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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 8 7862
Pakistan treating 2 brothers who become paralyzed each night 0 Judi Lynn 59 min ago 59 min ago 1 46
SpaceX just nailed another barge landing! 1 edbermac 4 hrs ago 2 hrs ago 8 156
San Andreas fault 'locked, loaded and ready to roll' with big earthquake, expert says 4 Eugene 10 hrs ago 28 min ago 8 261
The oldest crystal on Earth: Scientists say zircon formed in the craters left by violent asteroid im 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 6 285
Eta Aquarid meteor shower reaches peak activity this week 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday 15 hrs ago 3 132
Archaeologists may have solved mystery of Peru's 'band of holes' 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday 16 hrs ago 13 367
There are some who say that astronomy has no practical value for ordinary people. 2 Ptah Tuesday Wednesday 17 277
Nine years of censorship 1 n2doc Tuesday Tuesday 19 314
New Paradigms for SETI: Cosmic Archeology 3 LongTomH Tuesday Yesterday 12 198
What we learned about online nonprobability polls 1 Mosby Tuesday Tuesday 6 207
Scientists hit pay dirt in drilling of dinosaur-killing impact crater 2 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 35 625
Astronomers discover three habitable planets just 40 light years away 10 Ichingcarpenter Tuesday 16 hrs ago 8 282
FSU's Nobel-winning chemistry professor Kroto dies (co-discover of "buckyballs") 1 TexasTowelie Tuesday Yesterday 5 168
Scientists gave a camera to an octopus, and she only needed 3 tries to learn to use it. 4 eridani Monday Yesterday 46 2409
Neuroscientists find evidence for 'visual stereotyping' 0 Jim__ Monday Monday 4 223
Aurora Borealis anyone? 0 2naSalit Monday Monday 5 318
China will launch a Mars rover in 2020 0 n2doc Sunday Sunday 6 142
Theorists perplexed by hints of unexpected new particle 12 n2doc Sunday 15 hrs ago 20 515
Evidence from Curiosity Rover Shows Mars Once Had Oxygen-Rich Atmosphere 18 Ichingcarpenter Sunday Tuesday 30 824
Baby sauropod dinosaurs did not require parental care 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 6 190
Probing dark energy with clusters: "Russian doll" galaxy clusters reveal information about dark ener 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 10 224
Unique Tailless Comet Was Made At The Same Time As Earth 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 6 223
'Brick' of original Earth returns 2 Judi Lynn Sunday Wednesday 4 266
Mysterious blue flashes in space and upside-down lightning have been caught on film 1 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 8 361
An ancient astronomer's observations of a 1,000-year-old supernova have just been unearthed 2 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 7 267
A Monster Black Hole is Forming From 3 Colliding Galaxies 1 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 6 239
New Geoglyph Spotted in Peru’s Nazca Desert 5 Judi Lynn Sunday 16 hrs ago 6 322
Mystery surrounds Burren settlement excavated by archaeologists 4 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 11 354
Stunning jellyfish, captured on film by the NOAA 7 n2doc Saturday Sunday 18 443
Pop went the weasel and down went the Large Hadron Collider 12 TexasTowelie Saturday Saturday 4 313
Scientists Discover 'Woolly Wolf' Is Likely a New Species 1 n2doc Saturday Saturday 11 361
Satellite That Hunts for Black Holes in Space Is Lost 10 Eugene Friday Sunday 9 357
The Entire World is Getting a New Polio Vaccine This Month 0 progressoid Friday Friday 4 160
The biggest scientific instrument in the world was brought down by a tiny weasel 31 WhiteTara Friday Tuesday 18 2232
Stunning view of solar flare 4 Cassiopeia Apr 28 Saturday 9 302
A single-celled organism capable of learning 3 n2doc Apr 28 Sunday 10 299
Rare transit of Mercury to take place on 9 May 0 Jim__ Apr 28 Apr 28 4 239
SpaceX says it will fly a spacecraft to Mars as soon as 2018 3 TexasTowelie Apr 28 Apr 28 11 373
The giant lasers so powerful they can create an artificial STAR: Chilean instrument can cut through 1 Judi Lynn Apr 28 Apr 28 8 336
Plant protein behaves like a prion 0 HuckleB Apr 27 Apr 27 8 275
As Colombia Grows Safer, Tourists — Especially Bird Lovers — Flock Back 0 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 3 233
Heads up: intact skull sheds light on big, long-necked dinosaurs 1 nitpicker Apr 27 Apr 28 12 484
Rise in CO2 has 'greened Planet Earth' 0 nitpicker Apr 27 Apr 27 5 266
An Old World bird in a New World rainforest 2 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 11 411
James Webb's mirror is revealed 4 n2doc Apr 26 Apr 28 14 521
Titan’s great lakes appear to be filled with clear, colorless methane 12 n2doc Apr 26 Apr 28 22 750
Mars’ surface revealed in unprecedented detail 1 n2doc Apr 26 Apr 26 9 482
Hubble Discovers Moon Orbiting the Dwarf Planet Makemake 0 n2doc Apr 26 Apr 26 10 302
Despite their small brains ravens and crows are just as clever as chimps 31 n2doc Apr 26 Apr 27 38 828
Fire guts Delhi's natural history museum 2 nitpicker Apr 26 Apr 26 4 353
NASA’s Dawn probe may visit third asteroid after Ceres and Vesta 1 muriel_volestrangler Apr 25 Apr 25 5 288
Lyre bird imitates nature sounds; This Lyre bird lived next to a construction site! (video) 11 CoffeeCat Apr 25 Apr 25 16 567
NASA announced it is building an electric propulsion system to take us into deep space 6 progressoid Apr 25 Apr 26 4 505
Dragons out of the dark: Six new species of dragon millipedes discovered in Chinese caves 1 Judi Lynn Apr 25 Apr 25 3 312
City Moths Have Learned to Avoid Light, According to Study 0 Judi Lynn Apr 25 Apr 25 3 255
Archaeologists discover ancient mosaic with message: 'Be cheerful, enjoy your life' 13 Judi Lynn Apr 25 Friday 56 2504
Ancient burials revealed at mysterious Plain of Jars in Laos 1 Judi Lynn Apr 25 Apr 25 13 287
World’s Largest Dinosaurs Were Born Ready to Roam 0 Eugene Apr 24 Apr 24 4 381
Pluto’s ‘Halo’ Craters 0 Eugene Apr 24 Apr 24 11 347
Solar Impulse lands in California after Pacific crossing 0 nitpicker Apr 24 Apr 24 8 254
Discovery of 4,500-year-old female mummy sheds light on ancient Peru 1 Eugene Apr 23 Apr 23 7 358
Solar Impulse sets off for California after long lay-off 1 nitpicker Apr 23 Apr 23 11 412
China wants its own rover on Mars by 2020 0 Judi Lynn Apr 22 Apr 22 3 176
Huge never-before-seen lake spotted hiding under Antarctic ice 4 Judi Lynn Apr 22 Apr 23 28 620
Good news in Alaska - wild baby bison! 10 Blue_In_AK Apr 22 Apr 23 57 748
Huge coral reef discovered at Amazon river mouth 1 Eugene Apr 22 Apr 22 9 358
Evolution in action detected in Darwin's finches 4 n2doc Apr 22 Apr 22 8 307
Giant Zooplankton makes up 5% of Total marine biomass 0 n2doc Apr 22 Apr 22 6 175
NASA Marks Earth Day With #24/7 Celebration 1 LongTomH Apr 22 Apr 22 3 157
Hubble telescope captures giant star blowing bubbles into space 3 WhiteTara Apr 22 Apr 22 8 231
First gene therapy successful against human aging 6 Ichingcarpenter Apr 22 Apr 22 10 550
A 'Bubble' for Hubble: Iconic Telescope Snaps Spectacular Birthday Photo 8 Eugene Apr 21 Apr 25 45 1388
Scientists are studying what made Queen singer Freddie Mercury's voice so amazing and unique 6 n2doc Apr 21 Apr 22 8 518
Lone Planetary-Mass Object Found in Family of Stars 2 shenmue Apr 21 Apr 21 20 743
Virgin Galactic tests WhiteKnightTwo at spaceport 1 TexasTowelie Apr 21 Apr 21 2 218
Human Limbs May Have Evolved From Cartilaginous Fish Gills 3 IDemo Apr 20 Apr 21 12 760
Theodore von Kármán 1 NNadir Apr 18 Apr 18 1 435
Scientists make pancreatic cancer susceptible to failed drug 2 HuckleB Apr 18 Apr 21 11 436
A Question On Quantum Entanglement 1 mindwalker_i Apr 17 Apr 18 3 395
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