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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 12 10246
The smallest teeny tiny creatures can be the scariest... 11 pbmus 3 hrs ago 1 hr ago 1 454
First snake found in amber is a baby from the age of the dinosaurs 4 Judi Lynn 16 hrs ago 12 hrs ago 14 799
Move over, Hubble. This sharp pic of Neptune was taken from Earth 4 Judi Lynn 16 hrs ago 4 hrs ago 30 1436
Grasslands may trump forests at carbon storage in a warming world 2 Judi Lynn 16 hrs ago 2 hrs ago 2 127
Mammals Moonlight Around Human Settlements 0 Judi Lynn 16 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 4 305
Younger children tend to make more informed decisions 2 Judi Lynn 16 hrs ago 10 hrs ago 6 290
Inhalable viruses show promise as a better way to treat lung infections 0 Judi Lynn 17 hrs ago 17 hrs ago 3 118
NASA new mini satellite to peer into Milky Way's halo 0 Judi Lynn 17 hrs ago 17 hrs ago 3 121
BEATING THE BULLIES BY THINKING DIFFERENTLY 5 Judi Lynn 17 hrs ago 7 hrs ago 2 390
Never-Before-Seen Structures Have Been Detected in Our Sun's Corona 1 Judi Lynn 17 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 6 401
Welcome to the Meghalayan Age - a new phase in history 1 muriel_volestrangler Yesterday Yesterday 5 612
5,500-Year-Old Megalithic Tomb Discovered In Ireland Heralded As "The Find Of A Lifetime" 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 18 747
Lost society hidden in Ecuador's 'pristine' cloud forest 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 8 257
A New Species Of Venomous Snake Has Been Discovered In Australia 8 Judi Lynn Tuesday Yesterday 7 514
Ten new moons--including one 'oddball'--discovered around Jupiter 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 6 289
If You Detonated a Nuclear Bomb In The Marianas Trench (Just Fantasy, not science!) 5 yuiyoshida Tuesday 13 hrs ago 5 516
How magnetized wire can detect cancer cells in your blood 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 9 525
World's oldest bread is over 14,000 years old and predates farming 7 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 12 490
ESO observatory plans public solar eclipse event 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 5 159
Archaeologists and astronomers solve the mystery of Chile's Stonehenge 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 7 281
Lift-off for Scotland: Sutherland to host first UK spaceport 4 Judi Lynn Monday Yesterday 3 293
Rainbow lorikeets, gliders and cockatoos call man-made hollows home 4 Judi Lynn Saturday Sunday 11 472
Thai Cave Rescuer Explains Why Elon Musk's Rescue Idea Wouldn't Have Worked 7 Judi Lynn Saturday Sunday 0 603
Astronauts explain why nobody has visited the moon in more than 45 years -- and the reasons are depre 7 Judi Lynn Saturday Sunday 0 1209
Mice Don't Know When to Let It Go, Either. 1 elleng Saturday Saturday 2 632
Ancient tablet of Odyssey epic discovered in Greece 3 sl8 Saturday Sunday 10 602
Will We Ever Stop Using Rockets to Get to Space? 9 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 5 686
Children With Autism Have Brains That Fold Differently to Everybody Else's 3 Judi Lynn Saturday Sunday 12 651
Kepler Telescope Has Entered Hibernation Mode to Download Data Before Its Final Mission 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 6 706
Early robot tech 1 Cartoonist Saturday Saturday 3 322
Sir David Attenborough polar ship set for launch 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Monday 6 258
Good News, Eating Oranges Helps Prevent The Onset of Age-Related Vision Loss 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 11 443
NASA Captures Images Of Crawling 'Spiders' On Mars 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 7 591
BREAKING: We Finally Know Where High-Energy "Ghost Particles" Are Coming From 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 15 734
What is a blazar? Its high-energy flares could unlock the foundations of the universe 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 5 243
Rare Double Asteroid Revealed by NASA, Observatories 2 Mrs. Overall Thursday Tuesday 18 2142
The High Molecular Diversity of Extraterrestrial Organic Matter in the Murchinson Meteorite. 4 NNadir Jul 11 Jul 11 5 512
Whoops! NASA burned best evidence for life on Mars 40 years ago 14 Judi Lynn Jul 10 Saturday 4 880
Fingerprint of ancient abrupt climate change (Younger Dryas) found in Arctic 2 muriel_volestrangler Jul 10 Jul 10 9 477
Scientists discover world's oldest colors 3 TexasTowelie Jul 10 Jul 10 26 1026
The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week 0 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 8 5 518
Scientists defy 'force of nature' to unlock secrets of Hawaii volcano 0 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 8 2 336
Brockie: The hideous side of Hans Asperger 2 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 8 2 637
Chinese researchers develop ultra-thin sensor that makes fast inflammation testing 0 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 8 2 285
India Moving Toward Human Spaceflight Program 0 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 8 2 191
10 of the strangest exoplanets in the universe 1 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 8 3 362
Jupiter's aurorae put the Earth's to shame 0 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 8 2 262
Will dust prevent us living on the Moon? 1 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 8 2 317
Airbus tapped to design Fetch Mars rover 0 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 8 1 214
INSTEAD OF BUILDING SINGLE MONSTER SCOPES LIKE JAMES WEBB, WHAT ABOUT SWARMS OF SPACE TELESCOPES WOR 2 Judi Lynn Jul 8 Jul 9 6 289
Bringing back the Polio virus to cure brain cancer. 1 NNadir Jul 8 Jul 8 12 594
Strange geologic activity under New England surprises scientists 10 Judi Lynn Jul 7 Jul 8 11 826
Traces of 'Sonic Boom' Meteorites Found in the Ocean 0 Judi Lynn Jul 6 Jul 6 6 519
Neutron Star 4,200 Light-Years Away Proves Einstein's Gravity Principle Is Correct 2 Judi Lynn Jul 6 Jul 6 4 430
Psychology: Puppies learn from dogs and humans 1 Judi Lynn Jul 6 Jul 7 4 410
Kate Becker: Digging deep for ancient dark matter 0 Judi Lynn Jul 6 Jul 6 2 242
Spiders can "fly" on electric fields: study 3 Judi Lynn Jul 6 Jul 6 2 360
Dogs native to America were wiped out by Eurasian dogs 5 Judi Lynn Jul 5 Jul 5 12 742
Two 4,500-Year-Old Homes Found Near Giza Pyramids 0 Judi Lynn Jul 5 Jul 5 6 867
Embryo breakthrough 'can save northern white rhino' 4 Judi Lynn Jul 4 Jul 4 13 399
Forty years and still going strong 3 sl8 Jul 4 Jul 4 18 683
Those 'Sonic Attack' Victims Are Actually Experiencing Mass Hysteria, Expert Claims 6 Judi Lynn Jul 3 Jul 4 2 514
Many asteroids might be remnants of 5 destroyed worlds, scientists say 4 Judi Lynn Jul 3 Jul 4 5 420
Pluto: Preparing for the Perfect Alignment (earthsky.org) {CORRECTED} 3 eppur_se_muova Jul 3 Jul 4 2 350
Brain images display the beauty and complexity of consciousness 1 Judi Lynn Jul 3 Jul 3 6 451
An Airplane in Front of the Moon 9 Ptah Jul 3 Jul 4 14 743
New mystery discovered regarding active asteroid Phaethon 1 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 2 9 877
Horses Have Had Dental Appointments in Mongolia for Over 3,000 Years 0 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 2 7 482
ASTRONOMERS HAVE FOUND GREASE IN SPACE 4 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 3 4 541
Study: Future Teachers Are Already Biased Against Black Children 0 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 2 5 456
Dawn's latest orbit reveals dramatic new views of Occator crater 1 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 7 9 442
We Might Finally Know What Smacked Uranus Sideways 7 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 4 6 658
Brain stimulation decreases intent to commit physical, sexual assault 0 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 2 5 304
Panamanian monkeys have begun to pick up stones, use them as tools, enter their own mini Stone Age 4 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 2 6 632
Size Matters Study Nipped ... 6 kooth Jul 2 Jul 2 8 900
Gulf's deep-sea coral granted new protections by federal regulators 0 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 2 2 183
First-ever image of baby planet being formed gives astronomers "new window" 1 Judi Lynn Jul 2 Jul 2 4 303
Thinner than a human hair, big as a bus and bound for space (al.com) 0 eppur_se_muova Jul 1 Jul 1 12 596
Dr. Georg von Tiesenhausen, last of German rocket team, dies in Alabama 1 eppur_se_muova Jun 29 Jun 30 3 432
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