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Weekly round up

What’s been on The Great Beyond this week, plus a few extras…


Monday June 16

Discovery touches down / Advertising to aliens / Suit up! Next-gen space wear is here / Can fMRI tell if I secretly love the Yankees?

Tuesday June 17

Super science books sale / Straight men and gay women have similar brains / Cheating across the world / In the beginning was the word…

Wednesday June 18

‘Big sexy’ dinosaurs of the day / What does N stand for? Nonsense? / Chimps’ canny coquettish calling / Wikitannica

Thursday June 19

Songs about science VII: ‘It’s a long way from Amphioxus’ / Can cloned cells cure cancer? / Medical scans get a splash of colour

Friday June 20

Sea surface science satellite launches / Whale watching worldwide / Don’t worry Australia, you’re not fatter than America

Other Nature blog posts you may have missed

In the Field: just call it ice!

Spoonful of Medicine: is there any point to menu labeling?

Ones that got away

Stalin’s secret atom bomb lab, from Reuters

Why fuel prices threaten research boats, from the San Diego Union Trib.

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    Mark Alpert said:

    Here’s some news about the neutrino research program at Fermilab; this item appeared on Scientific American’s Sciam Observations blog. As far as I can tell, MicroBooNE has not yet been written about in the science press.

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    Sergio Stagnaro MD said:

    I partecipate since ever actively, with greatest interest and pleasure to the blog The Great Beyond, because, in my opinion, all friends and moderators are firsighted, having open mind. Therefore, first of all, I suggest them to read – as topic of possible critical discussion – a paper of mine, based on non local realm, wherein Information is simultaneous, not transmitted loosing time and energy. I have performed such as appreciated experiment last Noel, and termed it Lory’s Experiment, according to the name of my nephew, who suggested it to me.

    Nature.com have posted a lot of news announcing it. For instance, See URLs: http://network.nature.com/forums/harvardpublishingforum/1832?page=1#reply-4955 ; http://www.nature.com , http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080130/full/451511a.html ; http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080515/full/news.2008.829.html .

    One complete article, unfortunately written in Italian,posted in numerous websites, is following:Stagnaro Sergio e Paolo Manzelli. L’Esperimento di Lory. Scienza e Conoscenza, N° 23, 13 Marzo 2008. http://www.scienzaeconoscenza.it//articolo.php?id=17775.

    Due to the positive, favorable influence, e.g., in both clinical research and bedside diagnosing (Bibliography in my website: 16 articles), Lory’s Experiment, so I think based on my experience on normal and patients, is worthy of critical diacussion.

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