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1. COROT To Scout For Rocky Planets Around Other Stars
Posted in Astronomy
Rocky planets not much bigger than Earth could be detected by a space telescope called COROT set to launch on 27 December.
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2. Moths Drink The Tears Of Sleeping Birds
Posted in Flora and Fauna
A species of moth drinks tears from the eyes of sleeping birds using a fearsome proboscis shaped like a harpoon, scientists have revealed.
2. Moths Drink The Tears Of Sleeping Birds
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3. Huge Plant-Eating Dinosaur Unearthed In Spain
Posted in Flora and Fauna
Scientists in Spain have found the fossilized remains of one of the largest animals ever to walk the Earth, a gargantuan plant-eating dinosaur up to 125 feet long and weighing as much as seven elephants.
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4. Florida Homecoming Caps Shuttle Mission
Posted in Astronomy
Space shuttle Discovery flew through gray Florida skies and safely touched down on a Kennedy Space Center runway at twilight on Friday to cap a 13-day mission to continue construction of the International Space Station.
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5. Giant Squid Caught On Video By Japanese Scientists
Posted in Flora and Fauna
Its mass of reddish tentacles flailing, a giant squid fought a losing battle to evade capture in a video unveiled by Japanese scientists on Friday.
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6. Unseasonable Flowering In The Netherlands
Posted in Flora and Fauna
Observers in the Netherlands reported that more than 240 wild plant species were flowering in December, along with more than 200 cultivated species. According to biologist Arnold van Vliet of Wageningen University, this unseasonable flowering is being caused by extremely high autumn temperatures.
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7. Bears Have Stopped Hibernating
Posted in Flora and Fauna
Bears have stopped hibernating in the mountains of northern Spain, scientists revealed yesterday, in what may be one of the strongest signals yet of how much climate change is affecting the natural world.
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8. Spain Set For Warmest Year On Record
Posted in Earth Sciences
This year is on track to be the warmest on record in Spain, a country which was already hot before global warming set in, the government said on Tuesday.
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9. Floods Hit South Malaysia, 30,000 Flee Homes
Posted in Earth Sciences
Southern Malaysia has been hit by the heaviest rains in 100 years this week and resultant flooding has forced about 30,000 people to flee their homes, news reports said on Wednesday.
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10. Discovery Set to Leave Space Station
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Space shuttle Discovery's astronauts have rewired the space station, managed three spacewalks, and now completed the most difficult task of their mission: getting a stubborn, solar array folded up during an impromptu fourth spacewalk.
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11. NASA, Google Aim For Virtual Space Travel Online
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Web surfers may soon be able to explore the canyons of Mars and experience a virtual flight over the surface of the moon thanks to a deal announced on Monday between Web search company Google Inc. and the NASA Ames Research Center.
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12. Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries Of 2006
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From the discovery of 100,000 year old shell beads in the Middle East to the uncovering of the first Egyptian Tomb since King Tut, these are the top 10 archaeological finds of 2006.
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1. Chickenpox Vaccine A Success
1. Chickenpox Vaccine A Success
(Since the U.S. began routine chickenpox vaccination in 1995, the number of Americans sent to hospitals by the infection each year has dropped by more than two-thirds, government researchers reported Monday.)
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2. Weird New Creatures Found in Antarctica
2. Weird New Creatures Found in Antarctica
(Several strange creatures including a psychedelic octopus have been found in frigid waters off Antarctica in one of the world’s most pristine marine environments. )
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3. Smartphones Beat PC Revolution, Dot Com Boom and Social Networks in Growth.
3. Smartphones Beat PC Revolution, Dot Com Boom and Social Networks in Growth.
(Smartphone usage is officially the fastest growing technology trend of the past 3 decades.)
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4. Japan Disaster - Before & After Cleanup Photo Gallery
4. Japan Disaster - Before & After Cleanup Photo Gallery
(This gallery of photographs shows the widespread devestation documented shortly after the 2011 disaster, and follows it up with a shot taken in the same place 3 months later. Quite a stunning compilation!)
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5. Chimpanzees Hunt Using Spears
5. Chimpanzees Hunt Using Spears
(Chimpanzees in Senegal have been observed making and using wooden spears to hunt other primates, according to a study in the journal Current Biology.)
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6. Top 5 NASA Space Missions Of All Time
6. Top 5 NASA Space Missions Of All Time
(These are the top 5 accomplishments of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to date. We cant wait to expand this list, so get to work NASA!)
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7. NASA Goes Asteroid Hunting in a Zeppelin
7. NASA Goes Asteroid Hunting in a Zeppelin
(NASA goes after the fragments of an asteroid that touched down in Nevada with the help of a chartered airship.)
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8. How Jellyfish Work
8. How Jellyfish Work
(Jellyfish are probably some of the most unusual and mysterious creatures that you'll ever encounter.)
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1. Old Rovers Learn New Tricks to Kick Off Year Four
1. Old Rovers Learn New Tricks to Kick Off Year Four
(NASA's twin Mars rovers, nearing the third anniversary of their landings, are getting smarter as they get older.)
Rating: 3.01
Category: Astronomy
2. Strange Solar System Discovered
2. Strange Solar System Discovered
(Astronomers have spotted a strange new solar system with small "puffy" planets packed in close orbit to their sun. )
Rating: 3
Category: Astronomy
3. South Korea Marines Vow Revenge
3. South Korea Marines Vow Revenge
(South Korea's Marine commander on Saturday vowed "thousand-fold" revenge for a North Korean attack that killed two servicemen and two civilians and prompted an unusual expression of regret from North Korea.)
Rating: 2.99
Category: Humanity
4. Laws of Physics May Vary Across The Universe
4. Laws of Physics May Vary Across The Universe
(A team of Australian and English astrophysicists may have radically transformed our understanding of the cosmos last week with a discovery suggesting that the laws of physics (as we know them) may not apply to the whole Universe!)
Rating: 2.99
Category: Astronomy
5. Lionfish Invasion? Just Eat Them!
5. Lionfish Invasion? Just Eat Them!
(Florida marine conservationists have come up with a simple recipe for fighting the invading lionfish that is gobbling up local reef life -- eat them.)
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Category: Flora and Fauna
6. Mutant Worms Spin Spider Silk
6. Mutant Worms Spin Spider Silk
(As strange as it sounds, scientists and businessmen alike have been trying to harvest the incredibly strong webbing of spiders for years. What most people don’t know is that spider webs are made out of an extremely durable silk, so durable in fact that it can be stronger than kevlar! )
Rating: 2.98
Category: Medicine and Biology
7. U.S. House Shifts $16 Bln Toward Renewable Energy
7. U.S. House Shifts $16 Bln Toward Renewable Energy
(The U.S. House of Representatives on Saturday passed a Democratic rewrite of U.S. energy policy that strips $16 billion in tax incentives away from Big Oil and puts it toward renewable energy sources like wind and solar power. )
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Category: Technology
8. New Source of Stem Cells!
8. New Source of Stem Cells!
(Scientists isolate and culture stem cells from placenta with characteristics of both embryonic and adult stem cells.)
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Category: Medicine and Biology