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A Computer Scientist Tells Mathematicians How To Write Proofs
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, study, science, research, interesting, humans, discovery, history, computers, computer, scientists, mathematics, proof, 17th century )

Darren
- 33 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
Why do mathematicians insist on writing proofs in prose, the same way 17th century mathematicians did?
The History Of The Color Green
Society & Culture  (tags: world, Art History, color, history, humans, interesting, education, society, world )

CarrieSIC
- 44 days ago - nybooks.com
We live in colors. They fill our waking moments, they form a part of our every apprehension of the visible world, and they govern many of the choices we make about the ways we define or express ourselves.
Big Solar Storm Heading Toward Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, energy, environment, history, humans, habitat, nasa, news, performance, research, safety, society, space, study, world )

Frank
- 48 days ago - cnn.com
"This is not your usual weather forecast. Big storms are brewing. Your umbrella won't help, but you might want to keep a flashlight handy."- cnn.com
Sherry Turkle Explains Why Social Technologies Are Making Us Less Social
Science & Tech  (tags: world, environment, technology, study, research, humans, history, environment, Sherry Turkle, social media, computers, health )

Darren
- 48 days ago - scientificamerican.com
For the first time in the history of our species, we are never alone and never bored. Have we lost something fundamental about being human?
Newly Found Asteroid to Pass Close to Earth on Sunday
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, astronomy, discovery, environment, history, humans, interesting, investigation, nasa, news, performance, safety, science, scientists, society, space, technology, world )

Frank
- 52 days ago - cnn.com
"A newly discovered asteroid will pass "very close" to Earth on Sunday, NASA says."- cnn.com
GMO FACTS Frequently Asked Questions // "Are GMOs Safe? Most Developed Nations Do Not Consider GMOs to Be Safe. "
Science & Tech  (tags: science, safety, design, discovery, study, technology, habitat, health, performance, research, environment, history, NewTechnology )

Ruth
- 53 days ago - nongmoproject.org
"In more than 60 countries around the world, including Australia, Japan, and all of the countries in the European Union, there are significant restrictions or outright bans on the production and sale of GMOs."
Seattle Wants to Kill Columbus Day
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, Columbus Day, indigenous people, history, human rights, violence )

Nancy
- 54 days ago - magazine.good.is
Minneapolis, Minnesota voted in April to recognize Indigenous Peoples' Day on the same date as Columbus Day, the first policy change of its sort in years. Columbus Day may soon be a thing of the past in Seattle, Washington.
Where Is Human Evolution Taking Us?
Science & Tech  (tags: world, humans, evolution, science, research, study, humans, history )

Darren
- 56 days ago - scientificamerican.com
WE ASKED leading scientists how they think humans will evolve in the future. Here is what they had to say. For more expert commentary, go to ScientificAmerican.com/sep2014/predictions
The Japanese Have Some Questions for 'Palestine Supporters'...AND OH ARE THEY AWESOME
World  (tags: Palestine, history, culture, borders, capital, cyrrency, founder )

Beatrice
- 57 days ago - jewsnews.co.il
If you are so sure that " Palestine , the country, goes back through most of recorded history," I expect you to be able to answer a few basic questions about that country of Palestine :
Tiny Genetic Differences Between Humans and Other Primates Pervade the Genome
Science & Tech  (tags: world, humans, history, genetic, primates, genome, Charles Darwin, evolution, species, gorilla, chimpanzee, bonobos )

Darren
- 57 days ago - scientificamerican.com
In 1871 Charles Darwin surmised that humans were evolutionarily closer to the African apes than to any other species alive. The recent sequencing of the gorilla, chimpanzee & bonobo genomes confirms that supposition & provides a clearer view of how. . .
5 Totally Unexpected Archaeological Finds
Science & Tech  (tags: archarchaeology, fossil, discovery, oak trees, history, research )

Nancy
- 57 days ago - msnvideo.msn.com
A mural,a king, a fossil and more...followed by Iceland's volcano.
Siberians Came to North American Arctic in Two Waves. DNA Recasts Mystery of How One Culture Replaced the Other
Science & Tech  (tags: world, history, DNA evidence, siberians, North America, arctic region, culture, research, study )

Darren
- 59 days ago - sciencenews.org
North America's Arctic regions were first settled around 5,000 years ago by people from Siberia who eventually created a New World culture that lasted for nearly 4,000 years before suddenly disappearing, a new genetic study suggests.
'Pristine' Mammoth Skeleton Unearthed In Texas
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, unearthed, Mammoth, skeleton, ancient, archaeology, discovery, history )

Darren
- 61 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Marty McEwen was digging in the dirt on his dad's North Texas property in May when the excavator suddenly hit something. That something turned out to be a six-foot tusk -- of a mammoth that had walked the earth tens of thousands of years ago.
Israel and Palestine - A Short Introduction   video
World  (tags: Israel and Palestine, Short Introduction, video, history, peace talks, land grab, USA )

Dandelion
- 63 days ago - youtube.com
A little bit of history for an area we read so much about. For the well versed this is a simplistic video, for those who are not sure what is going on, who are just trying to learn this is a good brief and start on their journey of knowledge. Link at end.
The Origin of Humans Is Surprisingly Complicated
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, nature, research, science, world, history )

Darren
- 65 days ago - scientificamerican.com
HUMAN FAMILY TREE used to be a scraggly thing. With relatively few fossils to work from, scientists' best guess was that they could all be assigned to just two lineages, one of which went extinct and the other of which ultimately gave rise to us.
 

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