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Students must have at least nine credit hours with a grade of A, B, C or "credit" and at least a 3.5 grade-point average. The student must not have D, F, I or "No Credit" grades on the semester grade...
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Natural beauty ... Red Warton sandstone glowing in the sunrise at Raft Point on Doubtful Bay in the Kimberley. Picture: David May STARING at colossal red sandstone cliffs forged when the earth...
2015/08/01 11:42
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At least 12,000 years ago, a mastodon with a toothache died on top of a pile of seashells beside a creek near what is now Yorktown, Virginia. The flesh decayed, leaving teeth and bones that were...
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It was the worst man-made disaster in California history, yet its remnants lie neglected and crumbling in a Santa Clarita Valley canyon. While the worst natural disaster in state history is the 1906...
2015/08/01 06:15
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Matt Johnson, Eagle Mine external relations manager, said the new parcel is located in a different area from another 40-acre parcel now leased from the state by Eagle Mine. That parcel is situated...
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From about 1880 to 1910, said Michigan Tech Professor Emeritus Bill Rose, sandstone from Jacobsville quarries was used to build landmark buildings in New York, Chicago and throughout the nation, as...
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The event is hosted by the Copper Country Ancient Sites Conservancy, whose mission is the identification, protection, and professional investigation of the ancient archaeological sites of Lake...
2015/08/01 01:59
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Updated: August 1, 2015 05:34 IST Wikipedia has become the one-stop solution to many searches, especially for topics related to science. In an attempt to improve the articles on plants, animals,...
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Some of the most beautiful sights in Missouri are underground. Onondaga Cave State Park near Leasburg in Crawford County has a program to let photographers have better access to them. Some of the...
2015/07/31 21:35
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So much can be said about the nature of nature: It's never static, is always orderly yet is ever-changing. It can appear complex in structure yet follows the basic mathematical formula of circles,...
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Large swatches of North American maps might as well be labeled "Terra Incognita" or even "Here be Dragons," as far as geologists are concerned. "It's because these maps were made before the plate...
2015/07/31 17:28
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BHP in call to tackle tax havens Global efforts to tackle the shifting of profits to tax havens are the best way to avoid individual countries acting alone and sparking business uncertainty,...
2015/07/31 16:29
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Luanda — Angola is an example of leadership in diamond mining activity on safe extraction process, said Thursday in Luanda the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of Democracy, Human...
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When Steve was six months old, he, his parents and two older sisters steamed across the Atlantic Ocean on the USS General Patch to make their home in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Steve graduated from...
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Landslides on the slopes of volcanoes threaten communities like this one in El Salvador. Credit: Michigan Tech, Jose Fredy Cruz Eruptions are not the only danger on volcano slopes, landslides are a...
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Tragedy as young man, 23, caring for his paraplegic brother, 25, following motorcycle crash is left paralyzed after swimming accident Matt Chaffee, 25, of Kalamazoo, Michigan became a paraplegic...
2015/07/31 06:06
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Marine iguanas loving the sunshine on the Galapagos Islands. Picture: Louise Browne IMAGINE a world where lizards graze under water, where the animals aren’t scared of you and the fish in their...
2015/07/31 03:32
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A Missouri University of Science and Technology researcher is cooking up something new in the lab – baking meteorites to learn how to produce water and other easily evaporated compounds from...
2015/07/31 01:44
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It’s day two at the Sprott-Stansberry Natural Resource Symposium in Vancouver, Canada. Doug Casey, in particular, was in fine fashion. If you haven’t heard of him, he’s the Founder and Chairman of...
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LIBBY, Mont. — Owners of a northwestern Montana mine say they are one step closer to operating after the U.S. Forest Service found the project would not violate environmental laws or...
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