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    http://www.sliptalk.com/left-handed-facts/Well.

    ..everyone should know....I am left handed...I took a test in school and in the navy that said I use both sides of my brain equally... so i am not sure about using the right side the most....but if that is the case, only left handed people are in their right mind ;)
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    Breaking news: NASA rover finds active,

    ancient organic chemistry on Mars - December 16, 2014.This is exciting news!.http://www.redorbit.com/news/space/1113300317/breaking-nasa-rover-finds-active-ancient-organic-chemistry-on-mars-121614/
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    Science Fair... A student at Eagle Rock Junior

    High won first prize at the Greater Idaho Falls Science Fair on April 26th. In his project, he urged people to sign a petition demanding strict control (or total elimination) of the chemical "dihydrogen monoxide." Here were his reasons: 1) It can cause excessive sweating and...
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    I love Science, and have done

    since I was a child. It was my best subject in school and remains one of my favourite subjects now. I regard science, along with history, as by far and away the most reliable method for understanding the world around us and the way it functions. I think we should all be...
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    As a musician, I find it fascinating

    that the brain's neurons fire at the same frequency as the pitch played. The nerves of the ear are connected to the facial muscles, and when you sing to an autistic patient. You are able to make eye contact with them, and create an emotional bridge in the therapeutic...
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    Large Hadron Collider starts up again

    after two-year upgradeThe world's largest particle smasher restarted Sunday after a two-year upgrade that will allow physicists to explore uncharted corners of what makes up the universe, including dark matter and antimatter. http://phys.org/news/2015-04-cern-hadron-collider...
    nocool nocool 41-45, M 2 Responses Apr 5

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    Fotones.. Bend.. Reflection.

    . Refraction.. Dispersion.. To reveal.. True colors.. Of light..
    Kardia Kardia 36-40 2 Responses 3 days ago

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    The Hubble Telescope Celebrates 25 Years.

    ..NASA launched the Hubble Space Telescope, 25 years ago this week, on April 24, 1990. The $2.5 billion project has transformed the way the public and scientists understand the epic scale and cosmic structures of space.The telescope is equipped with cameras and instruments...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 2 Responses Apr 23

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    Whenever you feel sad.

    . Just remember there are billions of cells in your body and all they care about is YOU :D
    hopeless220 hopeless220 18-21, F 3 Responses Nov 28, 2014

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    Are there any physicists,

    astrophysicists, radio astronomers, bioanthropologists, biologists in here?
    bigbangFACTS bigbangFACTS 41-45, M 1 Response Apr 13

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    The human can see primary colors

    and their derivations Dogs see Blue and Yellow and only (their derivations) How do they percieve Green objects and how do we percieve the colors we cannot see?
    aliwashere aliwashere 13-15, F 1 Response May 16

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    Well i learned something new today -

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMXLAK6Ynfc
    XUD9 XUD9 18-21, M Apr 6

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    MangaIsLoveMangaIsLife MangaIsLoveMangaIsLife 13-15 6 Responses 5 days ago

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    Supermoon...Tomorrow night (August 10th),

    we will be treated to a "supermoon" - and it is predicted to be the best one of the year.This phenomenon occurs when the lunar phase coincides with its perigee. In plain English, this is a full moon that occurs when it is at its closest point to the Earth.The result is that the...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 3 Responses Aug 9, 2014

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    Doppler effect.. Di-di,

    di-di, di-da, da-da, da-da..
    Kardia Kardia 36-40 5 Responses Apr 10

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    Where would we be without it!

    I would totally make out with science if I could!
    1ANGRYtitan 1ANGRYtitan 16-17, M 3 Responses Nov 20, 2014

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    Just are so amazed how we can literally see

    what to us is invisible, like the corona of the sun made from plasma. It's amazing.
    RedLineEngineer RedLineEngineer 18-21, M 3 Responses May 21

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    Its always been my favorite subject.

    I love learning new things and sharing cool facts. Speaking of which, did you know if you don't ********** regularly your penis will shrink? Cool, huh?
    TGBman TGBman 22-25, M 2 Responses Apr 27

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    jacqueline212 jacqueline212 18-21, F 17 Responses Nov 27, 2014

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    Coffee

    I work with scientists. Yesterday I got a lesson in making coffee from a scientist. I shall attempt to impart his scientific wisdom... though much of it has escaped my mind already: Always use cold water. Something about how cold water holds more oxygen than warm, and oxygen is...
    Fallflower Fallflower 36-40, F 8 Responses Nov 15, 2013

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    The Male And Female Brain

    This was inspired upon reading a story by one of my EP friends. Even though that story was humorous, and demonstrated an obvious and ongoing Pinterest fetish, I thought the topic an interesting one to explore.What follows is a simplification and will undoubtedly evoke the "Duh...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 3 Responses Jun 1, 2013

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    It's Alive!

    What you've just seen is the reaction of mercury thiocyanate when exposed to a heat source. This is an exothermic reaction - it gives off heat and light.The reaction also produces various gases that result in the snake-like ash. In fact, this substance was used in pyrotechnics...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 14 Responses Aug 7, 2013

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    Triple Suns ~

    Last week (11/1/13, to be exact), the following was seen in the sky over northern China.This is an example of the parhelion (the plural is “parhelia”). This phenomenon is more commonly known as a “sun dog” or “phantom sun”. Another example is shown below. This was...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 2 Responses Nov 6, 2013

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    Crack That Whip...Did you ever wonder

    why (in skilled hands) a whip makes that loud, cracking sound? Well, whether you did or not, I'm going to tell you.The first part has to do with the size and balance of the whip. It is thicker and heavier at the handle; tapering to a thin, light bit at the end.The second part...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 2 Responses Feb 24, 2014

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    Want to feel insignificant ?

    This is a map of our solar system to scale - http://joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pixelspace_solarsystem.html I scrolled to the very end and it took forever
    XUD9 XUD9 18-21, M 2 Responses Apr 8

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    Ebbinghaus Illusion

    Below are two groups of blue circles surrounding an orange circle. Which orange circle is larger?If you said the orange circle on the right, you are absolutely incorrect. It turns out that both orange circles are exactly the same size.Our visual system perceives the size of the...
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    I went to see Neil DeGraase-Tyson speak several

    weeks ago and was struck by something he said. He noted that humans are preoccupied with what they can learn from their five senses (and some people even claim a sixth sense that gives them profound wisdom). And yet very little of what we know about the universe we live in can...
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    Bystander Effect

    "The bystander effect is a social psychological phenomenon that refers to cases in which individuals do not offer any means of help to a victim when other people are present. The probability of help is inversely related to the number of bystanders. In other words, the greater the...
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    I think there's nothing more fascinating

    than physics or chemistry... Maybe human behavior, but only in some cases
    JenChase JenChase 18-21, F 2 Responses May 8

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    DNA is not a living entity.

    It is not an intelligent life form. Therefore, it cannot evolve to develop a cell membrane or any other constituencies of a cell. A cell likewise, cannot exist without DNA, and therefore, neither a cell can exist without DNA nor can DNA exist without a cell, and the theory of...
    GJTF GJTF 22-25, M 19 Responses Dec 17, 2014

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    My parents struggled,

    I think, with an aspect of my personality. One where as soon as I've formulated a question I don't know the answer to, I am then permanently on a mission until I know the answer. Science has been both my saviour and theirs because it meant I could find out the answers for myself...
    GlassDog GlassDog 36-40 6 Responses Mar 23

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    If you dropped a quarter from a height of one

    meter above the surface of a neuron star, it would take one microsecond to reach the surface and would be traveling at a speed of 7.2 million miles per hour when it hit the surface.
    hisdudeness3 hisdudeness3 31-35, M 5 Responses May 20

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    Scientific Facts About Chocolate

    Not that anyone needs a reason to eat chocolate, but...10. Chocolate contains tryptophan, a chemical in the brain that is used to produce the neurotransmitter, serotonin. High levels of serotonin stimulate the secretion of endorphins, and produce feelings of elation.9. Chocolate...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 7 Responses Oct 23, 2012

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    Fire RainbowThe photo below (taken in northern

    Idaho near the Washington border in 2006) is an example of what is referred to in the vernacular as a “fire rainbow”. The technical term is a circumhorizontal arc. This phenonenom occurs only under certain conditions…The sun must be at the proper angle...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 8 Responses May 2, 2014

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    Volcanic Lightning...

    The photo above was taken at the Cordon Caulle volcano in Chile.  Here is another photo during an eruption at the Sakurijima volcano in Japan.This phenomenon is known as volcanic lightning or dirty thunderstorm. The origin of that second name will become apparent once we...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 5 Responses May 29, 2014

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    Astronomers unveil the farthest galaxyAn

    international team of astronomers led by Yale University and the University of California-Santa Cruz have pushed back the cosmic frontier of galaxy exploration to a time when the universe was only 5% of its present age. We can never see beyond our own understanding......This is...
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    Why Dark Chocolate Is Good For Your Heart.

    ..This is a follow-up to an earlier post in which I provided scientific facts about chocolate. The link to that post is provided below.EP LinkRegarding this topic, researchers in The Netherlands analyzed 44 middle-aged, overweight men over 4 weeks as they ate 70 grams (roughly 2...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 6 Responses Feb 27, 2014

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    Bennett Jones: Biotech,

    Pharma & Lifesciences Biotechnology relies on continuous innovation, an ability to obtain and sustain funding for research and development, and having the intellectual property protection in place to exploit and market new inventions and processes. Bennett Jones is an active...
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    Will asteroid 2012 TC4 hit Earth in October

    2017?On Oct. 12, 2017, the asteroid 2012 TC4 is slated to whizz by Earth dangerously close. The exact distance of its closest approach is uncertain, as well as its size. based on observations in October 2012 when the space rock missed our planet, astronomers estimate that its...
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    Ancient Water

    Scientists have discovered water that is estimated to be between 1.5 and 2.64 billion years old. It was found in a mine near Timmins, Ontario, Canada. These are among the oldest waters ever discovered. This water was likely on the surface back at that time, but infiltrated into...
    sciguy18 sciguy18 56-60, M 8 Responses May 17, 2013

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    Is there a big difference between a male

    and female anatomy? Yes, a vas deferens.
    WrongPage WrongPage 18-21, F 4 Responses Apr 7

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    I love science because it is life.

    Nothing would exist without it, and learning things like chemistry fascinate me.
    deliriouslydreaming deliriouslydreaming 16-17, F 1 Response May 20

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