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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 6 3620
Wanna be a Superhero? Get Night Vision Injected in Your Eyeballs : Discovery News 0 Panich52 32 min ago 32 min ago 0 63
Super-salamander with 'toilet-seat' head terrorised Earth 200 million years ago 10 Eugene Monday 35 min ago 6 380
Iconic Space Images Are Actually Black-and-White 14 progressoid Wednesday 3 hrs ago 21 1449
Begin Japanology ~ Earthquakes 0 yuiyoshida 3 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 1 110
The father of all humans lived 239,000 years ago 2 Ichingcarpenter 6 hrs ago 4 hrs ago 1 248
BEGIN Japanology~ Monkey 2 yuiyoshida 5 hrs ago 4 hrs ago 2 129
Report: Incompatible cocktail to blame for nuke dump mishap *edited* 1 Ptah 15 hrs ago 5 hrs ago 2 160
BEGIN Japanology - Ancient Japanese Burial Mounds 3 yuiyoshida 18 hrs ago 6 hrs ago 2 179
New shape-shifting 'punk' frog knows how to blend in 2 Judi Lynn Wednesday 6 hrs ago 2 264
NASA's Opportunity Rover Completes Marathon On Mars In Just Over 11 Years 2 Eugene Yesterday 12 hrs ago 9 166
BEGIN Japanology: Volcanoes 6 yuiyoshida Yesterday 19 hrs ago 0 183
India’s Mars probe has fuel for extended mission 1 Panich52 Yesterday 20 hrs ago 2 108
How To Time Travel To a Star 0 jakeXT 21 hrs ago 21 hrs ago 8 294
India’s Mars probe has fuel for extended mission (EarthSky.org) 1 eppur_se_muova Wednesday Yesterday 6 134
Total solar eclipse at 35,000 feet 1 Panich52 Yesterday Yesterday 3 120
Do humans deserve autonomy over other species (Poll) 3 darkangel218 Wednesday Wednesday 0 220
How cool is this? Frog species that can change shape discovered by local researchers (photos) 6 WillParkinson Tuesday Wednesday 24 1654
Nova in Sagittarius Brighter Than Ever – Catch it with the Naked Eye! 3 n2doc Sunday Wednesday 24 1899
Ancient doomsday impact found in Australia 1 Panich52 Tuesday Wednesday 1 197
3-D Printing, 100 times faster 3 Warpy Tuesday Wednesday 7 310
Nitrogen: Yet Another Building Block for Life Found on Mars 0 Eugene Tuesday Tuesday 2 129
'Essentially, We Have Discovered a New Layer in the Earth' 10 n2doc Monday Tuesday 34 929
What Spending a Year in Space Does to Your Mind 2 n2doc Tuesday Tuesday 1 256
A Visualization Depicts a Sunset With the Sun Replaced by Other Stars 24 n2doc Mar 18 Tuesday 49 3129
Boeing patents 'Star Wars'-style force fields 2 n2doc Tuesday Tuesday 5 242
Has consciousness emerged as the immune system for the mind? 2 SoLeftIAmRight Tuesday Tuesday 0 158
The Father of the Digital Synthesizer 1 n2doc Tuesday Tuesday 4 157
Help name features on Pluto and Charon 0 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 0 93
Claims of unknown bear as source of yeti legend refuted 1 Panich52 Monday Tuesday 0 181
Oldest Roman military fort: airborne lasers uncover fort from 178BC 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 5 363
World's largest asteroid impact zone believed uncovered by ANU researchers in central Australia 1 Eugene Monday Monday 10 247
Jupiter's 'Smashing' Migration May Explain Our Oddball Solar System 1 Eugene Monday Monday 6 234
Precious metals in your shit. 7 DetlefK Monday Monday 3 360
Awesome St. Paddy's Day aurora! Awesone photos! 9 Panich52 Mar 18 Monday 39 1907
Future robotics: Think self-fixing bridges; shoes that optimize for walking, running; camouflaging c 6 Panich52 Sunday Monday 0 167
Photo:Mount Rainier, Milky Way & a Perseid meteor! Plus a look forward to April’s Lyrid meteor showe 6 Panich52 Saturday Monday 35 1944
Color-morphing reef fish is a wolf in sheeps clothing 2 Panich52 Sunday Monday 0 158
Why NASA's first year-long space station mission is vital for Mars travel 0 n2doc Monday Monday 5 154
Sediment in ocean's deadest region teeming with life 0 Panich52 Monday Monday 1 153
New images of the brain show the forgetful side effect of frequent recall 0 Panich52 Monday Monday 3 184
A new method for making perovskite solar cells; photovoltaic windows next? 1 Panich52 Monday Monday 3 155
Wealth and power may have played a stronger role than 'survival of the fittest' 2 Panich52 Monday Monday 1 137
Second natural quasicrystal ever found in ancient meteorite 0 Panich52 Monday Monday 5 158
Fundamentally new 3-D printing technology uses light and oxygen to synthesize materials from a pool 2 Panich52 Monday Monday 1 110
Whale fossil, 17 million years old, provides first exact date for East Africa's puzzling uplift 0 Panich52 Monday Monday 1 155
Mars One Finalist Announces That It's All A Scam 3 n2doc Sunday Monday 4 352
Rosetta’s comet may be made of pebbles entirely. 1 gvstn Sunday Sunday 3 335
How does weight stigma smell? Sense of smell may reveal weight bias 2 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 0 295
Sharper nanoscopy: What happens when a quantum dot looks in a mirror? (Chem Nobel) 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 4 150
Prehistoric stone tools bear 500,000-year-old animal residue 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 3 166
Buyer's remorse: Buying habits shows people demand all that bad news 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 1 217
Moral decisions can be influenced by eye tracking 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 0 177
Bats are surprisingly fast decision makers 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 3 111
Here are all the new particles we might discover when the world's largest atom smasher turns back on 8 TexasTowelie Sunday Sunday 7 466
How planthoppers got (and changed) their wings 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 0 82
Large Hadron Collider to search for parallel universes 5 Ichingcarpenter Saturday Sunday 12 348
Have alien civilizations built cosmic accelerators from black holes? Physics World.com 4 Ichingcarpenter Saturday Sunday 11 358
Mars is wrapped in mysterious dust cloud 1 Panich52 Saturday Saturday 7 370
Croc ancestor, 'Carolina Butcher,' ruled before dinos 1 Panich52 Saturday Saturday 5 243
Researchers recently photographed this extremely cute mammal for the first time in 20 years 6 n2doc Friday Saturday 8 441
This week in science: pretty in pink Mar 21, 2015 0 Panich52 Saturday Saturday 2 151
Dawn breaks over Ceres … and perhaps reveals signs of habitability 0 Panich52 Saturday Saturday 10 305
Some mushrooms glow, and here's why: 1 Panich52 Friday Saturday 2 186
The artist who showed you what space looks like 1 n2doc Friday Saturday 12 348
Lava tubes safe enough for Moon base 1 hunter Friday Friday 10 328
Teen Geniuses Win Top Honors and Science Glory at Intel Science Talent Search 2015 0 mahatmakanejeeves Friday Friday 1 150
Two New Species Of Vampire Crabs Discovered 1 n2doc Friday Friday 1 159
Before dinosaurs, the giant ‘Carolina Butcher’ was a North American terror 2 Eugene Friday Friday 5 288
Ancient dust factory found at our galactic core 2 Panich52 Friday Friday 1 146
Which Came First: the Dinosaur or the Bird? 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 4 185
Everything you need to know: Vernal equinox 2015 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 4 163
New Alzheimer’s treatment fully restores memory function (in mice) 0 Bosonic Mar 19 Mar 19 17 311
The Secret History of the Supernova at the Bottom of the Sea 0 n2doc Mar 19 Mar 19 5 317
Supermoon total eclipse of equinox sun on March 20 (EarthSky) 1 eppur_se_muova Mar 19 Mar 19 0 216
A Possible Detection of Dark Matter in a Dwarf Galaxy! 0 n2doc Mar 19 Mar 19 2 195
Goodbye P value: is it time to let go of one of science’s most fundamental measures? 8 n2doc Mar 10 Mar 19 3 431
New Moon Action: Open Yourself to New Possibilities During Rare Cosmic Triad. 6 elleng Mar 18 Mar 19 19 557
Buzz Aldrin just tweeted this [View all] 52 Ichingcarpenter Mar 17 Mar 18 62 3199
Latest Curiosity news: Mars has water and complex organic molecules 4 Panich52 Mar 18 Mar 18 11 331
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