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Links 1 through 10 of 16 by Chris Turner tagged science

"The Earth Observatory is a website run by NASA's Earth Observing System Project Science Office (EOSPSO). Bringing together imagery from many different satellites and astronaut missions, the website publishes fantastic images with highly detailed descriptions, feature articles and more. Gathered here are some standout photographs from the collections in the Earth Observatory over the past several years."

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This explains why my little sister got away with so much more. University of Maryland, Duke University, & John Hopkins, with over 11,000 test subjects. Methinks this may be no junk science.

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A great start-to-launch sequence of photos, from the arrival of the external fuel tank from Mississippi to launch of the Discovery.

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Walk for one minute, generate enough power for thirty minutes of mobile phone usage. They just need to get the size of the thing smaller for it to really be commercially viable.

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"...like Billboard Charts for gadgets!" Pretty interesting site, easy to waste a lot of time on it.

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For the geek who has everything, though I'd prefer one with a Delorean wrapped around it.

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NASA has finally provided a RSS feed for its popular Astronomy Picture of the Day site (popularly known as APOD). Point your news readers to http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod.rss

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Indian chili pepper scored a million on the Scoville heat unit scale, which measures the spiciness of peppers. A jalapeno pepper measures between 2,500 and 8,000 on the scale.

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Noteworthy is the observation that Gore was awarded the Peace Prize when he hasn't really done anything peace-worthy.

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