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3000-year-old sawn-off tooth may be the earliest evidence of horse dentistry

Three thousand years ago, a horse in Mongolia had a toothache that was probably making it—and its owner—miserable. So the owner tried to help, by attempting to saw the painful top off the offending in... read more

Highly religious people are less motivated by compassion than are non-believers

"The more religious, on the other hand, may ground their generosity less in emotion ... systematic studies," Saslow said. In the first experiment, researchers analyzed data from a 2004 national survey ... read more

How Ancient Beekeepers Made Israel the Land of (Milk and) Honey: Imported Bees

“but the Israelis may have been doing this as far back as the first millennium BC” [Los Angeles Times]. Why go to all the trouble? The Syrian bees native to Israel are aggressive and uncooperative. Th... read more

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A.M. Links: Ebola Quarantine in Texas, Hong Kong Protestors Attacked, Australia Will Send Troops and Jets to Iraq

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott will send ground troops to Iraq and assist in airstrikes against ISIS forces. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is mulling a presidential run in 2016. The U.S. Court o... read more


Why Adam Bandt and Melbourne are unique

Adam Bandt faces an uphill ... as seems increasingly likely, Bandt would need to improve his vote considerably over the 2010 result to win. Given that polls do not suggest any real increase in Greens ... read more

DNA from Neandertal relative may shake up human family tree

After 2 years of intense effort, paleogeneticist Matthias Meyer of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology has finally sequenced enough nuclear DNA from fossils of a tooth ... may have ... read more

Hi-Tech Archaeology Spots Lost Pyramids From Space, Explores Great Pyramid From Inside

It has sent back photos of red wall markings that have been hidden from view for 4500 years. The robot’s images may also help archaeologists understand the purpose of some mysterious copper door pins, ... read more



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