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Ask a Terrier: Cloning Has Budleigh Seeing Double

March 30, 2018
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Dear Budleigh, So Barbra Streisand cloned her dog? Seriously? They can do that? Does it cost a lot? How much lightning is involved? Is the clone exactly like the original dog or more of a…

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Starman and the Space Roadster, Or: Musk to Mars!

February 12, 2018
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When I was supposed to be sleeping the other day I woke up with a stomach ache (long story), and went downstairs for some soda crackers and 7 Up. (They’re called soda crackers, so you…

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Eclipse: It’s Not Just a Twilight Novel

August 17, 2017
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By now most people have probably figured out that an eclipse is coming this Monday, as it tends to do here in America every so often. Still, I’m not sure everyone’s completely clear on all…

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What do humans taste like & other questions you probably never thought to ask

May 10, 2017
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Those darn scientists—they’re always delving into matters we mere mortals never thought to ask about (at least out loud), busting myths, and providing interesting blog fodder in the process. Well, at least I think it’s…

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It’s a Trappist! … In Twelve Parsecs

February 24, 2017
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The headline stopped me cold: “Seven Objects Found Circling Dwarf”. My first thought, as you might imagine, was: “Wait–I thought ‘dwarf’ was now an insulting, politically incorrect term, like ‘midget’, or ‘calm political discussion’. Sure,…

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Thirsty Dave recently got into the branch of agriculture that deals with the art, science, technology, and business of growing plants.

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I, Neanderthal

July 23, 2016
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According to the latest scientific findings, almost everyone outside of Sub-Saharan Africa has some Neanderthal in their DNA. I sent my DNA to The National Geographic’s Genographic Project, and, according to my results, I am…

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Rush Limbaugh Disproves Centuries of Science With Well-Researched Treatise

June 3, 2016
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Recently during his radio show, host Rush Limbaugh unwittingly destroyed many centuries’ worth of evolutionary science simply with an offhand quip about Harambe, the gorilla at the center of the recent Cincinnati Zoo incident. Limbaugh,…

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Is weight loss science finally getting its s**t together?

April 18, 2016
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Are you as confused as I am about the science of weight loss? Friends and enemies change so frequently, you feel like you are stuck in perpetual middle school. Carbs, fat, wheat, protein, and exercise…

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Inspiring Teen Uses Potato To Run Digital Clock, Envisions One Day Powering Entire Cities From Potatoes

October 16, 2015
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HOUSTON, TEXAS – Inspiring local teen Frank Protsman won the Southeast Texas Regional Science Fair with an innovative clock which can actually be powered by potatoes. Amazingly, Protsman inserted electrodes into common produce and apparently…

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