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Darwin's Rottweiler

In Charles Darwin's day, his theories of evolution and natural selection aroused plenty of controversy, though the debate was arguably less nasty than it sometimes seems today.

from the San Diego Union-Tribune (Registration Required)

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In Search of the Mysterious Narwhal

... Kristin Laidre did not set out to wrestle whales in the devastatingly cold waters off Greenland's west coast. She wanted to be a ballerina.

from Smithsonian Magazine

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Promise of Personal Genomic Medicine Remains to Be Fulfilled

The New York Times reported that the genetic analysis of common diseases is proving to be a lot more complex than anticipated, making the age of truly personalized medicine still a distant dream. ...

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Renewable Energy At Odds With the Environment?

Last week the Washington Post looked at the potential downside environmentally of sun and wind power transmission in the United States, exemplified by plans to run power lines across grasslands and near two national wildlife refuges. ...

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Simulated Asteroids; Earthshine and Exoplanets; Solar Storms

Maybe a small asteroid splashing into the ocean won't be as bad as we thought, as far as killer tidal waves go. That's the conclusion of researchers who have developed simulations of such an event. ...

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In Peru, Archaeologists Uncover 'the King of Bling'

A spectacular archaeological find in Peru made the news last week. Researchers said the 1,500-year-old tomb of a Moche Indian ruler, discovered at the base of a mud-brick pyramid, has yielded 19 golden headdresses as well as jewelry, funerary masks and other artifacts. ...

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