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Youtube Moon landing!
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Spongebob 7 IL July 19 Jul 19 22 comments
Did we eat Neanderthals? There is a theory which says that Neanderthals extincted because Homo Sapiens ate them.
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NR92 6 Afghanistan July 11 Jul 11 77 comments
This looks like good news on the HIV front - they're hoping for human trials by 2020. [nature.com] [dailymail.co.uk]
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RavenCT 9 CT July 3 Jul 3 44 comments
OK...this is for advanced techies only...it's the latest science of Lithium ion battery evolution...or shall I say revolution? Watch; Youtube
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Robecology 8 FL July 2 Jul 2 11 comment
Nasa will be streaming the solar eclipse on its website tomorrow. FYI
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Spongebob 7 IL July 2 Jul 2 55 comments
I had pain. I had sustained a spinal cord injury when I was 26 of age. I am now 64 and have had many MRI's and surgeries. I recently had another MRI and it revealed some interesting disk problems and a vertebral space and a fragmented disk near ...
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Bigel 5 CO June 28 Jun 28 44 comments
do we really need to spar in space? This is what war has done to human intelligence. "Griffin was referring to a revolutionary new type of weapon, one that would have the unprecedented ability to maneuver and then to strike almost any target in the ...
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Bigel 5 CO June 24 Jun 24 55 comments
[npr.org] Seems like justice was served by a tiger. 😱
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jenandjuice1111 7 TX June 20 Jun 20 66 comments
Einstein was not the first to equate forms of mass to energy, nor did he definitively prove the relationship. [scientificamerican.com] The more I learn about Einstein, the more I realize he was not a genius, his E=mc2 was just a variation on ...
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gater 7 CA June 19 Jun 19 77 comments
What we think about vs what will probably kill us. “We must fight the fear instinct that distorts our perspective.” - Hans Rosling
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jenandjuice1111 7 TX June 12 Jun 12 55 comments
[linkedin.com]
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bellco 2 AZ June 1 Jun 1 22 comments
Gotta love science.....
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moonmaid 8 GA May 31 May 31 66 comments
For every year you breath the atmosphere, you take a year off your life. Gotta love circular reasoning. 🙄
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jenandjuice1111 7 TX May 30 May 30 99 comments
Youtube LMAO
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jenandjuice1111 7 TX May 24 May 24 55 comments
Discuss?
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jenandjuice1111 7 TX May 23 May 23 1111 comments
Hello, group! I am taking over as host of this group in Lukian’s absence. Not for any specific qualification (critical thinking counts as a qualification, though, right?) but because I volunteered. I have a logical mind and love exploring every ...
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jenandjuice1111 7 TX May 22 May 22 1111 comments
This is a short post to announce that I am suspending my account here in a couple of days and then probably deleting it. I have transferred my groups. Thanks all! Bye!
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Lukian 8 Canada May 22 May 22 55 comments
Phrasing!
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jenandjuice1111 7 TX May 21 May 21 44 comments
A bit haunting. Love it!
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jenandjuice1111 7 TX May 18 May 18 55 comments
Hi all, I will be suspending or deleting my account here in a week or so. That means this group will need a new owner. If you wish to take responsibility for this group then send me a PM. I will reply in a couple of days to the one that will ...
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Lukian 8 Canada May 17 May 17 88 comments
Simulating evolution in a cool video. Its almost as if there is proof of evolution! Youtube
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BeerAndWine 7 CA May 8 May 8 33 comments
this appears to be a very significant finding [sciencealert.com] A Dark Matter Detector Just Recorded One of The Rarest Events Known to Science Thanks to the XENON1T dark matter detector lodged under the Gran Sasso mountains of Italy, ...
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Lukian 8 Canada Apr 26 Apr 26 00 comments
when stupidity is weaponized, it takes a lot of money to repair and costs many lives
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Lukian 8 Canada Apr 26 Apr 26 22 comments
Hi, just here to learn. Not much experience.
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TCorCM 7 MI Apr 19 Apr 19 77 comments
I have a few questions about... Brownian Motion The erratic random movement of microscopic particles in a fluid, as a result of continuous bombardment from molecules of the surrounding medium. All the explainations/definitions I've seen say ...
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scurry 8 Canada Apr 19 Apr 19 66 comments


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