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submitted 2 months ago by magnora7 from i.redd.it
A small cartel controls scientific publishing, charging extortionate fees to access research which the public has funded. Following the example of Aaron Swartz, a young scientist called Alexandra Elbakyan created Sci-Hub, which allows free access to 70 million papers hidden behind paywalls.
submitted 8 months ago by Orangutan from theguardian.com
Monsanto's global weedkiller harms honeybee gut bacteria
submitted 7 months ago by d3rr from theguardian.com
There are 3 trilion trees in the world, they used to be twice as much before the advent of agriculture 12.000 years ago and currently the world is losing trees at a rate of 10 milion trees a year.
submitted 6 months ago by magnora7 from scientificamerican.com
Did you know that brass handles self sterilize? It's called the Oligodynamic Effect. It even kills superbug bacteria. Hospital induced infection is the 4th leading cause of death in the US. Why aren't hospital door knobs, handrails, and common contact points, all made of brass?
submitted 8 months ago by Tom_Bombadil from en.m.wikipedia.org
'Mindful people' feel less pain; MRI imaging pinpoints supporting brain activity
submitted 8 months ago by magnora7 from medicalxpress.com
Glyphosate (Roundup) found in rain
submitted 7 months ago by expat from archive.usgs.gov
Long-sought decay of Higgs boson observed
submitted 8 months ago by useless_aether from home.cern
A massive list of links casting doubt on the trustworthiness of Mainstream Media, Scientific studies and more.
submitted 1 year ago * by oldaccount29 from self.science
The tree that bleeds metal — Its latex has an unusual blue-green colour as it contains up to 25% nickel
submitted 8 months ago by magnora7 from bbc.co.uk
Solutions: Open Science - corbett report
submitted 1 month ago by fred_red_beans from youtube.com
How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger
submitted 1 month ago by Entropick from npr.org
Water Fluoridation: A Critical Review of the Physiological Effects of Ingested Fluoride as a Public Health Intervention
submitted 3 months ago by Voracious_Observer from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Our native language affects what we can and can’t see, finds a new brainwave study, which shows for the first time that our native language, and the color categories we apply within it, can influence whether we consciously perceive a stimulus or not.
submitted 6 months ago by magnora7 from digest.bps.org.uk
Bacteria Floating 9000 Metres Overhead Could Be Influencing The Weather
submitted 7 months ago by magnora7 from gizmodo.com.au
Great ape teeth: Discovery in Germany could re-write human history
submitted 1 year ago by magnora7 from usatoday.com
Alarm over decline in flying insects-75% over 30 years
submitted 1 year ago by muad_dib from bbc.com
CO2 is a coolant, not a greenhouse gas.
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from science.nasa.gov
(LUNAR ECLIPSE HAPPING RIGHT NOW) January 2019 lunar eclipse: How to watch the super blood wolf moon eclipse
submitted 4 months ago by Tom_Bombadil from indystar.com
A New Connection between the Gut and Brain - A surprising way that diet leads risks of stroke and cognitive impairment
submitted 5 months ago by magnora7 from scientificamerican.com
Everything you know about the Jewish people, the Palestinians, and Israel is a lie
submitted 6 months ago by useless_aether from i.imgtc.com
How the images captured of Pluto have progressed over the years
submitted 7 months ago by magnora7 from i.redd.it
Is Most Published Research Wrong? - Veritasium
submitted 7 months ago by magnora7 from youtube.com
Potential DNA damage from DNA-editing system CRISPR has been 'seriously underestimated,' new study finds
submitted 10 months ago by magnora7 from statnews.com
Scientists have grown a miniature brain in a dish with a spinal cord and muscles attached. The lentil-sized grey blob of human brain cells were seen to spontaneously send out tendril-like connections to link up with the spinal cord and muscle tissue. The muscles were then seen to visibly contract.
submitted 2 months ago by Vigte from theguardian.com