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Science Channel Nov 12
Welcome to the feast in the deep.🦀 Here, many different scavengers gather to enjoy a dead tuna carcass. Giant isopods, crabs, and deep-sea eels devour the carrion — leaving nothing but a skeleton on the ocean floor.
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Lewis Grinsell Nov 11
How to count as an S&C coach... 1 2 3 5 6 8 10 12 15 20 No other numbers exist!
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TwistedDoodles Nov 11
Discussing ‘the brain’ with my four year old.
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TwistedDoodles Nov 13
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And how technology can reduce travel for work!
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Davor Jordacevic Nov 10
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Innovation Incubator Nov 10
-enabled headset device that allows you to communicate with a system by simply thinking what you want to say to it,
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Mr. Zed Nov 10
Some more Polar bear pics! They smush their face and body along the ice to clean themselves (and have fun!)
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Jeremy R. Hammond Nov 13
Studies have shown that getting a every year can actually increase your risk of illness. The government and mainstream media don't want you to know about this , so I've laid it all out for you:
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Bunsen 6h
The exact moment I figured out what “walk” means. Most dogs can learn around 140-160 words, but the jury is still out if we 100% know the meaning of the words without a human’s tone, hand movement and body language. But my dad is sure I know walk.
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Bunsen Nov 12
My mom has four scientific reasons why I should sleep in the bed. They are: 1. I’m fuzzy 2. I’m warm 3. When my dad is away I protect her 4. I’m a real life teddy bear.
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Bunsen 20h
Frost Boop Wednesday! A dog’s nose has a ton of heat pumping through it, it keeps it really warm and protected from freezing. Dogs are super at risk to frost bite if left outside for too long- even me! Though my coat and genetics give me fuzzy force!
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ESL Dota2 Nov 12
Scientists have finally found the most fundamental chemical elements present in Dota 2, thanks to years of researching your pubs.
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┼∆𝕷𝖚𝖑𝖑𝖆𝖇𝖞 𝕹𝖎𝖌𝖍𝖙∆┼#AlphaWitchⓋ 21h
Algorithmically conceived simulation of the observable Universe, putting the Solar System at the center 🌌
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Ian Oyaro™ Nov 13
HIV is still a burden. Positively, my PhD has shed light on feasible pathways that may actually lead to the realization of a functional HIV cure and vaccine. Its my hope that one day, someone will say...."I used to have HIV.....and I no longer do."
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Shannon Hall 19h
The brain’s immune cells (called microglia) never looked so good! 🔥🔥🔥 Double stained microglia in the frontal cortex of a rat brain 🐀 🧠
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Fermilab 18h
How do you make the world’s most powerful neutrino beam?
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Micro Pictures Nov 10
BPAE cells in telophase stage of mitosis 🔎63x (Objective Lens Magnification) 🔬Confocal with Enhanced Resolution 📷Jason M. Kirk
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Huw Griffiths 9h
Being at sea (or stuck in the ice) around for also gives me a rare chance to be creative! These are a few things I made instead of watching movies on my last expedition! Adélie & Emperor & Minke whales, literally drawing what was outside my window!
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Amy Shira Teitel Nov 12
In case you missed the yesterday, here it is in glorious 4K! - PAO
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ENGRGnews 6m
The landing site for NASA’s Mars 2020 rover might be home to fossilized life Like, follow, and share for more Sc-Tech news.
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