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New camouflage technology responds to light.
The material could create an infinite range of different colors and shapes. 
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Still not quite there yet
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The science of chubby bugs
Yes, but they never lose that slender figure. 
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В детстве до жути боялась гусениц всякого вида, а где-то лет 5 стала за собой замечать, что абсолютно нет боязни, даже в руки беру, и при этом боюсь причинить им вред, наверно, старею и мудрее
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How the first practical solar cell came to be
60 years ago this week, the modern solar cell came into being. Here's how.
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+Marc Joseph Gerland Marasigan I think Grid Tie System is already available here in the Philippines for those who have their own supply. This is a very good solution against battery cost. 
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You'll need: clothespins, wood glue, a utility knife, and matches
Update your desktop arsenal with this creation
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Haha, nice. xD 
May come in handy. 
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They've been watching since 1937, hoping to see a pitch drop fall. Finally, success!
None of these pitch drops have ever been seen dropping. Until now. 
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yes!! Thats another work god. 
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"Many scientists believe that science is very objective and factual. It's a wonderful aspiration, but it's actually not true."
A new fellowship seeks to fund biology research that's been overlooked because of gender bias.
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Nice to see some discussion being made for this. I do think there is a limit to this "biological relativity" but this limit is far from today's orthodox science..
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Big announcement from Google: Starting this morning, Google Maps will show you how a location has changed over time.
See progress (or decay) on the march, right on your computer screen. 
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+Lee Evans Could be worth looking at.
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Make your own powdered liquor, in three easy steps.
Fluffy like confetti and just as liquorous as the bottled stuff
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The thing that makes booze booze is ethanol. How can you make ethanol solid?
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Gallery: The best new cars and tech from the 2014 New York International Auto Show
Head-up displays, cordless smartphone charging, and more
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i like it 
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Scientists have created cloned human embryos from the cells of two adults.
Another step toward having your own reserve of spare stem cells on demand
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We aren't religious. Of course there are good things about cloning people (e.g. for diseases), but we don't support any kind of cloning (poor sheep Dolly, RIP), because it can be dangerous as well.
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