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The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel

The Daily Galaxy -Great Discoveries Channel, is an eclectic text and...

Latest Post: May 21, 2018
In 100-Billion Years Accelerated Expansion --"Will Make It...

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If intelligent life re-emerges in our solar system in a few billion years, observes B. G. Buehler, only a few points of light will still be visible in the sky. What kind of theory of the universe will those beings...
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Dot Physics

Latest Post: May 21, 2018
The 6-Foot Chinese Giant Salamander Is in Serious Trouble

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Scientists figured out one species is actually at least five. Which means conservationists have been going about trying to save the creature all wrong.
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

Breaking science news and articles on global warming, extrasolar...

Latest Post: May 21, 2018
First interstellar immigrant discovered in the solar system

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A new study has discovered the first known permanent immigrant to our solar system. The asteroid, currently nestling in Jupiter's orbit, is the first known asteroid to have been captured from another star system.
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Science Blog

The Web's straight-from-the-source science news destination.

Latest Post: May 21, 2018
First interstellar immigrant discovered in the solar system

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Source: An interstellar origin for Jupiter’s retrograde co-orbital asteroid https://academic.oup.com/mnrasl/article-abstract/477/1/L117/4996014 A new study has discovered the first known permanent immigrant to our Solar System. The asteroid, currently nestling in Jupiter’s orbit, is the first...
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Nautilus

Nautilus is a different kind of science magazine. We deliver...

Latest Post: May 21, 2018
What’s Worse: Unwanted Mutations or Unwanted Humans? -...

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Three of the rare Przewalski’s horses that now roam the area near the Chernobyl nuclear plant. Photograph by Sergey Gaschak After a fatal series of errors and malfunctions in the early morning of April 26, 1986, the core of the Chernobyl nuclear facility melted down and then exploded, killing 31...
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Pharyngula

Latest Post: May 20, 2018
Why is Jordan Peterson so unreasonably popular?

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I think this article by Robyn Pennacchia comes closest to explaining Peterson’s appeal. There are a lot of meaty quotes in there if you want to see the evidence, including a great summary of his bogus transgender pronoun complaint, but the conclusion is excellent. Peterson is telling young men the...
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Science 2.0

Science 2.0® - Science for the next 2,000 years

Latest Post: May 20, 2018
70 Years Ago, The Polaroid Camera Came To Market - And A...

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It probably happens every minute of the day: A little girl demands to see the photo her parent has just taken of her. Today, thanks to smartphones and other digital cameras, we can see snapshots immediately, whether we want to or not. But in 1944 when 3-year-old Jennifer Land asked to see the...
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Science | Popular Science

The Future Now

Latest Post: May 18, 2018
How scientists can be sure that Kilauea won’t turn into...

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Science It's all about their chemistry. Even the largest possible explosive event from Kilauea would still be tiny compared to other volcanoes around the world, from Krakatoa to Mount St. Helens to Vesuvius.
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PLOS Blogs Network

Public Library of Science blogs- Diverse perspectives on science and...

Latest Post: May 18, 2018
Biosecurity: Do synthetic biologists need a licence to...

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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6828-1000 A recent article in New York Times about DIY biology and biohacking sparked a vigorous discussion about biosecurity and regulation of synthetic biology. The article starts with the rather sensationalist title, As D.I.Y. Gene
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Radiolab Blogland

The latest articles from Radiolab Blogland

Latest Post: May 18, 2018
More or Less Human

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Seven years ago chatbots - those robotic texting machines - were a mere curiosity. They were noticeably robotic and at their most malicious seemed only capable of scamming men looking for love online. Today, the chatbot landscape is wildly different. From election interference to spreading hate,...
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