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Can Online Petitions Change the World?
Science & Tech  (tags: Online petitions, impact, real or not?, slacktivism )

Sai Krish
- 5 days ago - huffingtonpost.ca
The million-dollar (or perhaps million-signature) questions are: do all those signatures mean people are becoming more socially engaged; and are they actually having an impact?
Male Monkey Cares for Dying Partner
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Study, Nature, Animals, Wildanimals, Monkeys, Care, Partners, Primates )

Ray
- 2 days ago - bbc.co.uk
A wild male marmoset has been seen and filmed embracing and caring for his dying partner. The female monkey accidently fell from a tree in the forests of Brazil and the male comforted her as she lay dying.
This Fish Crawled Out of the Water...and Into Creationists' Nightmares By Chris Mooney
Science & Tech  (tags: Tiktaalik roseae, science, research, evolution, fossil, creationists )

Nancy
- 2 days ago - motherjones.com
Tiktaalik, Shubin has observed, was a fish capable of doing a push-up. It had both lungs and gills. In sum, it's quite the transitional form.
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
- 11 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.
Heartbleed Bug: Public Urged to Reset All Passwords
Science & Tech  (tags: business, computers, discovery, investigation, internet, Passwords, reset )

Kit
- 9 days ago - bbc.com
Several tech firms are urging people to change all their passwords after the discovery of a major security flaw.
American Bald Eagle Makes Comeback Along Pittsburgh's Three Rivers
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, birds, eagles, endangered, news, Pittsburgh, science )

Kayleen
- 16 days ago - foxnews.com
In the 1970s DDT from farms was killing off the eagles, and the species was endangered. Now the iconic bird is making a comeback -- and a live webcam is showing the eaglets hatching, as logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
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
- 25 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 ...
3D Printed Batteries Become A Reality
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, discovery, energy, interesting, investigation, NewTechnology, performance, research, science, study, technology )

Frans
- 24 days ago - industrytap.com
3D printed batteries are the latest addition to the ever growing 3D printing phenomenon, which could potentially make huge strides in communications and the powering of medical devices....
Small Satellite Constellations Help Solve Geospatial and Atmospheric Problems
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, climate, computer, concept, environment, interesting, investigation, NewTechnology, research, science, space, study, technology, world )

Frans
- 20 days ago - industrytap.com
The era of huge multi-million dollar satellites is waning, giving way to an increase in the mass production of low weight satellites. Gone are the days of one-time stints. New satellites will more frequently operate in constellations, collect more ...
World's Largest Aqueducts, Moving Billions Of Gallons Of Water Daily
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, energy, environment, humans, interesting, research, science, technology, world )

Frans
- 20 days ago - industrytap.com
Two of the more interesting tunnels that humans build are transportation tunnels for trains and cars and water aqueducts supplying large cities. The largest existing aqueduct in the world is the Thirlmere Aqueduct in North West England built between...
 
 
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