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Scientists Catch Star And Possible Black Hole In A Rapid, Dangerous Dance 3 TexasTowelie Mar 14 Mar 16 5 580
Dark Matter Was Minor Ingredient Of Galaxies In Early Universe 1 Judi Lynn Mar 16 Mar 16 4 623
'Oldest plants on Earth' discovered 3 nitpicker Mar 14 Mar 15 7 794
Happy Pi Day (3/14) but Pi is still wrong. 10 pokerfan Mar 14 Mar 14 1 1090
Could Mysterious Cosmic Light Flashes Be Powering Alien Spacecraft? 15 Judi Lynn Mar 11 Mar 13 8 972
Low level of oxygen in Earth's middle ages delayed evolution for two billion years 3 Judi Lynn Mar 12 Mar 12 9 1294
When Calif. builders dig, paleontologists are there to bag the fossils even whales 2 Judi Lynn Mar 11 Mar 12 7 1441
How Did Fish Evolve To Walk On Land? They Used Their Eyes First, Says Study 3 Judi Lynn Mar 11 Mar 12 7 1058
Hubble finds young super star cluster, giant star 0 Judi Lynn Mar 11 Mar 11 11 707
Archaeologists Unearth Impressive Rock Art Carved In 4,000-Year-Old Tomb 0 Judi Lynn Mar 11 Mar 11 11 1758
The Race to Find Viagra for the Brain 0 applegrove Mar 11 Mar 11 2 863
Scientists grow potato under Mars-like conditions in Peru 3 Judi Lynn Mar 11 Mar 11 5 785
Video captures moment plastic enters food chain 2 nitpicker Mar 11 Mar 11 4 593
Has the Large Hadron Collider Disproved the Existence of Ghosts? 11 progressoid Feb 20 Mar 11 9 1728
Scientists Store an Operating System, a Movie and a Computer Virus on DNA 2 Renew Deal Mar 10 Mar 10 3 494
Visiting physician sheds new light on Lyme disease. 6 elleng Jan 2017 Mar 10 19 2468
NOAA ROV dives from now to Mar 29 4 shireen Mar 9 Mar 9 8 405
George A. Olah, who won Nobel Prize in chemistry, dies at 89 0 Eugene Mar 9 Mar 9 4 267
Discovery of widespread platinum may help solve Clovis people mystery 1 Jim__ Mar 9 Mar 9 4 4414
The Quest to Crystallize Time 2 n2doc Mar 9 Mar 9 3 432
Distant galaxy yields evidence of the earliest generation of stars 0 TexasTowelie Mar 9 Mar 9 1 289
ISS to house Cold Air Labratory for extreme temperature atomic research 0 TexasTowelie Mar 9 Mar 9 2 230
Pooping in space: An Air Force colonel's genius solution 2 nitpicker Mar 8 Mar 9 5 753
Gravitational waves pioneer Ronald Drever dies 0 nitpicker Mar 9 Mar 9 1 368
a little science fiction: 42 Hours of Ambient Sounds 6 HAB911 Mar 8 Mar 8 3 769
What do you think about this idea: Reality is a Simulation 29 sagesnow Feb 28 Mar 8 7 1441
Mexicos Maya could predict hurricanes 11 Judi Lynn Mar 2 Mar 7 24 2456
Sentinel satellite launched to picture Planet Earth 0 nitpicker Mar 7 Mar 7 4 282
Make the world flat again! 1 groovedaddy Mar 6 Mar 6 4 1855
Giant Prehistoric Penguins Evolved During the Dinosaur Age 4 Judi Lynn Mar 5 Mar 6 5 2419
DNA clues to why woolly mammoth died out 10 nitpicker Mar 3 Mar 6 15 997
Nasa's naming call for new planets 4 nitpicker Mar 5 Mar 5 1 549
Subaru Telescope Releases Image Data to Public 1 TexasTowelie Mar 3 Mar 4 7 682
Albatrosses spend 50 years together 9 Judi Lynn Feb 27 Mar 4 15 2488
Volcano expert and guide survive falling into active Nicaraguan crater 1 Judi Lynn Feb 23 Mar 4 5 1042
De-Extinction. I'm listening to a BBC Radio piece about bringing extinct species back... 1 TreasonousBastard Mar 3 Mar 3 11 832
There She Blows! Italy's Mount Etna Erupts 5 Judi Lynn Feb 28 Mar 2 38 2965
'Best ever' view of what a dinosaur really looked like 8 nitpicker Mar 1 Mar 2 7 1351
Mysteries of elephant sleep revealed 1 Judi Lynn Mar 2 Mar 2 8 1053
Juno Spacecraft Is Rewriting What We Know About Jupiter 2 TexasTowelie Mar 2 Mar 2 25 2456
Huge Large Hadron Collider experiment gets 'heart transplant' 0 nitpicker Mar 2 Mar 2 4 987
Evidence for early life in Earths oldest hydrothermal vent precipitates 2 Buckeye_Democrat Mar 1 Mar 2 2 869
Tune your radio: Galaxies sing when forming stars 2 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Mar 2 2 1005
An Elevator to Space: Markus Landgraf at TEDxRheinMain 3 LongTomH Feb 26 Mar 1 4 828
Hidden figures no more: female Nasa staff to be immortalised in Lego 0 n2doc Mar 1 Mar 1 7 793
Bacteria Are New Focus of Space Research 0 mahatmakanejeeves Feb 28 Feb 28 3 719
World's Only Sample Of Metallic Hydrogen Disappears In Lab 6 Eugene Feb 26 Feb 28 5 1353
NASA Scientists Have Proposed a New Definition of Planets, and Pluto Could Soon Be Back 10 Eugene Feb 20 Feb 26 4 1141
Closing in on launch: NASAs gold-mirrored, $8 billion Webb Space Telescope 1 TexasTowelie Feb 26 Feb 26 8 842
Astronomers discover 7 Earth-like planets orbiting nearby star 13 n2doc Feb 22 Feb 23 16 1358
Astronomers explain unusual dune-like patterns on comet 67P 1 TexasTowelie Feb 23 Feb 23 4 1092
NASA's audacious Europa missions are getting closer to reality 3 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 22 6 824
New metamaterial is proved to be the world's first to achieve the performance predicted by theoretic 1 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 22 11 1135
Morocco Might Be Part of NASAs Major Discovery 1 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 21 7 1239
Tiny new frog species found in India 0 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 21 3 975
Brightest neutron star yet has a multipolar magnetic field 0 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 21 5 700
The mystery of hissing meteors 1 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 21 4 531
Mars Life Could Lurk Within These Salty Streaks 0 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 21 8 547
Hear This: Scientists Regrow Sound-Sensing Cells 0 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 21 4 739
Researchers Design Facial Recognition System for Lemurs 0 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 21 2 664
Humans are hard-wired to follow the path of least resistance 0 Jim__ Feb 21 Feb 21 1 963
BIOLOGISTS FIND WEIRD CAVE LIFE THAT MAY BE 50,000 YEARS OLD 4 Judi Lynn Feb 17 Feb 21 13 958
The expansion of the Universe 0 PJMcK Feb 21 Feb 21 5 1072
Japan has just invented Robo-bees that can legitimately pollinate the earth 3 WillParkinson Feb 18 Feb 20 13 814
Memory Editing Technology Will Give Us Perfect Recall and Let Us Alter Memories at Will 6 HAB911 Feb 20 Feb 20 2 975
AAAS chief puts weight behind protest march 0 nitpicker Feb 20 Feb 20 2 759
Ice-locked ship to drift over North Pole 0 nitpicker Feb 20 Feb 20 10 1062
Earth Has a Hidden 8th Continent 9 Judi Lynn Feb 17 Feb 19 6 1304
NASA discovers life's building blocks on dwarf planet Ceres! 1 Judi Lynn Feb 19 Feb 19 5 1202
Gravity probe exceeds performance goals 0 nitpicker Feb 19 Feb 19 8 845
Stunning Scenes Dazzle in Underwater Images (Photos) 1 Judi Lynn Feb 18 Feb 18 6 936
'Draconian' Trump gag on scientists could affect legislation, experts warn 1 Eugene Feb 16 Feb 17 7 495
Can Woolly Mammoths Be Brought Back To Life? 3 HAB911 Feb 17 Feb 17 3 597
Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 0 HAB911 Feb 17 Feb 17 7 767
Trump's New "Science" Pal: Robert F. Kennedy Junior. 1 NNadir Feb 17 Feb 17 4 648
NASA, heeding Trump, may add astronauts to a test flight moon mission 4 Eugene Feb 16 Feb 17 4 620
Zealandia: Is there an eighth continent under New Zealand? 5 muriel_volestrangler Feb 17 Feb 17 4 756
Rush Holt Speaks Up For Scientists. 1 NNadir Feb 16 Feb 17 5 548
Early brain development in infants at high risk for autism spectrum disorder 0 progressoid Feb 17 Feb 17 4 637
Why Scientists Think Earth's Magnetic Poles Are About to Flip 8 TexasTowelie Feb 7 Feb 17 23 1833
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