August 2014 part 2

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Matteo Cerri (@matteocerri) was born in Parma July 30, 1973. Currently he is a scientist at the Department of Biomedical and Neuromotor Sciences of the Unive...

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This weather-tracking glass sphere can concentrate sunlight up to 10,000 times, and generate electricity even on a cloudy day. It also looks really good: bit.ly/1pXvG5I

Watch this grouper fish swallow a whole shark.....YES, Nature can be scary.....

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Goliath grouper eating a black tip shark in one bite off the coast of Bonita Springs Florida. August 2014.

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Morgan Freeman on his visit to the Fundamental Physics Prize Gala in Geneva....Funny John Stewart interview...LOL

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Morgan Freeman discusses touring the Hadron collider and partying with theoretical physicists.

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Zoot Woman release "Star Climbing" (29th Aug / 1st Sep UK&IE) through Embassy One. First single "Don't Tear Yourself Apart" will be released on 15th August. ...


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Just by being exposed to ambient sound like traffic noise, people talking, or music playing, this new phone can charge itself. It's being developed by researchers in the UK, and Nokia. Read more: htt...

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Within the next decade or so, NASA wants to snag an asteroid and haul it into the moon’s orbit so astronauts can study it. The mission would help humans prepare for an eventual trip to Mars, the space agency says.
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Within the next decade or so, NASA wants to snag an asteroid and haul it into the moon’s orbit so astronauts can study it. The mission would help humans prepare for an eventual trip to Mars, the spa...

Within the next decade or so, NASA wants to snag an asteroid and haul it into the moon’s orbit so astronauts can study it. The mission would help humans prepare for an eventual trip to Mars, the space agency says. 
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Robert RamosIt sounds like a good feat, but i dont know about putting another celestial body next to moon. Wouldnt it affect the moons gravitational pull?

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Nicholas DavisRobert Ramos - Not at all Robert - Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation relates gravity's "pulling" force of inert objects with mass...however, this is proportional only to the amount of mass the object has....technically all objects pull on the earth, put they're so miniscule in mass, that its force vector is negligible...likewise with asteroids orbiting massive bodies such as the moon....Gen. Rel. approximates its tensor force at a much smaller value as well (compared to the moon - and compared to the earth)....so no, there's no 'perturbative' effect coming from an asteroid....

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These are the world's first surviving panda triplets! The cubs were born at the Chimelong Safari Park in China on 29 July and are receiving round-the-clock care. But given the high mortality rate of p...

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The Search for SUSY: A New Obsession
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While the physicists searching for the Higgs boson had the most exciting year of their lives in 2012, many people at CERN are searching for other things with...

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SUBMERGED SPHERICAL FISH FARM TO RAISE TONS OF TUNA: Hawaii Oceanic Technology has plans to construct huge spheres — 180 feet wide — that will be submerged 60 feet below the surface off the North ...

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Kieran Sorkin was born with no ears due to a rare condition called microtia, but surgeons in the UK were able to make him a pair using a little bit of rib cartilage. Kieran's new ears were modelled on his mum's.

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Kieran Sorkin was born with no ears due to a rare condition called microtia, but surgeons in the UK were able to make him a pair using a little bit of rib cartilage. Kieran's new ears were modelled on...

Kieran Sorkin was born with no ears due to a rare condition called microtia, but surgeons in the UK were able to make him a pair using a little bit of rib cartilage. Kierans new ears were modelled on his mums.

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