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It's about time that we had a thread devoted to cool science news. I'm always seeing interesting articles about various science related news and I know I'm not seeing half of what's out there. Let's kick it off with this tough bug:

 

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On a similar note, Deer have been filmed eating meat. I won't post a video,but they are on youtube if you want to watch them. Evolution historically makes an animal eventually become omnivores
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Not all heroes wear capes. Some flatten pasta in such a fashion it'll turn into a 3D shape during cook. That's been the sole domain of futuristic sci-fi up until now.

 
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A gene therapy that makes use of an unlikely helper, the AIDS virus, gave a working immune system to 48 babies and toddlers who were born without one, doctors reported Tuesday.

Results show that all but two of the 50 children who were given the experimental therapy in a study now have healthy germ-fighting abilities.

“We’re taking what otherwise would have been a fatal disease” and healing most of these children with a single treatment, said study leader Dr. Donald Kohn of UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital.

“They’re basically ‘free range’ -- going to school, doing normal things,” without the worry that any infection could become life-threatening, he said..........

 

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