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* Google Exec Alan Eustace Just Beat Felix Baumgartner's World Record For Highest Free-Fall Parachute Jump *
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, environment, humans, interesting, investigation, performance, research, safety, science, space, study, technology, world )

Frans
- 1 day ago - industrytap.com
Senior Google Executive, Dr. Alan Eustace, has broken Felix Baumgartner's world record for highest free-fall parachute jump. Eustace broke the record to relatively little fanfare when compared to Baumgartner's jump which was streaming live on ...
Monsanto Nominated for the 'Corporate Hall of Shame;' Here's Where You Can Vote (And Why It Matters) - See More at: Http://Althe
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, cancer, children, death, diet, disease, drugs, environment, ethics, family, babies, government, interesting, food, health, healthcare, humans, illness, medicine, risks, news, safety, women, science, society, study, warning, prevention, treatment, r )

Leopold
- 4 days ago - althealthworks.com
The Monsanto Company flew under the radar for several decades of American history, manufacturing plastics and even helping to produce the deadly Agent Orange chemical responsible for so much destruction and loss of life in the Vietnam War.
10 Things You May Not Know About Laughter
Offbeat  (tags: science, Neuroscientist, Laughter, Study )

Ray
- 5 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Neuroscientist and part time stand-up comic Prof Sophie Scott reveals 10 things you probably didn't know about laughter.
7 Reasons to Never Drink Soda Pop Again
Health & Wellness  (tags: soda drinking, research, prevention, protection, illness, food, diet, disease, Body-Mind-Spirit, risks, study, health )

Cal
- 6 days ago - ecowatch.com
Read some of these potential outcomes of heavy soda-drinking, and you may be reaching for some water or a glass of fresh organic juice instead.
Experts 'Stunned' at How Fast Oceans Are Warming
Environment  (tags: climate-change, ocean warming, study, climate, protection, nature, oceans, world, ecosystems, environment, destruction )

Cal
- 6 days ago - theecologist.org
Southern hemisphere oceans are warming at double the expected rate, a new study has found
World's Largest Ever GMO Safety Study Set for London Launch
Green Lifestyle  (tags: CoolStuff, eco-friendly, food, goodnews, genetic engineering, GMOs, environment, greenliving, health, humans, interesting, protection, study, Sustainabililty, world )

Kathy
- 8 days ago - sustainablepulse.com
According to the Media Advisory; "the $ 25 million 'Factor GMO' study will investigate the health effects of a genetically modified (GMO) crop that has been in our food and animal feed supplies for many years. It will answer the question: Is this GMO food
Thousands of Historic Archives From British Asylums to Go Online
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, drugs, ethics, government, investigation, news, research, risks, warning, women, study, treatment )

Sonya
- 9 days ago - livescience.com
The history, corruption, lies and torture in mental prisons in the UK. Not just Stalin.
Comet to Buzz By Mars -- And You Get to Watch
Science & Tech  (tags: space, study, technology, world, science, scientists, research, investigation, news, interesting, nasa, history, environment, Gizmos, humans, discovery, ancient, astronomy )

O O
- 10 days ago - newsglobal.us
Comet is set to zoom past Mars in a rare celestial event Sunday afternoon. event will be live streamed by Slooh, an organization that connects powerful telescopes to the Internet. The Virtual Telescope Project will also be streaming the comet's passing.
Armored Fish Pioneered Sex As You Know It
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, discovery, environment, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Lone
- 10 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
Fossils suggest that long before birds and bees, vertebrates used internal fertilization.
Elephants Can Detect Rain 150 Miles Away
Animals  (tags: elephants, rain, detection, 150 miles, interesting, study, wildlife )

Giana
- 10 days ago - news.discovery.com
If you want to know when it's going to rain, ask an elephant. Apparently, they just know. That's according to new research suggesting the lumbering giants can sense when a storm is coming, even if the ominous clouds are gathering a long way off.
Earth's Magnetic Pole Could Reverse Within A Single Human Lifetime
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, study, space, Earth, magnetic field, north pole, south pole, technology )

Michael
- 15 days ago - iflscience.com
Over the course of millions of years, the Earth's magnetic field can reverse, so that compasses point south rather than north. There has been plenty of speculation that we're heading for another such event quite soon.
The Biggest Methane Leak in America Is in New Mexico
Science & Tech  (tags: New Mexico's San Juan Basin, methane gas leak, research, science, space, study, investigation, interesting, news, technology )

CarrieSIC
- 19 days ago - scientificamerican.com
Researchers using satellite data have pinpointed New Mexico's San Juan Basin as a major source of leaking methane in the United States. This is the first time scientists have used satellites to image greenhouse gas emissions on the ground.
Science Gone Social
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, study, society, scientists, science, research, humans, environment, computer, computers, social media, communication, public )

Darren
- 20 days ago - the-scientist.com
Scientists are beginning to embrace social media as a viable means of communicating with public audiences.
Korean Stem Cell Film Tops Box Office
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, study, society, science, research, medicine, interesting, humans, environment, culture, korean, stem cell, Woo Suk Hwang, scandal, South Korea )

Darren
- 20 days ago - the-scientist.com
A movie based on the Woo Suk Hwang cloning scandal is popular in South Korea, but the plot line strays from reality.
How Cities Are Making Our Rats Smarter and Spiders Bigger
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, humans, evolution, rats, spiders, urban living, research, scientists, study, society, world )

CarrieSIC
- 20 days ago - macleans.ca
Aesop, it seems, was literally right in his 2,500-year-old fable of the country mouse and the city mouse. Humans are not the only creatures to have been altered in behaviour, and even in form, by urban experience.
 

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