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Groundbreaking Brain Study Uncovers 100 New Regionsby Brett Smith Using data from a massive brain study consortium, researchers h
Groundbreaking Brain Study Uncovers 100 New Regions
redOrbit / Posted yesterday
by Brett Smith Using data from a massive brain study consortium, researchers have developed an extensive map of the cerebral cortex – the outermost stratum of the brain and the preeminent structure for sensory perception and attention, as well as... Read more
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redOrbit
Two Newly Discovered Planets Could Contain LifeJuly 20, 2016Two newly discovered Earthlike planets could contain life by Bret
Two Newly Discovered Planets Could Contain Life
redOrbit / Posted yesterday
July 20, 2016Two newly discovered Earthlike planets could contain life by Brett Smith Researchers just discovered a planetary system located 40 light years from Earth that hosts three possibly habitable planets each the size of Earth. Based on the... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
15-year-olds drop tough doubleheaderin fact." Behind the plate in the first inning, Read Schumacher led off with a
15-year-olds drop tough doubleheader
The Inter-Mountain / Posted yesterday
in fact." Behind the plate in the first inning, Read Schumacher led off with a double, and he was promptly doubled in by Brett Smith. Gainer then singled Smith home. Jesse Williams had a single, but the inning ended with two runners left on base.... Read more
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redOrbit
Traveling Chimpanzees Use More Tools to InnovateJuly 20, 2016Traveling chimpanzees are more likely to use tools, study finds b
Traveling Chimpanzees Use More Tools to Innovate
redOrbit / Posted 2 days ago
July 20, 2016Traveling chimpanzees are more likely to use tools, study finds by Brett Smith There’s an old Malay folk saying, “The crab living under the coconut does not see the world,” and it turns out the same maxim applies to chimpanzees, as a... Read more
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redOrbit
Strange Zika virus case confuses US health officialsJuly 19, 2016 by Brett Smith Public health officials are currently investigat
Strange Zika virus case confuses US health officials
redOrbit / Posted 2 days ago
July 19, 2016 by Brett Smith Public health officials are currently investigating the possibility of a new way the Zika virus could be transmitted. Currently, there are only two known transmission... Read more
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redOrbit
Team finds evidence of European and Native American religious mixingJuly 19, 2016 by Brett Smith A new report has revealed exciting details about
Team finds evidence of European and Native American religious mixing
redOrbit / Posted 2 days ago
July 19, 2016 by Brett Smith A new report has revealed exciting details about how the earliest European visitors to the Americas engaged in a religious dialogue with Native... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Despite rain delay, 15-year-olds notch victorymove on to the nationals. Starting pitcher Matthew Gainer was on the mound for
Despite rain delay, 15-year-olds notch victory
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 2 days ago
move on to the nationals. Starting pitcher Matthew Gainer was on the mound for 4 innings, giving up no hits and no runs. Brett Smith came on in relief at the top of the fifth, and notched the victory. The 15-year-old Elkins Elks Babe Ruth... Read more
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redOrbit
Study finds peregrine falcons mate for life, even in the cityJuly 18, 2016 by Brett Smith In the wild, peregrine falcons build isolated ne
Study finds peregrine falcons mate for life, even in the city
redOrbit / Posted 3 days ago
July 18, 2016 by Brett Smith In the wild, peregrine falcons build isolated nests within tall cliffs and the birds are known to mate for life. Twenty-five pairs of peregrine falcons now... Read more
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redOrbit
Team creates atomic scale storage device using chlorine atomsJuly 18, 2016 by Brett Smith From state-of-the-art supercomputers to common s
Team creates atomic scale storage device using chlorine atoms
redOrbit / Posted 4 days ago
July 18, 2016 by Brett Smith From state-of-the-art supercomputers to common smartphones, computers are increasingly demanding more and more data storage capacity. To hold all this... Read more
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redOrbit
Massive New Universe Map Boasts 1.2 Million GalaxiesJuly 18, 2016New 3D map plots out an astounding 1.2 million galaxies by Brett
Massive New Universe Map Boasts 1.2 Million Galaxies
redOrbit / Posted 4 days ago
July 18, 2016New 3D map plots out an astounding 1.2 million galaxies by Brett Smith A new image that appears to be depicting a plethora of stars is actually a new 3D map of the universe that shows the locations of 1.2 million galaxies, compiled by... Read more
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redOrbit
Did NASA cut a live feed from the ISS?by Brett Smith Did aliens just land on Earth, possibly to check out the new In
Did NASA cut a live feed from the ISS?
redOrbit / Posted 5 days ago
by Brett Smith Did aliens just land on Earth, possibly to check out the new Independence Day movie? No. Of course not. The internet was abuzz recently when a YouTube video, which was pulled from the International Space Station’s live feed, appeared... Read more
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redOrbit
Meet CR7- A completely new type of black holeJuly 15, 2016Meet CR7– A completely new type of black hole by Brett Smith Ast
Meet CR7- A completely new type of black hole
redOrbit / Posted 5 days ago
July 15, 2016Meet CR7– A completely new type of black hole by Brett Smith Astronomers have found a strange source of powerful radiation that is likely an unusual type of black hole born in the early universe, according to a new report in the... Read more
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redOrbit
Homo erectus walked just like modern humans, study findsJuly 14, 2016 by Brett Smith Researchers have found our mysterious forbearer
Homo erectus walked just like modern humans, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 6 days ago
July 14, 2016 by Brett Smith Researchers have found our mysterious forbearer Homo erectus may have had the same gait as us, according to a press release form the Max Planck Institute in... Read more
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redOrbit
Ducklings are much smarter than you think, study findsJuly 14, 2016 by Brett Smith Researchers from the University of Oxford reveal
Ducklings are much smarter than you think, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 6 days ago
July 14, 2016 by Brett Smith Researchers from the University of Oxford revealed ducklings can understand the concepts of 'same' and 'different', a capability only observed in intelligent animals... Read more
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redOrbit
Researcher finds first example of children's doodles from the medieval periodJuly 13, 2016Researcher finds first example of children’s doodles from the medi
Researcher finds first example of children's doodles from the medieval period
redOrbit / Posted 7 days ago
July 13, 2016Researcher finds first example of children’s doodles from the medieval period by Brett Smith They say that children are our future, but that doesn’t mean they can’t also leave their mark on the past. According to a new report... Read more
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redOrbit
Amazing new underwater microscope captures 'coral turf wars'July 13, 2016Amazing new underwater microscope captures ‘coral turf wars’ by B
Amazing new underwater microscope captures 'coral turf wars'
redOrbit / Posted 9 days ago
July 13, 2016Amazing new underwater microscope captures ‘coral turf wars’ by Brett Smith Using a custom-designed and built diver-operated underwater microscope, researchers have captured exciting new views into the natural marine environment,... Read more
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redOrbit
ESO releases the deepest look ever into the Orion NebulaJuly 12, 2016 by Brett Smith A new image of the Orion Nebula captured by the
ESO releases the deepest look ever into the Orion Nebula
redOrbit / Posted 9 days ago
July 12, 2016 by Brett Smith A new image of the Orion Nebula captured by the European Space Organization has revealed a new-found wealth of faint brown dwarfs and singular planetary-mass... Read more
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redOrbit
Should kids suck their thumbs and bite their nails? This study says yes.July 11, 2016 by Brett Smith Your mother likely told you to stop biting your
Should kids suck their thumbs and bite their nails? This study says yes.
redOrbit / Posted 11 days ago
July 11, 2016 by Brett Smith Your mother likely told you to stop biting your nails or sucking your thumb because it’s bad for you. However, it looks like mom was wrong as a... Read more
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redOrbit
Can we drink the water on Mars?by Brett Smith Last year, researchers put forward compelling evidence showing
Can we drink the water on Mars?
redOrbit / Posted 11 days ago
by Brett Smith Last year, researchers put forward compelling evidence showing transient dark streaks appearing on Mars are caused by flowing water. While that discovery may have been welcome news to those planning a manned mission to the Red... Read more
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redOrbit
Team develops robotic stingray made out of heart cellsJuly 8, 2016 by Brett Smith Using heart cells taken from a rat, scientists ha
Team develops robotic stingray made out of heart cells
redOrbit / Posted 13 days ago
July 8, 2016 by Brett Smith Using heart cells taken from a rat, scientists have developed a robotic stingray that can be controlled using pulses of light, according to a new report in the... Read more
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redOrbit
Ancient Neanderthals were cannibals, study findsJuly 8, 2016 by Brett Smith New research indicates Neanderthals living in Eur
Ancient Neanderthals were cannibals, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 13 days ago
July 8, 2016 by Brett Smith New research indicates Neanderthals living in Europe just north of the Alps had a very unique food source: other Neanderthals. Published in the journal Scientific Reports,... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Elkins Babe Ruth 15-year-olds win third straight state titlehad 19 hits in the game Sunday. Read Schumacher had three of them, including a
Elkins Babe Ruth 15-year-olds win third straight state title
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 13 days ago
had 19 hits in the game Sunday. Read Schumacher had three of them, including a double, and scored a pair of runs. Brett Smith had 2 hits and scored 3 runs. Thomas Talkington had 2 hits, including a double, and scored 2 runs. Austin Lanham... Read more
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redOrbit
Team discovers amazing planet in three-star systemJuly 7, 2016 by Brett Smith Using the European Space Organization’s Very Larg
Team discovers amazing planet in three-star system
redOrbit / Posted 13 days ago
July 7, 2016 by Brett Smith Using the European Space Organization’s Very Large Telescope, astronomers have identified an incredibly unique planet orbiting a star inside a three-star system. The... Read more
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redOrbit
Ancient tube worm was 'underwater architect'July 7, 2016Ancient tube worm was ‘underwater architect’ by Brett Smith An an
Ancient tube worm was 'underwater architect'
redOrbit / Posted 13 days ago
July 7, 2016Ancient tube worm was ‘underwater architect’ by Brett Smith An analysis of ancient sea worm fossils has rewritten what we though we knew about life on the ocean floor, according to a new report in the journal BMC Biology. In the study,... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
15-year-olds keep perfect record goingElkins teams are now 5-0 in the 13-, 14- and 15-year-old state tournaments. Th
15-year-olds keep perfect record going
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 14 days ago
Elkins teams are now 5-0 in the 13-, 14- and 15-year-old state tournaments. The winning pitcher for Elkins was Brett Smith. Hunter Fansler picked up the loss for Beckley. At the plate for Elkins, Cole Crumm had 2 hits, as did Austin Lanham. Jeremy... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Swampdogs end Sharks five-game winning streakthe Sharks a chance to tie the game. In the eighth inning, the Sharks had anot
Swampdogs end Sharks five-game winning streak
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 15 days ago
the Sharks a chance to tie the game. In the eighth inning, the Sharks had another chance to tie the game. With two outs, Brett Smith (Bucknell) and Mark Donadio (Fordham) singled to put runners at the corners. Clark Scolamiero (South Carolina)... Read more
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redOrbit
Stem cell regrowth method could replace cavity fillings foreverJuly 6, 2016 by Brett Smith "Root canal": Two words that strike fear into peo
Stem cell regrowth method could replace cavity fillings forever
redOrbit / Posted 16 days ago
July 6, 2016 by Brett Smith "Root canal": Two words that strike fear into people across the world. But now, like bloodletting and phrenology, root canals could become a thing of the... Read more
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redOrbit
Saturn's moon Titan could support life without water, study findsJuly 6, 2016Saturn’s moon Titan could support life without water, study finds
Saturn's moon Titan could support life without water, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 16 days ago
July 6, 2016Saturn’s moon Titan could support life without water, study finds by Brett Smith We tend to think of water as the giver of life, but new research indicates that life without liquid water could be existing on Saturn’s moon... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Gainer throws a no-hitter for Elkins Babe Ruth 15-year-old All-StarsJeremy Coger, Noah Sheets and Austin Buck, all from the Allegheny Insurance tea
Gainer throws a no-hitter for Elkins Babe Ruth 15-year-old All-Stars
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 16 days ago
Jeremy Coger, Noah Sheets and Austin Buck, all from the Allegheny Insurance team; Jesse Williams of Citizens Bank; Brett Smith and Thomas Talkington of Davis Trust; Austin Simmons and Austin Lanham of Suzuki; and Matthew Gainer and Cole... Read more
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WESH 2 Orlando
Orlando City Soccer fans react to coach's departure with mixed feelingsKaviani. "He seemed like a good guy, he always got the fans excited, so it's a
Orlando City Soccer fans react to coach's departure with mixed feelings
WESH 2 Orlando / Posted 17 days ago
Kaviani. "He seemed like a good guy, he always got the fans excited, so it's a little unfortunate." "I was mad," said Brett Smith. "It didn't make a lot of sense, especially in the middle of the season. It would be nice if they had waited... Read more
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redOrbit
Scientists find first-ever dinosaur face tumorJuly 5, 2016 by Brett Smith Paleontologists have discovered the first-ever ev
Scientists find first-ever dinosaur face tumor
redOrbit / Posted 17 days ago
July 5, 2016 by Brett Smith Paleontologists have discovered the first-ever evidence of a tumor on the face of a dinosaur, according to a new paper in Scientific Reports. Found on a fossil of the... Read more
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redOrbit
Juno probe successfully enters orbit around Jupiter, NASA announcesJuly 5, 2016 by Brett Smith After traveling for five years across the Solar S
Juno probe successfully enters orbit around Jupiter, NASA announces
redOrbit / Posted 17 days ago
July 5, 2016 by Brett Smith After traveling for five years across the Solar System, NASA’s Juno probe has reached its ultimate destination, entering into orbit around Jupiter on... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Sharks us 6 run 3rd to beat Petersburg 7-3for Bohm. He came through with the base hit that scored two. Madison Stokes (So
Sharks us 6 run 3rd to beat Petersburg 7-3
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 17 days ago
for Bohm. He came through with the base hit that scored two. Madison Stokes (South Carolina) singled to score another. Brett Smith (Bucknell) grounded out to bring home the fourth run of the inning, and then Matt Meeder (Mercer) hit a single to... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Brett Smith Joins ARRI ANZ As General ManagerThursday, 7 July 2016, 11:36 amPress Release: ARRIResponsible for Australia and
Brett Smith Joins ARRI ANZ As General Manager
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 18 days ago
Thursday, 7 July 2016, 11:36 amPress Release: ARRIResponsible for Australia and New ZealandSYDNEY, 7 July 2016 – Well known industry stalwart Brett Smith has... Read more
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redOrbit
Frigate birds can spend two months in the air, study findsJuly 1, 2016 by Brett Smith Scientists have known frigate birds are capable o
Frigate birds can spend two months in the air, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 18 days ago
July 1, 2016 by Brett Smith Scientists have known frigate birds are capable of flying for long period of time, but researchers who conducted a recently-published study were likely shocked to... Read more
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redOrbit
Tesla announces first driver killed by 'Autopilot mode'July 1, 2016Tesla announces first driver killed by ‘Autopilot mode’ by Brett S
Tesla announces first driver killed by 'Autopilot mode'
redOrbit / Posted 19 days ago
July 1, 2016Tesla announces first driver killed by ‘Autopilot mode’ by Brett Smith Joshua D. Brown, a 40-year-old from Canton, Ohio, has become the first person known to have died while being driven by an autonomous car, and now the National... Read more
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TSN
Redblacks place RB Van on six-game injured listwere also placed on the six-game injured list by Ottawa Monday. The Redblacks
Redblacks place RB Van on six-game injured list
TSN / Posted 19 days ago
were also placed on the six-game injured list by Ottawa Monday. The Redblacks also added some CFL experience to their practice roster Monday, signing defensive back Tristan Jackson, running back Nic Grigsby, and quarter... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Group 11 juniors fall short at country titlesand were beaten 36-6, while the under 15s were only just edged out 20-16 by Mai
Group 11 juniors fall short at country titles
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 days ago
and were beaten 36-6, while the under 15s were only just edged out 20-16 by Maitland in the Plate decider. Under 14s coach Brett Smith was quietly confident going into the match, after his side’s strong performance in the Southern competition at... Read more
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The News & Observer
Rain doesn't dampen spirits as 67th annual Watts-Hillandale parade is held in DurhamCerelyn “CJ” Davis speaks about her goals as the new top cop in the Bull City
Rain doesn't dampen spirits as 67th annual Watts-Hillandale parade is held in Durham
The News & Observer / Posted 20 days ago
Cerelyn “CJ” Davis speaks about her goals as the new top cop in the Bull City Counter Culture Coffee President Brett Smith explains how the new location, just outside of downtown Durham, will improve the taste of the company's... Read more
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redOrbit
Wreck of Royal Albert cargo schooner discovered in Lake OntarioJune 30, 2016 by Brett Smith A recently-discovered shipwreck could shed new l
Wreck of Royal Albert cargo schooner discovered in Lake Ontario
redOrbit / Posted 21 days ago
June 30, 2016 by Brett Smith A recently-discovered shipwreck could shed new light on shipping methods around the Great Lakes in the post-Civil War period. According to a reportfrom the... Read more
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redOrbit
Scientists discover geothermal activity on CeresJune 30, 2016 by Brett Smith Using data from NASA’s Dawn probe, scientists ha
Scientists discover geothermal activity on Ceres
redOrbit / Posted 21 days ago
June 30, 2016 by Brett Smith Using data from NASA’s Dawn probe, scientists have discovered evidence of geothermal activity on Ceres, the largest object in the Solar System’s asteroid belt. The NASA’s... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Babe Ruth officials announce All-Star team membersJeremy Coger, Noah Sheets and Austin Buck, all from the Allegheny Insurance tea
Babe Ruth officials announce All-Star team members
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 22 days ago
Jeremy Coger, Noah Sheets and Austin Buck, all from the Allegheny Insurance team; Jesse Williams of Citizens Bank; Brett Smith and Thomas Talkington of Davis Trust; Austin Simmons and Austin Lanham of Suzuki; and Matthew Gainer and Cole... Read more
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redOrbit
Cretaceous period bird wings found trapped in amberJune 29, 2016 by Brett Smith While we know dinosaurs and early birds had feat
Cretaceous period bird wings found trapped in amber
redOrbit / Posted 24 days ago
June 29, 2016 by Brett Smith While we know dinosaurs and early birds had feathers, fossils haven’t been able to provide us with many details on what those feathers looked like-- until... Read more
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redOrbit
Human activity created a new mosquito species, study showsJune 29, 2016 by Brett Smith We know species around the planet are going exti
Human activity created a new mosquito species, study shows
redOrbit / Posted 24 days ago
June 29, 2016 by Brett Smith We know species around the planet are going extinct due to human activities, but humans are also triggering the rapid development and emergence of new species,... Read more
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redOrbit
Mars used to have an Earth-like atmosphereJune 28, 2016 by Brett Smith An analysis of Martian rocks by NASA's Curiosity
Mars used to have an Earth-like atmosphere
redOrbit / Posted 24 days ago
June 28, 2016 by Brett Smith An analysis of Martian rocks by NASA's Curiosity rover has indicated the Red Planet used to have a higher level of oxygen in its atmosphere than it currently does, according to... Read more
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redOrbit
Team develops promising Zika vaccine candidatesJune 28, 2016 by Brett Smith Researchers around the world have been racing to
Team develops promising Zika vaccine candidates
redOrbit / Posted 24 days ago
June 28, 2016 by Brett Smith Researchers around the world have been racing to develop a vaccine for the Zika virus, and it appears that a large team of US researchers have developed two very promising... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Group 11 aiming for Championship winthe 15s side will go to battle with Maitland. When speaking after his side’s w
Group 11 aiming for Championship win
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
the 15s side will go to battle with Maitland. When speaking after his side’s win at Wagga last month, under-14s coach Brett Smith stated he was confident about his team’s chance in the final. “We will go to Cessnock and give it a good shake,”... Read more
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redOrbit
Study uncovers origin of the 'Deep Skull' of Southeast AsiaJune 27, 2016Study uncovers origin of the ‘Deep Skull’ of Southeast Asia by Br
Study uncovers origin of the 'Deep Skull' of Southeast Asia
redOrbit / Posted 25 days ago
June 27, 2016Study uncovers origin of the ‘Deep Skull’ of Southeast Asia by Brett Smith A new analysis has revealed a 37,000-year-old skull, the oldest contemporary human specimen found in South-East Asia, belongs to a person not related to... Read more
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redOrbit
Insects started using camouflage over 100 million years agoJune 27, 2016 by Brett Smith Some of us wish Halloween could be every day and
Insects started using camouflage over 100 million years ago
redOrbit / Posted 25 days ago
June 27, 2016 by Brett Smith Some of us wish Halloween could be every day and for one insect that lived 100 million years ago, it kind of was. During the Cretaceous period, the larvae of... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Fourth candidate announces bid for AL house seat vacated by Hubbardof life.’’ Lovvorn is the fourth person to announce he is running for House Se
Fourth candidate announces bid for AL house seat vacated by Hubbard
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 26 days ago
of life.’’ Lovvorn is the fourth person to announce he is running for House Seat 79; businessman Sandy Toomer, attorney Brett Smith and attorney Hal Walker announced their bids last week. All four men are running as republicans. Alabama Gov.... Read more
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