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Battle For The Net - Please Sign Petition Before Your Voice Is Silenced
Science & Tech  (tags: Battle For The Net, FCC, Net Neutrality, Cable Companies, Costing Tax Payers More, Petition )

Dandelion
- 36 days ago - battleforthenet.com
Cable Companies Are Spending Millions to Gut Net Neutrality and slow your internet to a crawl. We can't let them. Let FCC know where your battle line is drawn.
Just Delete Me - Or - How to Erase Yourself From the Internet
Science & Tech  (tags: Just Delete Me, icon, internet, erase yourself from internet, websites, removal )

Dandelion
- 338 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
JustDelete.me is a page full of links disguised as buttons. Each button represents an online service; anything from LinkedIn to Skype to Wikipedia. Click a button and will take you to the page on that online service that allows you to delete your account
Do Animals Know Who They Are?
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, awareness, humans, Scientific inquiry, sense of self, study )

Kit
- 336 days ago - livescience.com
Do elephants, dolphins, cats, magpies, mice, salmon, ants or bees know who they are? Was Jethro, my late companion dog, a self-conscious being? Do any of these animals have a sense of self?
Jerusalem: King Solomon's Wall Excavated (VIDEO)
Science & Tech  (tags: Biblical archaeology, Jerusalem, King Solomon's wall, King David, excavations, match with bible, discovery )

Beth
- 151 days ago - youtube.com
This is one of the most exciting places on earth, with a half a million visitors a year, people from all over the world come to this place and for the first time understand what they are reading in the Biblical text matches the archaeology in the ground.
Why the Arctic Is Drunk Right Now
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, Arctic, jet stream, climatechange, science, amplitude, environment )

Nancy
- 226 days ago - motherjones.com
As the Arctic rapidly heats up, however, there's less of a temperature difference between the equator and the poles, and the downhill slope in the atmosphere is accordingly less steep. This creates a weaker jet stream, a jet stream that meanders more or-
Voracious Rootworms Evolve, Overcoming Genetically Engineered Corn When Farmers Defied Scientists
Science & Tech  (tags: corn, farming, rootworms, GMOs, evolution )

Freya
- 151 days ago - dailykos.com
'A widespread increase in trait failure maybe just around the corner.' In the new paper, Gassmann describes further incidents of Bt resistance in other parts of Iowa.
Vertical Farms Sprouting Up All Over The World Could Bring Food Local
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, inovation, vertical farms, farming, food production, skygreens )

Beatrice
- 152 days ago - collective-evolution.com
Imagine walking into a high rise building only to find out it was actually a vertical farm. As odd as this sounds, this type of building is popping up in different areas of the world as the idea promises new, environmentally friendly and rapid ways to
Did Scientists Just Solve The Bee Collapse Mystery?
Science & Tech  (tags: Bees, hive collapse, discovery, GeneticEngineering, investigation, research, science )

Kit
- 94 days ago - motherjones.com
What makes the new Harvard study remarkable is that it actually simulated colony collapse disorder.
Eye Tests Might Help ID Alzheimer's, Studies Suggest
Science & Tech  (tags: research, Alzheimer's disease testing, Beta-amyloid plaques, science, discovery, health, study, disease )

Nancy
- 38 days ago - healthyliving.msn.com
In one study, early results from 40 participants who used a certain eye test found a significant association between levels of beta-amyloid plaques in the retina of the eye and levels of the plaques in the brain. Beta-amyloid plaques in the brain are...
Golden Rice: Lifesaver? *You Decide*
Science & Tech  (tags: business, design, food, GMO, GeneticEngineering, health, investigation, NewTechnology, research, society, technology, world )

Kit
- 361 days ago - nytimes.com
[....]the rice is endowed with a gene from corn and another from a bacterium, making it the only variety in existence to produce beta carotene, the source of vitamin A. Its developers call it "Golden Rice."
Python Surprise: What's Inside the Deadly Snakes Could Treat a Major Disease
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, discovery, interesting, humans, research, science, Python, study )

Frans
- 151 days ago - takepart.com
Let's say you've just been swallowed headfirst by a 15-foot-long Burmese python. The good news: Your worries are over. They've been over ever since those awkward getting-acquainted minutes when the snake was hanging on to you with its backward-raked ...
The Biggest Scientific Breakthroughs of 2013
Science & Tech  (tags: interesting, world, discovery, science )

Cal
- 235 days ago - theweek.com
From cloning to potential alien life
Healthy Diet and Exercise Can Reverse Aging in Our Cells
Science & Tech  (tags: aging, diet, exercise, health, investigation, research, science, society, study, technology, telomeres )

Kit
- 338 days ago - blogs.discovermagazine.com
A small pilot study has provided the first evidence that lifestyle changes can lengthen protective regions of our DNA called telomeres.
SOS EPA: IT IS TIME TO STAND UP TO KEYSTONE XL PETITION!!
Science & Tech  (tags: EPA, Keystone XL Pipeline, climate, climate-change, climatechange, environment, energy, destruction, globalwarming, globalwarming, government, healthconditions, humans, pollution, protection, politics, environment, health, humans, interesting, investigatio )

Robert
- 137 days ago - other98.com
Tar Sands Oil from Canada is so carbon-intensive that NASA climate scientist James Hansen has said that extracting all of it would be Game Over" for the climate ― and the KXL pipeline will largely determine whether or not that happens.
Make a Change in FlightSafety
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Demy
- 73 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Millions of Dollars spend to find 'the truth' about a missing plane. I;d rather see that money go to finding the plane itself!! Or making the the skies and planes safer, OR if it does go wrong, make them easier to find!
 

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