Monthly Archives: June 2014

Has the last march of the emperor penguin begun? (+video)

Has the last march of the emperor penguin begun? (+video)News from Christian Science Monitor: You might call them the ‘poster children’ of Antarctica. Penguins have long topped the charts as the iconic animal of the frozen continent. But now, a … Continue reading

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Mars ‘flying saucer’ splashes down after NASA test

Mars ‘flying saucer’ splashes down after NASA testNews from Alexandria Town Talk: Reset your password Enter your email and we will send you a link to reset your password. Email Reset my password Cancel OK Resend Email You must have … Continue reading

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Newly Discovered Round-Eared Elephant-Shrew Found in Namibia

Newly Discovered Round-Eared Elephant-Shrew Found in NamibiaNews from Viral Global News: Researchers from the California Academy of Sciences have discovered a new species called the round-eared elephant-shrew. Found in the deserts of southwestern Africa, the furry creature represents the third … Continue reading

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Shocking Secrets Revealed By Sequencing Electric Eel Genome

Shocking Secrets Revealed By Sequencing Electric Eel GenomeNews from WallStreet OTC: For the first time, the genome of the electric eel has been sequenced. This discovery has revealed the secret of how fishes with electric organs have evolved six times … Continue reading

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. . The Science Book: Everything You Need to Know About the World and How It WorksThe Science Book: Everything You Need to Know About the World and How It Works encapsulates centuries of scientific thought in one… 4M Kitchen … Continue reading

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A poop scoop: Neanderthal feces found in Spain

A poop scoop: Neanderthal feces found in SpainNews from USA TODAY: Traci Watson, Special for USA TODAY 5:21 p.m. EDT June 25, 2014 Researchers excavate a Neanderthal dwelling site called El Salt in southeastern Spain.(Photo: Courtesy of Ainara Sistiaga) 31 … Continue reading

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Higgs boson even MORE likely to actually be Higgs boson

Higgs boson even MORE likely to actually be Higgs bosonNews from boffins – Register: Integrated tiered storage for Big Data and HPC Boffins are becoming increasingly hardline in their stance on the particle discovered in 2012 and lauded as the … Continue reading

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Breakthrough: New evidence shows particle found in 2012 is Higgs boson

Breakthrough: New evidence shows particle found in 2012 is Higgs bosonNews from Financial Express: PTI | Washington | Published: Jun 23 2014, 13:04 IST Jun 23 2014, 13:04 IST The discovery of Higgs boson or Higgs particle was announced at … Continue reading

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Miami Dredging Project OK’d Despite Concerns About Coral

Miami Dredging Project OK’d Despite Concerns About CoralNews from Latin Post: First Posted: Jun 07, 2014 08:26 PM EDT An underwater coral field in a shipping channel leading to the Port of Miami will apparently not be saved after all … Continue reading

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China plan to bulldoze mountains poses environmental threat, warn researchers

China plan to bulldoze mountains poses environmental threat, warn researchersNews from Tech Times: Mountains and valleys are being flattened in China to make way for new construction. But a group of university researchers are warning of environmental dangers.(Photo : LandinChina) … Continue reading

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