14 Jul 15 5 240
Science Journal Pulls 60 Papers in Peer-Review Fraud 5 n2doc Jul 14 Jul 14 5 356
Speed of light slower than previously thought. 22 Manifestor_of_Light Jul 14 Monday 5 732
Violence in Human Evolution 0 Shankapotomus Jul 13 Jul 13 1 239
Scientists have developed a material so dark that you can't see it 35 Ichingcarpenter Jul 13 Jul 16 42 2862
Hungarian professor visiting UM (Montana) finds 99 invasive weed species on Mount Sentinel 1 Ptah Jul 12 Jul 12 3 222
Science is often unappreciated. 1 rug Jul 12 Jul 12 7 223
NASA’s Newest Telescope Is Housed In A Special Jumbo Jet That Flies At 45,000 Feet - ExtremeTech 3 WillyT Jul 11 Jul 13 5 227
Huge Trove of Dinosaur Footprints Discovered in Alaska (LiveScience) 1 eppur_se_muova Jul 11 Jul 11 11 292
Pocket Pets? Mini Hedgehog and Tiny Tapir Fossils Found in Canada (LiveScience) 0 eppur_se_muova Jul 11 Jul 11 3 142
Giant Japanese salamander roams city street 13 yuiyoshida Jul 10 Jul 13 23 2867
String theory and post-empiricism 5 Jim__ Jul 10 Jul 11 4 353
Scansoriopteryx Study Challenges Hypothesis that Birds Evolved from Dinosaurs 2 theHandpuppet Jul 10 Jul 10 4 233
Record Level of Solar UV-B Radiation Measured in Bolivian Andes 0 theHandpuppet Jul 10 Jul 10 3 190
Lettuce See the Future: Japanese Farmer Builds High-Tech Indoor Veggie Factory 11 Electric Monk Jul 10 Jul 13 16 380
CU-Boulder instrument onboard Hubble reveals the universe is ‘missing’ light 1 Bosonic Jul 10 Jul 10 8 298
Hot spot: Yellowstone road melts, sites closed 7 Ptah Jul 10 Jul 16 17 606
Double Rainbow over Washington DC 3 n2doc Jul 10 Jul 10 10 315
Brain uses same signal to store what we feel whether we smell, taste or touch 1 dipsydoodle Jul 10 Jul 10 2 190
Space Probe Might Lack Nitrogen to Push It Home. 2 elleng Jul 9 Jul 9 7 308
Researchers declassify dinosaurs as being the great-great-grandparents of birds 8 n2doc Jul 9 Jul 10 11 473
Supernova Reveals Origins of Universe's Dust 3 n2doc Jul 9 Jul 9 6 235
Get ready to start naming exoplanets! 14 Takket Jul 9 Jul 10 4 319
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