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2014/10/24 18:39
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Spectacular eruptions at Bárðarbunga volcano in central Iceland have been spewing lava continuously since Aug. 31. Massive amounts of erupting lava are connected to the destruction of supercontinents...
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2014/10/24 05:46
2014/10/24 05:46
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Sneak peek at Sculpture by the Sea As the 2014 Sculpture by the Sea exhibition celebrates the 1000th artist to have featured in the event, one exhibiting artist is hoping to set a record of his...
2014/10/24 02:37
2014/10/24 02:37
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Dealing with returning jihadists – Damien Cheong Published: 24 October 2014 Several reports have emerged over the past month suggesting that foreign Islamic State fighters were seeking repatriation...
2014/10/23 10:36
2014/10/23 10:36
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Cherrelle Brown Islington BC’s Cherrelle Brown believes her recent defeat to Chantelle Cameron was a blessing in disguise after earning a shock call-up to the England team. To send a link to this...
2014/10/23 09:51
2014/10/23 09:51
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A review of studies of more than 6,000 patients suggests ordinary over-the-counter painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs may aid in the treatment of depression, when taken in combination with...
2014/10/22 23:05
2014/10/22 23:05
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... have the right to our faith": Oussama El Saadi, chairman of the Grimhojvej mosque in Aarhus, Denmark. Photo: Jan Grarup/Washington Post Aarhus, Denmark: The rush of morning shoppers parted to...
2014/10/22 11:39
2014/10/22 11:39
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In the last 8 months a fully robotic telescope in Tenerife has been carrying out high-precision observations of the motion of stellar surfaces. The telescope is the first in the SONG telescope network...
2014/10/21 22:24
2014/10/21 22:24
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China is “a very attractive and interesting market” where the company sees a shift from focusing on initial capital costs to looking at the lifetime cost of energy, Runevad said, adding that Vestas...
2014/10/21 10:46
2014/10/21 10:46
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There are reportedly at least 500 mining pits in the province. Some of these are near residential communities, schools, and paddy fields. In the past decade, mining concessions have caused water, land...
2014/10/21 01:44
2014/10/21 01:44
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A softball team from Vancouver won its tournament, a local cyclist won gold, and a track and field athlete from Battle Ground won several medals at the Huntsman World Senior Games, which concluded...
2014/10/20 18:42
2014/10/20 18:42
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A desert at the bottom of the sea? Although the waters of the North Sea exchange about every two to three years, there is evidence of decreasing oxygen content. If lower amounts of this gas are...
2014/10/19 15:21
2014/10/19 15:21
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Resveratrol, a natural compound found in red wine and grapes, increases spinal bone density in men with metabolic syndrome, says Danish researchers, adding that this holds promise as a treatment for...
2014/10/17 14:28
2014/10/17 14:28
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Denmark has a radical solution for reintegrating its radicalised nationals.Reuters Denmark has one of the most serious jihadist problems in Europe, with the number of its nationals going off to fight...
2014/10/17 13:48
2014/10/17 13:48
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Brought home: Sculptor Michael Le Grand with works he once exhibited in Sculpture by the Sea now in his garden in Murrumbateman near Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares It is called the elephant's...
2014/10/14 16:16
2014/10/14 16:16
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Sculptures strung like pearls around Bondi are fascinating, writes Catherine Smith. Lucy Humphrey's Horizon at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi. Photo / Clyde Yee David Handley is tireless. You'd think...
2014/10/13 08:26
2014/10/13 08:26
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Cameron Aarhus, 18, Cedar Falls, was charged Oct. 11 with PAULA. Eddie Ayers III, 19, Cedar Rapids, was charged Oct. 11 with interference with official acts, assault, assault causing injury, and...
2014/10/10 10:48
2014/10/10 10:48
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Software developers should not be content with writing code that works, they have a responsibility not to harm their users, say Agile development experts Martin Fowler and Agile Erik Dörnenburg,...
2014/10/07 18:31
2014/10/07 18:31
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The cattle genome has now been mapped to a hitherto unknown degree of detail. This constitutes a quantum leap for research into the history and genetics of cattle. By creating a global database an...
2014/10/07 14:52
2014/10/07 14:52
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Energy research in academic journals is skewed towards big, pricey tech projects and Western scientists’ agendas, researchers have said. This means that simpler technologies and social research into...
2014/10/06 11:39
2014/10/06 11:39
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With Mars and Europa out of reach, many scientists have turned to studying some of the Arctic and Antarctic microbes that have adapted to similarly harsh conditions on Earth. One recent study has...
2014/10/24 18:39
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