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Double Star Systems May Be Hiding a Third Companion

Pairs of stars with separations five hundred times the size of the solar system could be triplets in disguise. New
Volcanoes, not meteorite, killed dinosaurs, scientist argues

Volcanoes, not meteorite, killed dinosaurs, scientist argues

San Francisco – Volcanic activity in modern-day India, not an asteroid, may have killed the dinosaurs, according to a new
Ultrasound can be tweaked to stimulate different sensations

Ultrasound can be tweaked to stimulate different sensations

A century after the world’s first ultrasonic detection device – invented in response to the sinking of the Titanic –
The first flexible, fiber-optic solar cell that can be woven into clothes

The first flexible, fiber-optic solar cell that can be woven into clothes

An international team of engineers, physicists, and chemists have created the first fiber-optic solar cell. These fibers are thinner than
US court to decide if human genes can be patented

US court to decide if human genes can be patented

The Supreme Court announced that it will decide whether companies can patent human genes, a decision that could reshape medical
Saturn’s rings may double up as a moon factory

Saturn’s rings may double up as a moon factory

Many of the moons in the solar system could have been spawned from giant rings around planets. According to a
CERN’s LHC Largest Ever Experiment coincides with Mayan End Date

CERN’s LHC Largest Ever Experiment coincides with Mayan End Date

Here at Categorists, we are very much concerned with that which the brighter minds of this world do to occupy
Astronomers Discover Youngest Solar System Yet

Astronomers Discover Youngest Solar System Yet

An international group of astronomers using the Submillimeter Array and the Combined Array for Millimeter-Wave Astronomy has found evidence of