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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

A photograph of the Dunkleosteus terrelli fossil skull. This ancient fish is estimated to have had a bite that exerted 11,000 pounds of force, the strongest bite of any fish ever. The bladed teeth focused the bite force into a small area - the fang tip, at an incredible force of possibly 80,000 pounds per square inch.

A photograph of the Dunkleosteus terrelli fossil skull. This ancient fish is estimated to have had a bite that exerted 11,000 pounds of force, the strongest bite of any fish ever. The bladed teeth focused the bite force into a small area - the fang tip, at an incredible force of possibly 80,000 pounds per square inch.
A photograph of the Dunkleosteus terrelli fossil skull. This ancient fish is estimated to have had a bite that exerted 11,000 pounds of force, the strongest bite of any fish ever. The bladed teeth focused the bite force into a small area - the fang tip, at an incredible force of possibly 80,000 pounds per square inch.
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The Beginning of Dark Energy. The Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS-III) announced the most accurate measurements yet of the distances to galaxies in the faraway universe, giving an unprecedented look at the time when the universe first began to expand at an ever-increasing rate.
The Beginning of Dark Energy. The Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS-III) announced the most accurate measurements yet of the distances to galaxies in the faraway universe, giving an unprecedented look at the time when the universe first began to expand at an ever-increasing rate.
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