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Would the Corona virus be more survivable if you were injected with live virus blood serum? Instead of being infected thru respiratory tract. Posted in Scientists group
OleBlueEyes Apr 3 Apr 3 33 Posted in Scientists group
Stuck at home, bored and feeling frustrated with microorganisms. So I'm spending time killing them creatively. Unlike most Americans, I'm quite aware that most viruses and bacteria would survive fine without humans, but were they all to suddenly ... Posted in Scientists group
Observer-Effect Apr 1 Apr 1 22 Posted in Scientists group
Is it possible for an AI to open an account on a social media site and start communicating with other members? I've recently come across someone who says he/she is an AI. Posted in Scientists group
Jetty Apr 1 Apr 1 33 Posted in Scientists group
This month Princeton released the latest volume of Einstein’s papers, covering the period May 1925–June 1927, while Einstein was at the University of Berlin. This is a very insightful look into Einstein's mind during this time. It also lays ... Posted in Scientists group
t1nick Mar 30 Mar 30 22 Posted in Scientists group
Nice explanation of exponential growth by 3Bluw1Brown. Explains the rationale behind aggressive prevention measures followed by nations and communities to stop the spread of COVID-19 Youtube
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Spongebob Mar 17 Mar 17 77 Posted in Scientists group
Now it's Happy Pi Day - and appropriately also Einstein's birthday. I am going to get some pie... Posted in Scientists group
BrianFinn Mar 14 Mar 14 22 Posted in Scientists group
Over 300 Minor Planets Discovered Beyond Neptune: [iflscience.com] Posted in Scientists group
gsiamne Mar 14 Mar 14 77 Posted in Scientists group
LINK Excitement, baby steps and reams of rejections – how scientific knowledge builds on itself | Aeon Videos Posted in Scientists group
Jetty Mar 13 Mar 13 22 Posted in Scientists group
I'd like to ask what is the most important single plausibe technological breakthru that could happen now in people's views here. What one technological breakthru could, in your opinion, have the most positive impact on modern human ... Posted in Scientists group
Techpriest Mar 13 Mar 13 1313 Posted in Scientists group
LINK Coronavirus: Millions of Britons will need to contract COVID-19 for 'herd immunity' | Politics News | Sky News Posted in Scientists group
Jetty Mar 13 Mar 13 55 Posted in Scientists group
Challenges in expanding renewable energy expansion- "Building the level of renewable generation and storage necessary to reach the state’s goals would drive up costs exponentially, from $49 per megawatt-hour of generation at 50 percent to $1,612 ... General & Hellos
Spongebob Mar 10 Mar 10 33 General & Hellos
Scientists Find The First-Ever Animal That Doesn't Need Oxygen to Survive: [sciencealert.com] Posted in Scientists group
gsiamne Feb 29 Feb 29 44 Posted in Scientists group
Good Article but sad how America has begun to question Science. [blogs.scientificamerican.com] Posted in Scientists group
JackBord Feb 28 Feb 28 55 Posted in Scientists group
LINK Gravity is not uniform. It varies geographically. Posted in Scientists group
Jetty Feb 28 Feb 28 44 Posted in Scientists group
In a Huge First, Physicists Have Captured Individual Atoms And Watched Them Merge: [sciencealert.com] Posted in Scientists group
gsiamne Feb 22 Feb 22 22 Posted in Scientists group
LINK Those 7 Times Bill Nye Went Beast Mode - YouTube
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AJimboShep82 Feb 19 Feb 19 33 Posted in Scientists group
In insomnia fueled curiosity at 3am. "Hey, I wonder how dense steam gets, and how fast it condenses at -6 degrees below zero?" It looked cool. So, the next logical question is "oooo, how will it look with a laser through it?" Then, how about with UV ... Posted in Scientists group
Observer-Effect Feb 15 Feb 15 44 Posted in Scientists group
Happy Darwin Day! Posted in Scientists group
BrianFinn Feb 12 Feb 12 22 Posted in Scientists group
This is just a clip with Garrett Reisman (Astronaut), And Joe Rogan. The full Vid is great And there are more from this podcast, as well as many others on why so many are leaving Places, like NASA, Boing, Lockheed Martin, etc. and joining SpaceX. But...
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TristanNuvo Feb 9 Feb 9 00 Posted in Scientists group
I really liked this article's talk on how adaptive hyenas' are: [livescience.com] Posted in Scientists group
gsiamne Feb 8 Feb 8 33 Posted in Scientists group
LINK What Bret Weinstein Gets Wrong About Group Selection – The Evolution Institute Posted in Scientists group
Jetty Feb 8 Feb 8 22 Posted in Scientists group
A great observation by Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson on journalism on, or about Science. One of the things that irks me most is misinformation, or at least information bias by a journalist who doesn't clearly understand the Science they are reporting. ... Posted in Scientists group
TristanNuvo Feb 2 Feb 2 33 Posted in Scientists group
Just to lighten the mood a little... Silly, Random & Fun
Captain_Feelgood Feb 2 Feb 2 66 Silly, Random & Fun
Space-time is swirling around a dead star, proving Einstein right again: [livescience.com] Posted in Scientists group
gsiamne Feb 1 Feb 1 44 Posted in Scientists group
LINK Dream Energy Generated by Our Own Little 'Sun'! Posted in Scientists group
Jetty Jan 31 Jan 31 33 Posted in Scientists group


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