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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.
6 months ago by neolib to /s/offbeat 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.
Elephants' giant, hot testicles could stop them getting cancer
5 months ago by [deleted] to /s/TIL from livescience.com
NASA accidentally severs contact with Voyager 2 probe 12 billion miles from Earth
4 months ago by Musky to /s/space from livescience.com
How Gay Mallard Duck Necrophilia was Discovered
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/science from livescience.com
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
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/science from livescience.com
10 phallic flora and fauna that look just like penises
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/Earth from livescience.com
World's smallest particle accelerator is 54 million times smaller than the Large Hardon Collider, and it works
1 month ago by hfxB0oyA to /s/science from livescience.com
James Webb telescope sees potential signs of alien life in the atmosphere of a distant 'Goldilocks' water world
2 months 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"
4 months ago by neolib to /s/space 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
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
Physicists just rewrote a foundational rule for nuclear fusion reactors that could unleash twice the power
Parasite that controls cat minds may infect billions of people. The clue is in their eyes
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Health from livescience.com
Microbes In The Sky
1 year ago by Zapped to /s/science from livescience.com
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
Bye, Bye, Playboy Bunnies: 5 Ways Porn Affects the Brain
3 years ago by yishengqingwa666 to /s/antipornography from livescience.com
'Doubly magic' form of oxygen may challenge a fundamental law of physics
3 days ago by ZephirAWT to /s/ScienceUncensored from livescience.com
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"
2 months ago by neolib to /s/science 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.
4 months ago by neolib to /s/science from livescience.com
Late Cretaceous Monotreme tooth, and part of jaw found ... In South America.
8 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
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Internet from livescience.com
Bad Blood? Why Transfusions from Women May Be Risky for Men
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
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
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
China's $1 trillion 'artificial sun' fusion reactor just got five times hotter than the sun
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'
3 years ago by DoktorOmni to /s/PoleShit 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
Why we must resist all forms of surveillance and maintain our entanglements free from tyrannical influences and interpretations
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/privacy from livescience.com
3,300 Year Old Divination Shrines Discovered in Armenia
4 years ago by Kangbanger to /s/AncientHistory from livescience.com