Monthly Archives: September 2014

Toolmaking May Have Risen Independently – New York Times

Toolmaking May Have Risen Independently – New York TimesNews from Toolmaking May Have Risen Independently – New York Times: >>> Read the full article . India’s Mars Orbiter Mission Spots Dust Storm … Plus India?News from NBCNews.com: By Alan Boyle … Continue reading

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National pride soars as Indian spacecraft reaches Mars orbit before China

National pride soars as Indian spacecraft reaches Mars orbit before ChinaNews from Washington Post: By Rama Lakshmi September 24 at 1:40 PM NEW DELHI — A burst of national pride swept through India on Wednesday when its low-budget spacecraft entered … Continue reading

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Obama says global climate deal must include emerging economies

Obama says global climate deal must include emerging economiesNews from Reuters: 1 of 2. United States President Barack Obama speaks during the Climate Summit at United Nations headquarters in New York, September 23, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Mike Segar ……………. continues on … Continue reading

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People’s Climate March draws 300000 to Manhattan (+video)

People’s Climate March draws 300000 to Manhattan (+video)News from Christian Science Monitor: NEW YORK — Aaron Kratzer is swaying to the rhythms of a New Orleans-style marching band here on Manhattan’s Avenue of the Americas, a famous avenue south of … Continue reading

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Strange little galaxy hosts enormous black hole, astronomers say

Strange little galaxy hosts enormous black hole, astronomers sayNews from Los Angeles Times: By Amina Khan contact the reporter Sometimes big surprises come wrapped in tiny galactic packages. That’s the strange find from a team of astronomers who discovered an … Continue reading

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Why are chimps violent? Is it our fault?

Why are chimps violent? Is it our fault?News from Christian Science Monitor: New analysis of 50 years worth of chimpanzee and bonobo research is changing the way we think about the nature of violence. It’s been 35 years since primatologist … Continue reading

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Palaeontologists have discovered the world’s first swimming dinosaur in Morocco

Palaeontologists have discovered the world’s first swimming dinosaur in MoroccoNews from IBNLive: New York: In a surprise find, palaeontologists have discovered the world’s first known swimming dinosaur – a 15-metre-long behemoth with a crocodile-like face. The creature called Spinosaurus aegyptiacus … Continue reading

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Dreadnoughtus, a 130000-Pound Dinosaur That Wasn’t Done Growing – New York Times

Dreadnoughtus, a 130000-Pound Dinosaur That Wasn’t Done Growing – New York TimesNews from Dreadnoughtus, a 130000-Pound Dinosaur That Wasn’t Done Growing – New York Times: HTTP/1.1 302 Found Date: Thu, 04 Sep 2014 18:26:27 GMT Server: Apache Set-Cookie: NYT-S=deleted; expires=Thu, … Continue reading

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Camel Crickets Are Now Found Abundantly In Eastern US

Camel Crickets Are Now Found Abundantly In Eastern USNews from Dumb-Out: It might be past time to call in the pest controller as the invasive species of cannibalistic camel crickets might have taken over your basement, when you were not … Continue reading

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Study claims cave art made by Neanderthals

Study claims cave art made by NeanderthalsNews from Deseret News: This Jan. 8, 2003 file photo shows a reconstructed Neanderthal skeleton, right, and a modern human version of a skeleton, left, on display at the Museum of Natural History in … Continue reading

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