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Forget a hybrid Frankensaur - These are the species we want to see in Jurassic World. scifri.me/59dapx pic.twitter.com/TdzNvq4TE4
It's a great time of year to see monarch butterflies in California. scifri.me/abdwpx pic.twitter.com/YUwuTrZdmW
Everything you ever wanted to know about your favorite Thanksgiving side, cranberries. scifri.me/cy2vpx pic.twitter.com/ppH5iZ61UZ
We asked @Laelaps what dinosaurs should appear in Jurassic World before a hybrid Frankensaur. scifri.me/59dapx pic.twitter.com/PV3UIXtyBm
Meet the Balloonatics, the folks who make the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade's famous balloons scifri.me/imoupx pic.twitter.com/Nhd41ZQNBF
What is a comet, exactly? Find out in this new education activity. scifri.me/jk4opx pic.twitter.com/hVzYkKb7ey
How do they make those giant balloons for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade? scifri.me/imoupx pic.twitter.com/LNEMvIfm3i
A listener asked @Ehmee of #TheBrainScoop how to get young girls interested in science. scifri.me/osmopx pic.twitter.com/NWB07x9XaC
Ghosts of Early Language May Linger in the Brain scifri.me/zekopx pic.twitter.com/ftjodFnFyv
Need evidence of global warming? Check out this page. Terrific graph and links. 1.usa.gov/11Pt2I7 pic.twitter.com/YZ7inwR4GB
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Today in 1859 (155 years ago), Charles Darwin published "On the Origin of Species." Happy Evolution Day! pic.twitter.com/Qcp59DAagl
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Would you trust a robot to schedule your life? The folks @NewTechCity did. scifri.me/3wlopx pic.twitter.com/3cuauQFFdZ
Christopher Nolan and physicist Kip Thorne discuss the science of @Interstellar. scifri.me/uumopx pic.twitter.com/GCKUhXuCzZ
"Let them know that asking questions isn't weird." Getting girls interested in STEM w/@Ehmee scifri.me/osmopx pic.twitter.com/zDvEpOnDVe
Fun fact: That flap of skin over a turkey's beak is called a snood. scifri.me/uusmpx pic.twitter.com/wY8xkQpYfg
Christopher Nolan was thinking of Flatland when he was working on @Interstellar. scifri.me/uumopx pic.twitter.com/KwCsuY4O1Y
YES - learn all about comets from all the comet people, then create a sciartistic masterpiece! scifri.me/jk4opx pic.twitter.com/mAytcyfn3r
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At the station - tune into @scifri on your local public broadcast channel! pic.twitter.com/tcCREnLzOj
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Next, would you trust hire a robot as your assistant? @manoushz @alexgoldmark from @NewTechCity are here! #SciFriLive pic.twitter.com/BeE4a3GUvs