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Monday, January 11

  1. msg GENPETS message posted GENPETS I must say their very ugly... My mom actually told me about these. She first heard of them throu…
    GENPETS
    I must say their very ugly...

    My mom actually told me about these. She first heard of them through chain mail and then shared it with the rest of us.
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  2. page Jeremy Ko edited ... Where did we come from? {http://churchofcriticalthinking.org/images/missinglinkdebate.jpg} …
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    Where did we come from?
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    link?. NewScientist, 35-41.----35-41.
    3. Missing Link (More(New info.)
    On May 19, 2009, the Germany scientists found a new "transitional" fossil that one of ancester of humans. The fossil is 47 million years old. The scientist says "This is first link to all humans." They called this fossil, "Ida."
    Refernce: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLbL1OHU9ZM
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  3. page Jeremy Ko edited ... Where did we come from? {http://churchofcriticalthinking.org/images/missinglinkdebate.jpg} …
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    Where did we come from?
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    ​Refernce:Prothero, Donald. (2008). What missing link?. NewScientist, 35-41.----
    3. Missing Link (More info.)
    On May 19, 2009, the Germany scientists found a new "transitional" fossil that one of ancester of humans. The fossil is 47 million years old. The scientist says "This is first link to all humans." They called this fossil, "Ida."
    Refernce: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLbL1OHU9ZM
    Refernce:Prothero, Donald. (2008). What missing link?. NewScientist, 35-41.
    4. Clam clean up
    Clams naturally clean water by absorbing toxins in their tissues as they draw in water. Many of our streams and rivers are contaminated with pollutants like pesticides, lead, arsenic and PCBs. This is very inexpensive way to clean up the pollutions. Clams are filter-feeders, meaning they draw water into their shells, remove the food they find, and then draw in more food-rich water to continue feeding. This means that lots of water works its way through their shells. The muscle of the clam gathers not only food, but other material suspended in water during this process, which can lead to the accumulation of toxins and pollutants.
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  4. msg tanning beds!! message posted tanning beds!! i believe so
    tanning beds!!
    i believe so
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  5. msg Bone Disease message posted Bone Disease im goign to say no just because ytou would die preetty quick if your organs didnt work lol
    Bone Disease
    im goign to say no just because ytou would die preetty quick if your organs didnt work lol
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  6. msg 2012 message posted 2012 i wont sleep the night of december 20, 2012 haha
    2012
    i wont sleep the night of december 20, 2012 haha
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Sunday, January 10

  1. msg insulin murderers message posted insulin murderers I just read your post..how intriguing....and this is one potential weapon you can take on an airpla…
    insulin murderers
    I just read your post..how intriguing....and this is one potential weapon you can take on an airplane...let's not let crazy people read about this :)

    Very interesting post.
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  2. msg GENPETS message posted GENPETS bizarre! Where did you first hear of these?
    GENPETS
    bizarre! Where did you first hear of these?
    10:03 am
  3. msg last post message posted last post Love it :)
    last post
    Love it :)
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Saturday, January 9

  1. page Felix Zhou edited ... References: Wanjek, C. (2009, September 18). 7 solid health tips that no longer apply. LiveSc…
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    References:
    Wanjek, C. (2009, September 18). 7 solid health tips that no longer apply. LiveScience, Retrieved from http://www.livescience.com/health/090918-bad-health-tips.html
    Retrieved January 2nd, 2010
    #9
    What would being sucked into a blackhole look like?
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    References:
    Battersby, S. (2009, April). What would it Look like to fall into a black hole?. New Scientist, Retrieved from http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn16885-what-would-it-look-like-to-fall-into-a-black-hole.html
    Retrieved January 2nd, 2010
    #8
    Video simulation shows ENTIRE known universe
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    References:
    Fox, S. (2009, December 17). Video: simulation renders entire known universe. Popsci, Retrieved from http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2009-12/new-simulation-renders-entire-known-universe
    Retrieved December 24th, 2009
    #7
    Dogs VS Cats - which is better?
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    References:
    Douglas, K. (2009, December 9). Dogs vs cats: the great pet showdown. NewScientist, Retrieved from http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20427381.200-dogs-vs-cats-the-great-pet-showdown.html?page=4
    Retrieved December 11th, 2009
    #6
    Water found on moon
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    References:
    Cowen, R. (2009, November 13). Moon crash reveals crater held water. Science News, Retrieved from http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/49568/title/Moon_crash_reveals_crater_held_water
    Retrieved November 19th, 2009
    #5
    Biodegradable batteries?
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    References:
    Bland, E.B. (2009, October 19). Salt and paper make disposable batteries. Discovery News, Retrieved from http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2009/10/19/2717673.htm
    Retrieved November 3rd, 2009
    #4
    The science of music
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    References:
    Christine Kenneally, C.K. (2008, February 23). The music enigma. NewScientist, 197, 28-37.
    Retrieved October 18th, 2009
    #3
    H1N1 nasal and injection vaccine released
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    References:
    Seppa, Nathan, S.N. (2009, October 9). H1N1 flu is back and found in 37 states, CDC reports . ScienceNews, Retrieved from http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/48262/title/H1N1_flu_is_back_and_found_in_37_states%2C_CDC_reports
    Retrieved October 15th, 2009
    #2
    Cell phones: Safe or not?
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    References:
    Ornes Stephen, . (2009, October 8). Are cell phones safe?. ScienceNews, Retrieved from http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/48122/title/FOR_KIDS_Are_cell_phones_safe%3F
    Retrieved October 8th, 2009
    #1
    Genetic experiment changes the way two monkeys see the world:
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    Reference(s):
    Ornes S., (2009, September 30). Two monkeys see a more colorful world. ScienceNews, Retrieved from http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/47940/title/FOR_KIDS_Two_monkeys_see_a_more_colorful_world
    Retrieved October 4th, 2009
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