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DNA confirms identity of bacteria behind London's Great Plague in the 17th Century

It wiped out nearly a quarter of London's population and was one of the triggers for the scientific renaissance that swept England in the 17th Century. Now the bacteria ... though tto have arrived in ... read more

Arctic Sea Ice Is at Near Record Lows, NASA Says

The ice covering the Arctic is at near record lows this year, and this icy deficit may impact weather around the world, NASA reports. Every March, the Arctic's sea ice reaches its maximum cover, both ... read more

Seymour fined $7,500 for pulling Clady’s hair

After Clady was tripped up by a body splayed behind him, Seymour reached down and yanked on the long hair dangling beneath Clady’s helmet. read more

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What's the Worst Movie You've Ever Seen?

is another one I saw, years ago, when it first came out. It was just about the most boring thing I have ever seen, on TV or the screen. was that it takes place in the eighteenth century ... since he w... read more

Could malaria be wiped out by GM mosquitoes? Scientists find a way to kill off disease-carrying female of the species

But Imperial College London researchers looked to genetics to disrupt the breeding of mosquitoes so fewer females are produced, which should see mosquitoes die out within a few generations ... this el... read more

Government goes cold on global warming

Except, rather than fiddle the figures, the Bureau merely followed a standard and well regarded practice of homogenising the raw data that "is carried out by meteorological ... but it also came after ... read more

Cuccinelli warms to his task of climate change denial

As I’ve pointed out before, Cuccinelli is attacking Michael Mann despite Mann repeatedly being cleared of all wrongdoing ... but it’s also bad money long, long after good. Tip o’ the thermometer to Ni... read more

Lessons from Sweden in sustainable business

Often, the level of information provided by companies is criticised for being inadequate. But my recent research into ... and time frames for achieving a sustainable goal are simply left out, leaving ... read more

Global warming is urgent crisis

Further, if we continue on our present course there is a real threat that global warming will run away out of control causing complete and unimaginable catastrophes. For these reasons (and there are m... read more

From Carbrook to Naples

From Carbrook to Naples ... and the lovely 18th Century mill close to the town centre through which the ... on the legitimate grounds that I had spent much of it helping two uncles and aunts to get th... read more

Stories for July 2015

posted: 07/31/2015 11:19 a.m. LONDON — An experimental ... posted: 07/31/2015 3:37 a.m. The 18th in a series profiling newcomers on the 2015 Arkansas football roster. posted: 07/31/2015 3:35 a.m. Arka... read more

Ten things you don't know about the Earth

Of course, that’s assuming the tolerance for being out-of-round ... so even after 4.55 billion years, the Earth’s interior is still an unpleasantly warm place to be. Incidentally, the amount of heat f... read more

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