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U.S. Nuclear Power Plant Fixes Leak With Masking Tape and Broomsticks
Science & Tech  (tags: nuclear danger, nuclear power plants, video, whistle blower )

Shaheen
- 468 days ago - livinggreenmag.com
An inside source at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) near San Diego, CA gave a local TV station a shocking picture snapped inside the plant.
Solar Eclipse
Science & Tech  (tags: science, humans )

Mm
- 820 days ago - abclocal.go.com
Sadly, We had a Clould here in So. Ca. Different news from Cal.
Largest Crocodile Ever Lived In Africa, Crocodylus Thorbjarnarsoni Fossils Suggest
Science & Tech  (tags: Steve Irwin's crocs, largest, croc species, africa, scientists, investigation, discovery, video )

BarbCat
- 833 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Scientists have announced the discovery of a newfound crocodile species that may have been the largest to ever roam the Earth. The colossal reptiles trolled East African waters between 4 million and 2 million years ago, and may have snacked on human....
GMO Film Project (Untitled)
Science & Tech  (tags: GMO Film, Label It, health, geneticengineering, safety )

Suzy
- 874 days ago - gmofilm.com
Help to promote the making of this film; donate if you can!
BREAKING: One Million Call for GMO Labeling
Science & Tech  (tags: GMO Label It, health, geneticengineering, safety )

Suzy
- 875 days ago - justlabelit.org
See the graph of distribution...and keep the pressure up!
USDA Decides the Current Rush to Rubber-Stamp GMO Foods Is Too Slow! | The Alliance for Natural Health USA
Science & Tech  (tags: Monsanto, Fast-track to approve )

Suzy
- 903 days ago - anh-usa.org
What's wrong with our country? Why can't we stop Monsanto? Some reasons here...
Zebra Stripes May Have Evolved To Deter Bloodsucking Insects
Science & Tech  (tags: zebra, stripes, scientists, research, deter, horseflys, study )

BarbCat
- 923 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Zebra stripes may deter bloodsucking insects, perhaps helping explain why zebras evolved their stripes researchers say. Zebras are best known for their dramatic stripes, but why they evolved remains uncertain.
Science News: If You Were a Spider You Might Self-Castrate, Too
Science & Tech  (tags: science, interesting )

Genoveva
- 927 days ago - globalpost.com
If you had to subject yourself to having sex with female cannibals all the time, you might figure out a sneaky way to self-preserve, too. Which is what spiders have been able to do...
NTSB Recommends Ban on Driver Cell-Phone Use
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, research, safety, law, driving while texting, death, selfish attitudes, stupidity, focus, study, investigation, tech, environment, news )

Cal
- 980 days ago - azcentral.com
States should ban all driver use of cell phones and other portable electronic devices, except in emergencies, the National Transportation Board said
 
 
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