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Why it took scientists 23 years to connect this scrap of metal to Amelia Earhart
On the right, the neural connections of a person on shrooms. On the left, boring ol' reality.
Here are all the science experiments we lost when the Antares rocket exploded.
Comic shows a timeline of Hawaii’s explosive history.
Google Seaview is like Streetview, except for beautiful, underwater panoramas.
What science lost in the rocket explosion yesterday:
We still can't get over these close-up aerial drone photos of erupting Iceland volcano.
Two years later, striking images show how Hurricane Sandy changed some neighborhoods
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The trip to the center of the earth that almost happened.
40 years of the world’s best microscope photography
A rocket headed for the International Space Station has exploded. No one was hurt, says NASA.
Google is working on a pill that could detect cancer.
Can people actually feel the weather in their bones?
The incredible pressures behind the natural labyrinths of Bryce Canyon.
Everything you know about living with your cat is wrong.
Farmers create temporary wetlands for birds migrating through drought-stricken California.
The law that predicts how stocks rise and fall, species go extinct, and internet traffic works. via @QuantaMagazine
Spiritual diagrams of the cosmos, rendered with circuits by @jkehe
This cute little froggy ate its unborn brothers and sisters back when it was a tadpole.
Ebola explained: What you should and shouldn't worry about #ICYMI
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Science Graphic of the Week: Twisted magnetic ropes catapult sun-stuff into space.
Nobel Prize winner re-revolutionizes microscopy with hi-res video of cells in action. via @washingtonpost
Really bizarre ocean creatures make for awesome portraits.
“Birds can fly to the moon” was once a serious scientific theory.
How everything, from the Super Bowl to sizzling fajitas, manipulates your brain with sound.
Don’t forget legs day: This computer can measure your athleticism just by watching you jump.
A little taste of Martian living in the Hawai’ian lava landscape. by @kgreene
The wasp whose sting implants its victims with mind controlling larvae.
Remember the Italian scientists convicted of manslaughter for L'Aquila quake deaths? They're appealing the decision:
So Lockheed Martin says it's made a big advance in nuclear fusion… #factcheck
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Italian geoscientists appeal ridiculous manslaughter conviction for 2009 L'Aquila quake fatalities (by @davidwolman)
Scientifically, what’s the worst way to die? via @motherboard
Earth, as seen from the Moon, and other artistic visions of the universe.
The bloody, treacherous, deadly, and yeah, occasionally sexy, history of the mermaid.
Ebola, rabies, SARs. Why are bats such great hosts for some of humanity’s worst diseases?
How a simple system of statistics could completely transform American medicine.
What’s up with that: Why does the flavor of wine change as it ages?
Beautiful new photos of Earth from space taken by @planetlabs enormous flock of minisatellites
Ebola’s US landfall highlights how we've neglected basic procedures for infectious disease control. by @marynmck
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Here’s how doctors are already making 3D printed body parts.
Learn to make Stone Age tools and help scientists understand the origins of language.