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A Chat With Wise-Cracking Robot Pepper
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, robot, interesting, humans, Gizmos, computers )

Naoko
- 4 days ago - japantoday.com
TOKYO -- A wise-cracking humanoid robot called Pepper, whose makers claim can read people's emotions, was unveiled in Tokyo last month.
Exposed: How Creationists in Texas Are Putting Pressure on Schoolbook Publishers to Bring God Into Biology
Science & Tech  (tags: research, world, science, society, humans, environment, habitat, discovery, business, corruption, money, politics, dishonesty, culture, environment, religion )

Wild
- 5 days ago - alternet.org
A special interest creationist group is trying to undermine science education by challenging information presented in a school textbook.
Drug-Resistant Superbug Infections Explode Across U.S. Hospitals: 500% Increase Foreshadows 'New Plague' Caused By Modern Medici
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, health, humans, interesting, investigation, medicine, research, safety, society, study )

Frans
- 6 days ago - naturalnews.com
.......This dangerous bacteria is finding its way into healthcare facilities nationwide... A CRE epidemic is fast approaching... Even this marked increase likely underestimates the true scope of the problem given variations in hospital surveillance...
Find Out How Hot Your Summer Will Be In 2100 (INTERACTIVE MAP)
Science & Tech  (tags: climate-change, humans, global warming, science, study, humans, environment, research )

Carrie
- 12 days ago - scientificamerican.com
If it feels hot to you now in the dog days of this summer, imagine a time when summertime Boston starts feeling like Miami and even Montana sizzles.Thanks to climate change, that day is coming by the end of the century,making it harder to avoid simmering.
As Honeybees Die Off, First Inventory of Wild Bees Is Under Way
Science & Tech  (tags: bees, discovery, environment, humans, research, science, society, study, world )

Lone
- 14 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
"I'm looking deeply into [their] eyes to see what they reveal," said Droege. "I'm looking for species in potential trouble, gathering information on their status before they're designated an endangered species."
Tibetans Inherited High-Altitude Gene From Extinct Human Lineage
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, discovery, humans, interesting, news, science, Tibetans, University of California, Berkeley and the University of Copenhage )

Kayleen
- 20 days ago - csmonitor.com
Tibetans possess a rare gene that carries oxygen in the blood that they inherited from Denisovans, a group of extinct humans who interbred with our species tens of thousands of years ago. Logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Converting Decomissioned Buses Into Showers for the Homeless
Science & Tech  (tags: buses, showers, homeless, concept, environment, humans )

Lone
- 28 days ago - ca.news.yahoo.com
How one woman brought the idea to life for San Francisco's homeless population.
Take Action to Oppose the New 2,4-D-Resistant G.E. Crops *** Please Sign ***
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, environment, GeneticEngineering, health, humans, investigation, research, safety, science, society )

Frans
- 32 days ago - takeaction.takepart.com
The Environmental Protection Agency is considering an application to use a combination of glyphosate, a chemical in many common pesticides, with 2,4-D, a highly toxic weed killer, on genetically engineered corn and soybeans designed to withstand 2,4-D ...
How to Swim With Sharks and Not Get Eaten (TEXT and VIDEO)
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, animals, swimming with sharks, research, interesting, news, science, safety )

Carrie
- 37 days ago - thestar.com
The ocean's apex predator does kill people, but we are much more devastating to sharks than they are to us. And now, conservation-minded scientists are learning more about what makes sharks tick. The Star's Sandro Contenta reports from the Bahamas.
Archaeologists Find 1,000-Year-Old Artifacts at Illinois Airport
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery, humans, interesting, Native Americans, news, science )

Kayleen
- 38 days ago - foxnews.com
Archaeologists uncovered Native American artifacts dating back to 1,000 years ago, including a stone ax thousands of years older for cutting trees and wood. Logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Ancient, Tiny Fish Might Be Ancestor of Almost All Vertebrates (Including You)
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, discovery, fish, humans, Marble Canyon in Canada's Kootenay Natio, news, Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, science )

Kayleen
- 38 days ago - csmonitor.com
A stunningly preserved fish more than 500 million years old could be the ancestor of nearly all living vertebrates, a category that includes bony fish, birds, reptiles, humans. Fascinating, as logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
GM Maggots Expected in Fruit Imports After Go-Ahead for Brazil GM Fruit Fly Experiments - Via Sustainable Pulse
Science & Tech  (tags: GMOs, Fruit Flies, Brazil, Food, Maggots, Health risks, Humans, Science, Ethical concerns, Article )

Victoria
- 50 days ago - sustainablepulse.com
GM maggots are expected in Brazilian fruit imports as the country moves forward with an open release of millions of genetically modified Mediterranean fruit flies. Live GM flies could also be transported in the fruit. No release date has been announced.
Life-Saving Boot Insert Detects Landmines Within 6.5 Feet
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, environment, interesting, humans, investigation, NewTechnology, performance, research, society, technology, world )

Frans
- 55 days ago - industrytap.com
It is estimated that more than 110 million active landmines are scattered across 70 countries around the world. An equal number of landmines are stockpiled, waiting to be planted. These landmines remain active for decades and kill thousands of people...
 

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