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When a Devastating Solar CME Hits Earth...

Started by Pope Beanie. Last reply by Ken Hughes Mar 18, 2014. 1 Reply

House M.D. mind-reading technology

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Will we "Humans" evolve backwards?

Started by Sadly 'M' iCantSay. Last reply by Dave G Jun 15, 2013. 42 Replies

Radio Astronomy... "Sounds" of the Universe

Started by Nathan Hevenstone. Last reply by Nelly Bly Feb 24, 2013. 6 Replies

This was on 60 Minutes- What are your thoughts???

Started by Matt. Last reply by R Allan Worrell Feb 23, 2012. 7 Replies

My Review of the Ganzfeld Procedure

Started by Morgan Matthew. Last reply by Jim Sky Feb 14, 2012. 4 Replies

10 Questions for Stephen Hawking

Started by Sydni Moser. Last reply by Akshay Bist Jul 26, 2011. 18 Replies

Fun Science activities for kids? Any Suggestions?

Started by Jason Lamar Sorensen. Last reply by Jim Sky Jul 11, 2011. 11 Replies

assuming world peace is possible

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Let us talk about unguided processes.

Started by Pancake Croissant. Last reply by Bill Dec 28, 2010. 29 Replies

How the Universe Makes the Building Blocks of Life

Started by Jesus_Was_A_Man_Or_Myth_Or_Both. Last reply by Jesus_Was_A_Man_Or_Myth_Or_Both Nov 30, 2010. 2 Replies

Asteroid Impact Procedures

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SETI procedures

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Possible Geoglyphs Spotted in Peru

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Comment by Adrian on October 7, 2010 at 10:44pm
If you go to YouTube and search for "The death of the oceans?" you will find the clips for David Attenborough's latest documentary for the BBC Horizon series, which documents the ongoing census of the oceans, an international collaborative project to establish a baseline of what actually inhabits our oceans.
Comment by Sydni Moser on October 7, 2010 at 7:06pm
Serotonin Necklace - For Happiness - with link chain

Molecularmuse's Shop
As a scientist-turned-artist, I've chosen to commemorate molecules that are both aesthetic and have functions that suggest a symbolic meaning. I believe that, not only are these molecules beautiful, they are relevant symbols for our modern world.

Hey, there's a recent article about my jewelry in the San Francisco Chronicle!

A percentage of proceeds during the month of September will be donated to the Coral Reef Alliance, which protects and preserves coral reefs through grassroots methods.

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I'm a proud member of EcoEtsy, CCCOE, and MSOE, the Mad Scientists of Etsy.
Comment by Pope Beanie on October 7, 2010 at 3:35pm
It's really equally about the sun's pull, btw. They're saying that weather changes correlate with moon phases--which are global--and not just due to the local, twice-daily lunar tidal effect. The alignments of sun + moon cause the moon phases (independent of the earth's daily rotation), and it only seems to be more of a moon than sun thing because the moon phase is such an obvious visual cue. (Ha, I'm having a hard time explaining this!)

If the correlation between moon phase and weather is only 1% or 2% at most, then it's hardly even worth knowing about (in terms of predicting local weather). How my girlfriend(s) and I felt during a full moon in the park and the fact that my dog howls at it tell me that the psychological effect of phases is even more interesting. :)
Comment by Matt Coulthurst on October 5, 2010 at 5:55pm
I know this article is couple of years old, but I still think it is very cool.

Calculating the speed of light at home

If we'd been allowed to go to the girls' school* to do physics experiments like this I'd probably be a science geek instead of IT.

*I went to a single-sex high school. The boys' school didn't have kitchens at the time so any 'sissies' had to go to the girls' college for home economics. I always wondered what was 'sissy' about being one of the only boys available to 1500 girls.
Comment by Adrian on October 5, 2010 at 4:31pm
Something to think about if you're chilling out with your laptop whilst you read this.

"It may be called a laptop, but there could be a price to pay for using it on your lap regularly, say doctors."
Comment by Adrian on October 4, 2010 at 10:32pm
@Adriana not being a parent, I don't wish to directly criticise the individual parents, but merely point to a dichotomy.

And you are so right that there are some ridiculous costs and restrictions imposed on prospective adopters. As a male, I am biologically able to reproduce, perhaps, into my 90s, but, whilst there is no legal upper age limit in the UK, most agencies will not consider anyone over 45 - 3 months left!
Comment by Adrian on October 4, 2010 at 8:04pm
re the 4 million IVF children, it would be interesting to know how many children grew up in orphanages over the same period.
Comment by Sydni Moser on September 28, 2010 at 9:44am
Wonderful hour long documentary that is well worth your time...

Check HERE to find other the 5 other parts of this program:
Comment by Adrian on September 22, 2010 at 11:44am
This is addictive! My ex-partner is Gluconobacter oxydans, often found in sugar rich or alcoholic areas! Hahahahaha! Very true! However it claims she is non-pathogenic to humans, which I would have to disagree with!
Comment by Adrian on September 22, 2010 at 11:22am
You're being too modest, Adriana. If you'd done your full name then you would have coma back as Q9NUT2|ABCB8_HUMAN - found in the species Homo sapiens. You may be the only actual human amongst us! :-))))

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