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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 18 40016
One week til the first pics from the James Webb space telecope! 1 lastlib 6 hrs ago 6 hrs ago 6 199
Ukrainian mathematician becomes second woman to win prestigious Fields Medal 0 NNadir 11 hrs ago 11 hrs ago 5 221
NASA's tiny CAPSTONE probe goes silent on its way to the moon 0 nitpicker 15 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 5 300
I have a question that I can't find the answer on the google machine about percentages.. 14 mitch96 21 hrs ago 17 hrs ago 0 487
Photonic Quantum Computer Claims Speedup "Advantage" (36 microseconds vs 9,000 years) 5 sl8 Yesterday 21 hrs ago 4 485
Rare Wild Ancestors Of Feral Pigeons Found Living On British And Irish Islands 5 Judi Lynn Sunday 22 hrs ago 8 429
Wild Bats Can Recognize a Phone's Ringtone Four Years Later 5 Judi Lynn Sunday Monday 12 513
The Webb telescope just took the deepest photo of the universe ever 7 Judi Lynn Sunday Monday 19 816
The hawk has landed: braking mid-air to prioritize safety over energy or speed 5 Judi Lynn Sunday Monday 11 581
Realistic AI girlfriends are around the corner 5 YoshidaYui Thursday Monday 1 667
20 Turtles You Won't Believe Actually Exist 2 IronLionZion Sunday Sunday 8 583
What Causes Swaths of the Ocean to Glow a Magnificent Milky Green? 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 5 331
Two-Million-Year-Old Fossils Found on Greek Island of Lesvos 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 4 471
Climate: Even briefly overshooting 2C will cause permanent damage 2 AZProgressive Sunday Sunday 7 287
Scientists discovered a terrifying new species of hairy crab in Western Australia 4 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 6 651
Engineers Design Motorless Sailplanes For Mars Exploration 2 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 3 390
Scientists Finally Reveal the Unusual Shape of the Universe! 3 catbyte Saturday Sunday 8 1013
Secrets of the Moon's Permanent Shadows Are Coming to Light 2 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 11 484
Swarm of Tiny Swimming Robots Could Look for Life on Distant Worlds 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 3 224
Feathers May Have Been Key to Dinosaurs Taking Over Earth 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 6 463
Nearly 1,000 Microbe Species Have Just Been Discovered in 'Extreme' Tibetan Glaciers 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 5 290
1.7-Billion-Year-Old Chunk of North America Found Sticking to Australia. 7 elleng Wednesday Wednesday 10 736
Watch NASA's CAPSTONE cubesat launch to the moon Tuesday to test unique lunar orbit 2 Judi Lynn Jun 28 Wednesday 5 279
Rare 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' star survives death by supernova, returns stronger and brighter 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 2 456
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope mission: Live updates 5 Judi Lynn Jun 28 Jun 28 16 621
Can matter be created from light? 13 Qutzupalotl Jun 27 Jun 28 2 595
Reinventing the airship for the 2020s 5 Jilly_in_VA Jun 26 Jun 26 5 576
How climate change makes hurricanes worse 0 YoshidaYui Jun 25 Jun 25 5 301
Remarkably enhanced direct dissolution of plutonium oxide in task-specific ionic liquid 3 NNadir Jun 24 Jun 25 1 366
The string theory. 2 edbermac Jun 25 Jun 25 4 587
reasons to science- a small distraction from the news. 1 mopinko Jun 24 Jun 24 7 397
The tiny mites that have sex on our faces have a problem. 2 ShazzieB Jun 24 Jun 24 10 1074
I have funds to buy reagents, but not remedies 0 NNadir Jun 23 Jun 23 3 420
Record bacterium discovered as long as human eyelash 0 muriel_volestrangler Jun 23 Jun 23 6 502
Oldest species of tree-climbing reptile discovered in New Mexico 1 Judi Lynn Jun 22 Jun 22 13 646
Largest freshwater fish ever caught hooked in Cambodia 4 Jilly_in_VA Jun 20 Jun 21 10 926
An incredibly detailed map of Psyche shows the asteroid has a very eventful history 2 Judi Lynn Jun 20 Jun 21 4 313
This message was self-deleted by its author 0 Judi Lynn Jun 20 Jun 20 1 332
Wildfire reaches Kitt Peak. Telescopes safe (earthsky.org) 2 eppur_se_muova Jun 19 Jun 20 6 515
Queen of the corvids: the scientist fighting to save the world's brainiest birds 1 Judi Lynn Jun 19 Jun 19 5 613
A Startling Technique: Solution Phase NMR of Live Single Cells for Metabolic Studies. 1 NNadir Jun 19 Jun 19 5 544
Scientists harness light therapy to target and kill cancer cells in world first 10 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 50 2057
Gaia probe reveals stellar DNA and unexpected 'starquakes' 2 Judi Lynn Jun 14 Jun 18 2 387
A nice statement of the complexity of the task that went into saving our lives. 2 NNadir Jun 18 Jun 18 6 570
A population of polar bears in Greenland is adapting to a life without sea ice 2 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 6 439
These miniature frogs have lost the ability to leap straight because they're just too tiny 3 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 9 616
Scientists find remains of cannibalized baby planets in Jupiter's cloud-covered belly 4 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 17 1012
A 'Very Exciting' Anomaly Detected in Major Experiment Could Be Huge News For Physics 1 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 10 880
Fastest-growing black hole may have been discovered by astronomers - BBC News 3 TexasTowelie Jun 16 Jun 18 5 541
This message was self-deleted by its author 0 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 0 131
OVER 400 MILLION YEARS AGO, GIANT MUSHROOMS COVERED THE EARTH 4 Judi Lynn Jun 16 Jun 16 19 1308
This tarantula keeps a small frog as a "pet" to eat insects that eat the spider's eggs (Twitter) 0 zuul Jun 15 Jun 15 20 996
Looks like Randall Munroe has restarted his "What if?" column again! 1 krispos42 Jun 15 Jun 15 6 638
US supercomputer breaks exascale barrier 6 NNadir Jun 14 Jun 15 9 808
Discovery of 'hidden world' under Antarctic ice has scientists 'jumping for joy' 13 Judi Lynn Jun 13 Jun 14 41 1798
Monkeys favour music over screen time, say researchers 0 Judi Lynn Jun 14 Jun 14 1 504
This message was self-deleted by its author 0 Judi Lynn Jun 14 Jun 14 0 114
Scientists grew living human skin around a robotic finger 6 icymist Jun 12 Jun 13 4 684
One in 500 men carry extra sex chromosome, research suggests 3 cbabe Jun 11 Jun 13 4 660
Bitch: "Try explaining the need to be passive to a female... 3 NNadir Jun 12 Jun 12 12 1105
The Nepalese Honey That Makes People Hallucinate 3 YoshidaYui Jun 12 Jun 12 3 718
The Battle Over Psychedelic Therapy's Future 0 YoshidaYui Jun 12 Jun 12 1 527
We've had "dark matter," the "dark web" and now, (gasp) "The Dark Proteome." 1 NNadir Jun 11 Jun 11 3 834
Beautiful defective cages. 1 NNadir Jun 11 Jun 11 2 616
The Earth moves far under our feet: A new study shows that the inner core oscillates 0 Jim__ Jun 10 Jun 10 10 594
Our entire civilisation depends on animals. It's time we recognised their true value 3 AZProgressive Jun 10 Jun 10 6 427
Humans aren't the only species that allows non-relatives to help raise children. 0 mahatmakanejeeves Jun 10 Jun 10 6 570
NASA inspector general issues a scathing report on moon effort 1 Eugene Jun 9 Jun 9 3 483
One tree or two? Genes confirm Iban traditional knowledge in Borneo 0 NNadir Jun 9 Jun 9 4 579
A New Mystery Signal Is Repeating From a Distant Galaxy, And It's a Weird One 9 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 22 1660
James Webb Space Telescope suffers 1st noticeable micrometeoroid impact just months into flight 2 Eugene Jun 8 Jun 9 2 750
Swarms of Crab-Like Creatures Found in River 1,600ft Beneath Antarctic Ice 0 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 17 884
Why Scientists Are Turning Molecules Into Music 0 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 3 531
What Are Scientists Learning About the Deepest Diving Creatures in the Ocean? 0 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 5 573
Mary Boas. 8 NNadir May 24 Jun 6 7 910
Nanostructured fibers can impersonate human muscles 1 sl8 Jun 4 Jun 6 8 637
Chimpanzees have their own language -- and scientists just learned how they put "words" together 7 Judi Lynn May 23 Jun 4 16 1092
First Images From NASA's Webb Space Telescope Coming Soon 2 ornotna Jun 3 Jun 4 12 669
This message was self-deleted by its author 2 YoshidaYui May 30 Jun 4 3 686
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