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maybe, just maybe why I love research so much. These are the things I wish I could say.

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maybe, just maybe why I love research so much. These are the things I wish I could say.

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We have rounded up some cool and strange science facts that you will not believe are true. they are gay sea slugs

Can we reset the age-clock on our DNA? Scientists say Yes!  http://thespiritscience.net/2014/03/15/can-we-reset-the-age-clock-on-our-dna-science-says-yes/

Can we reset the age-clock on our DNA? Scientists say Yes!

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Ants on stilts. I love it except for the comment about "wasting budget and time on figuring out whether ants count their steps". What on earth happened to your curiosity?

Citizen Science: Non-pro “Asteroid mappers” do as well as the pros | Phil Plait Bad Astronomy | Slate

Citizen Science Project Shows Anyone Can Be a Scientist

Citizen Science: Non-pro “Asteroid mappers” do as well as the pros

This New Equation Promises to Unify Physics Theories with the Help of Wormholes Susskind implies entangled particles may be connected by quantum wormholes. Even black holes can be connected via wormholes.  This kind of thinking leads to the idea that “Since wormholes are contortions of spacetime geometry — described by Einstein’s gravitational equations — identifying them with quantum entanglement would forge a link between gravity and quantum mechanics.”

This New Equation Promises to Unify Physics Theories with the Help of Wormholes

Quantum black hole study opens bridge to another universe By Brian Dodson October 2013 Quantum black hole study finds bridge to another Universe (Image: Shutterstock) >>> Remind you of anything.

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