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A super atom is an atom that has been cooled to several billionths of degrees above absolute zero. At these extremely cold temperatures, atoms begin to behave differently than normal.

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When most people talk about giant squid, they are talking about Architeuthis--a squid that grows to approximately 33-43 feet long and lives in all oceans except polar and tropical seas. There's a bigger squid in the sea, however--the colossal squid, the only member of the genus Mesonychoteuthis...+Read More

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This is a very interesting question, and one that the answer will surprise you. As of 2007 the United States Census Bureau reports that 27% of the population has attained a bachelor's degree or higher. To take this one step further, 6...+Read More

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Believe it or not, but President Lincoln did not attend any college or university. And even more surprising than that, Lincoln only had about 18 months of a formal education when he was younger. Lincoln was truly a self-taught man.+Read More

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When most people talk about giant squid, they are talking about Architeuthis--a squid that grows to approximately 33-43 feet long and lives in all oceans except polar and tropical seas. There's a bigger squid in the sea, however--the colossal squid, the only member of the genus Mesonychoteuthis...+Read More

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Black holes can't be seen directly. But we can see the effects they have on objects and matter around them. When a black hole passes near a star or through a cloud of gas and dust, the matter "falls" into the black hole. As it falls, it heats up and gains energy...+Read More

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Nobody had ever seen a live giant squid until September 30, 2004, when scientists from two research institutions--the National Science Museum of Japan and the Ogasawara Whale Watching Expedition--snapped over 500 pictures of one for the first time...+Read More

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A super atom is an atom that has been cooled to several billionths of degrees above absolute zero. At these extremely cold temperatures, atoms begin to behave differently than normal.

All atoms are in motion. They move faster if they're hotter, and they slow down when cooled...+Read More

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The Burgess Shale is a layer of rock that preserves some of the most intriguing fossils we've ever found. Named for Mount Burgess in the Canadian Rockies, near where they were discovered, the shale contains over 65,000 separate species that lived over half a billion years ago...+Read More

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The moon is a bit of a mystery. It has a mantle like the Earth's, but no iron core...+Read More

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The Phoenix lander touched down on Mars just recently, on May 25, 2008. Scientists sent the lander to the Martian North Pole, where water is thought to be just below the surface. The Phoenix has a robotic arm that is designed to dig below the surface soil to the water ice underneath...+Read More

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That's a good question. You're right; ideologically they are very similar. They both agree that something has to be done to introduce universal health care; they're against the war in Iraq and for exploring alternative energy options; and on social issues they're similar as well...+Read More

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Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt

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