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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 12 10556
Saturn's spectacular rings are 'very young' 4 Eugene 15 hrs ago 12 hrs ago 12 292
Human skull unearthed near north China border confirmed to be 10,000 years old 0 yuiyoshida 15 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 3 399
Extreme Microbes Found in Crystals Buried 200 Feet Beneath the Sea of Japan 0 Judi Lynn 15 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 5 298
Those Tiny Cotton Sprouts China Grew on the Moon? They're Dead Now 6 Judi Lynn Wednesday 16 hrs ago 6 785
Earth May Be in the Middle of a Giant Asteroid Spike, Billion-Year Survey Reveals 4 Judi Lynn 20 hrs ago 17 hrs ago 5 476
Watch Ultima Thule Spin Like a Propeller in This Awesome New Horizons Flyby Video 0 Judi Lynn 22 hrs ago 22 hrs ago 7 329
Cern draws up plans for collider four times the size of Large Hadron 2 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 5 193
Mechanism helps explain the ear's exquisite sensitivity 1 Jim__ Wednesday Wednesday 4 271
Hidden Beneath a Half Mile of Ice, Antarctic Lake Teems with Life 2 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 21 1222
Juliet and friends found for Romeo the lonely water frog 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 5 136
Nerve cells from people with autism grow unusually big and fast 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 10 282
Poison toilet paper reveals how termites help rainforests resist drought 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 224
So Many Ticks Were Feasting on This Unlucky Python, They Looked Like Living Scales 2 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 7 477
Your phone could reveal your radiation exposure after a nuclear disaster 6 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 9 754
Cern plans even larger hadron collider for physics search 3 Eugene Tuesday Tuesday 3 262
Giant leaf for mankind? China germinates first seed on moon 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 313
Cancer Cells Transformed into Harmless Fat in Mouse Study 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 9 308
Ancient 'Tomb' Unearthed in Guatemala Turns Out to Be Maya Steam Bath 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 6 165
Floating seabirds provide a novel way to trace ocean currents 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 131
How worm blobs behave like a liquid and a solid 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 111
Earth's Magnetic Field Is Up To Some Seriously Weird Stuff And No One Knows Why 8 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 8 630
A drill built for Mars is being used to bore into Antarctic bedrock 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 3 141
Food ads targeting black and Hispanic youth almost exclusively promote unhealthy products 2 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 3 253
Physicists find new ways to manipulate light, paving way for quantum tech 2 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 13 488
A Leaky Memory May Be a Good Thing 1 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 6 353
Weird Star System's Planet-Forming Disk Goes Vertical Like a Ferris Wheel 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 9 292
The Most Powerful Explosions in the Universe are Even Stranger Than We Thought 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 8 359
Step Inside Winter's Most Spectacular Wonderland at the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival in Northeast Ch 7 Judi Lynn Friday Monday 24 2107
Splashdown! SpaceX Dragon Returns to Earth After 2nd Space Station Delivery 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 3 208
Elephants Are Evolving Without Tusks Thanks to Poaching 2 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 10 307
Memory of last meal influences when, how much rats eat next 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 1 204
Rich people's gardens are better for bees and other pollinators 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 7 360
Spektr-R: Russia's only space telescope 'not responding' 1 nitpicker Sunday Monday 2 323
SpaceX rocket now complete at Boca Chica 0 TexasTowelie Monday Monday 4 234
This Exploding 'Cow' May Be the First Black Hole Birth Ever Observed 5 Judi Lynn Jan 10 Sunday 25 2219
Steam-propelled spacecraft prototype can theoretically explore celestial objects "forever" 6 Jim__ Friday Sunday 6 402
Close asteroid flyby 4 defacto7 Sunday Sunday 3 401
Citizen scientists discover strange new world that pro astronomers missed 3 WillParkinson Sunday Sunday 13 677
Planet's erratic magnetic field forces emergency update to global navigation system 5 Eugene Saturday Saturday 7 698
'Total success': China broadcasts new images from far side of moon 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 6 282
The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 8 434
'Raining spiders': airborne arachnids appear over south-east Brazil 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 3 260
Lab revokes honors for controversial DNA scientist Watson 3 Eugene Friday Friday 2 590
Here's why Elon Musk is tweeting constantly about a stainless-steel starship 5 Judi Lynn Jan 10 Friday 5 449
Maggots Will Soon Be Sent to War Zones to Heal the Injured 6 Judi Lynn Jan 10 Friday 4 254
A Man Took a Whole Bottle of Viagra. Then He Saw 'Doughnut-Shaped' Spots in his Vision 5 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 2 559
Blue tooth reveals unknown female artist from medieval times 3 bronxiteforever Jan 10 Friday 8 529
Sex - It's really really complicated 9 Xipe Totec Jan 7 Friday 0 649
The Sun Will Turn Into a Giant Crystal Ball After It Dies 5 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 3 323
Oysters Open and Close Their Shells as the Moon Wanes and Waxes 2 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 12 540
This Lobster Trap Aims to Protect Endangered Whales -- and Fishers' Livelihoods 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 5 166
Planet Hunter TESS Is Already Spotting Hundreds of Crazy New Worlds 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 4 245
Space Telescopes of the Future: NASA Has 4 Ideas for Great Observatory to Fly in 2030s 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 3 192
Barnard's Star Planet May Not Be Too Cold for Life After All 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 2 274
Ultrabright Quasar Lit Up the Early Universe 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 4 179
A Dying Star Sent Out an SOS Pointing to Its Killer: A Buzz-Saw Black Hole 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 4 226
Our current best guess how life comes from non-life. 12 DetlefK Jan 8 Jan 10 3 491
NOAO: A Survey Machine and a Data Trove - Dark Energy Survey's Rich Legacy 0 Ptah Jan 10 Jan 10 4 186
Hubble Space Telescope's premier camera shuts down 3 Eugene Jan 9 Jan 10 8 396
Nasa spacecraft spots gaseous planet 23 times the size of Earth 2 Eugene Jan 8 Jan 9 4 331
Zoom! Asteroid Bennu Slips Past in OSIRIS-REx Flyby View 0 Judi Lynn Jan 8 Jan 8 4 264
New material could 'drive wound healing' using the body's inbuilt healing system 0 sl8 Jan 8 Jan 8 5 332
...more rats, thanks to the shutdown's festering trash 6 littlemissmartypants Jan 7 Jan 8 2 310
New species of frog with weird claw thumb discovered in unexplored part of Andes 1 WillParkinson Jan 8 Jan 8 2 239
Scientists Find the 'Missing' Dark Matter from the Early Universe 3 Judi Lynn Jan 7 Jan 7 9 442
Mind-Melting Study Says Our Universe Is an Expanding Bubble in Another Dimension 16 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 7 27 1345
I have a question about ancient ruins. 2 DetlefK Jan 7 Jan 7 3 617
The meteor shower that brought Tunguska is due in June 3 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 7 10 390
Nature up close: Birds, snakes and bats of Costa Rica 0 Judi Lynn Jan 7 Jan 7 1 198
Brain scans show social exclusion creates jihadists, say researchers 1 Eugene Jan 6 Jan 6 1 301
When two black holes merge together, about 5% of their mass gets lost. Where does that information g 1 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 3 238
Less Than 1% of Large Hadron Collider Data Ever Gets Looked At 1 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 2 221
Can Big Cats Actually Purr? 3 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 7 462
High Blood Pressure Implicated in Cognitive Impairment 1 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 15 518
Caught in the act, a young star lights up surrounding nebula in veil of glory 0 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 6 308
Study: Seniors with hearing loss have high risk of depression 0 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 1 208
Is Stress Subjective? 0 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 2 205
NASA experiment shows DNA sugars could be floating around in space 0 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 1 163
Tiny satellites could be 'guide stars' for huge next-generation telescopes 1 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 3 199
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