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Ticks Fed on Dinosaurs -Here's Proof!
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, archaeology, research )

John
- 3 days ago - researchgate.net
Trapped in 100-million-year-old amber, the fossils are the first ever evidence linking ticks to a dinosaur host.
Shrews in Winter Shrink Their Skulls and Brains
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, research )

John
- 4 days ago - nytimes.com
Bad news, bears. Hibernation is no longer the coolest thing animals do to survive the winter. As cold weather approaches, tiny mole-like creatures known as red-toothed shrews will shrink their own heads, reducing their skull and brain mass!
Drinking Water On Empty Stomach
Health & Wellness  (tags: japan, water, empty stomach, scientific tests, diet, food, interesting, research, study )

Lone
- 10 days ago - bbncommunity.com
It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have proven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers
ScallopsâEUR(TM) Amazing Eyes Use Millions of Tiny, Square Crystals to See
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, discovery, interesting, research, science, scientists )

John
- 14 days ago - sciencenews.org
ThereâEUR(TM)s stiff competition for the most elaborate eyeballs in the animal kingdom, but a mollusk that turns up on dinner plates might be a finalist.
Mystical Yeti Was a Bear!
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, investigation, research )

John
- 14 days ago - sciencenews.org
Campfire legends of massive, shaggy bipeds called yetis are grounded in a less mysterious truth: bears.Eight samples of remains such as fur, bones and teeth purportedly from mountain-dwelling yetis actually come from three different kinds of bears.
Pterosaur Eggs for Breakfast?
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, scientists, study, paleontology )

Mitchell
- 14 days ago - npr.org
Huge numbers of Pterosaur eggs found in China!
Black Holes Are Simpler Than Forests
Science & Tech  (tags: Black Holes, Forests, Albert Einstein, Human Brain, Human Comprehension, Simplicity, astronomy, climate, discovery, design, concept, energy, humans, interesting, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, world )

Fiona
- 15 days ago - aeon.co
Einstein said that the âEUR~most incomprehensible thing about the Universe is that it is comprehensible. In matters of comprehension "science does have its limits." Human brains evolved to be adaptable, but!?!
Super Volcanoes Are a Bigger Threat Than We ThoughtâEUR"But Don't Freak Out
Science & Tech  (tags: Super Volcanoes, Volcanic Eruptions, Sulfuric Acid, University of Bristol, Geology, Vulcanology, research, world, history, news )

Cat
- 17 days ago - earther.com
Well, this is not reassuring. Scientists have determined that the time between explosive volcanic âEUR~super-eruptionsâEUR(TM) is actually much less than previously thought.
Even a Small Oil Spill Is Bad News for Birds
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, animals, research )

John
- 19 days ago - sciencenews.org
Ingesting even small amounts of oil can interfere with the animalsâEUR(TM) normal behavior, researchers reported November 15 at the annual meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry North America.
Think You Know the Moon?
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, astronomy, discovery, investigation, interesting, research, scientists, science )

Mitchell
- 22 days ago - jsg.utexas.edu
Our moon had a "facelift" of sorts!
Flies Carry Even More Bacteria Than You Might Think
Science & Tech  (tags: Flies, science, study, scientists, safety, research, humans, environment )

Lindi
- 22 days ago - newschannel5.com
Flies can be pretty annoying. But one international team of researchers says they could also be harmful!
Privacy Chaos: Web Sites Can Watch Your Every Keystroke And Cursor Movement
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, humans, internet, investigation, interesting, research, society, technology, privacy nightmare, web sites, government, intel agencies, spying and tracking, permanent surveillance, technocracy )

Ricardo
- 23 days ago - technocracy.news
The Internet is in jeopardy of complete meltdown because of privacy invading scripts used by vast numbers of corporate and government web sites, usually without your knowledge or permission. Harvested data is extremely valuable to marketers and...
CRISPR Can Now Hitch a Ride on Nanoparticles to Battle Disease
Science & Tech  (tags: GeneticEngineering, medicine, research )

Glenn
- 24 days ago - singularityhub.com
CRISPR gene editing's dirty secret? ThereâEUR(TM)s no perfect way to deliver CRISPR to cells safely. Now, a new study suggests nanoparticles may be the answer.
 

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