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Biggest News Day in the History of the Universe

By Amos Zeeberg (Discover Web Editor)
Apr 2, 2008 1:32 AMNov 5, 2019 8:42 AM


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You might not have heard this from other Web sites out there, but today has been the biggest science news day in history. Truly, the events that have befallen our planet—and our universe—over the past 17 hours have been remarkable. So we here at DiscoBlog have rounded up the most important headlines from around the Internet. Here they are: — Fungus with a Sweet Tooth Breathes Nectar of the Gods — German Doc Prescribes Arsenic for Scare "Down There" — Physicist's Creepy Photos Show Wife’s Wedding Ring—and Skeleton! — Animal-Lover Adopts Gaggle of Geese, Leads Them on Walks and Swims — Cryptic Poetry Book Reveals Greater Truth About ... Nothing — Biology Lab Invaded by Unidentified Pest; Valuable Bacteria Sample Destroyed — Physicist's Cat Is Stuck in a Tree—and Not Stuck in a Tree — Living Blob Devours Bystanders, Transforms Into New Form of Life — Cyclist Becomes Possessed by Demons As Furniture Explodes into Colored Fountains — Bicycle Maker Makes Apparent Suicide Leap on North Carolina Beach; Brother, Friends Bring Him Back to EarthStuff Now Exists! (But What Came Before?) — Shy Professor Injured by Falling Apple; Says He Knows Why

Hat tip to Overcoming Bias for pointing out the impressive magnitude of what's going on.

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