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The 7 Biggest Unanswered Questions in Physics
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Physicists have solved many of the universe's biggest mysteries. But they're not done yet.
Electric zap ‘wakes’ man after 15 years in a vegetative state
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A man in a vegetative state for 15 years has been able to open his eyes, move his head, and even try to smile, after electrical stimulation of his vagus nerve
FDA halts monkey research denounced by Jane Goodall as ?shameful?
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FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb says he will get expert advice on how the research was conducted and whether it should resume.
What a surprise – the end of the world has been delayed, again
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The planet Nibiru was meant to wipe us out on Saturday. Undeterred by a no-show, doomsday theorists are already peddling more nonsense, warns Geraint Lewis
The Week Ahead For Crude Oil, Gas and NGLs Markets - 09/18/2017 - Drillinginfo
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CRUDE OIL US crude oil inventories increased 5.9 MMBbl, according to the weekly EIA report. With the continuing storm related refinery issues, inventories
Woman arrested after toddler left in hot car at Disney resort
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A 2-year-old girl was found alone Monday afternoon in a car parked at a Walt Disney World resort, Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputies said.
Ultrahigh energy cosmic rays come from outside the Milky Way
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The biggest cosmic ray haul ever points toward other galaxies as the source of the rays, not our own.
Orange, Lake, Seminole, Osceola to get free roof aid
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Free roof help program opens to Orange, Seminole, Lake, Osceola
Cofactor Genomics pulls in $18 million with the aim to save lives through RNA research
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Cofactor Genomics has announced an $18 million Series A financing round led by Menlo Ventures, with participation from DCVC, Ascension Ventures, iSelect, Y..
Meet the team who ?woke? a man from 15 years in vegetative state
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Angela Sirigu and her team stimulated the brain of a man who fell into a vegetative state after a car crash 2001. Now he can move his eyes and listen to music
From day one, a frog?s developing brain is calling the shots
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Frog brains help organize muscle and nerve patterns early in development.
Alzheimer's disease: New genetic culprit found
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A new study challenges the traditional understanding of Alzheimer's disease, as scientists point to a new gene that may be responsible for the illness.
Oxygen-deficient dwarf galaxy hints at makings of early universe
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A recently discovered dwarf galaxy in the constellation Lynx may serve well as a proxy for better understanding the developing chemistry of the early universe, according to a research team that includes University of Virginia astronomers.
UF star Antonio Callaway, Jordan Scarlett among nine Gators facing felony fraud charges
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UF star wide receiver Antonio Callaway and promising running back Jordan Scarlett are among Gators facing felony credit card charges, according to court records filed Monday.
Shows and films about crime, medicine help foster a positive view of scientists, say many Americans
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Many Americans are exposed to science through TV and movies, and they come away with a positive impression of working in science, technology and medicine.
Huge space rocks could have helped start Earth’s plate tectonics
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Nobody knows how or why plate tectonics got started on Earth. But new evidence suggest collisions with space rocks millions of years ago may have something to do with it
Moths, Alive and in Color, in All Their Diversity
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A new collection from the photographer Emmet Gowin delivers an appreciation for the hidden ties between humans and moths as well as art and science.
Trump wants the Department of Education to commit $200 million per year to computer science education
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President Donald Trump will soon direct the Department of Education to commit $200 million every year to K-12 computer science education, which Code.org is..
Giant panda's habitat is 'shrinking'
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Despite signs that numbers of giant pandas are rising, suitable habitat has shrunk, satellite data shows.
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Theoretical Progress Toward Room Temperature Superconductors
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Room temperature superconductors would be a game-changer in our energy-hungry world. Even as we integrate alternative energy sources into t...
Bali Volcano the Latest Excuse for the Lack of Warming | Watts Up With That? on WordPress.com
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Guest essay by Eric Worrall The grumbling Bali Volcano Mount Agung has not erupted yet, but experts are already talking up the dramatic short term global cooling it will cause when it blows. Bali volcano: Here's why the Earth will get a little cooler after Mount Agung erupts By Alle McMahon Something very interesting will?
Tour of the Fan: Lobe
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During the eight years I was surveying every sidewalk in Oakland, taking in the geology and geography as I went, I took thousands of pictures. Here's a baker's dozen of my favorite shots from the ancient alluvial fan that dominates central Oakland, specifically the large segment I call lobe 4. Every part of the Fan?
This Satellite Image Shows The Dire Power Situation In Puerto Rico
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Millions of U.S. citizens are without electricity.
Lake deputy on leave after FHP trooper arrested on child-sex charges
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A Lake County Sheriff’s Office deputy has been placed on adminstrative leave after a Florida Highway Patrol trooper was arrested over the weekend for sexual crimes involving a child
Pandas Are Probably Still Screwed, Sorry
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Last year brought some rare good conservation news: the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the folks who determine which species are endangered and which aren’t, bumped pandas from endangered to vulnerable. That’s a sign that conservation efforts have begun to reverse the effects of the human activity that wiped out the original bamboo-filled panda habitats in the first place. It also makes sense I guess, because science journalists spent all of last year talking about panda
How the John Deere 640FD Tackles Tough Crops in the Field
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With new features, the John Deere 640FD™ is one of the many drapers from Deere that can help producers improve everyday operations.
Research for more climate-friendly cattle awarded PLOS | Cosmos
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The 2017 PLOS Genetics Research Prize has been awarded to a group of UK scientists who have discovered links between an animals diet, microbial community
What Germany’s election results mean for science
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A new coalition could face battles over gene editing and climate regulations.
?Is Climate ?Lukewarmism? Legitimate?? | Watts Up With That? on WordPress.com
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Guest post by David Middleton A very thoughtful column by Ross Pomeroy at Real Clear Science... Is Climate 'Lukewarmism' Legitimate? By Ross Pomeroy September 25, 2017 To many, prominent writers Matt Ridley, Ross Douthat, and Oren Cass are a baffling bunch. They are the visible proponents of the position that climate change is real, manmade, and occurring?
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Renewable energy industry hails ‘landmark’ scheme without government support
Alien galaxies are blasting the Earth with ultra-high-energy cosmic rays
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The origins of the cosmic rays have been a mystery for 50 years
The many ways people have died from Hurricane Irma
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People died from Hurricane Irma - not from winds, but from drowning and heart attacks, among other causes.
Ping-Pong CD Solar Concentrator
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Look at the title of this post, understood anything? The last two words are okay but got any guess whats that pingy pongy stuff. Well, let y...