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Jewish Women Space Paperblog Pick in Science

Jewish Women and Space

While most people don’t usuallyassociate Jewish women with space and astronomy, they have a surprisingly richhistory in the subject. Caroline Lucretia Herschel(1750-1848) was an... Read more

Everyday Things Seen Really Close Paperblog Pick in Science

6 Everyday Things Seen Really Close Up

image credit Microscopes turn everyday things like table salt and Velcro into otherworldly landscapes full of massive crystal blocks and fields of black twisted trunks thrust... Read more


  • The Center Of The Universe: NASA's Deep-Space Command Central

    Center Universe: NASA's Deep-Space Command Central

    Through technology, we've developed the ability to reach out into the distant corners of the universe. Rovers, orbiters, and deep-space probes. Read more

    The 16 February 2012 by   Gerard
  • Do Animals Dream?

    Animals Dream?

    image credit Yes, animals do dream. Many pet owners have seen their sleeping dog or cat twitch or paw the air, as if dreaming of bones to bury or mice to chase... Read more

    The 04 February 2012 by   Gerard
  • Nicolaus Copernicus

    Nicolaus Copernicus

    Nicolaus Copernicus was born on this day in 1473. He was a Renaissance astronomer and the first person to formulate a... Read more

    The 19 February 2012 by   Psychicillumination
  • Are Babies Super? Performance, Competence and Infant Habituation

    Babies Super? Performance, Competence Infant Habituation

    Are babies really more competent than we give them credit? (No.)Developmental psychology is filled with studies that claim to show the hidden abilities of... Read more

    The 26 February 2012 by   Andrew D Wilson

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