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John Freeman has a PhD in Physics, he writes, he paints, he tutors and he's a Scout leader. To his frustration he has never been able to dance, whistle, or play anything musical. Ideally he'd like a job that didn't involve getting out of bed so early. Or ever.
John Freeman has a PhD in Physics, he writes, he paints, he tutors and he's a Scout leader. To his frustration he has never been able to dance, whistle, or play anything musical. Ideally he'd like a job that didn't involve getting out of bed so early. Or ever.

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The hummingbird has a point...
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Water moving in space - one of the Universe's most beautiful mysteies:
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Heavy metal Disney - amongst the odder things I've seen this week...
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Two new acheivements in private spaceflight...
The view over the engine bell of a SpaceX rocket, leaving Earth behind for the  GEO satellite belt. Over the last fifteen years a lot of words associated with the fledgling private space flight industry have gone from being said almost in mockery to being s...
Two new acheivements in private spaceflight...
Two new acheivements in private spaceflight...
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'Liquid' - in deep frozen interstellar ice.
'Liquid' - in deep frozen interstellar ice.
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'Liquid' - in deep frozen interstellar ice.
The rings of Saturn, made of trillions of ciy particles loaded with organic matter - how far can chemical evolution get in such places?  Life arose here on Earth... but how far did purely chemical evolution get towards life, on the planetoids and protoplane...
'Liquid' - in deep frozen interstellar ice.
'Liquid' - in deep frozen interstellar ice.
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