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The Age of Jellyfish

Amazing. Giant jellyfish have capsized a 10-tonne fishing boat after…

Started by Don

5 Jan 3, 2010
Reply by No name

"The Joy of Physics Isn’t in the Results, but in the Search Itself " excellent essay by Dennis Overbye in today's NY Times: It begins: I was asked recently what the Large Hadron Collider, the giant pa…

Started by Don

3 Dec 30, 2009
Reply by No name

Science Resources (news, info and self-education) On Teh Intrawebs

I've been posting this around diff. places. Please, PLEASE add your own favorite sites in comments. Thanks! News, Info, etc.: http://www…

Started by deadman_932

1 Dec 22, 2009
Reply by Anthony L. Hart

Giant Ribbon Discovered at the Edge of the Solar System

As originally posted here: October 15, 2009: For years, researchers have known that the solar system is surrounded by a vast bubble of m…

Started by Dave G

2 Dec 22, 2009
Reply by Anthony L. Hart

Sources of scientific literature and peer-reviewed papers.

I have been searching for sources of scientific literature for some time now, and I have had only minor success. I was looking for a databa…

Started by Anthony L. Hart

3 Dec 19, 2009
Reply by Reggie

Should we screen feotus's for autism? It has started, from the first baby to be born without the bre…

Started by Fluther

15 Dec 10, 2009
Reply by Rachel Burke

Great example of creationist science fair

This is a link to a school science fair based on Creationism. You have to love the nuts on this kid... 2nd Place: "Women Were Designed For…

Started by Gaytor

7 Dec 7, 2009
Reply by rationalbabble

Researchers show brain waves can 'write' on a computer in early tests

Neuroscientists at the Mayo Clinic campus in Jacksonville, Fla., have demonstrated how brain waves can be used to type alphanumerical chara…

Started by Morgan Matthew

1 Dec 7, 2009
Reply by Morgan Matthew

Ever wonder how much bigger a coffee bean is than a carbon atom? Here's your answer.

The best showcase I have ever seen hands down! Hit the link to check it out! Via:

Started by Morgan Matthew

4 Oct 30, 2009
Reply by Marome

Optogenetics hold the key to future brain disease cures

Those mad neuroscientists, they'll never learn, but maybe in the end we'll all be better off for it. Wired has put together an extremely…

Started by Morgan Matthew

0 Oct 21, 2009


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