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New study indicates that our universe is expanding much slower than earlier …

New study indicates that our universe is expanding much slower than earlier …News from MicroCap Observer: A team of scientists led by Peter Milne of the University of Arizona has published a new study in the Astrophysical Journal indicating that … Continue reading

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Florida scientist told to remove words ‘climate change’ from climate change study

Florida scientist told to remove words ‘climate change’ from climate change studyNews from Washington Post: By Terrence McCoy March 10 at 4:02 AM Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) on March 9, 2015 in Hialeah, Fla. Recent reports indicate the governor … Continue reading

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California drought likely a fixture, says Stanford study

California drought likely a fixture, says Stanford studyNews from San Jose Mercury News: Human-caused climate change is increasing drought risk in California — boosting the odds that our current crisis will become a fixture of the future, according to a … Continue reading

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Study Reveals Common Development Pattern in Ancient and Modern Cities

Study Reveals Common Development Pattern in Ancient and Modern CitiesNews from Voice Chronicle: Researchers from the Santa Fe Institute and the University of Colorado Boulder have revealed that a common pattern of development and similar characteristics can be observed in … Continue reading

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Greenland ice loss more ‘local’ than thought, climate study says

Greenland ice loss more ‘local’ than thought, climate study saysNews from Los Angeles Times: By Geoffrey Mohan contact the reporter When it comes to melting ice on Greenland, climate change experts got everything right but the present. That means Greenland’s … Continue reading

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Study estimates trillions of pieces of plastic in oceans

Study estimates trillions of pieces of plastic in oceansNews from The Week Magazine: Researchers estimate that an astounding 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic weighing 269,000 tons can be found floating in all of the world’s oceans. Their study was published … Continue reading

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Study Revealed: Ancient Kangaroos Walked Instead of Hopped

Study Revealed: Ancient Kangaroos Walked Instead of HoppedNews from Capital Wired: Modern day kangaroos are a diverse bunch of species, however, we recognize them by their tendency to hop. Recently, a study has been published in the PLOS One journal … 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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Y Chromosome Preserves Genes That Ensure Survival Of Men: Study

Y Chromosome Preserves Genes That Ensure Survival Of Men: StudyNews from International Business Times: Over the course of millions of years of evolution, the human Y chromosome that helps separate males from females, has managed to preserve a special set … Continue reading

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Antarctic climate was once like coastal California, study shows

Antarctic climate was once like coastal California, study showsNews from CBS News: Field glaciologist Daniel Baggenstos samples on the Taylor Glacier in Antarctica, with Friis Hill on the left and the Asgard mountain range in the background. Hinrich Schaefer Long … Continue reading

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