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Curlers Sweep into the Bay Area for Holiday Weekend Competition
The 2016 Golden Gate Bonspiel kicks off today, with a solution pending for a major controversy in the sport.
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+Jess Guy this is relevant to your interests.
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It’s Not Your Parents’ Solar System Anymore
In the past decade our understanding of the solar system has exploded as never before. This "springtime" of discovery is powered both by advancements in technology and a broader field of players participating in space exploration.
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Deep Sea Explorers Discover a Sponge The Size Of a Minivan
The deep-sea researchers were surveying an ocean ridge near Hawaii. "Where did this guy come from? Holy cow!" said one researcher when he saw the huge sponge. They say it's the largest ever recorded.
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Demand Plummets for California ‘Cap and Trade’ Pollution Credits
Weakness in market meant to offset greenhouse gas emissions could have impact on state budget.
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It's funny how against all common sense, they still aren't legalizing Cannabis, multi-billion dollar revenues for the state...but your Stuck in the Rhetorical Past....serves you right! Still fracking on fault-lines or injecting waste water...meanwhile the Franchise tax Board "God" in Cali...is chasing and hounding the Poor people for Money they don't have and yet they call them criminals?...who is the Criminal Really????? For as progressive as the state claims to be its mindset is still 100 years old...when the Governor needs to be PUSHED into common sense when it comes to fracking, he decides to see if his Ranch has mineral deposits?...and tel me again where the money for the high speed rail is coming from???? I'm sorry but did My mindful attention to detail Baffle you Jerry?...
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Congress Set to Pass New Regulations on Environmental Toxins
Congress is set to pass the first new regulations on toxic chemicals in 40 years. The law means that some 64,000 chemicals, many of them ingredients in household products, will be tested for the first time. The new federal regulations could also override stronger state laws, which has led some environmental groups to oppose the new legislation. We'll discuss the proposal and what it could mean for California.
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+Morgan G. Ames You want to clean easily with no harmful carcinogens, use water.
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Were Those Insects in Concord ‘Killer Bees’ — or Just Really Mad?
DNA testing suggests that the bees were not the fierce hybrid variety that many fear. But some who saw the bees in action are not convinced.
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Do People Drive Less on Spare the Air Days?
As part of our series, Bay Curious, we are answering questions from KQED listeners and readers. On some warm summer days, Bay Area resident Sprague Terplan w
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The Future of Our Urban Water Supply
The drought has spurred a longer-term initiative to rethink the future of California’s urban water systems. In the first of a two-part interview, Water Deeply talks with urban water expert David Sedlak, a professor at UC Berkeley.
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NASA’s Attempt to Inflate Its Expandable Space Module Fizzles
The module known as BEAM can be folded so it takes up less room in a cargo rocket, and then expanded once it reaches space. Or at least that's the hope.
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This idea seemed to me to be a waste of money in the first place - and now it doesn't even work. Why does NASA do such things?
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14 Books That Connect Students with Valuable Scientists’ Struggles
A study found that students who read about famous scientists' personal and intellectual struggles do better in their science classes. Librarians helped us put together a list of books that detail some of those struggles.
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Climate Change Is the National Parks’ Biggest Challenge
How the National Parks Service responds to climate change today will shape the next century for its parks.
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Acidifying Waters Put Dungeness Crabs at Risk
New research shows acidification caused by carbon dioxide kills and stunts baby Dungeness crabs.
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One more reason that the upper class peoples in business class need to stop ignoring their effects on the planet.. Their sea food is in geopardy lol as if over fishing wasn't enough... 
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