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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 18 35687
10 Craziest Recent Discoveries About Dinosaurs! 3 YoshidaYui 16 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 4 489
NASA Is Launching A New Telescope That Could Offer Some Cosmic Eye Candy 2 Jilly_in_VA 21 hrs ago 19 hrs ago 7 287
Otherworldly 'time crystal' made inside Google quantum computer could change physics forever 10 Judi Lynn Tuesday 21 hrs ago 26 864
Nature Editorial Bemoans the Departure of the Scientist/Politician Merkel, With Some Caveats. 0 NNadir Wednesday Wednesday 2 310
Australia's Curtin University wants 'unethical' AI study retracted 0 Eugene Wednesday Wednesday 3 228
A Different Perspective on How Many Billions of Tons of CO2 Equivalents We Dump Each Year. 5 NNadir Wednesday Wednesday 2 291
How 'Spider-Man' and 'Pac-Man' immune cells team up to fight invasive bacteria 0 Anon-C Wednesday Wednesday 1 222
Neptune reaches opposition today: How to see the distant planet 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Wednesday 5 354
Firm raises $15m to bring back woolly mammoth from extinction 16 left-of-center2012 Monday Tuesday 3 472
The asteroid 'Kleopatra' is challenging what we know about the solar system 1 Jilly_in_VA Tuesday Tuesday 7 434
New Global Map Of Coral Reefs Explores Ocean Floor And Seascape 1 elleng Sep 9 Tuesday 2 355
Egypt team identifies fossil of land-roaming whale species 0 left-of-center2012 Tuesday Tuesday 12 391
I read a paper and was inspired to give this advice to my son: "Keep your math muscles working." 12 NNadir Saturday Tuesday 9 761
More Lipstick on the Gas Pig: Dry Reforming Methane with "Solar" Thermal Energy. 7 NNadir Sep 7 Sunday 3 582
Viewpoint: Kathryn Huff, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy at the US DOE 5 NNadir Sunday Sunday 3 384
Mars rover's first rock samples reveal lengthy water exposure 3 left-of-center2012 Saturday Saturday 13 618
Scientists discover gigantic 'shark-toothed' dinosaur that dominated food chain before tyrannosaurs 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 10 509
IAEA Pre-COP26 Event Showcases Young Nuclear Experts Driving Innovation for Climate Change 0 NNadir Saturday Saturday 2 399
NASA's Perseverance rover has taken the 1st steps in decades-long dream of Mars sample return 2 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 7 350
'Flying Dragon' dinosaur roamed the southern skies too, scientists say 3 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 4 301
Strange, repeating radio signal near the center of the Milky Way has scientists stumped 11 Judi Lynn Sep 8 Friday 44 1507
Perseverance rover collects 2nd Mars sample (photos) 0 Judi Lynn Sep 9 Sep 9 7 284
Health officials quietly moved the date of the 1st US COVID-19 death to January 2020 3 Judi Lynn Sep 6 Sep 9 13 684
Helmet-headed Cambrian sea monster sucked up prey like a Roomba 2 Judi Lynn Sep 8 Sep 9 11 497
Climate change: Animals shapeshifting to stay cool, study says 2 AZProgressive Sep 8 Sep 9 3 466
Antibiotics may raise colon cancer risk, massive study suggests 1 Judi Lynn Sep 7 Sep 8 9 588
1st sign of elusive 'triangle singularity' shows particles swapping identities in mid-flight 0 Judi Lynn Sep 8 Sep 8 9 514
NASA will finally launch the James Webb Space Telescope on December 18th 2 Eugene Sep 8 Sep 8 6 311
Some animals are evolving new body shapes as the climate changes 0 Judi Lynn Sep 8 Sep 8 10 565
Time: Do the past, present, and future exist all at once? Big Think 7 Uncle Joe Sep 3 Sep 7 14 882
Listen as Millions of Monarch Butterflies Make One of the Rarest Sounds on Earth. 8 elleng Sep 6 Sep 6 27 889
2020's Biggest Breakthroughs in Physics 0 Uncle Joe Sep 6 Sep 6 5 498
Why is the Closest Planet Also the Most Difficult to Visit? NASA's MESSENGER Mercury Probe 4 Uncle Joe Sep 5 Sep 6 5 789
Hubble telescope spies brilliant star cluster in Milky Way's neighbor galaxy 3 Judi Lynn Sep 4 Sep 5 10 423
The number of elements in the periodic table in car types: ICV, hybrid and plug in hybrid. 12 NNadir Sep 2 Sep 5 1 775
The Standard Model: The Most Successful Scientific Theory Ever 0 Uncle Joe Sep 4 Sep 4 9 794
First of a kind 3D printed parts installed in TVA nuclear reactor. 4 NNadir Sep 3 Sep 4 3 438
International Space Station facing irreparable failures, Russia warns 5 muriel_volestrangler Sep 1 Sep 4 4 598
Neil deGrasse Tyson: 3 mind-blowing space facts Big Think 3 Uncle Joe Sep 3 Sep 3 4 589
The mysterious troughs on giant asteroid Vesta keep puzzling scientists 3 Judi Lynn Sep 3 Sep 3 9 539
Paws for thought: dogs may be able to figure out human intentions 5 Judi Lynn Sep 2 Sep 3 5 568
Star-smash supernova? New type of stellar explosion possibly seen 0 Judi Lynn Sep 3 Sep 3 6 311
Second Barakah Nuclear Power Plant unit starts up 1 NNadir Sep 2 Sep 3 1 354
Michio Kaku: 3 mind-blowing predictions about the future Big Think 5 Uncle Joe Sep 2 Sep 2 6 795
Physics' greatest mystery: Michio Kaku explains the God Equation Big Think 1 Uncle Joe Sep 2 Sep 2 6 508
Unique 'Failed Star' Is Like Nothing Else in the Milky Way, Study Finds 2 Judi Lynn Sep 2 Sep 2 11 742
Why tiny tardigrades walk like insects 500,000 times their size 3 Judi Lynn Sep 1 Sep 2 11 543
How Plants Became Carnivores 2 Uncle Joe Aug 31 Sep 2 11 474
6 mysterious structures hidden beneath the Greenland ice sheet 8 Judi Lynn Aug 29 Sep 2 36 2137
Amazing Hubble telescope photo shows space 'sword' piercing huge celestial 'heart' 1 Judi Lynn Sep 1 Sep 1 4 590
Food systems: seven priorities to end hunger and protect the planet 0 NNadir Sep 1 Sep 1 2 441
Wild cockatoos observed using tools as 'cutlery' to extract seeds from tropical fruit 0 Jilly_in_VA Aug 31 Aug 31 8 511
Quantum crystal could reveal the identity of dark matter 0 Judi Lynn Aug 30 Aug 30 8 662
Astronomy Picture of the Day - 2021 August 30 4 Ptah Aug 30 Aug 30 27 906
Where Did Viruses Come From? 2 Uncle Joe Aug 29 Aug 29 13 980
Making the Case for Sewage Sludge Treatment via Pyrolysis 5 NNadir Aug 27 Aug 29 1 543
Fossil Friday: ancient roots show how trees came to be 1 Judi Lynn Aug 28 Aug 29 13 549
Space startup Astra aims to reach orbit for the 1st time today. Here's how to watch live. 1 Judi Lynn Aug 28 Aug 29 1 402
'Mini-Neptunes' beyond solar system may soon yield signs of life 2 Judi Lynn Aug 28 Aug 28 7 572
The James Webb Space Telescope, NASA's next great observatory, passes final ground tests 3 Eugene Aug 27 Aug 28 7 559
Greenland island is world's northernmost island - scientists 0 Eugene Aug 27 Aug 27 5 436
Mystery of Grand Canyon's missing rocks may finally be solved 4 Judi Lynn Aug 27 Aug 27 16 1175
New species of ancient four-legged whale discovered in Egypt 6 Eugene Aug 26 Aug 27 10 798
When Birds Had Teeth 0 Uncle Joe Aug 27 Aug 27 5 408
Interstellar comets visit our solar system more frequently than thought 1 Judi Lynn Aug 27 Aug 27 3 488
Female hummingbirds look like males to avoid attacks, study suggests 1 Eugene Aug 26 Aug 26 5 367
How the Egg Came First 6 Uncle Joe Aug 26 Aug 26 12 619
Fossil seized in police raid turns out to be nearly-complete skeleton of extinct flying reptile 0 Judi Lynn Aug 26 Aug 26 3 555
Honesty study was based on fabricated data 2 janterry Aug 26 Aug 26 1 552
Mathematician reveals world's oldest example of applied geometry 9 Jim__ Aug 4 Aug 26 42 11627
Astronomers Detected a Huge New Structure in The Milky Way, And Don't Know What It Is 17 Judi Lynn Aug 6 Aug 26 78 14240
2010: Physician to be honored for historic decision on thalidomide 13 mahatmakanejeeves Aug 25 Aug 26 12 567
Every year, billions of black ice worms crawl from the ice on Mount Rainier. We have no idea why. 0 Judi Lynn Aug 26 Aug 26 13 663
Insights into the Nazis' failed nuclear program may lie within this 2-inch-tall uranium cube 6 mahatmakanejeeves Aug 25 Aug 26 5 598
Alien life could thrive on big 'Hycean' exoplanets 1 Judi Lynn Aug 26 Aug 26 5 562
Watch this 'surreal' Jupiter eclipse that you probably missed 1 mahatmakanejeeves Aug 25 Aug 25 11 812
SpaceX paused Starlink launches to give its internet satellites lasers 3 Judi Lynn Aug 25 Aug 25 2 576
Soar over Mars with NASA's helicopter Ingenuity on its 12th flight (video) 0 Judi Lynn Aug 24 Aug 24 4 446
Hubble telescope spies a stellar nursery through clouds in stunning image 1 Judi Lynn Aug 24 Aug 24 10 683
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