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Saganpalooza
Science & Tech  (tags: cal, sagan, Saganpalooza, space, pbs, history, study, science, scientists, world, interesting )

Mari
- 31 days ago - pbs.org
This week is Saganpalooza here at Secret Life, a celebration of the man who inspired thousands both to love science and to share it with the world.
Scientists Detect Direct Evidence of Big Bang's Gravitational Waves
Science & Tech  (tags: cosmology, gravity waves, relativity, discovery, space, research, astronomy, Big Bang, science, scientists, technology )

Michael
- 32 days ago - iflscience.com
In the most anticipated announcement in physics since the discovery of the Higgs Boson, the first detection of a gravitational wave has been reported.
'Waves' Detected on Titan Moon's Lakes
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, space, astronomy, titan moons lakes, 'waves )

Ray
- 32 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Scientists believe they have detected the first liquid waves on the surface of another world. The signature of isolated ripples was observed in a sea called Punga Mare on the surface of Saturn's moon Titan.
2,558 Experts Weigh In on What Your Digital Life Will Look Like in 2025
Science & Tech  (tags: inernet, technology, brave new world in 2025, scientists, NewTechnology, technology )

Cal
- 34 days ago - takepart.com
Will we use technology for good, or is a dystopian future on the horizon?
Giant Virus Resurrected From Permafrost After 30,000 Years
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, discovery, virus, humans )

Mari
- 36 days ago - richarddawkins.net
A mysterious giant virus buried for 30,000 years in Siberian permafrost has been resurrected.
Earth's Infrared Radiation: New Renewable Energy Frontier?
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, NewTechnology, energy, renewables, discovery, heat, infrared emissions )

Michael
- 37 days ago - spectrum.ieee.org
The Earth continuously emits 100 million gigawatts of infrared heat into outer space. That's enough to power all of humanity many thousands of times over.
New Process Converts Algae to Crude Oil in Less Than An Hour
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, oil, algae, concept, research, technology, sustainability )

Michael
- 41 days ago - iflscience.com
It typically takes about 65 million years to convert plant material into crude oil - but now a new process has dramatically reduced the amount of time necessary and can get the job done in about an hour.
Asteroid's 'Bizarre' Disintegration Captured By Hubble
Science & Tech  (tags: Hubble, discovery, astronomy, space, asteroid, research, science, scientists, investigation, Mars, Jupiter, P/2013 R3 )

Michael
- 41 days ago - cbc.ca
Patsy Cline's classic country song "I Fall to Pieces," has nothing on this one. Scientists said on Thursday they have observed for the first time an asteroid breaking apart, crumbling into at least 10 pieces in sort of a celestial, slow-motion train wreck
Very Close Encounter: Enormous Asteroid to Zip Between Earth and Moon Wednesday
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, history, humans, interesting, nasa, news, research, safety, science, scientists, space, study, world )

Caree
- 46 days ago - ca.news.yahoo.com
Earth is in for a close call. Asteroid 2014 DX110 is one of the closest asteroids to approach Earth in recent months. It is set to fly between the Earth and moon Wednesday evening at 33,000 mph and be an estimated 217,000 miles from Earth. Weighing 16,000
Einstein's Lost Theory Uncovered
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, astronomy, discovery, energy, Einstein, research, scientists, society, study, space )

Kit
- 50 days ago - scientificamerican.com
A manuscript that lay unnoticed by scientists for decades has revealed that Albert Einstein once dabbled with an alternative to the Big Bang theory, proposing instead that the Universe expanded steadily and eternally.
Pine Forest Particles Appear Out of Thin Air, Influence Climate
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, discovery, environment, habitat, interesting, research, scientists, study, world )

Kathy
- 51 days ago - washington.edu
Pine forests are especially magical places for atmospheric chemists. Coniferous trees give off pine-scented vapors that form particles, very quickly and seemingly out of nowhere.
Mauna Kea Telescope, World's Biggest, Closer to Completion
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, research, science, scientists, NewTechnology, technology, Mauna Kea, performance )

Michael
- 56 days ago - cbc.ca
The proposed world's-largest optical telescope, designed in Canada, is one step closer to construction after the University of Hawaii approved a plan to lease land at the summit of the island's Mauna Kea volcano.
50 Years After Big Bang Theory, We're Still Not Sure What Happened
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, science, scientists, creation, Big Bang, Big Bang theory, cosmology, research, CERN, Large Hadron Collider, space )

Michael
- 56 days ago - cbc.ca
Half a century after the idea that the universe began with a colossal explosion was first proposed, scientists are still trying to figure out what exactly happened. They're also hoping to build the largest machine in the world to find out.
DNA Results For The Nephilim Skulls In Peru Are In And The Results Are Absolutely Shocking
Science & Tech  (tags: Paracas skulls, DNA tests, scientists, ancient civilisation, genetic history, rchaeology )

Sam
- 59 days ago - asheepnomore.net
How can we explain elongated skulls that are thousands of years old that contain genetic material "unknown in any human, primate or animal known so far"? The results of the first DNA tests on the famous Paracas skulls are now in...
Broken Bone? Biodegradeable Magnesium Implants Could Replace Steel and Titanium Support
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, discovery, health, humans, interesting, research, scientists, study )

Frans
- 61 days ago - industrytap.com
Answers to some scientific and engineering challenges once languished because efficient and timely cross disciplinary cooperation was not technically feasible; there was too much "friction" in the communication process. Biologists, for example...
 

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