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Official Texas review: "Creation science" should be incorporated into ev...
Reviewers appointed by the Texas State Board of Education are fighting against climate science and evolution in textbooks that will likely b
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BBC - Blogs - Adam Curtis - THE BABY AND THE BAATH WATER
What is happening in Syria feels like one of the last gasps of the age of the military dictators. An old way of running the world is still d
In historic vote, New Zealand bans software patents
Patent claims can't cover computer programs "as such."
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Apples Aren't as Sweet Anymore, and Climate Change is to Blame
Researchers in Japan have found that Fuji apples aren't as sweet or disease resistant anymore, when compared to apples of 1970.
Rare Dune art from Omni reveals Frank Herbert's original vision
One of the many reasons we're excited for the return of Omni magazine is access to their vaults. Just recently, the new owners of the magazi
Incredible 388-Year-Old Bonsai Tree Survived Hiroshima Blast
If trees could talk, this bonsai (known in some circles as Hiroshima Survivor) would have a lot of stories to tell. The 388-year-old Japanes
The surprising ages of the Founding Fathers on July 4, 1776
For the Journal of the American Revolution, Todd Andrlik compiled a list of the ages of the key participants in the Revolutionary