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blogs.technet.com/b/ne... would love this as a coffee table

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Class.

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Curiosity result could confirm Mars life, says Levin

www.newscientist.com/a...

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Bacteria or Fossilized Bacteria doesnt excite me. I want to see either a) highly advanced intelligent life b) talking apes c) amazonian space women d) some fucked up alienm that even gene roddenberrym couldnt make up in his wildest imagination.

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sexy aliens are definitely called for

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ferg yesterday @ 4:26 p.m.
"sexy aliens are definitely called for"

Preach Nigga Preach!!!

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www.guardian.co.uk/wor...

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Test to see if Universe is a Computer Simulation!

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i'll be ragin if we are mincer, pure ragin.

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Level Or A Life!!!

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I'd love to be friend with a proper physicist. Someone who could educate me, without sounding like a mad man who smokes too much weed.

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www.bbc.co.uk/news/sci...

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Considering were only able to pick up planets of a certain size and only those that pass across the star relative to our viewpoint and Kepler is finding loads id say its safe to assume that most if not all stars have planets orbiting them of various sizes and makeup's well within the habitable zone meaning life is pretty fucking abundant throughout the universe and hopefully when the big daddy of orbital telescopes goes operational itll confirm it

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Still never gonna get to see any aliens ffs

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I'm hoping they learn how to store consciousness on quantum computers before I die, RJ. Just so I can be around for all those sorts of discoveries, if we don't destroy ourselves first.

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Tbf now that we’ve successfully landed a remote laboratory on Mars than can hunt for the signs of past life I’m pretty sure the same engineers are hard at work on developing a similar unit that can land on either Enceladus or Titan and start hunting for “actual” life, seeing as interstellar travel is pretty much confined to the realms of scifi our only hope is to go hunting in our own neighborhood and those two moons offer our best bet, all being well we’ll be around to witness that monumental moment in our history.

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drilling 3.2km to check out some hidden lake yo!

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Vostok is the proper interesting one as its been cut off the longest

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27 SCIENCE FICTIONS THAT BECAME SCIENCE FACTS IN 2012

myscienceacademy.org/2...

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was felix's skydive not a scientific fact?

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Inturdesting, thanks.

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3d printing - mental!!

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That's class takki. The guys who invented the invisibility cloak will be farting dollar bills soon.

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"Harvard scientist looking for surrogate to clone Neanderthal baby using ancient DNA"

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360° video helicopter flyover of volcano's... www.spiegel.de/static/...

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that's pretty impressive, done that for real over in Hawaaaaiiii, the killer hangover mixed with the noise of the heli and the smell of sulphur made for an interesting flyover

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=/ boke begs at the ready!

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hurled chunks when we landed all over the floor of the heli, the pilot wasn't amused

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filthy NASA peverts

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*perverts

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micheal bay it isn't...

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You can watch that asteroid fly by tonight live.

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aul Einstein was some smart cookie, don't know what's more incredible in that story, the fact that they can accurately measure a star 7000 light years out down to millionths of a second or that Einstein's theory got it exactly right or the fact that its a star the size of a small city containing the mass of two of our suns....

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Aye, but would you let him bum you?

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He could bareback me dry all nite long

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How glass is recycled in 6 gifs, pretty interesting: www.npr.org/blogs/mone...

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literally the coolist science shit about

iposeogsekk.com/pengua...

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dort!

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Timelapse of a volcano eruption. You can see the shockwave blast out through the surrounding clouds.

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I watched this documentary a while ago...

The Book That Can't Be Read

and found it pretty interesting, although possibly a little far fetched/dramatised. I think it's that guys voice who does the narration that always ruins these things for me (David Attenborough and it's gospel). However, I saw on New Scientist that they are still looking into this book and what it may mean, so the plot thickens... if you've got an hour to kill, the documentary and this article probably isn't a bad way of doing it...

New signs of language surface in mystery Voynich text
www.newscientist.com/a...

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Asteroid Masquerades as a Comet With a Million-Kilometer-Long Tail
www.slate.com/blogs/ba...

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Japanese earthquake literally made waves in Norway
arstechnica.com/scienc...

video is cool - www.vgtv.no/#!/video/3...

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Billion pixel views from the surface of Mars.

mars.nasa.gov/multimed...

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This is stunning...

Largest Sky Map Revealed: An Animated Flight Through the Universe

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Incredible takki, even at that scale it's mind boggling that the forces of gravity the weakest of the four forces still creates structures with galaxies of all things

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It's just the sheer vastness of it. The huge size of a galaxy with their millions - trillions of stars, yet there are hundreds of thousands of them there in that little animation, almost like they were stars themselves. It's just absolutely awe inspiring. I fucking love shit like that. The music with it is great too.

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Nuts ain't it, yet people still think we're the only life out there amongst that lot ffs

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Great vid. Interesting to think our entire Universe could well be the equivalent of a fragment of a single cell in a greater "Universal" organism...The whole Metatron's cube thing has been on my mind the last while. Reality has been hi-jacked.

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Nice link Neil. Actually reminded me about the Cinematic Orchestra more than anything else, that's one of their tracks playing over the video. It's from an album they did for Disney....recommended!

open.spotify.com/album...

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have you been liking science porn Neil?

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Imagine cumming in a black hole

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