Science Doesn’t Sleep (4.30.08)


April 30, 2008
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Home Cinema Sunday. Popcorn Sunday.
Creative Commons License photo credit: kozumel

So here’s what went down since you logged off.

I think I’ll go with the Raisinettes next time. A new study shows a higher incidence of lung disease among popcorn-factory workers.  

An Australian geologist has found a rare meteorite impact crater – using Google Earth. What can you find?

Pro athletes already seem superhuman – what happens if they start being genetically engineered? SciGuy has an interesting take on whether genetics are the steroids of the future.

 Did you catch the Messenger this month? If not, the Sydney Observatory has a great photo post about the changing brightness of Mars.

Hurry up, Jr. – your bald eagle stew is getting cold! The best way to save an endangered species might be to get people to eat it.

Erin B
Authored By Erin B Blatzer

Erin is the Director of Business Development at HMNS. In a past life, she was a public relations and online marketing dynamo at HMNS.

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