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Sea Lily
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NASA probe hears "shriek" in space as it leaves solar system
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A strange, unearthly “shriek” greeted NASA’s Voyager I spacecraft as it became the first man-made object to enter interstellar space.

Tornado Survivor Toddler Killed By Dog
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A double tragedy hits the family of a small boy attacked by a friend's pet while his own shattered home is being rebuilt.

Artist Puts a Human Face on DNA
www.livescience.com

Heather Dewey-Hagborg's 3D portraits were created by analyzing DNA from cigarette butts and strands of hair.

Curiosity Rover Leaving 'Mars Rat' Behind
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There are apparently no plans to study the purported rodent.

Soy Sauce Overdose Sends Man into Coma
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A man who drank a quart of soy sauce went into a coma from the excess salt, doctors reported

The Book
photocopiedlife.blogspot.com

Years ago a book was written. In this book, it dictated how life should be. The book told us what was right and what was wrong. The book tol

Study explores atmospheric impact of declining Arctic sea ice
www.sciencedaily.com

New research explores the impact of ice free seas on the planet's atmospheric circulation.

Fast-sinking jellyfish could boost the oceans' uptake of carbon dioxide
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Increasing numbers of gelatinous plankton might help in mitigating the carbon dioxide problem. In field and laboratory experiments scientist

Shape-shifting nanoparticles flip from sphere to net in response to tumo...
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Tiny spherical particles float easily through the bloodstream after injection, then assemble into a durable scaffold within diseased tissue.

Hubble reveals the Ring Nebula’s true shape
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The Ring Nebula's distinctive shape makes it a popular illustration for astronomy books. But new observations by NASA's Hubble Space Telesco

Beer-pouring robot programmed to anticipate human actions
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Understanding when and where to pour a beer or knowing when to offer assistance opening a refrigerator door can be difficult for a robot bec

Scientists find possible solution to an ancient enigma
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The widespread disappearance of stromatolites, the earliest visible manifestation of life on Earth, may have been driven by single-celled or

Cosmic swirly straws: Galaxies fed by funnels of fuel
www.sciencedaily.com

Computer simulations of galaxies growing over billions of years have revealed a likely scenario for how they feed: a cosmic version of swirl

Hubble sees a swirl of star formation
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The Hubble Space Telescope has captured the image of an unusual galaxy -- a beautiful, glittering swirl named, rather un-poetically, J125013

Plasticized Bodies Come to Singapore Medical School
www.livescience.com

The technology keeps tissues preserved indefinitely.

Ruby and Jade Shine Light on Earth's History
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Scientists propose ruby and jadeite as first 'tectonic gemstones.'

Spotted: 1st Evidence of Leopard Eating Chimp
www.livescience.com

Scientists found chimpanzee bones in leopard scat.

Dolphin-Assisted Birth: Nice, or Nuts?
www.livescience.com

Is a carnivorous wild animal an ideal midwife?

Mexican Cave Art Offers Peek into Pre-Spanish Past
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Archaeologists found thousands of ancient paintings on the walls of caves and ravines in northeastern Mexico.

Exquisite Map of Cosmos Hints at Universe's Birth
www.space.com

The light left over from the Big Bang may help answer some of the thorniest cosmic conundrums.