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2014/11/23 17:31
2014/11/23 17:31
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Working at the edge of a coal mine in India, a team of Johns Hopkins researchers and colleagues have filled in a major gap in science’s understanding of the evolution of a group of animals that...
2014/11/23 17:31
2014/11/23 17:31
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2014/11/23 13:38
2014/11/23 13:38
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LAKE POWELL, Utah—In early September, at the abandoned Piute Farms marina on a remote edge of southern Utah's Navajo reservation, we watched a ten-foot (three-meter) waterfall plunging off what used...
2014/11/22 22:38
2014/11/22 22:38
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In the run-up to Thanksgiving, a holiday to celebrate bountiful harvests, Americans are being urged to stop wasting food so much. Some 34 million pounds (15.4 million kilograms) of food is thrown...
2014/11/21 22:13
2014/11/21 22:13
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There is no getting around food, the fun necessity, the allowable indulgence, the forgivable sin, and more than ever a national pastime. What is travel but going really far out to eat? Naturally, it...
2014/11/21 20:17
2014/11/21 20:17
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WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The statistics are sobering: More than 16 million kids in America (one out of five) live in households that struggle to put food on the table. At the same time, over the...
2014/11/19 22:58
2014/11/19 22:58
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Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com Davidson Day fourth graders (L-R) Piper Griffith, Emma McMahon,students in Emily Griswold's class ,look over the cache they found, a rolled up note...
2014/11/16 12:48
2014/11/16 12:48
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ELEPHANT BUTTE >> People who live in the Rio Grande Basin will have to take dramatic steps if they hope to have a future that involves more than just dust. Experts say the population in the...
2014/11/14 17:29
2014/11/14 17:29
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... — Where did the Jews originate? For Bennett Greenspan, the founder and president of Family Tree DNA, there’s little doubt, and it can all be proven with a swab of cheek cells. The...
2014/11/14 06:04
2014/11/14 06:04
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ASU students strive to save water Biomedical engineering freshman Nathan Francois signs a pledgeon Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 to conserve water as part of a larger campaign to restore 140 million...
2014/11/13 13:25
2014/11/13 13:25
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Natalia is a journalist blogging on behalf of the US embassy, wife of the US Ambassador to Sweden, women's activist and proud Mom seeking "lagom". Young National Geographic Diver Crashes Gender...
2014/11/12 14:17
2014/11/12 14:17
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Government of Gabon Announces the Decision to Create A New Marine Protected Area Network -- Covering About 23 Percent of Gabon's Territorial Waters and EEZ Announcement Made at Start of IUCN World...
2014/11/10 19:25
2014/11/10 19:25
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Chief Operating Officer of National Geographic, Tracie Winbigler ‘87, presenting to students and faculty on Oct. 23. Photo by Paul Vernon for Connect2OWU The trends in digital media present both an...
2014/11/07 23:40
2014/11/07 23:40
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Editor’s note: In May, Pope Francis, head of the Roman Catholic Church, met in Jerusalem with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, “first among equals” among the various patriarchs of 300 million Eastern...
2014/11/06 14:41
2014/11/06 14:41
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Fossil of Bizarre Groundhog-like Mammal on Madagascar Discovered, Video Paleontologists have discovered an almost complete skull of a previously unknown mammal that likely resembled a large...
2014/11/06 08:48
2014/11/06 08:48
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National Osteoporosis Foundation/NM class: At 11:30 a.m. today at MountainView Senior Circle, 3948 E. Lohman Ave. Annual up-date of happenings in the fields of osteopenia and osteoporosis in the past...
2014/11/05 18:54
2014/11/05 18:54
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The first fossil of an amphibious ichthyosaur has been discovered in China by a team led by researchers at the University of California, Davis. The discovery is the first to link the dolphinlike...
2014/11/04 18:14
2014/11/04 18:14
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... Than T. rex," the story of two University of Chicago paleontologists piecing together the facts about the largest predatory dinosaur yet found, unfolds at the pace of a good thriller. That's...
2014/11/04 16:21
2014/11/04 16:21
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World's oldest geoglyph was made by CHILDREN: Enormous moose symbol visible from space was built 6,000 years ago using tiny tools Giant stone picture of a moose was discovered from satellite images...
2014/11/04 13:39
2014/11/04 13:39
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Tiny, swift, and iridescent, hummingbirds dart around flowers and feeders, sipping nectar with their seemingly delicate beaks. But new research shows that these beaks actually double as deft,...
2014/11/04 08:48
2014/11/04 08:48
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Argentine Tango de Las Cruces: Meets today at 2251 Calle de Santiago, Mesilla. Tango lesson from 6:30-7:15 p.m. and Milonga from 7:15-9:30 p.m. Cost is $5. Info: Terri Coffman, 505-620-0377 or...
2014/11/23 17:31
2014/11/23 17:31
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