Science weekly. I like to shove pineapples up my fridge. THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE f "if - - NASA successfully Scientists create 7. . testes space transparent mouse
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Science weekly. I like to shove pineapples up my fridge. THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE f "if - - NASA successfully Scientists create 7. . testes space transparent mouse

I like to shove pineapples up my fridge

THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE
f "if - - NASA successfully Scientists create
7. . testes space transparent mouse with
drive that uses organs to
microwaves to fly study anatomy
Hubble spots ancient Malaria vaccine ‘ l r." ‘V’ C. .
galaxy that acts as shown to prevent .--at
enormous magnifying disease in kids for "":
glass 13 months
New source of stem
cells has been
discovered in teeth for
the first time
Newly developed
screen display
Researchers engineer
parasite found in cat
feces to fight cancer
Massive species of
extinct penguin has
been discovered
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Submitted: 08/03/2014
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#11 - dalokan (08/04/2014) [-]
NASA successfully testes
User avatar #18 - olmesy (08/04/2014) [-]
"Captain, our ship is approaching the destination. I suggest we begin decelerating"

"Very well, Jones. Shift into defrost"
User avatar #35 to #18 - jokeface (08/04/2014) [-]
"Captain, the plate has dislodged from the roller! We're going down!"
User avatar #2 - whichever (08/03/2014) [-]
>NASA successfully testes
#4 - vonspyder (08/04/2014) [-]
**vonspyder rolled image** <--MFW TESTES.
**vonspyder rolled image** <--MFW TESTES.
#12 to #4 - lancasthor (08/04/2014) [-]
Two other things about that.

A) Its not fuelless, its just more energy efficient way of turning electricity into thrust.
B) "NASA successfully tests" is pretty sensation seeking topic for an invention what was made two years ago by British and Chinese teams. NASA simply didnt believe the results before, now they do.

Nevertheless, we should feel optimistic about some space agency putting this rule bending discovery into practical use.
User avatar #23 to #12 - commontroll (08/04/2014) [-]
He's pointing out the fact that OP's subconscious thoughts about balls came out in the post instead of saying tests he said testes.
#25 - evebishop (08/04/2014) [-]
Here's a pic of one the transparent mouse...
#10 - iowndemostest ONLINE (08/04/2014) [-]
&quot;NASA successfully testes...&quot;
"NASA successfully testes..."
#22 - Accidentalninja (08/04/2014) [-]
Amazing scientific advancements all anybody cares about is one spelling error.
Soon we will all be able to read each others minds anyways thanks to science.
This is a post for ants.
#19 - Rascal (08/04/2014) [-]
praising the cats
#27 - Rascal (08/04/2014) [-]
Just an FYI on that NASA one.    
   
1. They still have to do a lot more testing on that 			****		.    
2. They have no idea how it will perform in a near-perfect vacuum.    
3. They did have independent studied done, but each one did only a slightly different test.    
   
Everything about this fuel-less space drive breaks multiple fundamental laws of physics. If proven factual and useful it will usher in a new-age of science.
Just an FYI on that NASA one.

1. They still have to do a lot more testing on that **** .
2. They have no idea how it will perform in a near-perfect vacuum.
3. They did have independent studied done, but each one did only a slightly different test.

Everything about this fuel-less space drive breaks multiple fundamental laws of physics. If proven factual and useful it will usher in a new-age of science.
#30 to #27 - zomaru ONLINE (08/04/2014) [-]
It's theorised that is someone bounces the waves of protoparticles that aren't in existence long enough to study or even mesure. If this theory is proven true then it does technically obey all present laws.
#36 - mypickinuraxe (08/04/2014) [-]
Look at all the funny
User avatar #13 - frenzyhero ONLINE (08/04/2014) [-]
testes?
#7 - Rascal (08/04/2014) [-]
>successfully testes...

NOICE
#8 to #7 - nsfwanon (08/04/2014) [-]
NOICE
User avatar #38 - tittylovin (08/04/2014) [-]
>testes
If you're going to have a glaring typo in the first few words of your... thingy, it really detracts from your credibility and makes you look like a giant poser when it's juxtaposed next to science articles.
#32 - ainise (08/04/2014) [-]
hehe testes
User avatar #29 - diddledot (08/04/2014) [-]
What made them think to look at cat poop to find something that will battle cancer?
User avatar #31 to #29 - zomaru ONLINE (08/04/2014) [-]
Someone had a ****** day at work
User avatar #33 to #29 - masdercheef ONLINE (08/04/2014) [-]
When you've been trying to fight something for so long, you'll eventually start looking in some unconventional places.
User avatar #28 - fatspartan (08/04/2014) [-]
Apparently, when science is a priority, spelling is not
User avatar #34 to #28 - jokeface (08/04/2014) [-]
Different sides of the brain, my friend.
User avatar #26 - demandsgayversion (08/04/2014) [-]
testicles
User avatar #21 - crawlerz (08/04/2014) [-]
Cells inside teeth that turn back into stem cells? What has the tooth fairy been plotting all these years?
#20 - EdwardNigma ONLINE (08/04/2014) [-]
Malaria vaccine and new source of stem cells not involving fetuses?
The game as ******* changed.
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