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Bulgarian Archaeologists Discover Ancient Chariot
Science & Tech  (tags: chriot, bulgaria, europe, ancient, archaelogy, tomb )

Ceci
- 2084 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Archaeologists have unearthed a 1,900-year-old well-preserved chariot at an ancient Thracian tomb in southeastern Bulgaria, the head of the excavation said Thursday.
An "Italian Brain" and the Top-Secrets Machine to Get Energy From Tidal Power
Science & Tech  (tags: renewable resources, renewable energy, Italy, Europe, tidal energy, technology, discovery, concept, world, tech )

Gavin
- 2108 days ago - ecoworldly.com
"The machine is different from all the other projects that aim to derive energy out of waves. It can be used in a calm sea as the Mediterranean, even if its efficiency in the ocean could be five times bigger" Grassi said.
SPAIN: Archeological Dig Yields Ancient European
Science & Tech  (tags: Europe, Homo sapiens, archeology, anthropology, science, primatology, history, human evolution )

Rooibos
- 2218 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
Scientists have discovered the oldest human remains in western Europe.A jawbone and teeth discovered at the famous Atapuerca site in northern Spain have been dated between 1.1 and 1.2 million years old.
104 Products on Shelves Already Contain Toxic 'Grey Goo' By Stealth, Say Friends of the Earth | the Daily Mail
Science & Tech  (tags: nanoparticles, medicine, skin cream, food, dangerous, toxic, products, friends of the earth, europe, uk, britain, drugs, vitamins, anti-bacterial, risk, health, body )

Ceci
- 2233 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Potentially toxic chemicals are being incorporated into food, packaging, health supplements and other products by stealth, it is claimed. Manufacturers boast that nanoparticles can deliver drugs or vitamins more effectively, kill harmful bugs in food or
U.K. Military Threatens Four Wind Farms
Science & Tech  (tags: europe, government, environment, energy, renewable energy, clean energy, wind )

Gavin
- 2268 days ago - ecoworldly.com
The U.K.'s Times Online reports today that plans for at least four offshore wind farms might be in jeopardy because of objections from the Ministry of Defence.
All Blue-Eyed People Can Be Traced Back to One Ancestor Who Lived 10,000 Years Ago Near the Black Sea | the Daily Mail
Science & Tech  (tags: blue eyes, genes, black sea, prized, dicovery, europe, skin, hair, eyes, history )

Ceci
- 2273 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Throughout history they have been the eyes that are prized. Frank Sinatra's were legendary, Paul Newman's melted a million hearts while Cameron Diaz's dazzle in modern Hollywood. But how - and why - blue eyes arose has always been something of a genetic
Middle-Age Drinkers Dying in Record Numbers
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, death, europe, safety, healthwellness, research, health, safety, death, disease, warning, women, study, scientists )


- 2277 days ago - independent.ie
My colleagues and I are seeing more women with serious liver damage than ever before. "Liver disease is often symptomless until it becomes very serious so people often have no warning that they are destroying their liver until it's too late."
How Africa's Desert Sun Can Bring Europe Power
Science & Tech  (tags: africa, europe, sun, solar power, electricity )

Kate
- 2333 days ago - guardian.co.uk
Europe is considering plans to spend more than £5bn on a string of giant solar power stations along the Mediterranean desert shores of northern Africa and the Middle East.
Global Warming Opens Arctic Seabed to the Search for Oil and Gas
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, energy, technology, Europe, Russia, Norway, Iceland, Denmark, Arctic, Siberia, Gas, Global Warming, Polar Ice Cover, Northern Passage, Climate Change, Constipation, Sub-Polar, Northern, Iceberg, Hydrocarbons, Arctic Basin, Arctic Sea, North )

Ann
- 2367 days ago - yellowzeppelin.info
The Arctic is rich in natural resources, including hydrocarbons, and rapid thawing due to global warming could make exploiting those mineral resources feasible relatively soon.
   

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