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CNN: 8.9-mag quake moved main island of Japan by about 8 feet (2.4 meters) and shifted the Earth on its axis by 10 cm. http://bit.ly/g1QQND
World population just days away from reaching 7 billion http://t.co/lB3tNXBC
Researchers use spider silk to create human skin that is nearly bulletproof. http://t.co/TZORXYn
Two people die from brain eating amoebas in Louisiana after using neti pots - the amoebas were in the tap water http://t.co/3zwduu4F
Neuroscientists says brain cells are not killed during alcohol-induced blackouts. http://t.co/j1HtHSe
New analysis of data from NASA's 1976 Viking mission suggests life was found on Mars http://t.co/Aek7rrk9
Russian mogul plans to transplant live human brains into robots within 10 years & eventually human minds into holograms http://t.co/SLSiDwQ3
Earth's oldest known impact crater found in Greenland - estimated to be 3 billion years old http://t.co/CvjZl2MF
Neutrinos travel faster than speed of light again in repeated Cern experiment http://t.co/u9G08qdW
Spongiforma squarepantsii, a sponge-like mushroom discovered in forests of Borneo, named after SpongeBob Squarepants http://bit.ly/k5alFA
Scientists drilling deep into the edge of Antarctica have found evidence that palm trees once grew there. http://t.co/2lUr6M3t
Crazy Bosses: Study found 4% of senior managers displayed psychopathic tendencies, compared to 1% of people overall http://t.co/yZLfVxFe
A storm is brewing on the sun's surface - could unleash magnetic fury on Earth within next 5 days http://t.co/kwEpr3dB
Roadkill experiment by NASA engineer using rubber animals finds some drivers go out of their way to hit animals http://t.co/YrfDSIiq
Japan estimates amount of radioactive caesium-137 released by Fukushima disaster so far is equal to 168 Hiroshima bombs http://t.co/7DmU35D
NASA releases cool video showing evolution of the Moon from its start as a ball of magma 4.5 billion years ago http://t.co/QjNgaTwo
Giant water bug photographed eating a baby turtle and a snake. http://bbc.in/iOiYRR
Astronomers say there are at least 100 billion planets in the Milky Way - and possibly 10 billion habitable planets http://t.co/5twDTRWq
Video: Orangutans trained on iPad for project to let orangutans use iPads to communicate with orangutans at other zoos http://t.co/3PQtGJd
Rabbit born without ears spotted near damaged Fukushima reactor site http://bit.ly/k2HeDR
Science and space news from Writers Write's Science, Space & Robots.
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