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Hand Still Evolving Paperblog Pick in Science

Our Hand is Still Evolving

Our muscles can vary a lot from person to person, in terms of size, shape, structure. Some people even have muscles that are completely missing in others! Read more

Bill Totally That Debate Paperblog Pick in Science

Bill Nye Totally Won That Debate

The debate tonight between Bill Nye and Ken Ham was won by Nye hands down. Hands up. Take a look at this lovely slide: That is a fantastic point. I have not seen it made before. Read more


  • Those Hard to Find References

    Those Hard Find References

    In a recent group meeting the old Woodward aphorism came out again: "the only model system worth using is the enantiomer", which led to a scrabble afterwards... Read more

    The 13 February 2014 by   Brsm
  • Physicists Discover Evidence That the Universe is a Hologram

    Physicists Discover Evidence That Universe Hologram

    A team of physicists led by Yoshifumi Hyakutake of Ibaraki University in Japan, penned two new scientific papers which are the culmination of years’ work... Read more

    The 19 February 2014 by   Ningauble
  • New Fossil Bed Hailed as Motherlode

    Fossil Hailed Motherlode

    Scientists recently located a fossil site on the Alberta-B.C. border, which is already yielding major new discoveries about early animal evolution.The Marble... Read more

    The 16 February 2014 by   Ningauble
  • Hamburg to Become a Car-free City in 20 Years

    Hamburg Become Car-free City Years

    Hamburg City Council has disclosed ambitious plans to divert most cars away from its main thoroughfares in twenty years. Local authorities are to connect... Read more

    The 16 February 2014 by   Ningauble
  • Geology of Dasam Falls in Ranchi District of Jharkhand State, India.

    Geology Dasam Falls Ranchi District Jharkhand State, India.

    Dassam Falls of the Ranchi plateau is one of the scarp falls in the region.byDr. Nitish Priyadarshi Geologist A waterfall is a place where water flows over a... Read more

    The 14 February 2014 by   Priyadarshi
  • Narco-Deforestation Accelerates Loss of Biodiversity

    Narco-Deforestation Accelerates Loss Biodiversity

    In Central America, drug policies become conservation policies.The Central American isthmus exploded into prominence as a drug trafficking corridor in 2006, whe... Read more

    The 10 February 2014 by   Dirkh
  • Educanon: Flipping Made Easy

    Educanon: Flipping Made Easy

    Earlier this year, I came across a neat little video tool called Educanon as I was cruising through the #edtech hashtag. This is an easy-to-use web tool that... Read more

    The 17 February 2014 by   Mrsebiology
  • A 13,530 Year Old Stone Age Map

    13,530 Year Stone

    The cave of Abauntz in Spain has a long history. It was first inhabited by Neanderthals, who were replaced by stone age humans. Even some Bronze Age people live... Read more

    The 07 February 2014 by   Reprieve
  • Samsung Gear Fit Reveal

    Samsung Gear Reveal

    Samsung unveiled some remarkable tech at MWC 2014. Other than Galaxy S5, Samsung showcased another wrist-wear, the Gear Fit, which is more aimed at the fitness... Read more

    The 25 February 2014 by   Ningauble
  • Göbeklitepe Pictures Revealed for the First Time

    Göbeklitepe Pictures Revealed First Time

    Göbeklitepe may be the hottest archaeological dig site on this planet right now. The place is at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia... Read more

    The 24 February 2014 by   Ningauble