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Michael Adams
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Atlanta-Based Professional UI Developer/Designer (HTML, CSS, PHP, JS, Photoshop)
Atlanta-Based Professional UI Developer/Designer (HTML, CSS, PHP, JS, Photoshop)

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Think like a planet—and reorganize society to reflect it, says Case Western Reserve University’s environmental ethicist Jeremy Bendik-Keymer. That’s a new way of thinking about reversing the tide of climate change. “Don’t obsess over your individual actions: counting carbon emissions, changing light bulbs or even developing new technologies for personal use. The only international cure-all for climate change is societal, born of civic protest against the injustice we are visiting on future children,” Bendik-Keymer says.

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Although I'm not an uber math geek, I can appreciate the curious observation that the main function that describes prime numbers (the Riemann zeta function) also describes natural processes. Carl Sagan would have been delighted. =)

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The peppercorn must flow.
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A bear that wandered into a dorm at the University of Colorado in Boulder falls from a tree after being tranquilized by Colorado wildlife officials.

Photo Credit: Andy Duann / CU Independent via AP
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Listen to an audio recording of what the resonance of a drumbeat within Stonehenge would have sounded like here: Maryhill Stonehenge Resonance

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"We have found an unknown branch of the tree of life that lives in this lake. It is unique! So far we know of no other group of organisms that descend from closer to the roots of the tree of life than this species. It can be used as a telescope into the primordial micro-cosmos," says an enthusiastic associate professor, Kamran Shalchian-Tabrizi, head of the Microbial Evolution Research Group (MERG) at the University of Oslo.

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"When Stuart Chaifetz, a father in Cherry Hill, N.J., was told his autistic son was acting uncharacteristically violent at school, he sent him to class wearing a hidden recording device that caught a teacher on tape bullying students. NBC's Jeff Rossen reports."
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