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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 12 10140
CERN's Large Hadron Collider getting major luminosity upgrade 13 Judi Lynn Yesterday 5 hrs ago 2 256
Child's remains, artifacts from oldest-known burial site in North America are from same era, study s 0 Ptah 8 hrs ago 8 hrs ago 4 300
CERES HAS EVEN MORE ORGANIC MOLECULES ON IT THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT 2 Judi Lynn Yesterday 13 hrs ago 12 508
This is the face of one of the rarest animals in Australia 1 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 6 669
Brockie: Citizen scientists, let's study clever sparrows 1 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 1 224
Trump to Chair National Space Council Meeting on Monday 4 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 2 322
Stephen Hawking's final paper bursts the multiverse bubble with a Holographic Universe theory 3 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 1 587
Explosive volcanoes spawned mysterious Martian rock formation 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 4 298
LONG SUSPECTED THEORY ABOUT THE MOON HOLDS WATER 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 6 578
Starwatch: time to look for noctilucent clouds at the edge of space 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 3 238
Dangerous, Golden 'Hair' Sprouts from Hawaii Volcano 8 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 24 1155
Some People Can Literally Feel The Violence They See on Screen - Here's How It Works 3 Judi Lynn Saturday Sunday 4 466
Weird Low-Light Bacteria Could Potentially Thrive on Mars 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 0 336
Space Weather Woman 4 orangecrush Saturday Saturday 2 444
720m Large Hadron Collider upgrade 'could upend particle physics' 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 14 723
New type of photosynthesis discovered 3 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 11 589
Fossils from Alcoota site shed more light on origins of gigantic, goose-like bird 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 7 492
"Tough" bacteria may enable people to breathe on Mars: researchers 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 4 355
Spiders Can Fly: This Is How And When They Take Off 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 5 387
Satellite image shows rain puddles in the world's largest contiguous sand desert 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 6 469
Stephen Hawking's words will be beamed into space 2 LongTomH Thursday Friday 6 349
Research shows diet shift of beluga whales in Alaska inlet 1 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 3 287
The physics and philosophy of time - roughly a 1 hour lecture by Carlo Rovelli. 1 Jim__ Friday Friday 2 319
Thanks to People, Many Animals Become Nocturnal 4 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 9 461
Bumblebees use perfume patterns to tell flowers apart 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 2 318
Why this volcano in Ecuador sounds like it's breathing 5 Judi Lynn Wednesday Thursday 3 241
The perils of paradise: an endangered species conserved on an island loses antipredator ... 2 sl8 Wednesday Thursday 6 516
Five new species of snail-sucking snakes discovered 2 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 5 325
NASA's Jonathan Rall: Opportunity is stuck in the "worst dust storm we have ever seen" on Mars 5 mahatmakanejeeves Wednesday Thursday 5 408
Scientists Discover 3 Baby Planets Around A New Star That Is 1,000 Times Younger Than The Sun 3 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 279
Africa's strangest trees are stranger than thought--and they're dying mysteriously 5 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Wednesday 17 666
ANCIENT INCAN CIVILIZATION SKULL SURGERIES WERE SO ADVANCED IT TOOK OTHERS CENTURIES TO CATCH UP 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 6 412
Drug-free bandage heals diabetic wounds faster 4 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Tuesday 11 399
Mysterious 'Puffy' Objects Lurk Near the Milky Way's Monster Black Hole 5 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Tuesday 5 632
Can Turning Air into Gasoline Really Reverse Climate Change? 4 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Tuesday 3 414
First tetrapods of Africa lived within the Devonian Antarctic Circle 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 7 446
The providence petrel is the sweetest seabird 0 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Jun 11 5 263
'Hobbit' Shrimp with Hairy Feet Discovered Living Inside Hole in Sea Squirt 0 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Jun 11 2 344
Scientists weigh up deep-sea microbes at volcanos 0 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Jun 11 4 201
Detection of Diamond Dust Around Distant Stars Solves Decades-Long Mystery 0 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Jun 11 3 318
Rare river sinkhole created whirlpool, led to man's death 3 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Jun 11 3 526
Huge Dust Storm on Mars Hits NASA's Opportunity Rover 2 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Jun 11 7 428
Mysterious masses of seaweed assault Caribbean islands 0 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Jun 11 5 268
1 Million Habitable Planets Could (Theoretically) Orbit a Black Hole. Here's How 1 Judi Lynn Jun 11 Jun 11 4 420
Archaeologists find new mass child sacrifice site in Peru 0 Judi Lynn Jun 10 Jun 10 4 431
Remarkable skill of ancient Peru's cranial surgeons 1 Judi Lynn Jun 10 Jun 10 3 263
European Space Agency boss warns EU of rival agency risks 0 Judi Lynn Jun 10 Jun 10 3 226
NASA's New Horizons Wakes Up To Explore Primitive World Beyond Pluto: What Is Ultima Thule? 3 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 10 13 447
Why a Squirrel Stashed 50 Pounds of Pine Cones in a Car 6 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 9 720
Rare white magpie sighting delights South Australian birdwatchers 2 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 3 406
Brazil Begins Talks to Allow U.S. Satellite Launch From Alcantara Base 0 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 2 271
Neuroscientists Accidentally Discovered a Whole New Role For The Cerebellum 1 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 19 782
Study looks at why we hear talking as singing after many repetitions 1 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 1 343
Coral IVF May Save Great Barrier Reef From Dying: Here's How It Works 1 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 9 243
Here's The Mind-Boggling Reason The Periodic Table Doesn't Seem to Have an End 0 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 7 520
Women perceive men who flaunt their wealth as unsuitable long-term partners 3 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 3 322
Bad news becomes become increasingly negative and inaccurate when passed from person to person 1 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 4 233
Computational neuroscientists create a virtual brain to find insights into memory deficits in depres 0 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 2 239
The oldest animal-track fossil ever found was made by a tiny, crabby creature 5 Judi Lynn Jun 6 Jun 9 3 363
Bees May Understand Zero, a Concept That Took Humans Millennia to Grasp 3 Judi Lynn Jun 8 Jun 9 3 521
Jupiter's Lightning Is More Earth-Like Than We Thought 0 Judi Lynn Jun 8 Jun 8 3 334
Amendment to fund restarting the Office of Technology Assessment fails in House vote 0 mahatmakanejeeves Jun 8 Jun 8 3 333
Some 1,600 Volcanoes Have Eruptive Potential in the World 5 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 8 6 373
These Are the Oldest Known Footprints on the Planet 1 jpak Jun 8 Jun 8 9 549
Background levels of methane in Mars' atmosphere show strong seasonal variations 0 jpak Jun 8 Jun 8 2 195
A Deadly, Contagious Human Brain Protein Was Just Made in The Lab For The First Time 3 Judi Lynn Jun 6 Jun 7 4 439
Juno Spacecraft to Orbit Jupiter Three More Years 1 TexasTowelie Jun 7 Jun 7 9 318
Animals are always talking to each other, scientific review finds 11 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 4 752
NASA's Curiosity rover discovers that methane on Mars changes with the seasons 2 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 6 303
If real, dark fusion could help demystify this physics puzzle 0 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 5 400
Curiosity Rover Finds Ancient 'Building Blocks for Life' on Mars 0 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 8 340
What Has NASA's Curiosity Found on Mars? We'll Find Out Today! 2 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 2 431
Scientists spot powerful radiation coming from deep in space 1 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 4 503
"Mind-boggling" Stanford research turns human blood cells into functional neurons 1 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 7 425
Experimental drone uses AI to spot violence in crowds 1 Judi Lynn Jun 6 Jun 7 0 177
Scientists design a molecular insulator that may make computer chips smaller 1 Judi Lynn Jun 6 Jun 7 2 203
Star Trek-style medical device uses laser beams to diagnose illness 3 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 6 349
Tumultuous galaxy mergers better at switching on black holes 1 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 1 187
We May Have Been Wrong About What Kills Brain Cells in Alzheimer's Disease 1 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 9 750
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