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It's ten times the weight of the Sun. It's only th ...
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
It's ten times the weight of the Sun. It's only the size of a city. And it's spinning at a fair percent of the speed of light. How did it get here?
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Video - Parrots: Look Who's Talking
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Surprisingly intelligent and personable parrots manipulate their human friends! George Page narrates
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The dodder plant sniffs out its host before attach ...
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The dodder plant sniffs out its host before attaching to the host plant and eventually killing it. Courtesy of De Moraes and Mescher Labs.
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Video - The Panda Baby
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Incredibly cute baby Giant Panda at the San Diego Zoo gives hope of saving her endangered species. Matthew Modine narrates.
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Babies Learn Music Easier Than Adults
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Learning music comes much more easily to very young kids than to adults.
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Brain-Healing Bridges
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Two MIT scientists nanotechnologically reconnect brain cells.
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Video - Monkey in the Mirror
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Behavioral scientists discover many remarkable similarities between humans and other primates. George Page narrates
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Video - LED's Lead Lighting Revolution
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Light Emitting Diodes disrupt stage shows, automobiles, lamps, traffic signals, jewelry, knitting and home lighting.
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How To Freeze Light
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Physicist Matt Sellars' decelerated laser pulses shine the way to quantum computers.
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Hot Crocodile Problem
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Croc expert Alison Leslie of University of Stellenbosch discusses the potential impact of climate change on Nile crocodile populations.
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July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
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Video - Revolving skull
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
CT scan of fish fossil shows large a spiracular opening, which ultimately became the middle ear in vertebrates.
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Video - Attack by Chicken
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The silkmoth caterpillar under attack by a chicken. After the attacked, the caterpillar made clicking noises and released a pool of foul brown liquid. The caterpillar survived.
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Video - Caterpillar: Beach and Room
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Superbot "caterpillars" across the room.
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Cancer Curing Blood
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Transfusions from cancer resistant individuals could help - or even cure - those afflicted with disease.
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Robot on Mind Control
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The robot is responding to cues from a graduate student's brain activity, the robot picks up one of the objects, and carries it to a location of the person's choice.
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Video - Ancient Beast in Action
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
How a juvenile plesiosaur, discovered in Antarctica, might have appeared.
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Addiction: It's In Your Genes
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Vulnerability to drug and alcohol abuse has been located to a particular gene. But will this finding stand the test of time?
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Video - Loss of Arctic Sea Ice
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
This animation shows the year-to-year variability of Arctic sea ice. By about 2040, the Arctic may be nearly devoid of sea ice during the late summer unless greenhouse gas emissions are significantly…
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Video - Multiple Mates
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Female mouse-like marsupial, mates with many males, each event lasting up to 14 hours.
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July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
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July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
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The U.S. Air Force's Thunderbirds display team ran ...
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The U.S. Air Force's Thunderbirds display team ranks among the very best military formation teams in the world.
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Video - Salamander Goes Ballistic
July 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The giant palm salamander Bolitoglossa dofleini shoots out its tongue with more instantaneous power than any known vertebrate muscle.
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