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So, if superionic water glows bright yellow then perhaps the sun is covered in an ocean of it?

  • Giant planets may host superionic water.
  • Swiss glacier to get a heat shield.
  • Cosmological bogeyman puzzles physicists.
  • The good and bad of string theory.
  • Building castles in the air.
  • Darwin’s theory reigns supreme, but many feel it does not tell the whole story.
  • Is the Earth really finished?
  • Glow of alien planets glimpsed at last.
  • Too little sun causes harm, cancer specialists say.
  • Research on twins supports God gene.
  • Heavenly light show caught on film.
  • UFO propulsion system: bending time and space.
  • Same face builds trust, not lust.
  • Human variety: a revival of racial science.
  • Can the spread of nuclear weapons make us safer?
  • The new chief inquisitor on campus.
  • Found, in an Oxfordshire field: the lost emperor who briefly ruled western Europe.
  • Mystery minerals formed in fireball from colliding asteroid that destroyed the dinosaurs.
  • North Sea crater shows its scars. Ever opened a 1.5l bottle of Grolsh?
  • Whilst a sense of meaning fosters health and longevity, not all of our sources of meaning do us good.
  • Eighty-thousand houses need to be demolished yearly for the next decade if the UK is to meet its climate change commitments.
  • Wrinkles could be less than skin deep.
  • Rogue weeds defy rules of genetics.
  • Mummy specialists uncover secrets of ancient Egyptian queen.

Quote of the Day:

Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.

Voltaire