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Old February 4th, 2012, 06:10 AM   #91

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Natural tilts in earth's axis cause ice ages, says Harvard scientist - and their cycles could help predict the next one


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Seagrass ‘tens of thousands of years old


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Tiny volcanic moon controls Jupiter's auroras


Tiny volcanic moon controls Jupiter's auroras - space - 03 February 2012 - New Scientist
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Russian scientists entered Antarctica's lake Vostok. I wonder which life forms might exist there.
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New Star Discoveries Found in Antique Telescope Plates


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I can`nt get over all the planets they are now finding that can sustain life .Maybe there is hope for us yet
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Slide Shows | Energy & Sustainability Spectacular Plumes of Dust Reach across the World [Slide Show]

By Fred Guterl | February 6, 2012 |

Article: Spectacular Plumes of Dust Reach across the World [Slide Show] » February 6, 2012

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An interesting video of a T Cell attacking a cancer cell

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Dwarf Galaxy Found Secretly Feasting on Smaller Dwarf


Dwarf Galaxy Found Secretly Feasting on Smaller Dwarf
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