278World Science: "Pristine" gas from birth of universe detected
- Oct 5, 2013
* "Pristine" gas from birth of universe detected:
Gas formed minutes after the "Big Bang" is feeding a
distant galaxya process our own might have
undergone, astronomers say.
* 157 scientific journals said to accept fake
report in "sting":
Research journals reportedly accepted for
publication a deliberately error-riddled paper, with
little or no vetting.
* Could bouncing droplets help us sort out the
nature of reality?:
The exquisite dances of tiny droplets may be related
to the way subatomic particles act, physicists say.
* "Cloud map" of planet beyond our system a
Light from a distant planet's star is bouncing off
its cloud tops, astronomers say.
* Not funny when it's you: drug might cure
erections that don't stop
Priapism is a condition causing erections so
long-lasting that they can damage the penis
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