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Science is the new cool on the internet.
Last week, 20,000 screaming fans swamped YouTube celebrities ;at the world ’ s largest online video conference in Anaheim, California . ;Alongside the young celebrity musicians, beauty gurus and pranksters, was an imposing lineup of science rock stars – scientists who have risen to Internet fame through their educational and personality-driven original content. ; ; With tens of millions of views per video and hundreds of millions of views overal...
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Live webcast now featuring Stephen Hawking and Silicon Valley investor Yuri Milner, regarding a new search for intelligent life in the universe.
Milner, a tech start-up ;entrepreneur and philanthropist, is partnering with scientists around the world ;to search for life among the stars
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Passing the speed of light concepts ang go to the future!!
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These chimp revelers are so busted.
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+Cynthia Muhlbach  Yeah that's what I thought!
Coming from an intellect like yourself that's a real complement.  
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People on a stationary bike pedal faster when they simultaneously tackle a mental test [video].
Researchers were surprised to find that cyclists rode faster while taking on easy mental tasks. —Karen Hopkin, Eliene Augenbraun Click here for a transcript of this video.
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I always did better aerobics with music, or while watching TV.  Also, I would read while on the treadmill, sometimes.  Having your mind partially focused elsewhere, does make a difference!  I think music worked best to enhance my workouts.  Well, for me it did, anyway.  I can't workout anymore, due to health related issues and I miss it very much.  :)
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 Two college students discover that starfish have the amazing ability to eject foreign objects through their skin
A funny thing happened when two Danish college students injected tracking tags into starfish. The tracking tags kept mysteriously winding up on the bottom of the tank.
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Somewhere in interstellar space a cat has a chance to preserve quantum coherence, but on Earth, not so much.
Theorists argue that warped spacetime prevents quantum superpositions of large-scale objects
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Who are the brilliant young dreamers, builders and innovators of
tomorrow? Tune in live to meet the 20 global finalists of this year's +Google Science Fair. RSVP here→ goo.gl/DdCIrXh #GSF2015
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A new kind of soft robot hops like a frog and bounces to a safe stop like a ball.
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Supercharged TB, made by India health system mistakes, threatens to spread to rest of world. 
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Population control starts now.
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Hundreds of acres of once-vibrant, postcard-perfect groves that have prospered for centuries are now cemeteries where twisted, dead tree trunks protrude like arboreal zombies from fertile soil in which grass and flowers easily grow.
Officials are torching thousands of olive trees without knowing if fire will stop the spread of a lethal bacterium
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This species of ant is also known as the blue cheese ant.
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Umm, about that rocket... 
The 34-story tall Saturn V was the first vehicle humans ever used to land on the moon. Tyson's model was sent to him from Huntsville, Alabama.
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Transcripts child picture book if you build it to scale ratio percentages and gravitational boundaries
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Founded in 1845, the award-winning Scientific American is the authoritative source for science discoveries and technology innovations that matter. For influential opinion leaders who make policy, business leaders, educators, students and science enthusiasts, Scientific American is the essential guide to the modern world. The longest continuously published magazine in the U.S., it is translated into 14 languages, and reaches a global audience of more than 6 million. Other titles include Scientific American Mind and Spektrum der Wissenschaft in Germany.