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Posted by TheoryNumber3
MINER UNEARTHS MOST IMPORTANT PALEONTOLOGY DISCOVERY IN NORTH AMERICA Mummified baby wooly mammoth in near perfect condition
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1 day ago1d

Posted by SpikeTalon
Artificial photosynthesis can produce food in complete darkness-
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1 day ago1d

Posted by Druvius
Neat. How ‘The Dress’ Sparked a Neuroscience Breakthrough The color debate that broke the internet raised new questions about the relationship between perception and consciousness:
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2 days ago2d

Posted by Druvius
Flu vaccine reduces Alzheimer's risk, a nice side benefit:
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2 days ago2d

Posted by Larimar
Looking for Dino dna
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2 days ago2d

Posted by Umbrella_Guard
LINK(1970-2020) Every Year of High School Medley - YouTube
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3 days ago3d

Posted by JJ-Baltazar
Why You're Not “Middle Class”
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5 days ago5d

Posted by TheoryNumber3
THE FIRST PERFECT ASSHOLE (but certainly not the last)
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5 days ago5d

Posted by xenoview
Record bacterium discovered as long as human eyelash
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6 days ago6d

Posted by VickyGraham
overturning Roe
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6 days ago6d

Posted by VickyGraham
Overturning Roe, freedom from religion
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6 days ago6d

Posted by VickyGraham
Good YouTube show ffrf, freedom from religion
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6 days ago6d

Posted by Captain_Feelgood
Well there you have it, folks. We're doomed. 😏
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6 days ago6d

Posted by Druvius
I wish it were satire.
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6 days ago6d

Posted by FvckY0u
You have mites on your face fucking each other at night. You're welcome!
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1 week ago1w

Posted by FvckY0u
More powerful every day.
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1 week ago1w

Posted by FvckY0u
I sure wish I understood all the new physics that are emerging and evolving. It's fascinating to my simple mind.
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1 week ago1w

Posted by barjoe
LINKCaveman Instincts May Explain Our Belief In Gods And Ghosts
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1 week ago1w

Posted by skado
Anthropology of Religion .
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1 week ago1w

Posted by Ryo1
There are many people out there who think they know what they are talking about and who love using big words to try to impress others. 🙄 I enjoyed reading this article. How to Use the Feynman Technique to Identify ...
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1 week ago1w

Posted by Flyingsaucesir
The official first day of summer 2022 is Tuesday, June 21. But if you just go by temperature, this year summer started in mid May.
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1 week ago1w

Posted by Ryo1
Evolution - never-ending exploration. Yes, size does matter: Solving the mystery of giraffe neck evolution
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1 week ago1w

Posted by Larimar
Fly geyser
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1 week ago1w

Posted by Larimar
Origins of black death plague found
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1 week ago1w

Posted by JJ-Baltazar
Elon Musk "Versus" Twitter - SOME MORE NEWS
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by skado
Two oddly contrasting stories I encountered today: Story No. 1. Is LaMDA Sentient? by Blake Lemoine Story No. 2. "They're made out of meat." "Meat?" "Meat. "There's no doubt about it. We picked several from ...
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Sierra4
….or that the Sun came up.
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by xenoview
Plastic-munching ‘superworms’ could be a scalable solution to tackling global waste
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by yvilletom
The present Einsteinian Dark Age of science will soon end – for the times they are a-changin'.
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by skado
E.O. Wilson Saw the World in a Wholly New Way by David Sloan Wilson “Rabbi Hillel was reputedly asked to explain the meaning of the Torah while standing on one foot, and replied, “What is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbor. Everything...
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by rainmanjr
LINKProfessor Brian Cox CBE | Black Holes, Life On Mars, Space and Time, Fractals
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by callmedubious
So i'm sitting here at home with a mug of Fat Tug my fav IPA + a glass of jameison my fav whiskey at 7:00 pm, listening to Harry Nillson on spotify, while enjoying the view with the sun finally shining, surrounded by tall cedar trees & mt. ...
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by racocn8
This report was intriguing for explaining the cause of the brain-fog and similar Long-Covid symptoms... Title: Peptide from SARS-CoV-2 spike protein forms amyloids "In lab tests, immune cell enzyme cleaves spike protein to yield fibril-forming ...
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Larimar
Non binary warrior found in ancient burial
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by TheoryNumber3
Dinosaur 'reaper' with massive claws found in Japan (fortunately, he's a vegetarian, like me)
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by euG5555
Push Gravity Issac Newton said that space moves through matter freely without friction. By moving through space, you experience momentum, change in momentum lags behind the change in velocity. The momentum of an object applies pressure on the object...
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Mcflewster
"To dismiss religion without being aware of the evidence is to do the same thing so many religious people do to science." BY SKADO ​ This is taken from a thread on THE JAPANESE VERSION OF RELIGION WHICH DOES SEEM BASED A LOT ON RITUAL NOT BELIEF....
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Mcflewster
"To dismiss religion without being aware of the evidence is to do the same thing so many religious people do to science." BY SKADO ​ This is taken from a thread on THE JAPANESE VERSION OF RELIGION WHICH DOES SEEM BASED A LOT ON RITUAL NOT BELIEF....
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by SpikeTalon
Most of what we know about Egyptian pyramids is due to the study of the pyramid of Khafre. Let’s explore the history of Egypt’s most extensively researched pyramid.- ?
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Larimar
Arietids tomorrow! meteor shower shoing up to 200/hr
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by JJ-Baltazar
School Police: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by VickyGraham
LINKAmerican Theocracy
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Larimar
lab grown ear using patients own cells then 3 D printed and successfully implanted!
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by TheoryNumber3
Very cool "black hole" illusion
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4 weeks ago4w

Posted by Larimar
finding more lost South American cities from the air
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4 weeks ago4w

Posted by MichaelSanchuk
Too many damn humans living on Fantasy Island these days. To speak your mind in these times is sure to offend many candy-ass human animals! What a dam shame. Let's hope nobody comes over here to start a war. Americans have long lost their backbone.
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4 weeks ago4w

Posted by rainmanjr
LINKThe First Few Minutes of the Universe
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4 weeks ago4w

Posted by JJ-Baltazar
Switzerland: So Many Guns, No Mass Shootings | The Daily Show Throwback
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1 month ago1m

Posted by SpikeTalon
Primary fluid inclusions in bedded halite from the 830-m.y.-old Browne Formation of central Australia contain organic solids and liquids, as documented with transmitted light and ultraviolet–visible (UV-vis) petrography. These objects are ...
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1 month ago1m

Posted by Umbrella_Guard
LINKVirginia tech hates " Rick and Morty " more than they hate black people. Good for them in finally uniting under a common cause to end racism. Rick Sanchez can not keep getting away with pimping a naked Jerry Smith to Zigerian royalty .
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1 month ago1m

Posted by RichCC
LINKShattered comet could produce dazzling meteor shower: How to watch the tau Herculids | Live Science
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1 month ago1m

Posted by Larimar
Prince Rupert's drops and tensile strength explored
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1 month ago1m

Posted by RichCC
LINKNASA Engineers Puzzled by Mysterious Signals From Voyager 1
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1 month ago1m

Posted by yvilletom
The theoretical, non-experimental physicist AE may be in trouble. Early in the 19th century, the Scottish botanist Robert Brown dropped grains of pollen into water and observed “a kind of jittery motion”. ....”Physicists ... no satisfying ...
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1 month ago1m

Posted by racocn8
What is a thermoelectric cloud chamber? It's a cloud chamber that consists of a super-saturated vapor inside a sealed chamber which forms visible trails of mist when radiation particles are emitted from a nearby source. If you've never seen one, ...
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1 month ago1m

Posted by Larimar
Gemstones in Mayan teeth may have helped their dental hygiene? whoa
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1 month ago1m

Posted by xenoview
As the World Runs on Lithium, Researchers Develop Clean Method to Get It From Water
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1 month ago1m

Posted by xenoview
The Mechanism Behind Memory Loss During Aging Was Identified By Scientists at Johns Hopkins
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1 month ago1m

Posted by TheoryNumber3
THOUSANDS OF PREHISTORIC PITS DISCOVERED AROUND STONEHENGE (Hunters likely built some pits, while others were ceremonial.)
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1 month ago1m

Posted by Sierra4
5 megabyte hard drive being shipped out of IBM In 1956.
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1 month ago1m

Posted by Garban
What’s the difference between knowing what works, and understanding how it works? 5 minute science video.
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1 month ago1m

Posted by rainmanjr
LINKStuart Firestein: The pursuit of ignorance
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1 month ago1m

Posted by TheoryNumber3
See these amazing images of the Blood Moon lunar eclipse from around the world
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1 month ago1m

Posted by RichCC
LINK"Flash droughts" are Midwest’s next big climate threat | Salon.com
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1 month ago1m

Posted by xenoview
Scientists Power a Computer Using Only Algae and Daylight to Make the Electricity
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May 13May 13

Posted by TheoryNumber3
FLOWER MOON LUNAR ECLIPSE THIS WEEKEND
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May 13May 13

Posted by xenoview
Plants grow in lunar soil for the first time, as NASA plans for life on the Moon
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May 12May 12

Posted by xenoview
Memory Loss Was Reversed in Mice Using a Brain Liquid From Younger Peers in ‘Groundbreaking’ Study
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May 12May 12

Posted by xenoview
Black hole: First picture of Milky Way monster
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May 11May 11

Posted by JackPedigo
This could be a part of several groups. A member of a local group of which I have been a long term member (Friends of the San Juan’s) just won a prestigious science award.
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May 11May 11

Posted by TheMiddleWay
LINKPowerful ‘Machine Scientists’ Distill the Laws of Physics From Raw Data
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May 10May 10

Posted by Ryo1
Not good. Cognitive deficits after severe COVID-19 are equivalent to 20 years of ageing
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May 10May 10

Posted by RichCC
LINKJames Webb Space Telescope Blog | NASA
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May 9May 9

Posted by TheMiddleWay
LINKNew research uncovers stereotype differences between agnostics and atheists
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May 9May 9

Posted by racocn8
I'm still shaking. I shouldn't let myself be affected by people's dishonesty, but this was a friend I've know for more than a decade. Andy was hosting a zoom discussion which had been a spin-off from a group sponsored by the Center For ...
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May 9May 9

Posted by xenoview
Webb telescope's first full color, scientific images coming in July
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May 9May 9

Posted by TheoryNumber3
REMAINS OF AZTEC DWELLING AND FLOATING GARDENS UNEARTHED IN MEXICO CITY
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May 7May 7

Posted by TheMiddleWay
LINKArtificial wombs: The coming era of motherless births? - Genetic Literacy Project
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May 7May 7

Posted by puff
If we colonise space, we may be humanoid, but will no longer be Earthlings.
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May 6May 6

Posted by JJ-Baltazar
The GOP Sure Hates Queer People - SOME MORE NEWS
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May 6May 6

Posted by FearlessFly
In sediments below Antarctic ice, scientists discover a giant groundwater system
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May 6May 6

Posted by TheoryNumber3
Giant blob of solar plasma could 'graze' Earth this weekend, NOAA says
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May 5May 5

Posted by Flyingsaucesir
This blue planet is the only home we will ever have. Try not to screw it up.
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May 4May 4

Posted by WilliamCharles
Richard Phillips Feynman (May 11, 1918 – February 15, 1988)
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May 4May 4

Posted by JackPedigo
Williams Syndrome. Just discovered an issue I have been curious about. This fits one of my (former) closest friends precisely. He is a really outgoing, Mr. huggy bear, kissy face person. He's in his late 50’s and recently lost a large number of his...
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May 3May 3

Posted by xenoview
Climate change could spark the next pandemic, new study finds
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May 3May 3

Posted by xenoview
Texas Scientists Have Created a Protein That Breaks Down Plastic Bottles
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May 2May 2

Posted by yvilletom
My professional scientist brother to Standard Model (bb) cosmologists: "Keeping up with the crumbling of the world order is interesting too."
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May 2May 2

Posted by Poseidon
James Webb Space Telescope Shows Never-Before-Seen Images of the Cosmos
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May 1May 1

Posted by Flyingsaucesir
Pictured below is one of three light collection towers at a solar farm on I-15 near the California -Nevada border. The tower sits in the middle of a sea of mirrors, which reflect the sun's rays up from the ground to the top of the tower. Temperatures...
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May 1May 1

Posted by racocn8
Although the sound isn't great, this video has some good graphics and some informative updates to astrophysical descriptions.
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Apr 30Apr 30

Posted by xenoview
MIT’s New Paper Thin Speakers Can Cover Any Surface to Turn Your Room Into a Concert Hall
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Apr 30Apr 30

Posted by xenoview
James Webb Space Telescope in final stretch
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Apr 30Apr 30

Posted by domos
USA's latest UFO/UAP Reporting program Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office Congressional record:
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Apr 28Apr 28

Posted by xenoview
Hadron Super Collider Reboots After 3 Years And Immediately Breaks World Record
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Apr 28Apr 28

Posted by FearlessFly
Researchers develop a paper-thin loudspeaker The flexible, thin-film device has the potential to make any surface into a low-power, high-quality audio source.
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Apr 28Apr 28

Posted by FearlessFly
All of the bases in DNA and RNA have now been found in meteorites
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Apr 27Apr 27

Posted by Robecology
They're flashing us? I hope you know my position on aliens ( very likely to exist...but much too far to talk with or visit)... But this is a credit to our detection system...and perhaps - a final blast or flash of light from a dying civilization?...
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Apr 27Apr 27

Posted by RichCC
LINKIs Webb at Its Final Temperature? -- James Webb Space Telescope Blog
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Apr 26Apr 26

Posted by xenoview
New Hydrogen Fuel Cells Use Cheap Iron Instead of Costly Platinum for Green Vehicles
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