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Why Bad Science Is Like Bad Religion

Why Bad Science Is Like Bad Religion | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Share on Facebook Why Bad Science Is Like Bad Religion by Dr. Rupert Sheldrake In both religion and science, some people are dishonest, exploitative, incompetent and exhibit other human failings. My concern here is with the bigger picture.
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Malaria is the number one killer of children under 5 in South Sudan. - Science - May 2, 2012 - OMG Facts

Malaria is the number one killer of children under 5 in South Sudan.   - Science - May 2, 2012 - OMG Facts | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Malaria is the number one killer of children under 5 in South Sudan. - Science - May 2, 2012 - Your Mind.
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Tuna record Fukushima pollution

Tuna record Fukushima pollution | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Pacific Bluefin tuna caught off the coast of California are found to have radioactive contamination from last year's Fukushima nuclear accident.
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Wanted: alien life – dead or alive

Wanted: alien life – dead or alive | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Much of the work of Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California is focused on searching for traces of past life on Mars, but what astrobiologist Kevin Hand dreams of finding living creatures on watery moons (訳すと宇宙生物学,あやしい学問のようですが,決して宇宙のことばかりではありません “@NatureGeosci:...
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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 5 Great Infographics for Language Teachers and Learners

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 5 Great Infographics for Language Teachers and Learners | GHS Science | Scoop.it
English tools :)
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What caused the mystery of the Dark Day?

What caused the mystery of the Dark Day? | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Three centuries ago a strange event turned morning to night. It remains wreathed in mystery - so what caused the Dark Day? (What caused the mystery of the Dark Day?
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Gene studies and gene sequencing used to unravel autism puzzle

Gene studies and gene sequencing used to unravel autism puzzle | GHS Science | Scoop.it
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A sweeping study of hundreds of families with autism has found that spontaneous mutations can occur in a parent's sperm or egg cells that increase a child's risk for autism, and fathers...

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This eclipse runs a ring around the others

This eclipse runs a ring around the others | GHS Science | Scoop.it
A rare "ring" solar eclipse is coming to California on Sunday evening — the first of its kind to be visible from the continental United States since 1994.
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cankler » Blog Archive » Artificial Leaf Silicon Trees

cankler » Blog Archive » Artificial Leaf Silicon Trees | GHS Science | Scoop.it

SCIENCE MATTERS... Artificial Leaf Silicon Trees. MIT scientists have demonstrated the first practical artificial leaf

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7 Wonders of the Microbe World: Genetic Engineering

7 Wonders of the Microbe World: Genetic Engineering | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Continuing in the Open University's " Seven Wonders of the Microbe World " series is ...
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Gene studies begin to unravel autism puzzle

Gene studies begin to unravel autism puzzle | GHS Science | Scoop.it
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A sweeping study of hundreds of families with autism has found that spontaneous mutations can occur in a parent's sperm or egg cells that increase a child's risk for autism, and fathers...
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Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?

http://www.ted.com Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) ...
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The “real” science behind five video game items

The “real” science behind five video game items | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Here are five objects that don't act like their real-world counterparts...and the truth behind their strange behavior.
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Venus’s Transit Between Earth and Sun Will Be Last Until 2117

Venus’s Transit Between Earth and Sun Will Be Last Until 2117 | GHS Science | Scoop.it
While no longer of great scientific import, a Venus transit is still a rare and striking event, occurring in pairs, eight years apart, about once a century.
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teachwithyouripad - Science Apps

teachwithyouripad - Science Apps | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Collection of great science apps for MS and HS students http://t.co/qIjKVw0r #scichat #edtech #edapps #ipaded...
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Street lights 'changing ecology'

Street lights 'changing ecology' | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Researchers find that ground-dwelling invertebrates such as harvestmen and beetles preferentially live near street lights, even during the day.
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Repost: SfN Neuroblogging. And now, a powerpoint presentation. | Neurotic Physiology

Repost: SfN Neuroblogging. And now, a powerpoint presentation. | Neurotic Physiology | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Great list of do's & dont's for presentations :)
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'Hunger Games' Science: Investigating Genetically Engineered Organisms

'Hunger Games' Science: Investigating Genetically Engineered Organisms | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Lesson | Students learn about the risks and benefits of research on genetically modified organisms, explore the growing D.I.Y. biology movement and develop proposals on restricting or permitting research in this area.
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CORPUS Leiden - Science Museums - Holland.com

CORPUS Leiden - Science Museums - Holland.com | GHS Science | Scoop.it
For the first time in history you can travel through the human body! CORPUS in Leiden is an amazing experience that teaches you how your body functions.
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Kimball's Biology Pages

Kimball's Biology Pages | GHS Science | Scoop.it

online biology text - covers all aspects of the biology course in yr11-Uni.

able to serach for specific topics by using the insite search engine.

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Questions About Bird Flu Research Swirl Around Private WHO Meeting : NPR

A small group has gathered at the World Health Organization in Geneva to discuss a controversy over experiments that generated genetically altered viruses. After the meeting, which ends Friday, the WHO will announce what happened behind closed doors.
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If Charles Darwin Created Foursquare, It Might Look Like This

If Charles Darwin Created Foursquare, It Might Look Like This | GHS Science | Scoop.it
Project Noah harnesses the power of mobile to let armchair naturalists contribute to real scientific research.
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