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Jackson Browne interview: 'Music lets you escape'
... it is harder to do it," Browne says, "although you learn tricks as you get older, you also have to unlearn everything so you can recapture the mind of the beginner, and the desire, and the...
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Scientists Spotlight Top Conservation Themes For ...
Scientists from the WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society), NASA, and other organizations have partnered to focus global attention on the contribution of satellites to biodiversity conservation in a...
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Bye Bye Plastic Bags Girls go on hunger strike
Environment Updates Talk stars go on a food strike to make governor ban plastic bags on Bali Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 18 November, 2014 - The Bye Bye Plastic Bags Girls, Isabel and Melati...
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Letter To The Editor: First Amendment Guarantees ...
Dear Editor, In the United States of America, and to an even stronger extent in the State of California, the First Amendment to our federal Constitution (and its state counterpart) guarantees freedom...
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Elizabeth May asking Canadians Who We Are
Green Party leader Elizabeth May's eighth book, Who We Are, Reflections on My Life and Canada, is a fascinating read by a woman who's led an extraordinary life. Its chief message is clear: it's time...
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In Chimpanzees, Long-Term Bullying Makes More Bab...
A male chimpanzee (left, with back to camera) menaces a fleeing female in a typical display of aggression. A new study finds that males who are consistently aggressive tend to sire more babies....
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Library Notes: Guthrie plans for Folk music, Mitt...
Greetings from Guthrie Memorial Library! Coming up on Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 6:30 p.m., we will present "Coal Mining Songs of the Northeast," performed by Jay Smar. Smar performs American folk music and...
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Nick Offerman to speak on campus
Actor, writer and carpenter Nick Offerman will be Brown Lecture Board’s fall speaker, said Lecture Board President Kaivan Shroff ’15. Offerman, who portrays Ron Swanson on the acclaimed sitcom “Parks...
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David Attenborough lobbies for new park to save r...
One of the world's most famous naturalists, Sir David Attenborough is leading the charge for a new national park to be created in the Australian state of Victoria. Attenborough, along with Jane...
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Bat jamming Bats produce at least 15 distinct sounds, which allow them to communicate with roost-mates and use echolocation to hunt for insects in the dark. New research shows that Mexican...
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Fairfax's Redford named recipient of WildCare awa...
Fairfax resident James "Jamie" Redford — chairman of The Redford Center and son of actor Robert Redford — has been named as the recipient of the second WildCare Environmental Award. The award will be...
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Compared To Apes, Human Gut Bacteria Lack Diversi...
The microbes living in people’s guts are much less diverse than those in humans’ closest relatives, the African apes, an apparently long evolutionary trend that appears to be speeding up in more...
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8 Female Cinematographers You Should Know About
... Female Cinematographers You Should Know About These DPs aren't worth paying attention to simply because they're women, but in a field where females are shockingly underrepresented, they certainly...
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2014 ENDORSEMENTS: Our top candidate picks and ad...
Some journalists believe newspapers should stop making endorsements to avoid some perception of bias later down the road or for other reasons. Hear directly from those seeking office via SFR’s video...
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Leymah Gbowee Speaks at UCI TONIGHT
The Liberian "will also share her insights about the vital role that ordinary citizens can play in transforming violence to peace," according to a statement from the university, which is co-sponsoring...
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The Shortage Of Women In STEM Explained
Why is there such a shortage of qualified women in the U.S. pursuing engineering or other STEM fields? Research shows women decide to become involved in STEM or related fields very early on, at...
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Wildlife agency moves to list African lion as thr...
Published: Monday, October 27, 2014, 5:43 p.m. Wildlife agency moves to list African lion as threatened By Darryl Fears, The Washington Post WASHINGTON � Fearing that the world�s most iconic big...
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“Poo Throw Hitler”: Dr. Jane Goodall helps John O...
John Oliver spoke to Dr.
during Sunday night’s edition of Goodall, who has spent her life living with and researching chimpanzees, explained to Oliver that humans share 98 percent of...
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Jane Goodall Was Not Amused by John Oliver's Idea...
On this weekend's Last Week Tonight, John Oliver welcomed renowned chimpanzee expert
to his ongoing series, "Great Minds: People Who Think Good," where he drags famous scientists down to...
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Animals Can Experience the Uncanny Valley
Image: Mashable, Christopher Mineses In 2009, researchers at Princeton University showed macaque monkeys three images of their species: a real photograph, an unrealistic computer rendering and a...
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