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Scientists Discover Weird Sounds In Antarctic Ice Shelf
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pgmrdlm shares a report from USA Today: Using special instruments, scientists have discovered weird sounds at the bottom of the world. The noise is actually vibrating ice, caused by the wind blowing across snow dunes, according to a new study. It’s kind of like you’re blowing a flute, constantly, on the ice shelf,” study lead […]

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Scientists built a terrifying robot snake that can climb ladders     – CNET
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Snakes and ladders used to be a board game, now it’s an integral part of our shared robot dystopian future. Can’t wait!

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Scientists Create Healthy Mice With Same-Sex Parents
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Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences were able to make baby mice with two moms and no dad. “The aim of the Chinese researchers was to work out which rules of reproduction they needed to break to make baby mice from same-sex parents,” reports the BBC. “That in turn helps understand why the rules […]

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Scientists discover bees stop buzzing during solar eclipses     – CNET
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They just stopped flying in the darkness.

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Scientists say Mount Vesuvius made people's heads explode     – CNET
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New research shows the people of Herculaneum near Mount Vesuvius died when their blood boiled and their heads exploded.

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Scientists Connect the Brains of Three People, Allowing Thought-Sharing
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An anonymous reader quotes ScienceAlert: Neuroscientists have successfully hooked up a three-way brain connection to allow three people share their thoughts — and in this case, play a Tetris-style game. The team thinks this wild experiment could be scaled up to connect whole networks of people, and yes, it’s as weird as it sounds. It […]

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Penn State scientists build quantum version of Maxwell’s demon
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Enlarge / Penn State physicists rearranged a random array of atoms into organized blocks, performing the same function as James Clerk Maxwell’s famous 19th-century thought experiment. (credit: Weiss Laboratory/Penn State) Physicists at Penn State University have devised a quantum equivalent of a famous 19th-century thought experiment, capable of creating order out of an array of […]

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Scientists look to music of volcanos to better monitor eruptions
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Enlarge / The Cotopaxi volcano in Ecuador is “the largest pipe organ you’ve ever come across.” (credit: Silvia Vallejo Vargas/Insituto Geofisico, Escuela Politecnica Nacional (Quito, Ecuador).) Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, which has been spewing lava since May, gave a few key clues to scientists that an eruption might be imminent. Now, it looks like sound might […]

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Scientists Resurrect 40,000-Year-Old Worms Buried In Ice
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: Earlier this month, in the journal Doklady Biological Sciences, a team of Russian scientists announced they had apparently discovered ancient nematode worms that were able to resurrect themselves after spending at least 32,000 years buried in permafrost. The discovery, if legitimate, would represent the longest-surviving return from […]

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