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They still contain the beast's tissue. 
Tiny, delicate vessels that carried blood through a duck-billed dinosaur 80 million years ago never fossilized and still contain the beast's tissue, a new study finds.
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Does this explain the mystery? 
The yeti, a legendary shaggy, bipedal beast from the Himalayas, made headlines last year when a geneticist said he had solved the mystery of its origins. But now, scientists have found the hair samples used in that study came from a Himalayan brown bear.
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There are still a lot of questions about the #Zika virus. 
Scientists are investigating many more questions about Zika than just how to fight it with vaccination.
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Neanderthals were once the closest relatives of modern humans. 
Ancient trysts between Neanderthals and modern humans may have influenced modern risks for depression, heart attacks, nicotine addiction, obesity and other health problems, researchers said.
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Where we're going we don't need roads. 
Laser scans of Britain's terrain may reveal weathered Roman roads that have been hidden for centuries across the countryside of northern England.
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Amazing!
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Sex is one of the most fundamental human drives. 
Pornography has a myriad of effects on the brain, from shutting down the visual system to potentially shrinking parts of the brain associated with reward.
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Earth has a problem: not enough poop. 
Earth has a poop problem. The extinction of whales and other megafauna has resulted in a shortage of mega-manure, which is essential for spreading nutrients around the globe at sea and on land.
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There is plenty in the cattle feed lots polluting our rivers and ocean.
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This is the momentous first detection of #gravitationalwaves rippling through space-time. 
A new image shows how an unobtrusive blip in a light signal from a detector showed a cosmic smashup between two black holes.
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+Sivarama Krishnan The blobs at the top of the image are artist's rendering of what colliding black holes might look like. The waveform at the bottom is the readings from a pair of laser interferometers that detected the same event and thus experimentally confirmed part of Einstein's theory of relativity which was to date unconfirmed. Clear? 
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All three men had a genetically similar strain of HIV. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4addi
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No glove, no love...
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The cyst measured about 10 inches x 10 inches x 8 inches. 
A woman's abdominal pain was dismissed by a doctor, until an ultrasound revealed its cause.
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+Holly's Folly - A Garden I'm good.
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They are two different beasts. 
Gravity waves, gravitational waves and primordial gravitational waves... what do they mean? Is there a difference?
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is this affect history of gravitational force
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Relativity is one of the most famous scientific theories of the 20th century. #LIGO #gravitationalwaves #Einstein 
Relativity is one of the most famous scientific theories of the 20th century, but how well does it explain the things we see in our daily lives?
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Oh but it is all still soo far over my head.... :)
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