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Space.Com: Powerful Solar Wind From Hole In The Sun Pumps Up Auroras
Science & Tech  (tags: Solar Wind, Hole In Sun, Auroras, Communications, Disruption, NASA, astronomy, computer, discovery, habitat, health, history, humans, interesting, investigation, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Fiona
- 9 days ago - space.com
A massive "hole" on the surface of the sun has unleashed a strong solar wind that scientists say may amp up the northern lights in some areas of the U.S. and could disrupt satellite communications over the next few days.
Meet the Higgs Bubble That Will Destroy the Universe. Maybe.
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, space, dangerous bubble, concept, study )

Barb
- 12 days ago - space.com
According to a recent paper, published on March 12 in the journal Physical Review D, the final moment for the universe will be triggered by a bizarre consequence of subatomic physics called an instanton.
Hunting for Triassic Fossils in Pangea!
Science & Tech  (tags: research, ancient, discovery, investigation, interesting, scientists, science, study )

Mitchell
- 13 days ago - washington.edu
Early dinosaur findings, and more. How about a distant mammal relative, a mere 255 million years old?
From Space.Com: What Are The Next Big Pieces Of Space Junk To Fall To Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: Tiangong, NASA, Space, Space Junk, astronomy, computer, Gizmos, history, humans, interesting, investigation, news, science, scientists, space, study, world )

Fiona
- 17 days ago - space.com
Not all space junk is orbiting in a circular path, though. Almost on the same day as the PSLV is expected to re-enter, part of a half-ton (440 kg) European rocket, an Ariane 5, will be heading for Earth,
Cultural Anthropology: Lithuanians And Honey Bees
Science & Tech  (tags: Cultural Anthropology, lithuanians, Symbiotic relationship, honey bees, animals, discovery, environment, habitat, health, history, humans, investigation, research, science, scientists, study )

Fiona
- 26 days ago - nackpets.wordpress.com
In mid-January, the snow made the little coastal town of Å ventoji in north-west Lithuania feel like a film set. Restaurants, shops and wooden holiday cabins all sat silently with their lights off, waiting for the arrival of spring.
Environmental Researchers Realize
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, Habitat Destruction, overgrazing, predators, ruminants, animals, climate, discovery, environment, habitat, interesting, investigation, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Fiona
- 26 days ago - earthfirstjournal.org
Since their reintroduction to Yellowstone and Idaho, gray wolves have done so well that theyâEUR(TM)re reclaiming other parts of the Rockies. Where they returned, wolves have prevented ruminant over grazing which is destructive to habitats.
Google' Doodle Celebrates Mexican Astronomer Guillermo Haro.
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, astronamer Guillermo Haro, March 21, 105 years old, history, humans, nasa, news, science, scientists, space, study, world )

Fiona
- 29 days ago - space.com
Google's latest homepage Doodle celebrates Guillermo Haro, a Mexican astronomer who in 1959 became the first Mexican elected to the Royal Astronomical Society. March 21 would have been his 105th birthday.
From Live Science: Did Prehistoric Astronomers Build Stonehenge?
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, ancient, prehistoric, concept, discovery, history, humans, interesting, investigation, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Fiona
- 31 days ago - livescience.com
In 1964, the late astronomer Gerald Hawkins developed an intricate method to use pit holes and markers to predict eclipses at Stonehenge. However, this does not mean that this is how Stonehenge was intended to be used.
How Stephen Hawking Transformed Our Understanding Of Black Holes
Science & Tech  (tags: Stephen Hawking, Black Holes, Einstein's Theory of Relativity, astronomy, discovery, interesting, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, space, study, world )

Fiona
- 35 days ago - space.com
There's a lot we still don't know about black holes, but these light-gobbling behemoths would be even more mysterious if Stephen Hawking hadn't plumbed their inky depths. Hawking improved some of Einstein's math to do so.
Stephen Hawking, Modern Cosmology's Brightest Star, Dies Aged 76
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, computer, computers, design, discovery, environment, health, history, humans, news, research, science, scientists, study, technology, world )

Caree
- 38 days ago - theguardian.com
Stephen Hawking, the brightest star in the firmament of science, whose insights shaped modern cosmology and inspired global audiences in the millions, has died aged 76
Jupiter as Never Seen, or Known, Before!
Science & Tech  (tags: study, research, science, scientists, space, interesting, discovery, astronomy )

Mitchell
- 42 days ago - skyandtelescope.com
The newest findings from the Juno spacecraft.
The Intelligence of Plants
Science & Tech  (tags: Herbalogy, Botany, Stephen Harrod Buhner, Faculty, Rockie Mountain Center For Botanic Studi, Nervous System of Plants, Self Awarness of climate, discovery, habitat, humans, investigation, research, science, scientists, study )

Fiona
- 43 days ago - dailygood.org
This article is based on an interview with Stephen Harrod Buhner a herbalogist in private practice and former faculty member at Rocky Mountain Center for Botanic Studies in Boulder, Colorado.
Synesthesia Or The Ability Of Some People To "Hear" Colors
Science & Tech  (tags: Synesthesia, Hearing Colors, Dermavision, Feeling Colors, Learning Disabilities, Teaching, Vocatonal Rehabilitation, concept, humans, interesting, investigation, research, safety, science, scientists, study )

Fiona
- 45 days ago - livescience.com
I have been told I was pschyic. I do not believe that. I believe some people have enhanced physical senses. I also feel colors through the delicate skin of my finger pads and see auras. So I identified with this article.
From Science Live: This Caterpillar Sounds Just Like a Teakettle
Science & Tech  (tags: Caterpillars, Caterpillar noise, sounds, teakette, sharp, loud, discovery, animals, habitat, interesting, investigation, news, science, scientists, study, world )

Fiona
- 51 days ago - livescience.com
Caterpillars aren't known for being noisy âEUR" except, perhaps, for the chomping sounds they make while munching on leaves âEUR" but hawkmoth and sphinx moths are far rowdier.
 

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