This week in science | July 27th. Sauce: Extinction: Genome: Beef: Crows: Virus: Dinosaurs: Insect: Tyrannosaurs: . Scientists warned that A study found that A
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This week in science | July 27th

Scientists warned that A study found that A study Round that beef's Study found that crows
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great extinction. genome is functional. the environment than better than six year olds.
dairy, poultry or pork.
A newly discovered New fossils suggest Largest known aquatic tracks suggest
gut virus is found in at all dinasaurs had insect discovered, tyrannosaurs were social
least 50% of people. jimathers. animals,
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#3 - grantyboy (07/27/2014) [-]
Well the next great extinction is just around the corner thanks to beef, new diseases or a global crow uprising but at least we'll die knowing dinosaurs had feathers and traveled in groups.
Well the next great extinction is just around the corner thanks to beef, new diseases or a global crow uprising but at least we'll die knowing dinosaurs had feathers and traveled in groups.
#7 - nsfwanon ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
'A newly discovered gut virus is found in at least 50% of people'

Awwwww **** . Plague Inc. They're playing how I play... Infect everyone, no symptoms. Then BAM! Cardiac arrest ************* .
#9 - anon (07/28/2014) [-]
I've been telling you it's not the 5 bigmacs, it's that damn gut virus.
User avatar #6 - tyrannosauris (07/28/2014) [-]
I'm Social after all
User avatar #1 - ubercookieboy (07/27/2014) [-]
Yet another doomsday prediction
#5 to #1 - kristofe (07/27/2014) [-]
actually its just talking about how people are killing of species and that it just happens sometimes
#10 to #1 - anon (07/28/2014) [-]
To be fair, a lot of "doomsdays" have actually happened.
#2 to #1 - anon (07/27/2014) [-]
They're self-fulfilling prophecies; one of them will come true someday.
User avatar #16 - alalalalal (07/28/2014) [-]
So by eating beef im helping the environment? Me 1 Vegetarians 0
#15 - dehymenator (07/28/2014) [-]
We found one of those bugs dead in our community pool in minnesota like 12 years ago.  We had no idea what it was.  I guess no one else did either.
We found one of those bugs dead in our community pool in minnesota like 12 years ago. We had no idea what it was. I guess no one else did either.
#14 - flowgo (07/28/2014) [-]
No one thinks feathered dinosaurs are awesome?

Think about this then. a Trex, whos feathers lay flat against his skin, stompin **** like the badass he is, hears you, turns to you, roars and 30cm long feathers lift up all over his body. this big ************ just got BIGGER! BUT WAIT! THERES MORE! the ******* start rippling down its body as it gets agitated by its breakfast ******** itself, making it look like its shimmering. A SHIMMERING TREX



i want feathers
#13 - imtryingmybest (07/28/2014) [-]
so once we unlock DNA, we could use the 92% of leftovers to make some kind of coding to make it functional?
User avatar #12 - mrblueftw (07/28/2014) [-]
feathers on dinosaurs make them only half as bad ass.
#17 to #12 - ecomp (07/28/2014) [-]
Not ALL dinosaurs had feathers. There have been examples of a tyrannosaurus with feathers, and examples of tyrannosaurus without feathers, with the feathered dinosaurs being found in locations that used to be in Northern locations when they were alive.

Pic related, T. rex skin with scales.
User avatar #18 to #17 - mrblueftw (07/28/2014) [-]
Bad ass scale partially restored
#8 - anon (07/28/2014) [-]
The fact that ery little of the human genome is functional is ******* common knowledge.
#11 to #8 - realitycheck (07/28/2014) [-]
It's also outdated and incorrect. Turns out that "empty code" is actually a secondary layer of genetic information...sort of a program within a program.
#4 - anon (07/27/2014) [-]
**anonymous rolled image** has science gone too far
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