Daily Archives: May 1, 2013

In Zenith…

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Author: Soren Dreier

We might have been told, that we will cast a shadow when rays of light shine upon us. That light can be the truth, as we individually perceive it. That light can be the Celestial light, lighting up the dark corner of our souls and we feel like children of a greater force....

Concern Over H7N9 Bird Flu Outbreak – Killing a Fifth of All Those it Infects

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Author: Sarah Boseley

Scientists are seriously concerned about a new bird flu virus that is causing severe disease in China, killing a fifth of all those it infects. So far, the virus, known as H7N9, is being transmitted only to humans from chickens, but there are worries that it could mutate into a form that could...

Tiny Alien-Looking Skeleton Poses Medical Mystery

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Author: Jeanna Bryner

A teensy skeleton with a squashed alienlike head may have earthly origins, but the remains, found in the Atacama Desert a decade ago, do make for quite amedical mystery. Apparently when the mummified specimen was discovered, some had suggested the possibility it was an alien that had somehow landed on Earth, though the...

Obama Hints at Potential Military Action in Syria

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Author: Julie Pace

President Barack Obama signaled Tuesday he would consider U.S. military action against Syria if "hard, effective evidence" is found to bolster intelligence that chemical weapons have been used in the 2-year-old civil war. But Obama made clear he would prefer to have the backing of the international community before escalating...

Sierra Nevada Lake Contains Atmospheric Contamination from Bronze Age

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Author: Peter Suciu

The Roman Republic and the subsequent Roman Empire helped spread language, culture and learning across Europe, northern Africa and into parts of the Middle East. At the same time, it did so through conquest and subjugation, subsequently enslaving millions. It is thus remembered for its triumphs and its barbarity. Its...

Hurricane Sandy Dumped 11bn Gallons of Raw Sewage in Eastern US Waterways

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Author: Suzanne Goldenberg

Hurricane Sandy dumped about 11bn gallons of raw and untreated sewage into waterways from Washington DC to Connecticut, the science journalism group Climate Central said on Tuesday. That's or enough human waste to cover New York's Central Park in 41ft of sewage, or fill 17,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools, scientists told a conference call with reporters....

Holy Basil Found to Remove Fluoride from Water & Support Pineal Gland Health

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A plant called Tulsi, or Holy Basil, which grows all over India might just be another answer to defluoridating water in poor countries all over the world. Research scientists at Rajasthan University have discovered that Tulsi can replace some of the more expensive alternatives to fluoride removal. The process is...