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2014/07/26 23:02
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Raising beef for the American dinner table does far more damage to the environment than producing pork, poultry, eggs or dairy, a new study says. Compared with the other animal...
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2014/07/23 10:31
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... Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe Online For many people, nothing beats eating a good burger or steak, but two recently-published studies caution that those carnivorous culinary habits...
2014/07/14 21:38
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Scott Kildall and Nathaniel Stern I have so much to say to aliens, I really doubt I could keep it to 140 characters. But if I'm going to go the "Tweets in Space" route to speak to potential life...
2014/07/11 20:42
2014/07/11 20:42
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... is our window into the chemical world," said Brent Pautler, a postdoctoral researcher in chemistry at UC Davis and first author on the paper published July 2 in the online edition of the journal...
2014/07/11 19:42
2014/07/11 19:42
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If ordinary interplanetary space is dark, the depths of intergalactic space, a million light years from the nearest star, ought to be pretty nearly pitch black. Not so. These vast reaches are aglow...
2014/07/09 14:42
2014/07/09 14:42
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Galaxies like M83 are not emitting enough light to account for the readings (Picture: Nasa/Reuters) Astrophysicists have been left scratching their heads after noticing that the universe is a whole...
2014/07/04 15:16
2014/07/04 15:16
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The universe is very vast and so it’s not at all surprising that scientists are finding more and more potentially habitable exoplanets out there. But everyone was very excited back in 2010 when Paul...
2014/07/04 09:39
2014/07/04 09:39
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The Orbiting Carbon Observatory satellite will monitor carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere and help scientists understand the lifecycle of carbon on Earth. Wednesday at 2:56 a.m., a...
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