1. Could Giant Viruses Be the Origin of Life on Earth?
Carrie Arnold, nationalgeographic.com
The ancestors of modern viruses may have laid the groundwork for cellular life as we know it.Chan­tal Abergel and Jean-Michel Claver­ie were used to find­ing strange virus­es.The mar­ried virol­o­gists at Aix-Marseille Uni­ver­si­ty had made…

    Could Giant Viruses Be the Origin of Life on Earth?
    Carrie Arnold, nationalgeographic.com

    The ancestors of modern viruses may have laid the groundwork for cellular life as we know it.

    Chan­tal Abergel and Jean-Michel Claver­ie were used to find­ing strange virus­es.

    The mar­ried virol­o­gists at Aix-Marseille Uni­ver­si­ty had made…

  2. Swedish man and his prolific bot are responsible for 8.5% of all Wikipedia articles - Boing Boing
  3. Good times in Mallorca. 

  4. Female scientists quit - ALL women working in science have jacked it in to become bishops.

    Female scientists quit - ALL women working in science have jacked it in to become bishops.

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  6. Just the essentials.
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    Just the essentials.

  7. Mindblowing anamorphic 3D drawings by Alessandro Diddi
Xeni Jardin, boingboing.net
Ital­ian artist Alessan­dro Diddi cre­ates beau­ti­ful anamor­phic 3D sketch­es. He shares them on DeviantArt and his per­son­al web­site.[via Asy­lum Art]
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    Mindblowing anamorphic 3D drawings by Alessandro Diddi
    Xeni Jardin, boingboing.net

    Ital­ian artist Alessan­dro Diddi cre­ates beau­ti­ful anamor­phic 3D sketch­es. He shares them on DeviantArt and his per­son­al web­site.

    [via Asy­lum Art]

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  9. George Harrison at John Lennon’s Imagine sessions, 1971. 
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    George Harrison at John Lennon’s Imagine sessions, 1971. 

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