Archives for Sci Tech

March 2012

Saturday, March 31:

Climate Change Skepticism: a Sickness That Must be "Treated" (28 comments)

Friday, March 30:

Financial Instability as an Energy Source -- Electro-Chemical Arbitrage, Anyone?

Electricity & CO2 Generate Alternative Fuel (2 comments)

2 Studies Point to Common Pesticide as a Culprit in Declining Bee Colonies

Stone monolith likely marked seasons -- 4,000 years ago

Thursday, March 29:

Incredible Animated "Scale of the Universe" Tour (1 comments)

Electricity from trees

Wednesday, March 28:

The Strange Conservative Brain: 3 Reasons Republicans Refuse to Accept Reality About Global Warming

Antarctic Ice Shelves Tearing Apart at the Seams (5 comments)

Super-Earths 'in the billions' (3 comments)

Tuesday, March 27:

Super telescope will search for secrets of the universe

The Endless Bummer (1 comments)

california's hydrogen highway hits a bump (1 comments)

Particle-Wave Duality Shown With Largest Molecules Yet

Mercury Not Too Hot For Polar Water Ice? (1 comments)

Monday, March 26:

Extreme Weather Linked to Global Warming (2 comments)

Planets hurtling near the speed of light? It's possible, study says.

Sunday, March 25:

Soren Seelow, Le Monde: Monsanto, a half-century of health scandals (10 comments)

Saturday, March 24:

Orifice Politics; What the War on Women is Really About (21 comments)

Say Hello to an Extraterrestrial Ocean -- and Maybe Extraterrestrial Life

Friday, March 23:

Scientists Fire Most Powerful Laser in History, Hope to Unlock Fusion Energy (2 comments)

Detection of cosmic effect may bring universe's formation into sharper focus (1 comments)

Thursday, March 22:

Antarctic Seal Pups Vulnerable to Climate Change

All that human noise has an effect on nature, too

Study: Genetically Modified Corn Increases Body Weight in Rats

Researchers: GM Crops Are Killing Monarch Butterflies, After All

FRACKING: Corruption a Part of Pennsylvania's Heritage (3 comments)

Wednesday, March 21:

A Way to Store a Century of Fossil Fuel Emissions?

Stellar 'Speed Bumps' Could Shape Baby Star Systems

Tuesday, March 20:

Honeybee die-offs linked to insecticide, study says

Cosmic rays alter chemistry of lunar ice

Monday, March 19:

A wandering mind is an intelligent mind

Sunday, March 18:

Stunning photo will leave you seeing stars -- by the thousands

Stars made from galactic recycling material (1 comments)

Scientists unveil their infrared sky

How does star-making start? For first time, scientists might get a glimpse.

Faster-Than-Light Neutrinos (Probably) Don't Exist

Saturday, March 17:

Psychic ability claim doesn't hold up in new experiments (4 comments)

The Care And Feeding Of Teenage Galaxies" And By The Way, They Need Gas

Hormone Replacement Therapy Does NOT Cause Breast Cancer, New Study

Friday, March 16:

Mormon Butterflies Join Climate Change Conspiracy (1 comments)

A first! Neutrino message sent through ground

Thursday, March 15:

'Non-Humans' Account for 51% of All Internet Traffic

Malicious Android application stealing banking credentials

Russia Plans Moon Base, Mars Network by 2030

Witness the Moon's breathtaking 4.5-billion-year evolution in less than three minutes (1 comments)

Wednesday, March 14:

The Giant, Underestimated Earthquake Threat to North America

The Lethal Gene That Emerged in Ancient Palestine and Spread Around the Globe -- Breast Cancer

Global Warming Could Double US Flooding (29 comments)

New Finding: Consuming Trans Fats Linked To Aggression

Company Aims to Cut Solar Cost in Half

Even Small Amounts of Any Animal-Source Foods Are Bad for You (32 comments)

Proposed nuclear clock may keep time with the Universe

Tuesday, March 13:

Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor: A Long-Term Energy Solution?

Climate Change-Caused Migrations to Hit Asia-Pacific

New Data Contradict "RNA World" Hypothesis

Spherical Micro Solar Cells

Thinner, Cheaper Solar Cells?

Sunday, March 11:

Strong Solar Flares Still Shooting Out from Active Sun

Urban Landscape Joins Climate Conspiracy (1 comments)

Iridescent, Feathered Dinosaur Offers Fresh Evidence That Feathers Evolved to Attract Mates (2 comments)

Neutron star upholds theories about its thermonuclear behavior

Queen's team sets out on five-year star trek mission

Saturday, March 10:

How an HIV Vaccine Could Be the Cure

Media, Academia Join Forces to Downplay Dangers of Nuclear Power (1 comments)

Experiment observes elusive neutrino transformation

Friday, March 9:

Director James Cameron to explore Earth's deepest ocean trench

Thousands of spiders blanket Australian farm after escaping flood

Data Hint at Hypothetical Particle, Key to Mass in the Universe (1 comments)

Thursday, March 8:

10,000 Customers Tell Auto Giant: Stop Funding Climate Deniers at Heartland Institute

Teach Your Children Well: Nasty Prime the Brain for Aggression (1 comments)

Friedman Touts Efficiency as Critical Step, Cites Amory Lovins

The Very Large Survey Telescope captures collisions in young galaxy cluster (2 comments)

Farthest Galaxy Cluster Discovered 10.5 Billion Light Years Away

Wednesday, March 7:

Sun Sends Solar Flares Speeding Toward Earth; Will Hit Thursday [VIDEO]

Tuesday, March 6:

More Than 1,000 Potential New Planets Found

Gimme bomb shelter: FEMA pushes for disaster-proof green buildings

Up to 900 tropical bird species could 'go extinct' (1 comments)

Monday, March 5:

People Aren't Smart Enough for Democracy to Flourish, Scientists Say (15 comments)

Oxygen envelops Saturn's icy moon

Saturday, March 3:

Scandinavian trees 'survived last Ice Age'

Insurance Companies Implicated in Climate Change Conspiracy (2 comments)

David Fassler, M.D.: Adolescent Brain Development and Life Without Parole (1 comments)

Friday, March 2:

Dark matter blob confounds experts

Orion Nebula shows us how stars are born

Oceans acidifying at 'unparalleled' rate (7 comments)

Europe-Only "Science Cloud' Aims to Solve Mysteries (1 comments)

Thursday, March 1:

New Twist in Antimatter Mystery (1 comments)

 

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