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Another week in science

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1 Another week in science on 2013-05-07, 05:49


Hurricane on Saturn: http://bbc.in/11SusNe
Bioengineered windpipe: http://bit.ly/ZCla4R
The cause of aging: http://bit.ly/100q28s
Shark embryos: http://bit.ly/17xvLTL
3D printed ear: http://bit.ly/1092Znn
Breast milk: http://bit.ly/1065uve

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2 Re: Another week in science on 2013-05-20, 07:07


This week in science.

Stem cells: http://bit.ly/12vsvqh
Climate change: http://bit.ly/17RcMX9
Fungi: http://bit.ly/115CdeJ
Butterflies: http://bit.ly/12chvw6
Fossils: http://bit.ly/10OCG68
Depression: http://bit.ly/10dgnHh

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3 Re: Another week in science on 2013-05-28, 06:59



Hydrogen atom: http://bit.ly/Zl2lbu
Diabetes: http://bit.ly/10iK1ei
Icy bacteria: http://bit.ly/16fLwlt
Limb regeneration: http://bit.ly/13K8LwJ
Alzheimer's disease: http://bit.ly/17WdMt5
Culture: http://bit.ly/14Zt9Nx

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4 Re: Another week in science on 2013-05-28, 12:57

nice,hope we find life on other worlds,I think it's inevitable

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5 Re: Another week in science on 2013-11-12, 09:08


Nuclear waste: http://bit.ly/1cHqSxM
Hammerhead shark: http://bit.ly/17dEWHA
Exoplanets: http://bit.ly/17DDZOP
India mission: http://bit.ly/1bYNV2f
New human body part: http://bit.ly/1iMONtd
Asteroid with tails: http://bit.ly/17SZeKf
Carnivorous platypus: http://bit.ly/Hy2Wi2
Dinosaur: http://bit.ly/1c085Je

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6 Re: Another week in science on 2013-11-12, 15:22

that new knee ligament? It's been known about since the late 19th century.

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7 Re: Another week in science on 2013-11-12, 19:03

Pariah wrote:that new knee ligament? It's been known about since the late 19th century.
its been theorised, not known.

by that logic the Higgs Boson was discovered years ago and CERN was a waste of time.

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8 Re: Another week in science on 2013-11-12, 23:16

The Adli Corporation wrote:
Pariah wrote:that new knee ligament? It's been known about since the late 19th century.
its been theorised, not known.

by that logic the Higgs Boson was discovered years ago and CERN was a waste of time.
nope, known. In fact, this "discovery" was published yet again by a french research team in 2011.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21717216

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9 Re: Another week in science on 2013-11-13, 03:40

Pariah wrote:
The Adli Corporation wrote:
Pariah wrote:that new knee ligament? It's been known about since the late 19th century.
its been theorised, not known.

by that logic the Higgs Boson was discovered years ago and CERN was a waste of time.
nope, known. In fact, this "discovery" was published yet again by a french research team in 2011.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21717216
was it discovered in trhe 19th century though? and im talking actually discovered, not just theorised.

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10 Re: Another week in science on 2013-11-13, 13:44

The Adli Corporation wrote:
Pariah wrote:
The Adli Corporation wrote:
Pariah wrote:that new knee ligament? It's been known about since the late 19th century.
its been theorised, not known.

by that logic the Higgs Boson was discovered years ago and CERN was a waste of time.
nope, known. In fact, this "discovery" was published yet again by a french research team in 2011.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21717216
was it discovered in trhe 19th century though? and im talking actually discovered, not just theorised.
it was described in the late 1800's by a dutch physician. I can't give you a full source to check that, though.

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