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13 more things that dont make sense - New Scientist

13 more things that dont make sense - New Scientist
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Welcome to Dave Wilton, Friday, January 03, 2014 is devoted to the origins of words and phrases, or as a linguist would put it, to etymology.

9 newly discovered species: Phobaeticus chani stickbug | MNN - Mother Nature Network
Gallery - Bizarre animals that are new to science - Image 9 - New Scientist Old species, new insights It's not only new species that can amaze scientists. These creatures, discovered decades ago, are only now giving up their secrets. The fish with a cockpit head Discovered: California, 1939 Described: 2009 Gallery - Bizarre animals that are new to science - Image 9 - New Scientist
logy Magazine logy Magazine As corals continue to decline in abundance around the world, researchers are turning their attention to a possible cause that’s almost totally unexplored – viral disease. It appears the corals that form such important parts of marine ecosystems harbor many different viruses – particularly herpes. And although they don’t get runny noses or stomach upset, corals also are home to the adenoviruses and other viral families that can cause human colds and gastrointestinal disease. In a research review published in the Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, scientists point out that coral declines are reaching crisis proportions but little has been done so far to explore viral disease as one of the mechanisms for this problem.
The Experimental Food Society Spectacular (NOTCOT) The Experimental Food Society Spectacular (NOTCOT) *rugenius in food+drink , 11:58 From our London based editor, Justine Aw… Some fun highlights from this year’s Experimental Food Society Spectacular exhibition housed in Brick Lane’s Old Truman Brewery! How could we not check out an event that boasted “an awe‐inspiring assemblage of jellymongers, sonic food artists, one‐of‐a‐kind dining conceptualists, cake sculptors, food landscape artists and food magicians”?
Monster octopi with scores of extra tentacles ~ Pink Tentacle - StumbleUpon Monster octopi with scores of extra tentacles ~ Pink Tentacle - StumbleUpon In nature, it is quite rare to encounter octopi with extra tentacles (or "arms," for the purists), but a pair of aquariums in Japan's Mie prefecture have some extraordinary specimens on hand. The permanent display at the Shima Marineland Aquarium in the town of Shima includes a 96-tentacled Common Octopus (Octopus vulgaris) that weighed 3.3 kilograms (about 7 lbs) and measured 90 centimeters (3 ft) long when it was captured in nearby Matoya Bay in December 1998. Before dying 5 months later, the creature laid eggs, making it the first known extra-tentacled octopus to do so in captivity. All the baby octopi hatched with the normal number of tentacles, but unfortunately they only survived a month. 96-tentacled octopus laying eggs

The Lost America | Mind Junker - StumbleUpon

The Lost America | Mind Junker - StumbleUpon The Lost America America, One of the Most Powerful Continent in World as well as, the Most Modernized and Advanced Continent of Today. But somewhere in this Race we have Lost the America that it looked before. Here we have Collected a Beautiful Pictures to Revive the Old Memories that how America was before the Development. Including the early Industrialization, Cultural Ethics and much more to see as follows.
Great inns open only to those with good hiking shoes | MNN - Mother Nature Network
Repost: Cookie-Cutter Cat Not as Cute as the Name Sounds | Wired Science | [This is a repost of an essay I originally published October 27, 2011.] The prehistoric cookie-cutter cat was not as cute as the name suggests. That’s especially true when you consider the fossil felid’s scientific label — Xenosmilus. Repost: Cookie-Cutter Cat Not as Cute as the Name Sounds | Wired Science |

Strange Science: Dinosaurs and Dragons

Strange Science: Dinosaurs and Dragons Despised in the West and revered in the East, dragons have a long history in human mythology. How did the myth start? No one knows the exact answer, but some myths may have been inspired by living reptiles, and some "dragon" bones probably belonged to animals long extinct — in some cases dinosaurs, in others, fossil mammals. | Ocean Wildlife Nature Pictures | Stock Photo Agency Otters: Lutrinae, African Clawless Otter or Cape Clawless Otter, Aonyx capensis, African Spotted-necked Otter, Lutra maculicollis, Asian Small-clawed Otter or Oriental Small-clawed Otter, Aonyx cinereus, Congo Clawless Otter or Cameroon Clawless Otter, Aonyx cinereus, Eurasian Otter, Common Otter or European Otter, Lutra lutra, Giant Otter, Pteronura brasiliensis, Hairy-nosed Otter, Lutra sumatrana, Marine Otter, Lontra felina, Neotropical Otter or Long-tailed Otter, Lontra longicaudis, North American River Otter, Northern River Otter or Canadian River Otter, Lontra canadensis, Sea Otters: Enhydra lutris, Asian Sea Otter or Russian Sea Otter, Enhydra lutris lutris, Northern Sea Otter or Alaskan Sea Otter, Enhydra lutris kenyoni, Southern Sea Otter or California Sea Otter, Enhydra lutris nereis, Smooth-coated Otter, Indian Smooth-coated Otter or Smooth Otter, Lutrogale perspicillata

Two Suns? Twin Stars Could Be Visible From Earth By 2012 - StumbleUpon

By Dean Praetorius | Earth could be getting a second sun, at least temporarily. Dr.
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