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NASA Satellites Record Hurricane Harvey's Intensification
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA, Satellite Images, hurricane, Hurricane Harvey, Texas, climate, computer, computers, environment, humans, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, study, technology )

Fiona
- 54 days ago - space.com
Harvey has been gaining strength and will likely make landfall as a major hurricane, NASA satellite images revealed. Harvey could become the worst hurricane to hit Texas in nearly 50 years
Two Major US Aquifers Found to Be Saturated With Uranium
Science & Tech  (tags: Ogalala Aquifer, California's Central Valley, Texas, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, uranium, drinking water, agriculture, nitrates )

Judy
- 788 days ago - activistpost.com
Researchers from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have just completed a comprehensive analysis of roughly 275,000 water samples from 62,000 locations across the United States.
Fracking Disposal Wells Causing Earthquakes in DFW
Science & Tech  (tags: Barnett Shale, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, hydraulic fracturing, fracking, disposal wells, seismology, earthquakes, quakes, temblors, tremors, fault lines, epicenters, magnitude, damage )

Isaac
- 1014 days ago - stateimpact.npr.org
A new study by a University of Texas seismologist says wells used to dispose of fracking waste water are responsible recent earthquakes.
Official Texas Review: "Creation Science" Should Be Incorporated Into Every Biology Textbook
Science & Tech  (tags: Americans, culture, dishonesty, politics, religion, Texas, science, students )

Kit
- 1497 days ago - motherjones.com
Few of the textbook reviewers who were critical of the teaching of evolution and climate change possessed any scientific credentials, according to NCSE. Among those who did, several were active in anti-evolution organizations such as the Discovery I -->
Scientists Tell Texas: Time to Evolve | LiveScience
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, evolution, texas )

Andi
- 3130 days ago - livescience.com
Several leading scientists have sent a letter to the Texas State Board of Education urging board members to reject an amendment that attacks one of evolution's key principles, that all life on Earth is descended from a common ancestor.
Evolution Wins a Round in Texas Education Debate
Science & Tech  (tags: evolution, science, natural selection, eduction, schools, Texas )

Scarlett
- 3189 days ago - sciam.com
The Texas Board of Education has tentatively adopted new teaching standards that would make it more difficult to teach creationism in Lone Star state schools.
Texas Has Been Getting More Rare Earth Tremors
Science & Tech  (tags: Texas, eartquakes, aftershocks, tremors, unusual, interesting, investigation, news, humans, safety, science, scientists, tech, technology )

Elli
- 3272 days ago - breitbart.com
DALLAS (AP) - Northern Texas has been getting more rare earth tremors, one day after several minor earthquakes made Halloween memorable for some people in the area.
Texas Set to Open New Canyon to Public
Science & Tech  (tags: science, canyon, Texas, geology, study, research )

Danielle
- 3665 days ago - news.yahoo.com
CANYON LAKE, Texas - Geologic time has a different meaning when it comes to Canyon Lake Gorge. You could say it dates to around the end of the Enron era. A torrent of water from an overflowing lake sliced open the earth in 2002, exposing rock formations,
Researcher: Texas Dinosaur Misidentified
Science & Tech  (tags: Texas, research, dinosaur, species, identification )

Eduardo
- 3667 days ago - latimes.com
Bones discovered in the 1990s that spurred the Legislature to declare the pleurocoelus the state's official dinosaur were misidentified and actually came from a different species. Mainstream scientists have been quick to accept Rose's findings.
Scientists Debate Massive Spider Web Blanketing 200 Yards of Texas Park
Science & Tech  (tags: texas, spiders, giant web )

Jacquelin
- 3702 days ago - foxnews.com
WILLS POINT, Texas -- Entomologists are debating the origin and rarity of a sprawling spider web that blankets several trees, shrubs and the ground along a 200-yard stretch of trail in a North Texas park. Officials at Lake Tawakoni State Park say the m
   

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