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tth June 2013
The oldest known The world' s first The discovery of three
primate fossil was bionic eye prototype beautifully preserved
found, shedding light was unveiled. fossil triceratops was
on our own evolution. announced.
A remote controlled The death throes of a Scientists finally
helicopter took flight dying galaxy were determined why the Moon
controlled just with observed for the first does not have a uniform
the power of thought. time. gravitational field.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - RageRambo
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It's made of ****** cheese. Of course it's gravity is going to be off.
#42 to #5 - whatshouldibenamed
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**whatshouldibenamed rolled a random image posted in comment #43 at Classic **
Like a boss!
#113 to #5 - dogziller
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wGMsOhaPJs
if this guy says it is i will believe anything.
User avatar #6 to #5 - theableacher
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Correct. Did you also know, that the reason why the moon only shows itself at night? It is because in the day time it melts and then vaporise! When the sun turns off, it'll cool down and become solid once more!
#9 - radtroll
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To the dude making these
To the dude making these
#137 to #9 - anon id: ea2b213b
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(it's a girl making them)
User avatar #109 to #9 - xsnowshark
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Gotta watch out for that fulminated mercury
#134 to #109 - kievaughnb
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User avatar #11 to #9 - maggotarms
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its a woman and her page called "i ******* love science", assuming thats what the IFLS stands for at the top
User avatar #34 to #11 - foromil
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That is what it stands for. Good guess, sir.
#4 - unemployeddonkey
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so i guess soon everybody will run around like this badass ************
User avatar #130 to #4 - rjake
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And they can pretend theyre using magic to make helicopters fly
#38 - EventHorizon
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MFW the bottom right one...
#72 to #38 - anon id: d15141e1
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Did you choose that username from a scientific niche or a sci-fi reference? Either way I like it.
User avatar #75 to #72 - EventHorizon
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More science-based... black holes and all.
User avatar #114 to #38 - spritedrake
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You must be mentioned a lot in science-related topics.
User avatar #151 to #114 - EventHorizon
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Well usually people use a space between the two words, so never actually.
#53 - redtooth
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Makes this week in science posts   
   
doesn't put giant penguins or Nikola Teslas in the background
Makes this week in science posts

doesn't put giant penguins or Nikola Teslas in the background
#63 to #53 - ohlorrdyy
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penguin teslas are actually quite awesome
#68 to #63 - redtooth
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they are, it's just that they can be a bit irrelevant, especially when they're just floating through space doing nothing next to a wall of text
they are, it's just that they can be a bit irrelevant, especially when they're just floating through space doing nothing next to a wall of text
User avatar #105 to #68 - butterisgood
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i think he was there because it was his birthday or something, so not completely irrelevent
#73 - anonymouzx
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Most of us are doing almost nothing to contribute to science. We just think it's the neatest **** ever.
Most of us are doing almost nothing to contribute to science. We just think it's the neatest **** ever.
#119 to #73 - millex
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The sad truth...
User avatar #128 to #73 - toosexyforyou
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Well I start at UF on the 26th and I'm majoring in Aerospace Engineering. I'll try and make you guys proud.
User avatar #148 to #128 - anonymouzx
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That's what I was thinking of doing.
User avatar #149 to #148 - toosexyforyou
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Go for it. I've only read positive things about it.
#17 - alxon
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#32 to #17 - foromil
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We can share! Happy ending!
User avatar #28 to #17 - bulbakip
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3edgy5me
#30 to #17 - Tyranitar
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#24 to #17 - demha
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this week in atheism
User avatar #25 to #17 - zaperzero
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Get your unrelated Atheism out of here. It's not amusing when bronies do it, it's not amusing when you do it.
#18 to #17 - bitchplzzz
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User avatar #100 - kiratheunholy
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A mind-controlled helicopter? No, those fools... don't they know that ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS
User avatar #103 to #100 - demandsgayversion
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not since the accident
#107 to #103 - kiratheunholy
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Are you the chosen one?
User avatar #108 to #107 - demandsgayversion
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I JUST dropped to 667. I was all excited.
User avatar #110 to #108 - kiratheunholy
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Tis a shame.... there aren't enough hellspawns around these days.
User avatar #112 to #110 - demandsgayversion
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Damien got a dead nun for his birthday, I want an undead pony. Being 5'5'', I can grow a beard and ride it around like a dwarven lich commander, throwing candy at people on halloween and they won't know how terrified that they should be, or that I just recruited them into my undead army.
#26 - mankey
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The bionic eye makes me think of this badass.
#29 to #26 - bulbakip
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MFW I just started watching The Next Generation. what have I been doing my whole life?
#52 to #29 - mankey
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You have obviously been watching terrible shows! lol   
   
Don't watch Deep Space 9, boring as hell. Too much religion, not enough exploration and meeting new cultures and new civilizations, barely any going where no one has gone before. It's mainly just Sisko sat on a space station waiting for a war to turn up.   
   
Much prefer Next Gen, Voyager, The Original Series and Enterprise (up till the point they start ******* with the timeline.)
You have obviously been watching terrible shows! lol

Don't watch Deep Space 9, boring as hell. Too much religion, not enough exploration and meeting new cultures and new civilizations, barely any going where no one has gone before. It's mainly just Sisko sat on a space station waiting for a war to turn up.

Much prefer Next Gen, Voyager, The Original Series and Enterprise (up till the point they start ******* with the timeline.)
#56 to #52 - bulbakip
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You also watch The Doctor?
You also watch The Doctor?
User avatar #59 to #56 - mankey
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No, I wanted to, but didn't know where to start. Went all the way back to the first doctor and then realised how much I'd have to Youtube, torrent, download, or buy to see it all. lol
User avatar #78 to #59 - bulbakip
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ohhh dang. netflix has the the new and classic doctor who! I started with the 9th doctor in the reboot, its really good. hopfully some friend lends you his dvd collection. just look for people running around in trench coats with screw drivers, can't miss a fan.
#102 to #78 - mankey
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I heard the best way to find a fan is to put a stone angel on your garden behind a hedge, the ones that flinch are Dr Who fans. lol
User avatar #162 to #102 - bulbakip
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Oh sweet jesus its true... *quivers*