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Nobel Prize winner re-revolutionizes microscopy with hi-res video of cells in action. wapo.st/1pF1BGf via @washingtonpost
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Really bizarre ocean creatures make for awesome portraits. wrd.cm/1sTCCT5 pic.twitter.com/EVup5fut4y
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“Birds can fly to the moon” was once a serious scientific theory. wrd.cm/1yYA377
How everything, from the Super Bowl to sizzling fajitas, manipulates your brain with sound. wrd.cm/1yYwn58
Don’t forget legs day: This computer can measure your athleticism just by watching you jump. wrd.cm/1yYzc6i pic.twitter.com/AFFAaJLXOT
A little taste of Martian living in the Hawai’ian lava landscape. wrd.cm/1r8R9XH by @kgreene
The wasp whose sting implants its victims with mind controlling larvae. wrd.cm/1oeDiDJ pic.twitter.com/zSoh6ci7fL
Remember the Italian scientists convicted of manslaughter for L'Aquila quake deaths? They're appealing the decision: wrd.cm/1tvNo5f
So Lockheed Martin says it's made a big advance in nuclear fusion… wrd.cm/1nqkQYf #factcheck pic.twitter.com/f0TipQNKCA
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Italian geoscientists appeal ridiculous manslaughter conviction for 2009 L'Aquila quake fatalities (by @davidwolman) wrd.cm/1tvNo5f
Scientifically, what’s the worst way to die? bit.ly/1w3qDUb via @motherboard
Earth, as seen from the Moon, and other artistic visions of the universe. wrd.cm/1w3qqjC pic.twitter.com/GCqh0oIy4l
The bloody, treacherous, deadly, and yeah, occasionally sexy, history of the mermaid. wrd.cm/1sfDReR pic.twitter.com/BuH4JjZN13
Ebola, rabies, SARs. Why are bats such great hosts for some of humanity’s worst diseases? wrd.cm/1w7putP pic.twitter.com/x3AuIcyhq2
How a simple system of statistics could completely transform American medicine. wrd.cm/1p9OtZg
What’s up with that: Why does the flavor of wine change as it ages? wrd.cm/1p9NqbK pic.twitter.com/NFAwVhucRT
Beautiful new photos of Earth from space taken by @planetlabs enormous flock of minisatellites wrd.cm/11jdhIV pic.twitter.com/mMyfSKtQTf
Ebola’s US landfall highlights how we've neglected basic procedures for infectious disease control. wrd.cm/1w1U1Jt by @marynmck
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Here’s how doctors are already making 3D printed body parts. wrd.cm/1w1YnA9 pic.twitter.com/GSryOYzmAd
Learn to make Stone Age tools and help scientists understand the origins of language. wrd.cm/1w1V6Rm pic.twitter.com/w1GgYj3NEh
Beautiful planned cities seen from space (WIRED Classic gallery from 2012). wrd.cm/1sDQO3Q pic.twitter.com/ZV0TMjnCNT
Comb jellies: Tiny undersea ravers of death. wrd.cm/1rlAxuQ pic.twitter.com/aoqg60hjbg
Social spiders show biologists how evolution might drive altruism. wrd.cm/1wbXhSl via @QuantaMagazine pic.twitter.com/OXwoKWaGne
Explore the ocean deep using the most detailed ever interactive map of the sea floor. wrd.cm/ZucfZn pic.twitter.com/yhjfXv1zrn
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Your beer attracts fruit flies on purpose. wrd.cm/ZuclQL by @aisneed
Should it still be legal to imprison chimpanzees against their will? wrd.cm/Zudvf8 by @9brandon pic.twitter.com/birr7kNW8K
Will the US plan to screen passengers for Ebola work? wrd.cm/1Ezt1a3 by @marynmck
The earth has an anus, and other insane teachings from the guy who invented airlines. wrd.cm/1yNmecv
How did the Nobel Prize come to be the most important award on the planet? wrd.cm/1xmot1L
Watch Mount St. Helens Erupt in 1980 with an awesome animated view from space (@eruptionsblog) wrd.cm/1yNgzD4 pic.twitter.com/qYWf28zudh
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Spacewalk! A beautiful view as @astro_reid takes Expedition 4's first jaunt outside the ISS. wrd.cm/1rXfMcw pic.twitter.com/Vubmcj4Gtm
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Watch Live Now: Total lunar eclipse turns the moon red: wrd.cm/Zss3Mf pic.twitter.com/m6H8Z7c7HW
Watch the total lunar eclipse live starting at 2 am PT / 5 am ET wrd.cm/Zss3Mf pic.twitter.com/BocXeYYh4X
Our Spider of the day is Archer! He's into hiking, movies about Greek Mythology and hiding in noses. pic.twitter.com/CE2XfsuWpw
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This Bill Gates portrait was painted for the Nov 2000 cover of WIRED. Now it could be yours. wrd.cm/1s6Z6AS pic.twitter.com/oSW4FVnAUG
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How did the Nobel Prize become the biggest award on the planet? wrd.cm/1xmot1L
Up for bids: This contraption is the first electric keyboard (+ more sci & tech history gems) wrd.cm/1s8xbBF pic.twitter.com/fsqgdEzbdr
Up For Bids: Apple 1 motherboard hand-built by Woz (~$400k) + more science & tech history gems wrd.cm/1s8xbBF pic.twitter.com/DJNYttKNcl