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  1. "Extinct" Turtle Found

    Started by Fibonacci, 01-13-2007 09:50 PM
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  2. "Girls" - low sex drive? L@@K!

    "A spray that helps increase women's enjoyment of sex has undergone successful trials.": "designed with post-menopausal women in mind, but has also been shown to work for young women with a low libido" Good news (there's only a slight chance...

    Started by Bill Sikes, 02-10-2005 05:05 AM
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    02-11-2005 07:18 AM Go to last post
  3. 'Brain' in a dish flies flight simulator

    (CNN) -- A Florida scientist has developed a "brain" in a glass dish that is capable of flying a virtual fighter plane and could enhance medical understanding of neural disorders such as epilepsy. The "living computer" was grown from 25,000 neurons extracted from a rat's brain and arranged over...

    Started by Tombstone, 11-04-2004 04:01 PM
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  4. 'Myth Busters' TV Slams Free Energy Devices

    From Ted Twietmeyer These self-proclaimed "myth busters" should themselves be busted off television for incredibly bad science. And for assisting the oil companies to increase their iron grip on everyone. The bad Abbott and Costello pair performed narrow minded,...

    Started by CVX, 02-21-2005 11:59 PM
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    03-19-2007 05:59 PM Go to last post
  5. 13 things that do not make sense

    1 The placebo effect DON'T try this at home. Several times a day, for several days, you induce pain in someone. You control the pain with morphine until the final day of the experiment, when you replace the morphine with saline solution. Guess what? The saline takes the pain away. This is the...

    Started by CVX, 01-04-2006 11:17 PM
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    09-12-2006 04:58 PM Go to last post
  6. 161 Years Of UK Soil Tests Reveal Nuclear Fallout

    A simple agricultural experiment begun 161 years ago is today yielding dramatic insights into events - such as nuclear fallout over Britain - unimaginable when it started. Jars of soil collected to measure fertiliser regimes at Rothamsted Research in Hertfordshire have been used to detect...

    Started by illuminati, 09-07-2004 04:33 PM
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    12-06-2004 07:23 PM Go to last post
  7. 40 days and nights in ARK?

    More than 1,000 dead birds fall from sky in Ark. The Associated Press: More than 1,000 dead birds fall from sky in Ark. ( DEAD FISH IN ARKANSAS! DEAD FISH IN...

    Started by flopstock, 01-03-2011 06:11 PM
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  8. A genius explains

    Daniel Tammet is an autistic savant. He can perform mind-boggling mathematical calculations at breakneck speeds. But unlike other savants, who can perform similar feats, Tammet can describe how he does it. He speaks seven languages and is even devising his own language. Now scientists are asking...

    Started by CVX, 05-11-2005 12:27 AM
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    05-11-2005 05:20 AM Go to last post
  9. A hole in the LHC's vacuum bubble safety argument

    One of the four specific risks considered in the most recent official safety review for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the possibility that LHC collisions could trigger a transition to a lower-energy vacuum state. The current review ( by the LHC Safety Assessment...

    Started by LHC Safety Review, 04-11-2015 06:19 AM
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    04-18-2015 04:14 AM Go to last post
  10. A machine that converts thoughts into speech

    'Mind-reading machine' can convert thoughts into speech - Telegraph ( This could be a good thing for some or a bad thing for others.

    Started by OpenMind, 09-08-2010 09:47 AM
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    09-09-2010 03:24 PM Go to last post
  11. A Modest Proposal for Generating the Nation's Power

    The problem with solar power is two-fold, the lack of storage between sunny days and the lack of available sites to locate solar farms. The French, I think, are reported to have piloted a trial of surfacing roads with solar panel material in a sufficiently skid-proof and toughened substrate. We...

    Started by spot, 12-26-2016 03:43 PM
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  12. Abiotic Oil - Science Or Politics?

    By Ugo Bardijr 10-6-4 Ugo Bardi is professor of Chemistry at the University of Florence, Italy. He is also member of the ASPO (Association for the study of peak oil). He is the author of the book "La Fine del Petrolio" (the end of oil) and of several studies on oil depletion. ...

    Started by CVX, 10-06-2004 01:13 PM
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    10-07-2004 04:35 AM Go to last post
  13. Smile Alternative Anthropology.

    A bat, flying about in stygian darkness, in a narrow cave full of catamites and stigmatites, avoids all these obstructions by emitting ultrasonic pulses, and receiving their reflections back. Yeah, Yeah, and I can talk to dolphins. There's another phenomenon, dolphins. They do the same...

    Started by retepsnikrep, 12-27-2006 02:51 AM
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  14. Andrew Wakefield struck off.

    "The doctor who first suggested a link between MMR vaccinations and autism has been struck off the medical register. The General Medical Council found Dr Andrew Wakefield guilty of serious professional misconduct over the way he carried out his controversial research. " Source: The BBC.

    Started by Bill Sikes, 05-24-2010 05:29 AM
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  15. Animals Fled - A Warning Missed

    What do you all think of this? I do believe that animals can sense danger. Take a look at the articles below. 12-31-4 A Reuters report notes that in Sri Lanka, where tens of thousands lost their lives to the Boxing Day tsunami, animals appear to have fled inland before the...

    Started by CVX, 12-31-2004 05:26 PM
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    01-02-2005 05:09 PM Go to last post
  16. Antarctic Forests Reveal Ancient Trees

    By Larry O'Hanlon Discovery News A quarter-billion years ago, forested islands flashed with autumnal hues near the South Pole ó a polar scene unlike any today, researchers say. Geologists have discovered in Antarctica the remains of three ancient deciduous forests complete with...

    Started by CVX, 11-07-2004 10:13 PM
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    11-08-2004 11:40 AM Go to last post
  17. Antique electrostatic device

    Hi, I have had this Newton & co electrostatic disk generator for a few years now that was found in a barn conversion my company done. I need some help with finding out more info on it and a rough valuation. I've done loads of google searches but not really found anything worth while. [/URL] ...

    Started by Gav, 10-28-2016 02:36 AM
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    11-04-2016 05:08 PM Go to last post
  18. Antique Scientific Instruments

    Cool that you have a science section here at FG..... my husband and I collect antique microscopes, compasses, sextants & octants, drafting instruments, surveying instruments, planetariums,lunariums, tripensees, antique medical instruments, electro static devices.., scales.. basically anything cool...

    Started by Cass, 11-29-2004 02:55 PM
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    11-29-2004 06:40 PM Go to last post
  19. Smile Approximating.

    It is an easily acquired accomplishment to work out very complicated problems, approximately. For example. What is 999 times one million and one? Answer. About a thousand million. What would you like estimating? Grains of sand in the Sahara? Drops of water in the Atlantic? How about;...

    Started by retepsnikrep, 01-02-2007 12:29 AM
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    01-02-2007 03:05 PM Go to last post
  20. Archaeological Discovery In England 'Changes History'

    A team of archaeologists working in the Ironbridge Gorge have found the remains of a 17th Century steel furnace. The furnace, at Coalbrokdale, is believed to be the oldest of its type in England and possibly the world. Experts say it was built in 1620 - nearly 100 years before the...

    Started by CVX, 08-19-2004 10:35 PM
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