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Wari Geoglyph Found in Southern Peru
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 1 hour ago - peruthisweek.com
Archaeologists undertaking investigations in the Peruvian region of Arequipa discovered a large geoglyph last December.
Dinosaurs Could Have Survived The Asteroid, Study Finds
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, discovery, animals, dinosaurs, asteroids, paleontology )

Michael
- 1 hour ago - iflscience.com
The extinction of dinosaurs might be down to "colossal bad luck," a new study has found.
Viking Warriors and Treasures Are Buried Beneath Dublin
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 4 hours ago - irishcentral.com
A massive research project, 15 years in the making, has revealed that beneath Dublin's modern streets lies a trove of buried Viking warriors and artifacts.
GMO Bananas Arrive for First Test in Iowa - Via Natural Society
Science & Tech  (tags: Science and Technology, Genetic Engineering, GMO Bananas, GMOs, Genetically Modified Food, Humans, Health Risks, Food Industry, Safety issues, World )

Victoria
- 5 hours ago - naturalsociety.com
The GMO bananas were created at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Human trials are taking place but will they test properly for negative effects of GMOs or just Vitamin A levels?
Novosibirsk: The Chicago of Siberia, That Once Housed Some of Planet's Most Valuable Treasures
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, climate, concept, discovery, energy, history, interesting, research, scientists, technology )

Nell
- 12 hours ago - siberiantimes.com
Novosibirsk is Russia's third city after Moscow and St Petersburg, and the largest in Siberia with a population of 1.47 million. An educational, scientific, cultural and entertainment centre, it also has significant industry. Novosibirsk has a relaxed
Animals From Space: Polar Bears, Penguins Tracked Via Satellite
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, polar bears, science, satellites, research, scientists, technology )

Lone
- 18 hours ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
In the olden days of scientific research, the only way to know how many buffalo roamed the prairie or monkeys bounced around the rain forest was to trek out there and take a head count.
Now Two NEW Large Holes Appear in Siberia
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, interesting, investigation, news, science, world )

Nell
- 19 hours ago - siberiantimes.com
The funnel is a perfectly formed cone, say locals who are mystified at how it was formed. Its depth is estimated at between 60 and 100 metres and its diameter - more than four metres. Millions of people around the world glimpsed the first giant hole aft
GMO Bluegrass Is Unregulated, Unlabelled and Toxic - Via Organic Consumers Association
Science & Tech  (tags: Genetic Engineering, GMOs, Genetically modified organisms, Monsanto, GMO Contamination, Organic pasture, Wild Flowers, Organic Farming, Ecosytem, Petition to sign )

Victoria
- 22 hours ago - organicconsumers.org
Monsanto and Scotts are testing the first genetically engineered grass for both consumer and commercial use. Scotts Roundup Ready GMO Kentucky Bluegrass is unregulated, will not be labelled "GMO" contaminating organic pasture for cows. Global Petition.
Shipwreck Excavation May Explain How 17th-Century Warship Blew Itself Up
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, discovery, history )

Marty
- 1 day ago - theguardian.com
An underwater rescue excavation is being mounted this summer by English Heritage to solve a 349-year-old mystery: how warship the London managed to blow itself up without firing a shot at the enemy off Southend
Who Were the Ancient Bog Mummies? Surprising New Clues
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 1 day ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
Cast into northern European wetlands, bog bodies have long appeared as opaque to archaeologists as their dark and watery graves. But new clues are coming in the centuries-old mystery of their origins.
100,000-Year-Old Case of Brain Damage Discovered
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 1 day ago - livescience.com
Given the brain damage, the child was likely unable to care for himself or herself, so people must have spent years looking after the little boy or girl, according to the researchers who analyzed the 3D images
The Sixth Extinction Is Here -- And It's Our Fault
Science & Tech  (tags: science, history, life, earth, biodeversity losses, study, environment, interesting, humans, research )

Carrie
- 1 day ago - recode.net
The Earth appears to be in the early stages of the Sixth Extinction, the latest in a series of mass biodiversity losses that have punctuated the history of life on the planet, according to a paper published in Science this week.
Painting Stones: Prehistoric Decorated Quartz Pebbles
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 1 day ago - pasthorizonspr.com
Painted pebbles are a bit of a conundrum. These decorated, white beach-worn quartz pebbles have been the subject of much thought and discourse since the nineteenth century. The presumed emblematic value of quartz in prehistory may have been important in p
5 Step Plan to Feed the World and Cut Environmental Impact of Farming
Science & Tech  (tags: food, agriculture, feed the world )

Joe
- 1 day ago - ecojoes.com
A brief summary of a great article in National Geographic, talking about a 5 step plan to feed the estimated 9 billion people that'll live on Earth by 2050. Chiggity check it out!
Searching for Extra-Galactic Radio Signals
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science, interesting, Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, news, radio signals, science, space )

Kayleen
- 2 days ago - sciencenews.org
These intense fast radio bursts are the calling card of some exotic, cataclysmic event outside the Milky Way, and may tell the story of half the missing matter in the universe. Logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
 

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