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Scientists have discovered a form of natural selection that doesn't rely on DNA: [livescience.com]
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gsiamne 7 NE Jan 21 Jan 21 22 comments
Not just working to get there. But, actually testing to make it safe. And so far it seems to have been successful. IMHO, this test was a brilliant idea. Youtube
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TristanNuvo 8 FL Jan 20 Jan 20 55 comments
Hey, first time posting to this . I'm not a professional in the field but try my best to apply and abide by scientific principles in everyday life. I'm trying to make a decision and need some opinions. How do y'll feel about organic farming and ...
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bluefairy 5 Trinidad And Tobago Jan 18 Jan 18 55 comments
Here Is an Awkward Question In Need of a Reality Check: If Lying to the Government Is a Crime, Isn’t the Big Bang a Criminal Conspiracy? In 1957 the Soviets sent a man into earth orbit. America’s leaders correctly concluded that the Soviets ...
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yvilletom 7 CA Jan 16 Jan 16 1919 comments
Youtube Nice video giving an overall picture of deep learning
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Spongebob 7 IL Jan 14 Jan 14 22 comments
200 times the speed of light an entangled quantum particle changes spin. So, similar to a sound speed of and light speed of where we see the lightening and seconds later here the thunder, I hypothesize there is an effect the human can perceive ...
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Shoulderwarmer 5 FL Jan 9 Jan 9 1111 comments
Best science pictures of 2019: [livescience.com]
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gsiamne 7 NE Jan 2 Jan 2 22 comments
Here is what I think will be the first writing on the scientific advancement in the last decade. I found it interesting so I thought I would share it here. The 10 Biggest Science Stories of the Decade: [livescience.com]
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gsiamne 7 NE Dec 28, 2019 Dec 28, 2019 44 comments
Of all of the Space x launches. This one is hands down my favorite. to see all of the boosters actually land straight up is just amazing. Youtube
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TristanNuvo 8 FL Dec 25, 2019 Dec 25, 2019 88 comments
Happy Birthday Sir. Isaac Newton!
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TristanNuvo 8 FL Dec 25, 2019 Dec 25, 2019 99 comments
This popped up on another site. Does anyone know anything about this study? In the comments some issues of validity were raised. [patheos.com]
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Budgie 6 Australia Dec 24, 2019 Dec 24, 2019 1111 comments
We all have dreams....
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IamNobody 8 IN Dec 23, 2019 Dec 23, 2019 11 comment
Streaming now. brilliant., on Social media and future, relationships, Youtube
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KittensandSage 6 CA Dec 22, 2019 Dec 22, 2019 00 comments
Little bit of Xmas nerdy humor for a change
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IamNobody 8 IN Dec 22, 2019 Dec 22, 2019 77 comments
Boeing's Starliner Won't Reach Space Station, NASA Chief Says: [livescience.com]
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gsiamne 7 NE Dec 21, 2019 Dec 21, 2019 33 comments
:-)) a holiday to celebrate! g
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genessa 8 MN Dec 18, 2019 Dec 18, 2019 33 comments
Earth's Magnetic North Pole Continues Drifting, Crosses Prime Meridian: [livescience.com]
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gsiamne 7 NE Dec 16, 2019 Dec 16, 2019 44 comments
I want to mine carbon from the air in my residential neighborhood. So no 1400 degree molten salt ideas. I have trees and grass which help and a nuclear reactor power plant for electricity. Is there a carbon dioxide filter system out there for ...
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Shoulderwarmer 5 FL Dec 11, 2019 Dec 11, 2019 88 comments
It's been a while since Iv'e seen some of these, and Potholer54, was one of my favorites. His Statement of facts, along with some great wit, and sarcasm always cracked me up. "Oye, HOVIND, WE CAN'T DATE THIS! THERE'S NO BLEEPING CARBON IN IT!". I ...
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TristanNuvo 8 FL Dec 11, 2019 Dec 11, 2019 44 comments
Man.I remember as a kid glued to the TV set watching all of the Apollo missions with such a sense of wonder, and awe. Watching Space-X do their thing all these years later. I feel like that kid again. Love this stuff. I still have to pause at the ...
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TristanNuvo 8 FL Dec 8, 2019 Dec 8, 2019 44 comments
'Expedition Bigfoot' Scours Oregon Woods for Signs of the Mythical and Elusive Beast: [livescience.com]
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gsiamne 7 NE Dec 8, 2019 Dec 8, 2019 44 comments
Gigantic Swarm Of Sea Turtles May Be Largest Ever Caught On Film: [iflscience.com]
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gsiamne 7 NE Dec 5, 2019 Dec 5, 2019 22 comments
The raw power that radiates from these books!
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Observer-Effect 5 VT Dec 5, 2019 Dec 5, 2019 33 comments
Curiosity Stream is a streaming service with a very nice collection of science, tech, nature and history documentaries that are educational and interesting. They have a holiday special going on that is only $20 for a whole year. I thought I would...
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CrazyQuilter 7 AZ Dec 4, 2019 Dec 4, 2019 22 comments
Octopus outsmarts testers in intelligence experiment: [treehugger.com]
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gsiamne 7 NE Nov 28, 2019 Nov 28, 2019 55 comments


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