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Slashdot Items Tagged "ghostbusters"

Date / TimeStory
Thursday November 06, 2014 @12:50PM New Particle Collider Is One Foot Long
Friday June 21, 2013 @05:21PM Texas Physicists Create Tabletop Particle Accelerator
Tuesday March 29, 2011 @05:12AM Fighting Fires With Beams of Electricity
Monday March 28, 2011 @10:24PM China To Overtake US In Science In Two Years
Sunday March 27, 2011 @11:00PM Gadgets For the Ghosthunter
Wednesday August 11, 2010 @10:45PM Data Disasters More Likely To Strike In Summer
Friday November 20, 2009 @11:09PM Proton Beams Sent Around the LHC
Monday September 28, 2009 @06:47AM A "Photon Machine Gun" For Quantum Computers
Thursday August 06, 2009 @09:18PM Medical Papers By Ghostwriters Pushed Hormone Therapy
Saturday July 11, 2009 @03:20PM Developer Stigma After a Bad Or Catastrophic Release?
Tuesday April 28, 2009 @07:16PM Tokyo Scientists Create Mobile Slime
Monday April 27, 2009 @04:47PM How To Have an Online Social Life When You're Dead
Wednesday January 21, 2009 @08:02AM The History of the Ghostbusters Game
Wednesday December 03, 2008 @04:27PM Atari Talks Ghostbusters Date, Popular Franchises
Thursday September 04, 2008 @09:20AM Ghostbusters Is First Film Released On USB Key
Tuesday May 27, 2008 @03:00PM Details Emerging On Tunguska Impact Crater
Friday December 28, 2007 @09:41AM Hospitals Look to a Nuclear Tool to Fight Cancer
Friday December 21, 2007 @04:15PM Chance for a Tunguska Sized Impact on Mars
Tuesday December 18, 2007 @03:45PM More Mac Vulnerabilities Than Windows In 2007?
Tuesday December 11, 2007 @09:59AM NASA Snaps Mysterious "Night-Shining" Clouds
Saturday October 27, 2007 @06:29AM Paranormal Investigations and Belief in Ghosts
Tuesday October 23, 2007 @02:59PM NC State Creates Most Powerful Positron Beam Ever
Friday May 11, 2007 @12:58PM The Making of Ghostbusters on the Commodore 64
Saturday February 10, 2007 @03:43PM Princeton ESP Lab to Close
Tuesday January 16, 2007 @01:56PM Ghostbusters Game Confirmed, On Hold
Wednesday October 04, 2006 @12:15AM GeV Acceleration In 3 Centimeters
Thursday May 11, 2006 @04:26PM The NSA Knows Who You've Called

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