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The Denisova genome

Started by Adriana. Last reply by Tom Sarbeck Apr 23. 7 Replies

Remember the 40,000 year-old Denisova finger bone that yielded sufficient DNA to…Continue

Tags: evolution, human, genome, DNA, hominin

Do You Need The Universe To Have Had A Beginning?

Started by Tom Sarbeck. Last reply by Tom Sarbeck Nov 19, 2016. 31 Replies

Many if not all human societies have origin myths and they differ greatly.Several years ago a San Francisco-born-and-raised woman told me she is a materialist.An hour ago a woman who was raised a Jehovah Witness and has left that faith told me the…Continue

Tags: cosmology, cosmogeny, evidence, need, universe

Florida schoolgirl charged with felonies for science experiment

Started by Neal. Last reply by Chris Sep 27, 2016. 3 Replies

No science for you woman! Photo: FreeLearningLife - FlickrWednesday, May 1, 2013 -…Continue

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Mandating Scientific Discovery Never Works But politicians can’t seem to grasp that.

Started by Neal. Last reply by Chris Aug 31, 2016. 4 Replies

GOP decides that research should be legislated. Usual nonsense.By Lawrence Krauss|Posted Friday, June 21, 2013, at 7:30 AM…Continue

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Science Bits, News, Videos

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Tully Monster

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Solving the mystery of the Tully MonsterPosted: 16 Mar 2016 12:13 PM PDTThe Tully…Continue

Super weeds in the US

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New York (AFP) - The United States is facing an epidemic of herbicide-resistant "superweeds" that some activists and researchers are blaming on GMO's, an accusation rejected by industry giants.According to a recent study, the situation is such that…Continue

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And you thought the platypus was a nice, cuddly little monotreme. You would not have thought so 5 to 15 million years ago. Palaeontologists have uncovered the fossil of a platypus that looks as though it is on steroids.  The platypus dub the…Continue

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Aussie algae fuel green oil hopeDespite the claims of some, commercially viable fuels from algae have not yet been developed. But newly trialled native algae species provide real hope, a Queensland scientist has found.Dr Evan Stephens and the team…Continue

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Mystery moss rediscovered

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News from James Cook University. Mystery moss rediscoveredA botanical puzzle more than 150 years old could soon be solved, thanks to a discovery by a second-year botany student in Queensland’s far north.James Cook University student Megan Grixti…Continue

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Comment by Doone on June 28, 2017 at 7:52pm

These NASA photographs of Earth's volcanoes will make you feel insanely small:

Comment by Mrs.B on June 28, 2017 at 3:43pm

Good visuals too.

Comment by Stephen on June 28, 2017 at 10:15am

Really fascinating read doone. Thanks.

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Comment by Stephen on June 11, 2017 at 7:48am

Interesting read doone thanks.

Comment by Doone on June 11, 2017 at 7:28am

Einstein, Gödel,and the reinvention of time—how the rise of relativity revolutionized our understanding of existence

Comment by Doone on June 10, 2017 at 8:01am

Ultimately, I learned that raindrops act not only like a prism, but also like a mirror. A mirror is typically a pane of glass to which a silver backing has been applied. Light passes through the glass, reflects off the silver backing, and then passes through the glass again. A raindrop does not have a silver backing (even though a cloud is metaphorically said to have a silver lining) — but some of the light does indeed reflect off the inside back surface of the drop. So in that respect a drop of water is indeed like a mirror. But as the light enters the drop, the angle of travel is bent (refracted) by the change in material. As the light exits the drop, after reflecting off the back, the path of travel is bent again. Different wavelengths of light are bent slightly differently, which causes the colors to separate. So in that respect the drop is like a prism. The angle between the beam that enters the drop and the beam that exits the drop is approximately 41 degrees. The angle ranges from 40 degrees for violet light to 42 degrees for red light. The other rainbow colors fall between these two extremes.


Image credit: “What makes a rainbow? An explanation of atmospheric optical phenomena

Comment by Chris on June 7, 2017 at 10:04am

My dentist told me to use (sodium bicarbonate) baking soda to brush my teeth. He said the alkalinity (Ph) from the baking soda neuteralized the acid from bacteria. He said baking soda is better than tooth paste.

He also recomended using sativa lozenges and gum throughout the day because bacteria eats the sativa rather than the teeth.

Having allergies I tend to breath through my mouth. Antihistimines dry the mouth. My dentist said to take antihistimines  so I can breath through my nose rather than my mouth and use use Dentiva lozenges at night to keep moisture in my mouth.

Comment by Chris on June 7, 2017 at 9:58am

Richard Feynman's book

"Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! (Adventures of a Curious Character)"  is a fun read.

Comment by Mrs.B on June 5, 2017 at 5:16pm

Like......every 10 minutes or so?.............

I do it before bed after brushing, & I have dentures!

 
 
 

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