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2014/10/19 07:53
2014/10/19 07:53
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Facts are stubborn things, John Adams once said. But sometimes it's more convenient to deny them. Men walked on the moon? That was a hoax. The Holocaust? Never happened. And climate change. Now...
2014/10/19 07:53
2014/10/19 07:53
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2014/10/19 05:34
2014/10/19 05:34
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UNT institute marks 5 years with exhibition Faculty fellows of the University of North Texas’ Institute for the Advancement of the Art will have art on exhibit at the fifth-anniversary exhibit for...
2014/10/18 20:52
2014/10/18 20:52
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... producer and philanthropist" -- to distribute a documentary film entitled "VIRUNGA," about the quest to save endangered mountain gorillas in the eastern Congo park by that name. "With...
2014/10/17 17:28
2014/10/17 17:28
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Two scientists from the University of Colorado (CU) have discovered important long-lost 50-year-old polar satellite images from Nasa's Nimbus 1 satellite, the first ever Earth observation mission...
2014/10/17 14:51
2014/10/17 14:51
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It’s mid-October, 118 miles from the Arctic Circle. Time for a walk to work. Since I last wrote about my three-mile commute through the raindrops of August, the 1,100 acres of boreal forest between...
2014/10/16 04:03
2014/10/16 04:03
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Who's winning, who's losing, and why. On the morning of Jan. 29, construction workers were building a seawater pipe at Oliktok Point, part of a sprawling network of oil fields owned by ConocoPhillips...
2014/10/15 17:23
2014/10/15 17:23
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This ''space weather'' effect on the Antarctic atmosphere might explain some previously puzzling variations in winter weather patterns, including important changes in polar wind patterns, researchers...
2014/10/15 05:21
2014/10/15 05:21
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... might take it down Earth's magnetic field protects life from energetic particles from the sun and cosmic rays Temporary loss of the field before a permanent reversal could increase...
2014/10/15 03:08
2014/10/15 03:08
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... could have done more on Ebola, steps up response to disease FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - The nation's top disease-fighting agency acknowledged Tuesday that federal health experts failed to...
2014/10/14 13:39
2014/10/14 13:39
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Arctic marine organisms act as a reservoir for CO2, according to research published in the international journal Geophysical Research Letters. The study, co-authored by Professor Susana Agusti and Dr...
2014/10/14 01:21
2014/10/14 01:21
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... has been underestimated by 16 per cent Claim this has led to overestimates of how much of the greenhouse gas is left in the atmosphere Plants are slowing the effects of climate change far...
2014/10/13 17:42
2014/10/13 17:42
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President Vladimir Putin has approved the creation of a state-owned oil exploration drilling corporation that will replace Western oil service companies forced to reduce operations in Russia by...
2014/10/13 13:39
2014/10/13 13:39
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It was another banner week for physics as the Nobel Prize in physics was announced—Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura shared the prize for their work in inventing a new kind of LED. Also,...
2014/10/13 09:27
2014/10/13 09:27
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The U.S. and Europe imposed wide-ranging sanctions against Russia in the wake of its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in March, with measures including a ban on cooperating on oil exploration in the...
2014/10/12 23:06
2014/10/12 23:06
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Defying his former enemies in the U.S. and Europe may force Vladimir Putin to aid the ascent of his biggest rival in the east. Isolated over Ukraine, Russia is relying on China for the investment it...
2014/10/12 09:38
2014/10/12 09:38
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The search for life on Mars has now got a new twist as researchers believe that a study of Mars-like environment on the Earth could help them better understand the clues to life on the Red...
2014/10/11 14:18
2014/10/11 14:18
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The world is getting warmer and that's already causing disasters that will devastate lives and cost hundreds of billions of dollars. The greenhouse gas emissions that drive warming "now substantially...
2014/10/11 12:27
2014/10/11 12:27
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The mammoth mystery of St. Paul Island One foggy day on St. Paul Island, a woolly mammoth stepped onto a trapdoor of greenery. It plunged 30 feet to the floor of a cave. There was no exit. A few...
2014/10/10 17:15
2014/10/10 17:15
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SAN ANTONIO — Business climate SAN ANTONIO — 1. Between 2004 and 2013, the Texas Enterprise Fund distributed some $487 million for state economic development. Has this money been well spent? What...
2014/10/10 16:09
2014/10/10 16:09
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Abortion opponents in Iowa protest along the campaign trail (Jim Young/Reuters) Were he graduating medical school today, Dr. Joel Fleischman might not have been needed in rural Alaska. Fleischman,...
2014/10/19 07:53
2014/10/19 07:53
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