Wonder if the Hafele-Keating experiment would've been possible nowadays, with paranoid security measures

Wonder if the Hafele-Keating experiment would've been possible nowadays, with paranoid security measures

Plants of the Aristolochia genus have for centuries been used in Chinese herbal remedies, but they contain a naturally carcinogenic compound that causes mutations in the cells of people who consume them, according to two studies published in Science Translational Medicine today (August 7). The papers reveal that the compound, called aristolochic acid, causes more mutations than two of the best-known environmental carcinogens: tobacco smoke and UV light.

Plants of the Aristolochia genus have for centuries been used in Chinese herbal remedies, but they contain a naturally carcinogenic compound that causes mutations in the cells of people who consume them, according to two studies published in Science Translational Medicine today (August 7). The papers reveal that the compound, called aristolochic acid, causes more mutations than two of the best-known environmental carcinogens: tobacco smoke and UV light.

A well preserved mammoth has been found in Siberia. It's so well preserved that it still has part of his fur on.   It's disturbing to look at such an ancient thing. It looks like it died a few days ago.

A well preserved mammoth has been found in Siberia. It's so well preserved that it still has part of his fur on. It's disturbing to look at such an ancient thing. It looks like it died a few days ago.

"In a "eureka" moment worthy of Dr. Frankenstein, scientists have discovered that two 3,000-year-old Scottish "bog bodies" are actually made from the remains of six people."    sick perverts.

"In a "eureka" moment worthy of Dr. Frankenstein, scientists have discovered that two 3,000-year-old Scottish "bog bodies" are actually made from the remains of six people." sick perverts.

One way to spot dumb ecologists: ask them about the Aral Lake. I've heard of one blaming global warming for the draining of the Aral Lake, not knowing about the 7 or so dams built on its affluents.

One way to spot dumb ecologists: ask them about the Aral Lake. I've heard of one blaming global warming for the draining of the Aral Lake, not knowing about the 7 or so dams built on its affluents.

So, paleontologists are beginning to think that actually most dinosaurs had feathers, not just archeaopterix & co. They were huge chickens... right in the childhood :'(

So, paleontologists are beginning to think that actually most dinosaurs had feathers, not just archeaopterix & co. They were huge chickens... right in the childhood :'(

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