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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 10 7960
The inherent difficulty of Science 14 Electric Monk 11 hrs ago 1 min ago 22 570
New species of snake found in Bahamas 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 9 295
NASA Slowly Inflating New Room at Space Station on 2nd Try 3 Eugene Saturday Saturday 9 205
World's largest sea sponge found in Hawaii waters - size of a minivan 8 muriel_volestrangler Saturday 23 hrs ago 22 595
DNA 'tape recorder' to trace cell history 0 nitpicker Saturday Saturday 10 176
Space probe confirms chemicals of life in comet's halo 5 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 16 288
SpaceX trying another launch/landing with Thaicom8 in an hour. 3 edbermac Thursday Friday 4 248
Genius by Stephen Hawking - 6 episode series 4 PunkinPi Thursday Thursday 4 221
Neanderthals Built Mystery Cave Rings 175,000 Years Ago 3 Ichingcarpenter Thursday Sunday 16 358
NASA TV live broadcast inflation of Bigelow module Thursday 11 bananas Wednesday Saturday 10 384
Chicxulub 'Dinosaur crater' drill project success 4 hunter Wednesday Thursday 10 247
Evolutionary engineer Frances Arnold wins €1m tech prize 0 nitpicker Wednesday Wednesday 4 232
A New APS Journal Begins -- Editorial: Introducing Physical Review Fluids 0 xocet Tuesday Tuesday 5 178
Ancient pottery harbors 5,000-year-old beer recipe 8 n2doc May 23 Thursday 31 1264
India launches mini space shuttle 1 nitpicker May 23 Thursday 5 299
An Incredibly Rare Bird Has Been Rediscovered in Brazil 7 Judi Lynn May 22 Saturday 8 338
Solar Impulse aeroplane reaches Ohio 0 nitpicker May 22 May 22 3 197
Endangered venomous mammal predates dinosaurs' extinction, study confirms 4 Judi Lynn May 21 May 22 17 438
Is Mount Chimborazo In Ecuador The Tallest Mountain In The World? 12 Judi Lynn May 21 Tuesday 9 415
Landowners damage archeological site 1 Judi Lynn May 21 May 23 10 425
Rapid rise of the Mesozoic sea dragons 0 Judi Lynn May 21 May 21 7 235
World Archaeological Experts Fascinated By Sungai Batu Ancient Site 1 Judi Lynn May 21 May 21 17 510
Archaeologists uncover 13,000-year-old bones of ancient, extinct species of bison at Old Vero Man si 1 Judi Lynn May 21 May 21 8 283
Ancient species reveals Tibetan origins of ice age mountain sheep 0 Judi Lynn May 21 May 21 3 147
Humans are still evolving—and we can watch it happen 6 Judi Lynn May 21 1 hr ago 10 513
Want Humans on Mars? Start With a Martian Space Station. 6 OKIsItJustMe May 20 May 21 4 360
OK that new horned dinosaur found is a freak 5 Ichingcarpenter May 20 May 20 13 1097
Hubble Telescope Captures Incredible Up-Close View of Mars 6 Ichingcarpenter May 20 May 20 8 435
Robo-bee: miniature robot perches like an insect 1 nitpicker May 20 May 20 5 336
Martian Weather Forecast: Dusty 1 LongTomH May 19 May 19 4 209
Traces of Ancient Mega-Tsunamis Discovered on Mars 1 LongTomH May 19 May 20 10 323
New Horizons Space Probe Delivers First Images of an Icy World Since Pluto Flyby 0 Eugene May 18 May 18 11 271
New horned dinosaur species discovered in Montana by amateur 0 HuckleB May 18 May 18 6 209
A new pair of lenses for the Mayall 0 Ptah May 18 May 18 6 186
From NASA: Europa's Ocean May Have An Earthlike Chemical Balance 3 Ichingcarpenter May 18 May 18 20 551
Life forms 'went large' a billion years ago 3 nitpicker May 18 May 18 5 353
How is this possible? Mysterious microbe is missing mitochondria 1 n2doc May 17 May 17 12 430
This scientist just changed how we think about climate change with one GIF 47 eridani May 17 May 19 175 6390
Earth was hit by massive 19 mile-wide asteroid more than 3 billion years ago that caused cliffs... 3 Eugene May 16 22 hrs ago 11 584
International Space Station Makes 100,000th Orbit of Earth 0 Eugene May 16 May 16 4 179
New method of producing random numbers could improve cybersecurity 3 Jim__ May 16 May 17 4 308
Andre Brahic, discoverer of Neptune's rings, dies 1 Eugene May 15 May 16 10 264
GIf Space X Falcon 9 rocket heads back to the cape on its trailer 2 Ichingcarpenter May 15 May 16 6 483
Top scientists hold closed meeting to discuss building a human genome from scratch 5 IDemo May 15 May 17 8 422
Dog Fossil Represents New Species of 'Bone Crusher' 0 Eugene May 14 May 14 6 284
Site in Florida Confirms Pre-Clovis Peopling of the Americas 14,550 years ago. 11 Ichingcarpenter May 14 May 14 37 852
Researchers can now watch human evolution unfold 2 eridani May 14 May 14 10 418
Infrared Camera Captures the Eruption of Costa Rica's Turrialba Volcano 2 Judi Lynn May 13 May 14 8 300
ISS and Mercury Too 0 Ptah May 13 May 13 9 183
Did you realize that these sci-fi-technologies already exist as prototypes? 2 DetlefK May 13 May 14 5 726
Cryosat spacecraft's ice vision is boosted 0 nitpicker May 13 May 13 3 192
$40 million to establish early-universe observatory in Chile 1 Judi Lynn May 12 May 12 8 210
Skeleton Lake Explained. 7 byronius May 12 May 15 14 783
Swarm Intelligence Picks Kentucky Derby Superfecta 0 Eugene May 12 May 12 3 245
Axe fragment found in Australia 'world's oldest' 0 WhiteTara May 11 May 11 6 312
SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule splashes down in Pacific Ocean 1 Eugene May 11 May 13 5 233
Flying Observatory Detects Atomic Oxygen in Martian Atmosphere 2 Eugene May 10 May 11 7 288
Earth's Thin Early Atmosphere Revealed in Bubbles 0 Eugene May 10 May 10 4 201
Kepler telescope discovers 100 Earth-sized planets 1 Eugene May 10 May 10 11 269
Pluto's Moon (Hydra) Coated in Nearly Pure Water Ice 1 Eugene May 9 May 10 10 409
Mercury rising: Astronomers gear up for planetary alignment 4 Judi Lynn May 9 May 9 8 461
Britons still live in Anglo-Saxon tribal kingdoms, Oxford University finds 2 Sancho May 8 May 8 11 488
NOAA Live Video Streams Reveal Secrets Of Mariana Trench 1 Judi Lynn May 8 May 8 8 330
Earthquake swarm detected beneath Mount St. Helens 9 Eugene May 8 May 11 26 942
Bright dusty galaxies are hiding secret companions 0 Eugene May 8 May 8 9 271
Solar wind around Pluto is 'unlike anything seen in the solar system': Space weather unlocks more... 1 Eugene May 7 May 13 10 415
Nailed it: scientists describe weird ancient hammerhead reptile 1 Judi Lynn May 6 May 8 7 336
World's Longest Insect Is Two Feet Long 8 Judi Lynn May 6 May 13 15 578
Pakistan treating 2 brothers who become paralyzed each night 1 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 7 362
SpaceX just nailed another barge landing! 3 edbermac May 6 May 7 12 456
San Andreas fault 'locked, loaded and ready to roll' with big earthquake, expert says 6 Eugene May 5 May 7 10 569
The oldest crystal on Earth: Scientists say zircon formed in the craters left by violent asteroid im 0 Judi Lynn May 4 May 4 7 376
Eta Aquarid meteor shower reaches peak activity this week 1 Judi Lynn May 4 May 5 3 258
Archaeologists may have solved mystery of Peru's 'band of holes' 1 Judi Lynn May 4 May 5 13 569
There are some who say that astronomy has no practical value for ordinary people. 2 Ptah May 3 May 4 19 464
Nine years of censorship 1 n2doc May 3 May 3 19 466
New Paradigms for SETI: Cosmic Archeology 3 LongTomH May 3 May 5 13 386
What we learned about online nonprobability polls 1 Mosby May 3 May 3 6 300
Scientists hit pay dirt in drilling of dinosaur-killing impact crater 2 Judi Lynn May 3 May 3 36 773
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