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New Study Helps Sort Out Easter Island Mystery and What Happened to the People
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, climate, discovery, habitat, health, history, humans, interesting, news, research, science, scientists, world )

Caree
- 1 day ago - scienceblog.com
Long before the Europeans arrived on Easter Island in 1722, the native Polynesian culture known as Rapa Nui showed signs of demographic decline. However, the catalyst has long been debated in the scientific community. Was environmental degradation the...
Gulp, Matey: Medical Equipment From Wreckage of Blackbeard's Ship Not for Faint of Heart
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, world, scientists, humans, medicine, technology, safety, news, history, ancient )

Carrie
- 1 day ago - rawstory.com
Archaeologists working on the wreckage of the pirate Blackbeard's ship, the Queen Anne's Revenge, have unearthed medical equipment that demonstrates just how unhealthy the life of an 18th Century pirate could be, Live Science reports.
Horseshoe Crab Blood Harvesting Practices Questioned By Researchers
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, Sustainabililty, oceans, healthconditions, medicine, drugs, environment, ethics, killing )

Wade
- 4 days ago - natureworldnews.com
Horseshoe crab blood has the unique property of being able to sterilize a class of endotoxins. The crabs are very heavily bled - about 30 percent or more of their blood is taken. "Approximately 20 to 30 percent of those crabs do not survive" Thoghts?
Uncovering the Long-Hidden Secrets of Stonehenge
Science & Tech  (tags: cbs, Sunday Morning, mysterious, stonehenge mystery, secrets, hidden landscape project, protection, concept design, research, internet, investigation, discovery, scientists, environment, humans, history, NewTechnology, text, video )

Barb
- 4 days ago - cbsnews.com
At Stonehenge, it's always been about the Sun. For more than 4,000 years, the monument has stood like a giant sundial, marking the longest day of the year, and the shortest -- taking aim at the Sun like a giant stone gunsight.
Barren Deserts Host Complex Ecosystems
Science & Tech  (tags: Arizona State University, deserts, discovery, environment, interesting, Moab Desert, news, research, science, Utah, world )

Kayleen
- 9 days ago - foxnews.com
Bacteria, algae, fungi and lichens and plants like mosses and liverworts, create biological soil crusts in arid environments. This discovery helps us gauge the habitability of other planets, as logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
At 90, She's Designing Tech For Aging Boomers (TEXT and AUDIO)
Science & Tech  (tags: Humans, IDEO, tech designer, Barbara Beskind, Baby Boomers, technology, design, concept, society, news )

Carrie
- 10 days ago - npr.org
In Silicon Valley's youth-obsessed culture, 40-year-olds get plastic surgery to fit in. But IDEO, the firm that famously developed the first mouse for Apple, has a 90-year-old designer on staff. Barbara Beskind says her age is an advantage.
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary in April, Hubble Has Revisited the Famous ""Pillars of Creation"
Science & Tech  (tags: Eagle Nebula, Pillars of Creation, hubble, science, interesting, discovery, astronomy, scientists, research, technology, world, nasa, history, ancient, Gizmos )

Roxy
- 14 days ago - nasa.gov
The jaw-dropping photo, taken in 1995, revealed never-before-seen details of three giant columns of cold gas bathed in the scorching ultraviolet light from a cluster of young, massive stars in a small region of the Eagle Nebula, or M16
Facing Difficulties: Why People With Bipolar Disorder Don't Always See How You Feel
Science & Tech  (tags: Bi-polar, health, humans, investigation, medicine, mental health, research, science, study )

Ben
- 17 days ago - smh.com.au
People with bipolar disorder often experience amplified emotions, and consequently struggle in their inter-personal relations. ..New Melbourne-based research, however, has found sufferers have reduced ability to recognise emotions in other people's faces.
Experts Surprised, Delighted By Baby California Condor (+Video)
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, Big Sur, California, condors, discovery, endangered, environment, good news, habitat destruction, interesting, lead poisoning, news, poaching, science, Ventana Wildlife Society, wildlife )

Kayleen
- 17 days ago - csmonitor.com
A pair of California condors have produced a baby, surprising wildlife experts who stated the endangered raptors managed to secretly mate outside their careful monitoring. This discovery is logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
 
 
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