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Scientists in China find mysterious virus at the bottom of the Mariana Trench: "The virus, called vB_HmeY_H4907, was found at a depth of 29,199 feet... The virus is a bacteriophage — a type of lifeform that infects bacteria before hijacking their cellular machinery to generate more copies of itself"
10 days ago by neolib to /s/science from livescience.com
James Webb telescope sees potential signs of alien life in the atmosphere of a distant 'Goldilocks' water world
10 days ago by Zapped to /s/science from livescience.com
Mars is spinning faster, and scientists aren't sure why: "...the Red Planet's spin is accelerating at a rate of 4 milliarcseconds — one one-thousandth of an arcsecond, a unit of angularity — per year. As a result, the length of a Martian day is getting shorter by fractions of a millisecond annually"
1 month ago by neolib to /s/space from livescience.com
NASA accidentally severs contact with Voyager 2 probe 12 billion miles from Earth
2 months ago by Musky to /s/space from livescience.com
Bizarre giant viruses with tubular tentacles and star-like shells discovered in New England forest - Giant viruses are much more diverse in shape and size than scientists previously thought, according to a new study.
2 months ago by neolib to /s/science from livescience.com
Elephants' giant, hot testicles could stop them getting cancer
2 months ago by [deleted] to /s/TIL from livescience.com
'Virgin birth' recorded in crocodile for 1st time ever - The American crocodile had been isolated in a reptile park enclosure for 16 years when she laid a clutch of eggs.
3 months ago by neolib to /s/offbeat from livescience.com
Orcas have sunk 3 boats in Europe and appear to be teaching others to do the same. Scientists think a traumatized orca initiated the assault on boats after a "critical moment of agony" and that the behavior is spreading among the population through social learning.
4 months ago by neolib to /s/offbeat from livescience.com
Late Cretaceous Monotreme tooth, and part of jaw found ... In South America.
6 months ago by ActuallyNot to /s/palaeontology from livescience.com
Human skulls are pierced with coffin nails and human bones are turned into Ouija board pieces; almost nothing is off-limits in the U.K.'s thriving online human remains trade
11 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Internet from livescience.com
Bad Blood? Why Transfusions from Women May Be Risky for Men
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Health from livescience.com
Gold and silver treasures discovered with 'elite craftspeople' burials near powerful Wari queen's tomb
1 year ago by jet199 to /s/Archeology from livescience.com
How Gay Mallard Duck Necrophilia was Discovered
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/science from livescience.com
A week after a quiet admission from the NASA went unnoticed, reporters caught on that a “micrometeoroid” caused “significant uncorrectable damage” to America’s celebrated $10 billion Webb Telescope. The Hubble was notorious for being an endlessly orbiting symbol of American decline. But the Webb?
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/space from livescience.com
Weak G1 geomagnetic storm called 'Canyon of fire' will slam into Earth today or tomorrow
2,100-year-old farmstead in Israel found 'frozen in time' after owners disappeared
Physicists just rewrote a foundational rule for nuclear fusion reactors that could unleash twice the power
30 of the world's most valuable treasures that are still missing
1 year ago by One_Jack_Move to /s/whatever from livescience.com
Parasite that controls cat minds may infect billions of people. The clue is in their eyes
Largest known cave art images in US by Indigenous Americans discovered in Alabama
Mysterious ceramic jars may actually be 900-year-old Crusader hand grenades
Dozens of unexplained cases of liver inflammation seen in UK children
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/news from livescience.com
Microbes In The Sky
1 year ago by Zapped to /s/science from livescience.com
China's $1 trillion 'artificial sun' fusion reactor just got five times hotter than the sun
Peculiar parasitic fungi discovered growing out of the rectum of a 50 million-year-old fossilized ant
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/science from livescience.com
Largest objects ever get cooled down to their ‘quantum limit’
2 years ago by killerjavi98 to /s/science from livescience.com
DARPA takes step toward 'holy grail of encryption'
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Security from livescience.com
Earth's magnetic field flipped 42,000 years ago, creating a climate 'disaster'
Human-Size Blob Drifts by Divers. And It's Packed with Hundreds of Thousands of Baby Squid.
2 years ago by zyxzevn to /s/Biology from livescience.com
Mysterious particles spewing from Antarctica defy physics
2 years ago by DoktorOmni to /s/PoleShit from livescience.com
Bye, Bye, Playboy Bunnies: 5 Ways Porn Affects the Brain
3 years ago by yishengqingwa666 to /s/antipornography from livescience.com
Massive ancient temple complex may lurk beneath famous Northern Ireland fort
3 years ago by dippydap to /s/Archeology from livescience.com
Hitchcockian Crows Spread the Word About Unkind Humans
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/science from livescience.com
The moon is 85 million years younger than previously thought
3 years ago by runtis to /s/science from livescience.com
Lumpy flint figurines may be some of the earliest depictions of real people
Gold from Bacteria
3 years ago by Questionable to /s/science from livescience.com
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/science from livescience.com
Why we must resist all forms of surveillance and maintain our entanglements free from tyrannical influences and interpretations
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/privacy from livescience.com
3,300 Year Old Divination Shrines Discovered in Armenia
3 years ago by Kangbanger to /s/AncientHistory from livescience.com