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Science Corner: Cosmic Bats & Dino Dogs


Scientific terminology is getting hella rad!

DNA from a polar bear jawbone has revealed the Arctic species first originated about 150,000 years ago. It has been known that polar bears evolved from brown bears, but until now, it wasn't clear when this happened.

People dress pets up like people because they are control freaks. 

Common weedkiller turns male frogs into females.

Cosmic Bat: Island of Stars in the making on the outskirts of Orion

LOL missing link between humans and primates actually between lemurs and lorises

Space exploration with manned shuttles is more or less over ya'll

Was dog a dinosaur? A four-legged animal about the size of a large dog with a long tail is now the oldest known relative of dinosaurs

Throughout time modern man has been mostly monogamous. So much for all those shitty misogynist evolutionary biology theories! We already debunked those last year.

great name for my instrumental post-rock band: Seals Sleep As They Sink In The Sea

Queen Ant Will Sacrifice Colony To Retain Throne

Even Spineless Animals Feel Pain

Giant Snake Ate Baby Dinosaurs

Darkness Begets Dishonesty: Dim lights can make it seem as if no one is watching, triggering moral transgressions in many people.

Lopsided Stellar Disks Help Black Holes Guzzle Gas

Octopus imitates flounder in the Atlantic

Sea Squirt offers hope for Alzheimer's disease

Mental activity could stave off age related cognitive and memory decline

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More Bats and Dogs and Science, coincidentally enough

March 5, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSam Dean

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