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The scientist's inevitable challenge - and reward.
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That man could write some stories.
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In case you missed it... Learn about the Science of Cooking from Hervé This (AIR-vay TISS), the world-renowned "molecular gastronomist." http://goo.gl/IIFa3p
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How does an ant actually walk on 6 legs?

(thanks to Imgur http://imgur.com/gallery/wQnLshV)
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In "A Bug's Life," the ants have only four legs.
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In 1 hour... Learn about the Science of Cooking!
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I thought you are going to share a video or a link..
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Did you know there’s a National Geographic project that’s tracking the historic migration patterns of the entire human species?

Dr. Spencer Wells is a leading population geneticist, and director of the Genographic Project from National Geographic. His fascination with the past has led this scientist, author, and documentary filmmaker to the farthest reaches of the globe in search of human populations who hold the history of humankind in their DNA. By studying humankind's family tree - over 650,000 people have already participated - he hopes to close the gaps in our knowledge of human migration

As Dr. Spencer says, “The greatest history book ever written is the one hidden in our DNA.” Come hear about what Dr. Wells has learned from our DNA, and what he hopes to know in the future.

Sign up to watch, post your questions using the Q&A app, then come hear your questions answered live!

This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips

Field Trip Friday on DNA Day, April 25
12PM PT / 3PM ET / 2000 GMT
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yes . I have known this before.
I HAVE WATCHED IT ON NGC & YOUTUBE.
And just wondered whether it is really possible to find out the true children [DNA MAP / TREE] right from  ADAM.
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Can't find the answer anywhere in Einstein's theories...
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It is same as speed of light. When light travels it is followed by dark. So if light is leaving a point by speed of light. Dark is entering the point with speed of light.
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With about 3 weeks until the submission deadline, we know you have questions about Google Science Fair 2014. Post your questions using Q&A, then come watch live!
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Espero solo tener el gusto de introducir algunas expectativas de modo que nos ayude a utilizar al máximo el trabajo de quien se entrega por que la vida nos de alternativas de desarrollo...gracias...
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In 1 hour... Come learn about the Science of Cooking! 
*Hervé This* is a French physical chemist who works for the Food Science & Culture Foundation (Academy of Sciences) in Paris. He’s known as “the father of molecular gastronomy” - the science of cooking. And Hervé This (pronounced AIR-vay TIS) is also a judge for Google Science Fair 2014! Come learn about “the science of cooking” from a master chemist. And if we’re lucky, we’ll see some live experiments! Sign up to watch it, post your questions ...
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العلم فوق الجميع
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How smart are crows, really? Is that Aesop's fable about the crow putting stones in a water jar actually true? Find out by watching this amazing exhibition of crow smarts. http://ow.ly/vMxQd
Researchers set out to see if a crow would raise the water level in a tube by dropping stones in it, as in Aesop’s fable. This video shows the result.
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There really smart crows like the eyes looks evil
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Google Science Fair is an international, online science and technology competition that encourages students between the ages of 13 to 18 to be curious, ask questions, and perform science experiments to answer those questions. In partnership with 
Virgin GalacticLEGO Education, National Geographic, and Scientific American, Google invites these students to post their science projects online so that they may compete for prizes, scholarships, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. 

Google Science Fair 2014 launched on February 12. The project deadline for the competition is May 12.  The 90 Regional Finalists, Local Award winners and Scientific American Science in Action Award nominees will be announces in June.

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