The team of divers were looking for WWII shipwreck around Orsta, Norway. What they found instead was much more otherworldly: the sight of a gigantic egg sac full of hundreds of thousands of baby squid.
Divers Were Looking For WWI Wreckage. They Found This Giant Squid Egg Instead – Digg
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Tagged animal, aquatic, egg, egg sac, giant squid, life, marine, nature, ocean, science, squid |
A spacecraft with vials of cow cells landed at the International Space Station in September. From there, cosmonauts fed the vials into a 3D printer.
Meat grows in space with 3D printer on International Space Station – Business Insider
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Tagged 3D printing, cosmonauts, food, International Space Station, meat, Russian, science, space, technology |
Alexei Leonov, the first person to perform a spacewalk, died this week. He was 85.
Alexei Leonov, the first man to ever walk in space, has died – CNN
Posted in History, People, Russia, Science, Space |
Tagged Alexei Leonov, cosmonaut, death, first spacewalk, history, obituary, science, space, spacewalk |
The observations could signal a new cognitive skill previously unknown amid swine, which are well known for their intelligence.
Pigs recorded using tools for the first time
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Tagged animal, animal intelligence, intelligence, nature, pigs, science, swine, tool use |
Saltwater is killing off woodlands all along the mid-Atlantic coast, sometimes surprisingly far from the sea.
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Tagged Atlantic, climate change, coast, environment, forests, ghost forests, nature, science, sea levels, trees, woodlands |
They can only be made (by a robot) and eaten above 14,000 feet, and are endangered by climate change.
What to know about the cult-favorite Pikes Peak Summit House donuts.
Get Fresh Donuts at 14,000 Feet at Pikes Peak Summit House in Colorado – Thrillist
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Tagged altitude, baking, climate change, Colorado, cooking, donut, doughnut, environment, food, mountain, Pikes Peak, restaurant, robot, science, Summit House, technology |
A surprising new study challenged decades of nutrition advice and gave consumers the green light to eat more red and processed meat. But what the study didn’t say is that its lead author has past research ties to the meat and food industry.
Scientist Who Discredited Meat Guidelines Didn’t Report Past Food Industry Ties
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Tagged business, conflicts of interest, food, food industry, health, meat, nutrition, red meat, safety, science |