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AskScience Panel of Scientists XIX

Subreddit : askscience
Points : 257
Published : 3 months ago
Comments : 89

AskScience AMA Series: I'm Carlos Zarate Jr., and my research team at the National Institutes of Health Intramural Research Program works on new, fast-acting therapeutics for treatment-resistant depression, bipolar disorder, and suicidal thinking. AMA!

Subreddit : askscience
Points : 81
Published : 1 week ago
Comments : 71

Is there an altitude on Venus where both temperature and air pressure are habitable for humans, and you could stand in open air with just an oxygen mask?

Author : Nerrolken
Subreddit : askscience
Points : 8,301
Published : 11 hours ago
Comments : 881

Does Large Hadron Collider need re-calibration after redefinition of SI units?

Author : andrybak
Subreddit : askscience
Points : 6,056
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 580

Why do lights always flicker when watched from very far away?(like a city on the horizon)

Author : Madraven820
Subreddit : askscience
Points : 5
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 6

AskScience AMA Series: I'm Dr Melanie Windridge, a plasma physicist who combines science with adventure. I have summited Mount Everest to explore the science that gets us to the top and I've written a book about the northern lights. AMA!

Subreddit : askscience
Points : 179
Published : 16 hours ago
Comments : 45

How can the bacterial content of cheese be guaranteed to be the same or similar over time?

Author : JZaber
Subreddit : askscience
Points : 5
Published : 1 hour ago
Comments : 2

How does the brain determine which part of the body is experiencing a sensation?

Author : rwahl
Subreddit : askscience
Points : 4
Published : 2 hours ago
Comments : 7

How do scientists determine the half-life of elements which take billions of years to decay?

Author : GCS3217
Subreddit : askscience
Points : 7
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 7

Do celestial events visible from Earth (like the birth of a star) take place in the past?

Author : saslumpff
Subreddit : askscience
Points : 11
Published : 5 hours ago
Comments : 18

How is blood produced, and how does the body one when to stop producing blood?

Subreddit : askscience
Points : 6
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 6

If an impact event occurred in the ocean, during the past, what evidence would we find today that it had happened?

Author : Bluntag
Subreddit : askscience
Points : 5
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 3