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Galaxy Zoo, where you can help astronomers explore the Universe

The Galaxy Zoo files contain almost a quarter of a million galaxies which have been imaged with a camera attached to a robotic telescope (t…

Started by Morgan Matthew

2 Feb 18, 2009
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9 Real Life Mad Scientists

Read here Are we too hard on mad scientists? After all, many of the world's greatest discoveries were made using experiments that would mak…

Started by Morgan Matthew

0 Feb 17, 2009

Ants with Powerful Jaws can fling themselves through the air: evolution is cool

Check out this article: http://holy-web.blogspot.com/2009/01/trap-jaw-ants-using-their-powerful.html "Trap-jaw ants, Odontomachus bauri,…

Started by Andrew the Fluffer

0 Feb 8, 2009

star trek was wrong

Looks like we might have cloaking devices before the Romulans. http://www.matternews.com/Research/Next_generation_cloaking_device_demonstr

Started by Fargone

1 Jan 19, 2009
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The Selfish Gene versus Molecular Drive

I was rooting through the bargain bin at my local book store and found Dear Mr. Darwin: Letters on the Evolution of Life and Human Nature b…

Started by Fargone

5 Jan 18, 2009
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Scientists plan to ignite tiny man-made star

Inside the target chamber, where scientists will attempt to create an artificial sun. Photo: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory man-m…

Started by Morgan Matthew

3 Jan 1, 2009
Reply by Mike

Spirituality Spot Found in Brain

What makes us feel spiritual? It could be the quieting of a small area in our brains, a new study suggests. The area in question — the rig…

Started by Morgan Matthew

1 Dec 26, 2008
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Nanotechnology vs. God: "The more a group believes in invisible and quite extraordinarily silent sky-people, the less they approve of mini-machines."

The U.S. is experiencing an apocalyptic showdown even as we speak. In one corner we have nanotechnology, which could potentially end the…

Started by Morgan Matthew

2 Dec 12, 2008
Reply by Joe

Pig organs: Ready for humans at last?

IN THE not too distant future, a person in need of a heart transplant could be offered a pig's organ. That's the hope of a group that met i…

Started by Morgan Matthew

0 Nov 27, 2008

e=mc2: 103 years later, Einstein's proven right

PARIS (AFP) – It's taken more than a century, but Einstein's celebrated formula e=mc2 has finally been corroborated, thanks to a heroic com…

Started by Morgan Matthew

0 Nov 21, 2008

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