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Mysterious Objects at Edge of Electromagnetic Spectrum
Science & Tech  (tags: Space, electromagnetic spectrum, Fermi telescope, Fermi bubbles, Milky Way galaxy )

Maria
- 883 days ago - earthsky.org
Probing the universe at wavelengths the human eye can't see, NASA's Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope has just completed an all-sky map.
Earth Heading for Another 'Little Ice Age'
Science & Tech  (tags: Earth, ice, climate, science )

Jackeline
- 1167 days ago - news.com.au
Researchers from the US National Solar Observatory (NSO) and the Air Force Research Laboratory were considering today whether a decline in solar activity could lead to a period similar to the Maunder Minimum in the 17th century
25 Awesome IPhone Apps for Online College Students
Science & Tech  (tags: iPhone, Apps, smartphone, students )

Remy
- 1190 days ago - onlinecolleges.org
The iPhone is considered by many to be the ultimate smartphone. This is no different among online college students who use smartphones for everything from socializing to studying. Here are 25 awesome iPhone apps for college students.
Physics Breakthrough Paves Way For Invisibility Cloak
Science & Tech  (tags: physics, breakthrough, cloak )

Edward
- 1390 days ago - foxnews.com
It's been a staple of science fiction for years -- and a dream of scientists for nearly as long. Now researchers have taken a big step toward making a working invisibility cloak.
Neutron Stars May Be Too Weak to Power Some Gamma-Ray Bursts; Black Holes May Be Power Source
Science & Tech  (tags: gamma ray, black holes, power source )

Edward
- 1389 days ago - sciencedaily.com
A gamma-ray burst is an immensely powerful blast of high-energy light thought to be generated by a collapsing star in a distant galaxy, but what this collapse leaves behind has been a matter of debate.
Terrifying New Species of Dinosaur Discovered in China By British Student
Science & Tech  (tags: Dinosaur, discovery, China, British student, research )

Sophie
- 1622 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
A British Phd student has discovered a terrifying new species of dinosaur in China. Michael Pittman and an American colleague stumbled on the near-complete fossil skeleton of Linheraptor exquisitus during a field trip to Inner Mongolia.
A Fingerprint for Genes: Scientists Develop New Strategy to Play Major Role in Research on Human Diseases
Science & Tech  (tags: cardio-vascula, endocytosis, Cells )

Suzane
- 1631 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Cells may not have a mouth, but they still need to ingest substances from the external environment. If this process -- known as endocytosis -- is affected, it can lead to infectious diseases or cardio-vascular diseases, cancer, Huntington's and diabetes.
Depleted Uranium a Tool to Depopulate the World
Science & Tech  (tags: science, environment, health, genocide, holocaust )

John
- 1632 days ago - nwoobserver.wordpress.com
UC Regents lose control of nuclear weapons program: Research on population control, preventing future births, is now being carried out secretly by biotech companies. Depopulation is deliberate killing off of large segments of living populations : Eugenics
40 Best Social Sites for Science Geeks
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Geek, Social Media, Students, Internet )

Sophie
- 1637 days ago - phlebotomytechnicianschools.com
Here are 40 best social sites for science geeks. Whether looking for an old friend, classmate, colleague, or looking to meet the new, they offer loads of help.
Beetle's Brilliant Hue Preserved After 600,000 Years
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 1646 days ago - news.discovery.com
Ancient history often appears black and white, since artifacts, fossils and other remains usually lose their color over time. But researchers have just found an iridescent blue-green bug that looks like it did 600,000 years ago when it was alive.
 
 
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