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Science Friday

Why do kids have imaginary friends? sciencefriday.com/imaginary
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Cherenkov radiation pix never get old. "Refueling of the High Flux Isotope Reactor at ORNL." Genevieve Martin/ORNL
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You know what you need? Amazing science pictures every week. Sign up for our newsletter: eepurl.com/byRW2D
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Today's the birthday (1852) of Julius Richard "The Dish" Petri, assistant to microbiologist Robert Koch.
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ICYMI, @scifri looked back at how the future of newspapers appeared in '94 poynter.org/2016/20-years-…
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There's real science behind your childhood imaginary friends. sciencefriday.com/imaginary
Manhattanhenge is tonight! What is it anyway? @neiltyson explains. scifri.me/1e
Hey New Yorkers, will you be watching Manhattanhenge tonight and tomorrow? scifri.me/1e
Get that perfect smoke ring... with science. scifri.me/r0t3zx
What are e-cigarettes, anyway? #SciFriLive
Your kid has an imaginary friend. Now what? scifri.me/sd #SciFriLive
Watch the first episode of our guide to imaginary friends here: youtu.be/X8o5e4RV-Fc
What did John Morton predict in 1994? #SciFriLive
.@scifri listeners predict the future of online news - in #flashback to 1994 Join the conversation @ 11am NPR 89.1
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Why does gin and tonic taste so good? Chemistry. bit.ly/1UicFKa via @qz
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20+ years ago, experts on @scifri predicted mobile news. poynter.org/2016/20-years-… Sort of.
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Today at 2p ET: What does science have to say about e-cigarettes? scifri.me/vd
'A Century Of Progress,' the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, opened #otd. Including an exhibit of babies in incubators.
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We've got a great show for you today at 2pm ET. scifri.me/ud
#TBT to the time an astronaut brought candy corn into space. scifri.me/06esnx
Will we ever actually know how smart animals are? scifri.me/rd
 
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