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Did Huge Volcanic Eruptions Help Kill Off The Dinosaurs? - D-Brief
Animals  (tags: animals, extinction, dinosaurs, research )

- 4 hours ago -
Nearly 66 million years ago, most living things on Earth died. Most researchers agree that the prime culprit was an asteroid that struck MexicoâEUR(TM)s Yucatan Peninsula, leading to the mass extinction that took out most of the dinosaurs.
The Wandering Earth Review: Epic Chinese Sci-Fi Film Heralds a New Era
Society & Culture  (tags: china, movies, science, internet )

- 4 hours ago -
The Wandering Earth, an adaptation of Cixin Liu's story of humans struggling to move Earth to a new home, is coming to Netflix. Our review? Despite a few science bloopers, it's cinematic gold
Purposeful Evolution: Creating An Ethical, Prosperous Future
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, GeneticEngineering, technology, tech, NewTechnology )

- 4 hours ago -
Humans have the unique capacity to purposefully evolve ourselves because we have future consciousness, which is cognitive, motivational, and emotional.
Firefall Lava Looking Waterfall Reappears at Yosemite National Park Video
Offbeat  (tags: environment, interesting, nature, off-beat, unusual, Yosemite National Park )

- 6 hours ago -
Photographers in Yosemite National Park encountered the natural phenomenon known as "firefall" where lava appears to be flowing over a cliff at sunset. "Firefall" is the name for the natural magic trick that creates the illusion at the park
Want a Dream Job on a Greek Island Looking After 55 Cats? - We Love Cats and Kittens
Offbeat  (tags: off-beat, genuine job advert, photos )

- 14 hours ago -
A very special position and living circumstance on offer on a little Greek island called Syros (a small paradise no less!) for a mature and genuinely passionate cat lover who knows how to handle many cats and would love their company!!
The Biggest Blind Spot in Psychology We All Ignore
Science & Tech  (tags: scientific method, psychology, thinking, intelligence, mind )

- 13 hours ago -
Every engineering advance of the past 400 years is the product of a brilliant breakthrough modeling method. Not the scientific method's guess and test process - no, something more practical.
End the War on Wolves!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: wildlife, wolves, predators, endangered species, petitions )

- 12 hours ago -
Gray wolves are finally beginning to recover in the continental U.S. after humans trapped, shot and poisoned them to the brink of extinction. But wolves still have a long way to go before they can be considered "recovered."
Woman Talks On The Importance Of Body Autonomy By Sharing Her Mom's Experience With A Misogynist Doctor
Health & Wellness  (tags: women, reproductive rights, sexism, misogyny )

- 12 hours ago -
Body autonomy is something that men take for granted but when you have people making laws or even doctors standing in your way it is something that women cannot choose to ignore.
The Freakishly Giant âEUR~ArmadillosâEUR(TM) Who Lived Alongside Early Humans
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

- 11 hours ago -
The first fossils of glyptodon were found during the 1830s in South America. While Darwin is credited with recording the first fossil evidence of one subfamily of the species, glyptodontines, the creatureâEUR(TM)s first mention in written account.....
Repeal the Giveaway of a Sacred Native American Site to a Foreign Mining Company
Environment  (tags: mining, First Nations, Native Americans, violations of sacred land, contamination, petitions )

- 23 days ago -
If Congress doesn't immediately act, sacred Native American lands in Arizona that contain culturally and spiritually significant sites could soon be home to a two-mile wide, 1,000-foot deep copper mine.
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