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"I can't go back to yesterday, I was a different person then"

|RECOMMENDED RAMBLINGS

New Moon Rising

Two days ago for 13 hours it was thought that the earth had a new moon. Identified by the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Centre (MPC) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who posted on the morning of April 27th, that a small asteroid about a metre across had...

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Prehistoric Art

This book was launched last year but somehow I only managed to stumble upon it now. 'The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi' published by Titan Books represents all those small boy dreams I had about Dinosaurs. Julius Csotonyi has been described as a rockstar of paleoart but...

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|Picking up your breadcrumbs

Is it really worth protecting your privacy online? That may seem a strange question considering the amount of media articles on internet fraud and theft. However what is the likelihood of your online security being breached? Most attempts by criminals to...

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|Kahn Flying Huntsman 6×6

Kahn at the Geneva motor show revealed what had to be one of the stranger concept cars. Code named 'Mission 1', it's a 6x6 version of their Flying Huntsman. It is based on the Land Rover Defender 110 and has a 6.3L GM LS3 V8 sending around 430bhp to all 6 wheels via a...

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|HAPPENING ELSEWHERE

|Science

  • Liquid metal discovery to make toxic water safe...
    on 25 September, 2018 at 18:05

    Researchers have discovered a revolutionary and cheap way to make filters that can turn water contaminated with heavy metals into safe drinking water in a matter of minutes. […]

  • Genetic testing: Not a one-and-done deal
    on 25 September, 2018 at 18:04

    A study that reviewed genetic testing results from 1.45 million individuals found that nearly 25 percent of 'variants of uncertain significance' were subsequently reclassified -- sometimes as less likely to be associated with cancer, sometimes as more likely. […]

  • The grim, final days of a mother octopus
    on 25 September, 2018 at 18:04

    A new study uses modern genetic sequencing tools to describe several distinct molecular signals produced by the optic gland after a female octopus reproduces. The research also details four separate phases of maternal behavior and links them to these signals, suggesting how the optic gland controls […]

  • Funded by new tax credits, US carbon-capture...
    on 25 September, 2018 at 15:52

    Researchers have proposed a US pipeline network that would capture, transport and store underground up to 30 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year -- an amount equal to removing 6.5 million cars from the road. The authors found that the network infrastructure would only be […]

  • Termites: Advanced animal society can thrive...
    on 25 September, 2018 at 15:00

    Termite colonies have been found to thrive and reproduce without males, new research reveals. The findings provide new evidence that males aren't required to maintain some advanced animal populations. They add momentum to questions about the impact and function of males in animal societies. […]

  • New species of dazzling, neon-colored fish
    on 25 September, 2018 at 15:00

    Named for Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love and beauty, a new species of dazzling, neon-colored fish from the twilight zone enchants scientists. It's only known home is the remote Brazilian archipelago of St. Paul's Rocks. […]

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