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Archaeologists in Norway find rare Viking ship burial using only radar

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Gustavsen said that the mound was previously dug up in the 19th Century, when a lot of the wooden remains of the ship were burned because people were unaware of what they were, meaning there is not a lot left for researchers to analyze today.
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In 1110, The Moon Vanished From The Sky. We May Finally Know Why
Almost a millennium ago, a major upheaval occurred in Earth's atmosphere: a giant cloud of sulphur-rich particles flowed throughout the stratosphere, turning skies dark for months or even years, before ultimately falling down to Earth.

We know this event happened because researchers have drilled and analysed ice cores - samples taken from deep within ice sheets or glaciers, which have trapped sulphur aerosols produced by volcanic eruptions reaching the stratosphere and settling back on the surface.
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Items like this are why I think it is absurd to think there is no life on other planets.
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Jaymann wrote: Sun Jan 03, 2021 6:57 pm
Items like this are why I think it is absurd to think there is no life on other planets.
Exactly.
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Perhaps not very interesting to many, but a good friend of mine was the lead researcher on a research project which was just published in Nature.

Link to abstract here

and a video:
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Well, the subject might not be exciting, but getting published in a prestigious journal certainly is. Congratulate him for us.
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It's funny how you can't help comparing yourself to other people near you. I met him in a dance class we both signed up for two years ago. He's taller than me, smarter than me, definitely better looking than me, and Italian, so he's always popular with the ladies, but I turned out to be a better dancer, so at least I had one thing on him.

He's a good guy and a very pleasant friend. I'm very proud of him for getting that published.
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Daehawk wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 7:35 pm Sex in a cave
Mods, please move this to the Sex In Various Locations forum, thanks.
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Thought about Sex in a Hole but it was too brash...too out there.
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Speaking of SCIENCE, 1st preserved dinosaur butthole is 'perfect' and 'unique,' paleontologist says:
Although this dinosaur's caboose shares some characteristics with the backsides of some living creatures, it's also a one-of-a-kind opening, the researchers found. "The anatomy is unique," study lead researcher Jakob Vinther, a paleobiologist at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom, told Live Science. It doesn't quite look like the opening on birds, which are the closest living relatives of dinosaurs. It does look a bit like the back opening on a crocodile, he said, but it's different in some ways. "It's its own cloaca, shaped in its perfect, unique way," Vinther said.
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Thanks for the new sig.
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Unrelated: "It's its own cloaca, shaped in its perfect, unique way"
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