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Ancient Reindeer Hunters Fished Ice Age Lakes
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, archaeology, discovery, history, investigation, interesting, scientists, extinction )

- 536 days ago -
Scientists have unearthed six fishhooks, the oldest of which was made from a 19,000-year-old mammoth tusk. Hunters of ice age reindeer around 12,300 years ago likely left the fishhooks, along with mammal and fish bones, in an open field in what is now Wu
Researchers: Stonehenge Started as Huge Graveyard
Offbeat  (tags: society, world, news, interesting, humans, environment, education, culture, CoolStuff, architecture, design )

- 540 days ago -
LONDON (AP) -- British researchers have proposed a new theory for the origins of Stonehenge: It may have started as a giant burial ground for elite families around 3,000B.C.New studies of cremated human remains excavated from the site suggest that about
Florida Lawmakers Move to Make Texting-While-Driving Illegal GOOD NEWS! !!
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, americans, culture, phone, crime, ethics, humans, safety, law, internet, news, goodnews, internet, computer, safety )

- 540 days ago -
TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Reuters) - Florida is one of just a few states without any type of ban on text messaging while driving, but that could soon change as lawmakers move to slam the brakes on distracted drivers in the fourth-most-populous state."Texting
Walmart Employee Hit With Felony for Snacking on Store Oreos
Offbeat  (tags: environment, ethics, food, funny, business, bizarre, interesting, odd, humans, society, safety, americans, crime )

- 553 days ago -
A Walmart employe in Indiana has been charged with felony theft after she was caught munching Oreos filched from the store's shelves, police said.When confronted by cops with video of the alleged theft, Penny S. Winters, 63, admitted she ate the cookies a
Vote: What Would You Name Squirrelly Mammal Ancestor?
Science & Tech  (tags: protection, humans, wildlife, suffering, endangered, environment, habitat, ethics, goodnews, interesting, discovery, habitat, research, study, ancient, investigation )

- 554 days ago -
What do you name the ancestor of almost all living mammals.According to LiveScience readers, "Ralph" wouldn't be a bad bet.Ralph topped LiveScience's poll results as of Feb. 21, beating out "Protosorex mammaliensis" and "Little Mama," after scientists a
Meet the Rules of the Internet
Science & Tech  (tags: internet, law, interesting, rights, safety, society, sadness, family, children, abuse, culture, freedoms, environment, ethics, computers, interesting, habitat, investigation, news, performance, research, study )

- 560 days ago -
Welcome to the Internet. It's a big place, so let me show you around.You're approaching Oversharing Pass, where residents routinely post too much information. The Facebook Gorge and Twitter Triangle are particularly nefarious time-sucks. Restraint is adv
Healthy Dieting Myths and Facts!!! Slideshow: Busted: Popular Diet Myths
Health & Wellness  (tags: research, risks, safety, interesting, health, healthcare, exercise, diet, Body-Mind-Spirit, investigation )

- 740 days ago -
Nighttime Eating Makes You Fat! Put this diet myth to bed. There's no conclusive proof that late-night meals cause you to put on weight. What we do know is that too many calories cause weight gain, and many night eaters do tend to overeat and choose high
Speak Out Against Republican Extremism in New Hampshire--EMILY'S LIST PLEASE SIGN!
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: lies, usa, ethics, freedoms, WOMEN, dishonesty, government )

- 742 days ago -
The New Hampshire governor's race is likely to be one of the closest in the nation, and the stakes couldn't be higher.The leading Republican candidate, Ovide Lamontagne, has one of the most extreme anti-woman agendas of any statewide candidate in the cou
Keep Fort Matanzas Beach Natural and Wild
Environment  (tags: conservation, ecosystems, CO2emissions, environment, globalwarming, healthconditions, habitatdestruction, protection, pollution, research, science, Sustainabililty, weather, trees, water, wildlife, habitat, nature, oceans, greenhousegases, humans )

- 758 days ago -
Fort Matanzas National Monument in St. Augustine is not just an incredible 18th century fort. This National Park includes remarkable beach habitat on Matanzas inlet and is crucial to nesting, migrating, and wintering shorebirds and seabirds that are iconi
The Daily Essential Kids Aren't Getting Enough Of
Health & Wellness  (tags: interesting, health, healthcare, diet, exercise, safety, risks, research, protection, prevention, nutrition, Body-Mind-Spirit )

- 763 days ago -
Many parents find that they have difficulty convincing their children to consume one of life's most basic essentials: water. Though of course, it's not that kids truly hate water. No thirsty person hates water. It's that kids much prefer drinking juice, s
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