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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 13 16960
U.S. Space Force is Looking a Place to Put its Headquarters 12 Judi Lynn 17 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 1 427
Galactic crash may have triggered solar system formation 1 Jim__ 6 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 4 221
How long will it take the Space X Falcon 9 to reach thr ISS tomorrow? 2 question everything 5 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 0 320
Basalts Turn Carbon into Stone for Permanent Storage 5 Judi Lynn Saturday 7 hrs ago 9 336
Earth's magnetic field is WEAKENING between Africa and South America, causing satellites and spacecr 10 Judi Lynn Thursday 8 hrs ago 8 554
Mystic Mountain Monster being Destroyed (APOD) 1 Ptah 20 hrs ago 20 hrs ago 8 471
'Exceedingly Rare' White Grizzly Bear Caught on Camera 0 Judi Lynn 22 hrs ago 22 hrs ago 24 804
Meet the South's Newest Salamander 0 RandySF Yesterday Yesterday 10 565
New Weekly CO2 Concentration Record Set at the Mauna Loa Observatory 416.97 ppm. 0 NNadir Yesterday Yesterday 2 252
US SPACE FORCE PREPARES FOR ASTRONAUT RESCUE MISSIONS 5 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 1 294
Lightning Research Flashes Forward 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 5 348
How Many Galaxies Are There? Astronomers Are Revealing the Enormity of the Universe 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 8 405
Higher levels of cognitive ability linked to stronger support for freedom of speech 1 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 4 270
Nobel laureates and science groups demand NIH review decision to kill coronavirus grant 2 NNadir Friday Saturday 10 382
NASA seeks small crew of participants to spend 8 months in isolation 3 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 2 252
Social identity threat predicts the concealment of nonreligious identity, study finds 1 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 11 375
Jupiter Is So Huge, Our Solar System Almost Had Two Suns 6 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 6 448
Newly discovered plant species store manganese in leaves 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 10 297
Jupiter's Largest Moons Might Have Formed From Dust 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 1 155
Coronavirus Appears To Attack Placenta During Pregnancy, Study Says 3 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 6 473
New velvet gecko discovered on one of Australia's northern islands 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 2 225
Earliest evidence of Italians' extraordinary genetic diversity dates back to 19,000 years ago 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 16 481
Algal genome provides insights into first land plants 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 3 134
New genus of Australian lion discovered in Queensland's Riversleigh World Heritage fossil site 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 3 147
Fauci Warned The Trump Administration of a Potential Epidemic Way Back in 2017 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 8 293
Scientists Spot the Biggest Known Explosion in the Universe 1 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 2 321
PLUTO MAY HAVE DEEP, ANCIENT UNDERGROUND OCEAN 1 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 10 290
In Mexico City, experts find bones of dozens of mammoths 1 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 9 222
New Marsquake study could shatter theories on how Mars was born 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 1 169
T cells found in coronavirus patients 'bode well' for long-term immunity. 4 NNadir Friday Friday 3 329
Limited Genetic Diversity Preceded Extinction of the Tasmanian Tiger. 4 NNadir Thursday Friday 6 234
Hawaii just got a new 'largest volcano on Earth.' (Condolences to Mauna Loa.) 4 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 13 503
A massive rotating disk found in the early universe 1 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 4 492
Newly Released Rare Video Is The Last Known Footage of a Tasmanian Tiger 5 Judi Lynn Wednesday Friday 7 529
Pollen-starved bumblebees bite 'half-moons' into plants to make them bloom 4 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 19 522
SCIENTISTS DENY FINDING EVIDENCE OF PARALLEL UNIVERSE WHERE TIME GOES BACKWARDS 7 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 4 626
How the Coronavirus Has Changed Animals' Landscape of Fear 1 milestogo Thursday Thursday 8 517
US seeks to change the rules for mining the moon 5 Judi Lynn Wednesday Thursday 0 336
Astronomers spot potential first evidence of new planet being born 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Thursday 4 252
U.S. Space Command signs space data sharing agreement with Peru 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 220
Temporary reduction in daily global CO2 emissions during the COVID-19 forced confinement 0 NNadir Wednesday Wednesday 3 236
Study shows fewer COVID-19 cases in high-altitude regions 16 Judi Lynn Monday Wednesday 5 564
Mars: Mud flows on Red Planet behave like 'boiling toothpaste' 2 Judi Lynn Tuesday Wednesday 5 393
This formula will 'decode' the habitability of exoplanets 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 3 257
Comet SWAN: A brilliant 'icy wanderer' in photos 7 Judi Lynn Monday Tuesday 35 1944
The fifth force: Is there another fundamental force of nature? 9 Judi Lynn May 14 Tuesday 13 670
One of the world's smallest cats chirps like a wee bird, first-ever audio recording reveals 6 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 7 591
The Preparation of Ultra High Purity Tungsten Free Molybdenum. 11 NNadir May 16 May 17 6 493
Largest ever DMT survey travels to the fringes of psychedelic science 1 Judi Lynn May 17 May 17 14 600
Argentine paleontologists find a ten-meter-long megaraptor in Patagonia 3 Judi Lynn May 16 May 17 10 322
Popcorn Clouds over Rio de Janeiro 0 Judi Lynn May 16 May 16 2 396
First animal 'buckyballs' discovered in 80-million-year-old sea lillies 3 Judi Lynn May 14 May 16 5 596
Chest Radiography Features Determine Patient Outcomes In Young and Middle Age Adults with COVID-19 0 sl8 May 16 May 16 5 558
Why a microwave-beam experiment will launch aboard the Air Force's secretive X-37B space plane 3 Judi Lynn May 15 May 15 2 587
Mauna Kea has had more than a million deep long-period earthquakes over the past 20 years 0 Jim__ May 15 May 15 5 249
ERCOT Warns of Intensified Summer Supply Crunch For Texas Electricity Supplies. 2 NNadir May 15 May 15 0 328
The Sun Is Asleep. Deep 'Solar Minimum' Feared As 2020 Sees Record-Setting 100-Day Slump 4 Judi Lynn May 13 May 15 9 691
Scientists Find The First Animal That Doesn't Need Oxygen to Survive 4 Judi Lynn May 10 May 15 12 579
Researchers capture musical pulses coming from distant Delta Scuti stars and find some appear to HAR 3 Judi Lynn May 14 May 15 7 582
Video Presentation on the Utility of Household Fabrics for Face Masks. 0 NNadir May 14 May 14 5 379
Exploring new tools in string theory 1 Judi Lynn May 14 May 14 3 265
Pluto's wispy atmosphere may be surprisingly robust 1 Judi Lynn May 14 May 14 3 233
How do koalas drink? Scientists find it's not what we think 0 Judi Lynn May 13 May 13 8 688
A gene variant partly explains why Peruvians are among the world's shortest people 1 Judi Lynn May 13 May 13 8 331
Your language brain matters more for learning programming than your math brain 3 Judi Lynn May 13 May 13 4 366
Nature crisis: Moths have 'secret role' as crucial pollinators 1 Judi Lynn May 13 May 13 7 357
The Rise In Nitrite Oxidizing Enzymes in Oxygen Depleted Open Ocean, Iron Demand, and the Atmosphere 2 NNadir May 12 May 13 5 356
New tool helps distinguish the cause of blood clots 1 Judi Lynn May 13 May 13 8 364
Ancient anchovies were huge and used sabre teeth to eat other fish 1 Judi Lynn May 13 May 13 8 423
Coronavirus: Archaeologists uncover dozens of historic sites -- while working from home 6 Judi Lynn May 13 May 13 11 411
Adult skates go one step further than cartilage growth, can repair injured cartilagedffb 0 Judi Lynn May 13 May 13 9 340
Saturn's weird hexagon has 'sandwich-like' layers of hazy mists 6 Judi Lynn May 12 May 12 13 364
The north magnetic pole is leaving Canada for Siberia. These 'blobs' may be the reason why. 3 Judi Lynn May 12 May 12 7 544
Sinkhole opens near the Pantheon, revealing 2,000-year-old Roman paving stones 3 Judi Lynn May 12 May 12 17 835
How heavy is the universe? Conflicting answers hint at new physics. 0 Judi Lynn May 12 May 12 3 295
Mars may be wetter than we thought (but still not that habitable) 0 Judi Lynn May 12 May 12 1 299
New Weekly CO2 Concentration Record Set at the Mauna Loa Observatory 416.83 ppm. 0 NNadir May 12 May 12 3 282
These lava tubes could be the safest place for explorers to live on Mars 1 Judi Lynn May 11 May 12 5 437
After recovering from COVID-19, are you immune? 1 Judi Lynn May 11 May 11 8 539
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