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Newsmax
7 Mass Shooting Sites Like MGM Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas and What's Become of Them Now— Five Northern Illinois University students were killed and 21 injured in 2008
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— Five Northern Illinois University students were killed and 21 injured in 2008 when Steven Kaczmierczak opened fire at a geology lecture. Then Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich suggested the building be demolished, CBS News reported, but that plan... Read more
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MLive.com
NASA spacecraft will finish mission in orbit of asteroid belt's largest objectCeres' uppermost layer and how much ice it contains. "The spacecraft also will
MLive.com / Posted 7 hours ago
Ceres' uppermost layer and how much ice it contains. "The spacecraft also will take visible-light images of Ceres' surface geology with its camera, as well as measurements of Ceres' mineralogy with its visible and infrared mapping... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'GPA Spent D150M to Build Platforms for Aljamdou, Kansala Ferries' - Ousman Jobartehservices to APAM. He said he paid the villagers of Gunjur for the construction
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 hours ago
services to APAM. He said he paid the villagers of Gunjur for the construction of a road after an agreement with the Geology Department, but that the project was funded by APAM and he did not have an invoice to show the payment he made to... Read more
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Eye Witness News
SA's Gold Fields quarterly bullion output rises 3%last South African asset, South Deep, is a mechanised mine which has presented
Eye Witness News / Posted 15 hours ago
last South African asset, South Deep, is a mechanised mine which has presented operational challenges in an unforgiving geology 3kms beneath the surface. “South Deep will be unable to recover the full extent of the weak March quarter, which was... Read more
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The Jewish Press
INTO THE FRAY: Decertifying Iran- A Moral Imperative. Now WHAT? | Dr. Martin Sherman | 3 Heshvan 5778 – October 22, 2017Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies. He holds seve
The Jewish Press / Posted yesterday
Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies. He holds several university degrees: a B.Sc. (Physics and Geology), an MBA (Finance), and a PhD in political science and international relations. He was the first academic director of... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Gorge residents threatened by possible flooding and landslidesEagle Creek fire. “Heavy rain can trigger landslides.” said Bill Burns, enginee
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted yesterday
Eagle Creek fire. “Heavy rain can trigger landslides.” said Bill Burns, engineering geologist at the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. He advises people to be aware of the landslide hazard. Landslide are particularly likely... Read more
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The Washington Times
It’s academic: Climate change, sea level rise?about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just for students enrolled in subjects such as geology or meteorology. Architects, civil engineers, city planners and other professions are likely to be affected in ways... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
It's academic: Climate change, sea level rise?about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just for students enrolled in subjects such as geology or meteorology. Architects, civil engineers, city planners and other professions are likely to be affected in ways... Read more
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Connecticut Post
It's academic: Climate change, sea level rise?about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just for students enrolled in subjects such as geology or meteorology. Architects, civil engineers, city planners and other professions are likely to be affected in ways... Read more
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The Register Citizen
It's academic: Climate change, sea level rise?about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just
The Register Citizen / Posted yesterday
about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just for students enrolled in subjects such as geology or meteorology. Architects, civil engineers, city planners and other professions are likely to be affected in ways... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
It's academic: Climate change, sea level rise?about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just for students enrolled in subjects such as geology or meteorology. Architects, civil engineers, city planners and other professions are likely to be affected in ways... Read more
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The Middletown Press
It's academic: Climate change, sea level rise?about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just
The Middletown Press / Posted yesterday
about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just for students enrolled in subjects such as geology or meteorology. Architects, civil engineers, city planners and other professions are likely to be affected in ways... Read more
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The North West Star
Piece of pi for this 14-year-old doing the HSCand spends a few hours every afternoon self-learning subjects he's interested i
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
and spends a few hours every afternoon self-learning subjects he's interested in, such as linguistics, cosmology and geology. Brad said he has recently been "doing a lot of research into advance maths programming and coding" in his spare... Read more
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International Business Times
'Atlas of the Underworld': Scientists are mapping out a hidden world buried deep within the Earth that the slabs all over the world have been mapped," said Wim Spakman. It took
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
that the slabs all over the world have been mapped," said Wim Spakman. It took the researchers nearly 15 years to gather geology data from across the world, spanning hundreds of millions of years to construct the underworld atlas. "Much of the... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
October 21The guilty verdict was thrown out on appeal on a technicality. After the trial,
KTXS Abilene / Posted 2 days ago
The guilty verdict was thrown out on appeal on a technicality. After the trial, Scopes earned a master's degree in geology and went to work for the Gulf Oil Co., and later United Gas Corp. [ + - ] 1969: Author Jack Kerouac, a pioneer of... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
October 21The guilty verdict was thrown out on appeal on a technicality. After the trial,
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 2 days ago
The guilty verdict was thrown out on appeal on a technicality. After the trial, Scopes earned a master's degree in geology and went to work for the Gulf Oil Co., and later United Gas Corp. [ + - ] 1969: Author Jack Kerouac, a pioneer of... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
October 21The guilty verdict was thrown out on appeal on a technicality. After the trial,
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 2 days ago
The guilty verdict was thrown out on appeal on a technicality. After the trial, Scopes earned a master's degree in geology and went to work for the Gulf Oil Co., and later United Gas Corp. [ + - ] 1969: Author Jack Kerouac, a pioneer of... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Landslide risk extreme in many parts of Puget Sound ahead of soaking winter stormDUVALL, Wash. – The risk for landslides is now extreme in areas across Western
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 3 days ago
DUVALL, Wash. – The risk for landslides is now extreme in areas across Western Washington. A local geology expert warns the risk for slides can increase in areas where the ground has already moved. “The rain plays a role both as it’s happening and... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
New Immersive Experience Lets Users Explore Mars Using VRupdated as new imagery comes in. The software is adapted from a similar progra
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 3 days ago
updated as new imagery comes in. The software is adapted from a similar program used by NASA scientists to study Martian geology. "We've been able to leverage VR and AR technologies to take our scientists to Mars every single day," said Victor... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
New Immersive Experience Lets Users Explore Mars Using VRupdated as new imagery comes in. The software is adapted from a similar progra
NBC Bay Area / Posted 3 days ago
updated as new imagery comes in. The software is adapted from a similar program used by NASA scientists to study Martian geology. "We've been able to leverage VR and AR technologies to take our scientists to Mars every single day," said Victor... Read more
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The Columbian
Are we taking earthquakes seriously in Washington?the problem with Eastern Washington is we don’t take earthquake hazards serious
The Columbian / Posted 3 days ago
the problem with Eastern Washington is we don’t take earthquake hazards seriously,” said Reidel, an adjunct professor of geology at Washington State University’s Tri-Cities campus. “The bottom line is, some day we are going to have a major... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Large sculpture coming to Botanical Gardensart project that celebrates and embodies the spirit of people in Niagara. The
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 3 days ago
art project that celebrates and embodies the spirit of people in Niagara. The design also needed to reflect the nature and geology of the Niagara Parks. “The task of representing a cultural, commercial and geological attraction was enormous,”... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Large sculpture coming to Botanical Gardensart project that celebrates and embodies the spirit of people in Niagara. The
Welland Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
art project that celebrates and embodies the spirit of people in Niagara. The design also needed to reflect the nature and geology of the Niagara Parks. “The task of representing a cultural, commercial and geological attraction was enormous,”... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Explore Mars From the Comfort of Your Couchupdated as new imagery comes in. The software is adapted from a similar progra
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 3 days ago
updated as new imagery comes in. The software is adapted from a similar program used by NASA scientists to study Martian geology. "We've been able to leverage VR and AR technologies to take our scientists to Mars every single day," said Victor... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Large sculpture coming to Botanical Gardensart project that celebrates and embodies the spirit of people in Niagara. The
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 3 days ago
art project that celebrates and embodies the spirit of people in Niagara. The design also needed to reflect the nature and geology of the Niagara Parks. “The task of representing a cultural, commercial and geological attraction was enormous,”... Read more
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Offshore Magazine
Report shows gas, liquids potential offshore MontenegroMontenegro. “With exploration experience in western Greece, Energean has devel
Offshore Magazine / Posted 3 days ago
Montenegro. “With exploration experience in western Greece, Energean has developed a detailed understanding of the area’s geology and is committed and uniquely positioned to maximize development possibilities and unlock the region’s hydrocarbon... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
New dinosaur that predates T. rex found in Utahchildren and adults alike, said Thomas Holtz Jr., a vertebrate paleontologist a
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 3 days ago
children and adults alike, said Thomas Holtz Jr., a vertebrate paleontologist at the University of Maryland department of geology. "This shows that these big, banana-tooth bruisers go back to the very first days of the giant tyrant dinosaurs,"... Read more
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Business Standard India
Nasa's Dawn mission set for close look at dwarf planet CeresCeres' uppermost layer and how much ice it contains. The spacecraft also will
Business Standard India / Posted 3 days ago
Ceres' uppermost layer and how much ice it contains. The spacecraft also will take visible-light images of Ceres' surface geology with its camera, as well as measurements of Ceres mineralogy with its visible and infrared mapping spectrometer. The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Take a tour of Mars... on your desktop with an incredible 3D maprover drives and even holding meetings on Mars. First rolled out in 2015, the
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
rover drives and even holding meetings on Mars. First rolled out in 2015, the technology has made studying Martian geology accessible for more people. Users can visit four key site that have been explored on Mars - the Curiosity's landing... Read more
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FOX News
Texas' shale oil boom yields rags-riches tales by the barrelREUTERS/Ernest Scheyder - RC1366764970 “Texas is far from tapped out,” Scott T
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder - RC1366764970 “Texas is far from tapped out,” Scott Tinker, director of the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin, told Fox News. “Oil and natural gas are limited not so much by supply, but... Read more
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FOX News
Texas' shale oil boom yields rags-riches tales by the barrelREUTERS/Ernest Scheyder - RC1366764970 “Texas is far from tapped out,” Scott T
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder - RC1366764970 “Texas is far from tapped out,” Scott Tinker, director of the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin, told Fox News. “Oil and natural gas are limited not so much by supply, but... Read more
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Morningstar
We See a Wider Moat for Plainscould support 25-30 wells per square mile, far higher than the typical oil basi
Morningstar / Posted 3 days ago
could support 25-30 wells per square mile, far higher than the typical oil basin at around 6 wells per square mile. The geology of the reservoir suggests a pay zone of around 4,000 feet compared with 40 feet in the Bakken and 150 feet in the... Read more
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International Business Times
New 76-million-year-old tyrannosaur fossil discovered in the US is the most complete ever found US," said Dr. Randall Irmis, the curator of paleontology at the Museum and asso
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
US," said Dr. Randall Irmis, the curator of paleontology at the Museum and associate professor in the Department of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Utah. "We are eager to get a closer look at this fossil to learn more about the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Russia Goes All In On Arctic Oil DevelopmentRussian oil giant - whose CEO Igor Sechin is a close ally of Vladimir Putin - c
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 days ago
Russian oil giant - whose CEO Igor Sechin is a close ally of Vladimir Putin - continues to drill at the field to study its geology, search for more oil, and define future drilling strategies at the license, Rosneft says. Gazprom Neft operates the... Read more
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The North West Star
In world first, Iceland turns emissions into stonethe Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to s
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
the Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to stone. Speaking to an expert in Australian geology, he said application of the technology to turn captured CO2 into stone in Australia is fairly unlikely due to... Read more
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Perth Now
If you surf, you should know this manstorm thousands of kilometres away. Munk has made fundamental contributions to
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
storm thousands of kilometres away. Munk has made fundamental contributions to our understanding of ocean circulation, geology and climate change. But perhaps his most influential work is the science of wave prediction, which he developed while... Read more
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WA Today
Australian archaeologist chronicles mysterious stone 'gates' in Saudi Arabia’s desertget involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Steph
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
get involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Stephan Kempe, a retired professor of physical geology at Technische Universitat Darmstadt in Germany, who was not involved in the paper, called the gate structures... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Shake it outstate statute. Another six seats were listed as vacant: public education; mech
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
state statute. Another six seats were listed as vacant: public education; mechanical engineering; the American Red Cross; geology; business; and emergency management. Briggs confirmed Thursday the list was still up to date. "We would love to get... Read more
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NZCity
Vanuatu volcano: Ambae islanders to return to villages as Manaro settlesmonth when the Manaro volcano threatened to erupt, with its 11,000 residents ta
NZCity / Posted 3 days ago
month when the Manaro volcano threatened to erupt, with its 11,000 residents taken to shelters on neighbouring islands. Geology and Mines Minister Ralph Regenvanu said the Government would control the repatriation process, which is expected to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Ambae islanders to return home as volcano settlesmonth when the Manaro volcano threatened to erupt, with its 11,000 residents ta
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
month when the Manaro volcano threatened to erupt, with its 11,000 residents taken to shelters on neighbouring islands. Geology and Mines Minister Ralph Regenvanu said the Government would control the repatriation process, which is expected to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian archaeologist chronicles mysterious stone 'gates' in Saudi Arabia’s desertget involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Steph
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
get involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Stephan Kempe, a retired professor of physical geology at Technische Universitat Darmstadt in Germany, who was not involved in the paper, called the gate structures... Read more
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The Age
Australian archaeologist chronicles mysterious stone 'gates' in Saudi Arabia’s desertget involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Steph
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
get involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Stephan Kempe, a retired professor of physical geology at Technische Universitat Darmstadt in Germany, who was not involved in the paper, called the gate structures... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian archaeologist analyses mysterious stone 'gates' found in Saudi Arabia’s desertget involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Steph
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
get involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Stephan Kempe, a retired professor of physical geology at Technische Universitat Darmstadt in Germany, who was not involved in the paper, called the gate structures... Read more
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The Age
Australian archaeologist analyses mysterious stone 'gates' found in Saudi Arabia’s desertget involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Steph
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
get involved in scouring the landscape from satellite imagery," he said. Stephan Kempe, a retired professor of physical geology at Technische Universitat Darmstadt in Germany, who was not involved in the paper, called the gate structures... Read more
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Canberra Times
Turning greenhouse gas into stone: First carbon-negative power plant opensthe Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to s
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
the Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to stone. Speaking to an expert in Australian geology, he said application of the technology to turn captured CO2 into stone in Australia is fairly unlikely due to... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
It's academic: Climate change, sea level rise?about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 3 days ago
about how climate change could affect the near and distant future, and not just for students enrolled in subjects such as geology or meteorology. Architects, civil engineers, city planners and other professions are likely to be affected in ways... Read more
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WA Today
Turning greenhouse gas into stone: World's first carbon-negative power plant opensthe Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to s
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
the Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to stone. Speaking to an expert in Australian geology, he said application of the technology to turn captured CO2 into stone in Australia is fairly unlikely due to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Turning greenhouse gas into stone: First carbon-negative power plant opensthe Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to s
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
the Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to stone. Speaking to an expert in Australian geology, he said application of the technology to turn captured CO2 into stone in Australia is fairly unlikely due to... Read more
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The Age
Turning greenhouse gas into stone: First carbon-negative power plant opensthe Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to s
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
the Icelandic project, however, it has no plans to turn captured emissions to stone. Speaking to an expert in Australian geology, he said application of the technology to turn captured CO2 into stone in Australia is fairly unlikely due to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Researchers dig up near-complete tyrannosaur fossilsouthwestern US,’ said Dr Randall Irmis, curator of paleontology at the Museum
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
southwestern US,’ said Dr Randall Irmis, curator of paleontology at the Museum and associate professor in the Department of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Utah. ‘We are eager to get a closer look at this fossil to learn more about the... Read more
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