Notices tagged with science

  1. cc: @sengi @einebiene RP @bbc Ladybird invasion # # http://qttr.at/1ji8

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  2. This article was a big redpill for me. Not in a MGTOW way or anything. Just that people are reluctant to criticize 12-step programs despite their spreading a lot of harmful nonsense: 
    https://sealion.club/url/383249

    # #

    about a month ago from sealion.club Repeated by takeshitakenji
  3. This article was a big redpill for me. Not in a MGTOW way or anything. Just that people are reluctant to criticize 12-step programs despite their spreading a lot of harmful nonsense: 
    https://sealion.club/url/383249

    # #

    about a month ago from sealion.club Repeated by sim
  4. This article was a big redpill for me. Not in a MGTOW way or anything. Just that people are reluctant to criticize 12-step programs despite their spreading a lot of harmful nonsense: 
    https://sealion.club/url/383249

    # #

    about a month ago from sealion.club
  5. @augustus If someone Fluffle Puffed on the sun, it would take 5 minutes for the moans to reach us! # #

    about 2 months ago from social.heldscal.la
  6. What are the best statistics textbook guides and references used by scientists to analyze data? # # # # #

    about 2 months ago from gs.smuglo.li in context
  7. Pluto Emitting X-Rays Could Be A Big Deal | Digital Trends

    #science #space #pluto

    http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/latest-discovery-on-pluto-has-us-questioning-the-order-of-the-universe-again/

    about 3 months ago from iliketoast.net Repeated by mcscx
  8. Pluto Emitting X-Rays Could Be A Big Deal | Digital Trends

    #science #space #pluto

    http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/latest-discovery-on-pluto-has-us-questioning-the-order-of-the-universe-again/

    about 3 months ago from iliketoast.net
  9. Enteric bacteria inhibit the growth of parasitic nematodes and their symbionts http://url.federati.net/TES74 [2008] #

    about 3 months ago from fresh.federati.net
  10. Researchers: New # techniques show the "hot hand" effect may exist after all. http://url.federati.net/IPY0C # # # #

    about 4 months ago from fresh.federati.net
  11. There is no Open Science without the use of Open Standards and Free Software https://io.schiessle.org/url/19629

    # # # # # !FOSS

    about 4 months ago from io.schiessle.org Repeated by akionux
  12. There is no Open Science without the use of Open Standards and Free Software https://io.schiessle.org/url/19629

    # # # # # !FOSS

    about 4 months ago from io.schiessle.org
  13. A cat is about equal to a dog and a dog is about equal to a person. Therefore, cats and dogs are people too. #

    about 4 months ago from fresh.federati.net
  14. # https://Potato Knishesposter.club/attachment/135668

    about 5 months ago from shitposter.club in context
  15. # # # # https://cherryposter.club/attachment/130348

    about 5 months ago from shitposter.club
  16. # https://grapeposter.club/attachment/130347

    about 5 months ago from shitposter.club
  17. # # Mission Trailer.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgEsf4QcR0Q
    # #

    about 5 months ago from loadaverage.org
  18. In # the credit goes to the man who convinces the world, not to the man to whom the idea occurs first. - Francis Darwin !q

    about 6 months ago from quitter.se
  19. Mom’s kiss more effective than homeopathy in treating children’s pain – The # Post http://thesciencepost.com/mom-kiss-just-as-effective-as-homeopathy-for-treating-childrens-pain/ #

    about 9 months ago from gnusocial.de
  20. Typing a message on my HDMI TV screen with a keyboard & mouse via the phone/Mustard plugged into a OTG dock. #

    about 10 months ago from sn.gunmonkeynet.net in context
  21. "Saturn’s ice moon Enceladus revealed in unprecedented detail" https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn28354-saturns-ice-moon-enceladus-revealed-in-unprecedented-detail/?utm_source=NSNS&utm_medium=SOC&utm_campaign=twitter&cmpid=SOC|NSNS|2014-GLOBAL-twitter # # !space

    about a year ago from oracle.skilledtests.com
  22. This is really scary... "Leading climate scientist: Future is bleaker than we thought" https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn27957-leading-climate-scientist-future-is-bleaker-than-we-thought/ NS's Michael Le Page says: "Hansen (...) has a history of making predictions that turn out to be bang on the money. That does not mean he is right again. But the mere possibility that he might be should make us all pause for thought." # # # #

    Friday, 07-Aug-15 18:21:43 UTC from oracle.skilledtests.com
  23. Wow! # # # #
    http://www.golem.de/news/biomimetik-roboter-kann-ueber-das-wasser-laufen-1507-115530.html

    Sunday, 02-Aug-15 21:56:17 UTC from gnusocial.de
  24. # # # # This Is What Happened When We Tested Game Theory On Ordinary People


    https://gnusocial.de/url/2553148 “It’s also worth noting that however you break it down – by politics, by age, by region, by gender – not one single group would have ended up with the money.” Tja…

    Thursday, 23-Jul-15 11:07:31 UTC from gnusocial.de
  25. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tyQvPdHL2o # is weird... I wish I had it as a kid, randomly dunking stuff in Liquid Nitrogen XD ( like... hands ) as an added bonus, have the survival of the fittest video ( that also includes Liquid Nitrogen ) here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mLASMl8gg0

    Thursday, 09-Jul-15 19:52:49 UTC from web
  26. @northernnarwhal That makes sense. #!!

    Saturday, 30-May-15 03:23:21 UTC from MuSTArDroid in context
  27. @x11r5 oh, that's interesting! I didn't kow 'time' has parts, I thought it was a continuum #

    Tuesday, 12-May-15 10:17:20 UTC from oracle.skilledtests.com
  28. New insight into how brain makes memories http://m.medicalxpress.com/news/2015-04-insight-brain-memories.html?utm_content=buffer50984&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer. # # https://fediverse.com/attachment/14860

    Monday, 27-Apr-15 18:40:00 UTC from fediverse.com
  29. # http://rainbowdash.net/attachment/820959

    Monday, 30-Mar-15 01:54:19 UTC from web
  30. 'Star Wars' robotic arm lets amputee veteran go rock climbing - CNET - http://www.cnet.com/news/star-wars-robotic-arm-lets-amputee-veteran-go-rock-climbing/ # #

    Monday, 16-Feb-15 22:40:50 UTC from fediverse.com

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