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False memories and how they’re made

Have you ever experienced an event that everyone else you know claims never happened?  Or maybe you and a friend disagree on something that the both of you witnessed, such as what someone was wearing that day.  Now a surprising new study says that we can be given false memories

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Ancient plants reawaken after glacier recedes

Catherine La Farge from the University of Alberta has been studying the exposed ground left behind from receding glaciers. She is the curator of the Cryptogamic Herbarium and has overturned the long held belief that any plants emerging from under a glacier will be long since dead. Previously, it was

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The Moon will soon get a webcam

The telescope helped change the scientific world and has allowed hundreds of years worth of astronomers study the universe and work out its mysteries. As time has passed, our telescopes have gotten better, and as recently as last year, telescopes were pointed at the moon to actually look upon the

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GamingScience

MIT releases OpenRelativity engine

Last year, MIT Game Labs released a physics simulating game called "A slower speed of light". The game, which is available for free on PC, Linux and Mac, is centered around collecting orbs which lower the speed of light successively until you manage to bring it down to zero. Now,

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