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 Unexploded Landmines? Call for The Herorats
Unexploded Landmines? Call for The Herorats
HeroRATS is an elite force of rats trained to detect unexploded landmines. picked by suebe 3 weeks ago
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 Cat DNA Leads to Killer
Cat DNA Leads to Killer
A cold-hearted animal killer stabbed his mother-in-law's feline to death with an umbrella, and then told relatives: "It was only a cat, who cares?" But he left behind a "smoking gun". picked by suebe 4 weeks ago
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 Climategate: One Must Ignore 200 Years of Observations to Believe in AGW
Climategate: One Must Ignore 200 Years of Observations to Believe in AGW
The last thing the economy of the world needs is to spend trillions of taxpayer money trying to win a non-existent carbon dioxide war. The cost of the global warming scam is rising fast, and soon will pass the hundred billion dollar mark. Money that could have been spent solving real problems. picked by cb__ 4 weeks ago
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 Giant Iceberg Headed for Australia
Giant Iceberg Headed for Australia
The largest iceberg seen in a century is threatening shipping lanes around Australia. picked by suebe 4 weeks ago
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 An Affordable Truth
An Affordable Truth
Of course, if things go well in Copenhagen, the usual suspects will go wild. We’ll hear cries that the whole notion of global warming is a hoax perpetrated by a vast scientific conspiracy... picked by DerAlt 4 weeks ago
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 Mathematically Correct Breakfast
Mathematically Correct Breakfast
How to slice a bagel into two linked halves - Mobius bagel? picked by suebe 4 weeks ago
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 East Anglia Confirmed Emails from the Climate Research Unit
East Anglia Confirmed Emails from the Climate Research Unit
On 20 November 2009, emails and other documents, apparently originating from with the Climate Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia. The authenticity of these emails has been confirmed by most of the relevant parties including the CRU at Univeristy of East Anglia and many of the authors. These emails contain some quite surprising and even disappointing insights into what has been h... read full post picked by missy1979 1 month ago
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 First Photo Taken of Object Around Sun-Like Star
First Photo Taken of Object Around Sun-Like Star
Astronomers say they have taken the first direct image of a planet-like object orbiting a star much like our own sun. picked by Bornbad 1 month ago
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 Sometimes, Getting Stuck In The Sand Leads To Discoveries
Sometimes, Getting Stuck In The Sand Leads To Discoveries
While stuck in a sandtrap, the Mars rover "Spirit" has made a discovery one researcher calls "supremely interesting." picked by suebe 1 month ago
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 Canada is to Climate what Japan is to Whaling
Canada is to Climate what Japan is to Whaling
Until now I believed that the nation that has done most to sabotage a new climate change agreement was the United States. I was wrong. The real villain is Canada. picked by chinook 1 month ago
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 Italian doctor may have found surprisingly simple cure for Multiple Sclerosis
Italian doctor may have found surprisingly simple cure for Multiple Sclerosis
It's generally accepted that there's no cure for MS, only treatments that mitigate the symptoms - but a new way of looking at the disease has opened the door to a simple treatment that is causing radical improvements in a small sample of sufferers. picked by Jerry520 1 month ago
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 When Geckos Get Constipated
When Geckos Get Constipated
"In explaining why I’d be late that day, I didn’t quite know what to tell my editor, so I told him the truth: I was taking my son’s gecko for what I presumed would be an enema." picked by suebe 1 month ago
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 A petabyte is a lot of data.
A petabyte is a lot of data.
I’m just sayin’… picked by Jerry520 1 month ago
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 Underground Psychology
Underground Psychology
Researchers have been spying on us on the subway. Here's what they've learned. picked by Bornbad 1 month ago
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 Monster worm and sea star frenzy
Monster worm and sea star frenzy
Deep under the Antarctic ice, a rare, colorful burst of starfish and 3m-long monster worms. picked by suebe 1 month ago
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 Meteor Lights Up the Night Skies Over Utah
Meteor Lights Up the Night Skies Over Utah
"..this thing lit up the sky, literally. It was like daylight."

*Includes some great footage and photos* picked by cb__ 1 month ago
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 Giant Cannibal Galaxy's Last Meal
Giant Cannibal Galaxy's Last Meal
New images show the "last meal" of a giant cannibal galaxy as it gobbles down a smaller spiral galaxy, which has been twisted and warped from being devoured.

The giant galaxy, Centaurus A (NGC 5128) is the nearest giant, elliptical galaxy, at a distance of about 11 million light-years. picked by AutumnLotus 1 month ago
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 Universe peppered with 'blue fuzzies'
Universe peppered with 'blue fuzzies'
Australian astronomers have discovered that the universe is full of tiny blue dwarf galaxies.

Known as 'blue fuzzies', these tiny galaxies are made up mostly of young hot stars that shine brightly, dominating the light from the galaxies they're in. picked by AutumnLotus 1 month ago
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 Under the microscope: Glowing alien-like flea takes top photography prize
Under the microscope: Glowing alien-like flea takes top photography prize
This strange alien-like creature is not a character from a science-fiction blockbuster but actually from far closer to home. The eerily beautiful image is of a water flea with a radiant green 'crown of thorns' to protect it from predators.

It took top prize in the 2009 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition, the world's foremost forum for showcasing microscope photos and movies. picked by AutumnLotus 1 month ago
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 Cassini Captures Ghostly Dance of Saturn's Northern Lights (w/ Video)
Cassini Captures Ghostly Dance of Saturn's Northern Lights (w/ Video)
In the first video showing the auroras above the northern latitudes of Saturn, Cassini has spotted the tallest known "northern lights" in the solar system, flickering in shape and brightness high above the ringed planet. picked by AutumnLotus 1 month ago
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 Darwin Drafts Go Digital
Darwin Drafts Go Digital
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the publication of Charles Darwin's "On the Origin of Species," the manuscripts detailing the theory of natural selection are being placed online. On Tuesday, Darwin Manuscripts Project will upload about 10,000 high-quality images of Darwin's scientific manuscripts and notes. picked by MandolinOrange 1 month ago
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 The Pied Piper of Mucus
The Pied Piper of Mucus
The plastic tube Sandy Hawkins hands me looks more like a toy horn than a medical device. Blowing into it, he tells me, will do wonders for my chest cold. picked by Bornbad 2 months ago
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 Snail Named After Crocodile Hunter
Snail Named After Crocodile Hunter
A tree snail found in the tropical forest near Cairns, Australia has been named after the late Steve Irwin. The Queensland Museum named it Crikey steveirwini. picked by Magoo 2 months ago
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 The Heart of the Milky Way
The Heart of the Milky Way
This new composite image of the center of our galaxy is simply beautiful beyond words.

(Thumbnail is not the image.) picked by Moogle 2 months ago
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 Critics Challenge 'Dog Whisperer' Methods
Critics Challenge 'Dog Whisperer' Methods
Dog trainers and animal behaviorists take issue with Cesar Millan's, of National Geographic's The Dog Whisperer, dog training methods, saying that they are old methods based on bad dog behavior research that have been proven to do more harm than good, and that newer positive reinforcement methods are much more effective and safer for both the dog and owner. picked by sidran32 2 months ago
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