Monthly Archives: August 2017

Ancient footprints complicate story of human evolution | ‘Out of Africa’ is Out 

Researchers have found 5.7 million-year-old, human-like footprints in Crete, complicating the story of human evolution. Source: Ancient footprints complicate story of human evolution – UPI.com “The newly discovered “Trachilos” tracks are unmistakably human-like, researchers say. The prints showcase a human-like … Continue reading

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Record-breaking galaxy find sheds light on Electric/Magnetic universe

Astronomers have detected the magnetic field of a galaxy located a whopping 5 billion light-years from Earth. Source: Record-breaking galaxy find sheds light on magnetic universe | Fox News “Nobody knows where cosmic magnetism comes from or how it was … Continue reading

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Watch: Disabled WWII Veteran Stands up to Antifa: ‘I’m a F*****g Patriot’

Watch: Disabled WWII Veteran Stands up to Antifa: ‘I’m a F*****g Patriot’

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Wildfire smoke cancels shows at Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Smoke from nearby forest fires, including the Chetco Bar Fire near Brookings, have forced cancellations on Aug. 22, Aug. 23, Sunday and Tuesday nights at the outdoor Elizabethan Theatre in Ashland. Source: Wildfire smoke cancels shows at Oregon Shakespeare Festival … Continue reading

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Owners must surgically ‘debark’ loud dogs, court rules | Bad Owners & Now The Dogs Pay 

The Oregon Court of Appeals supported a lower court’s order that a pair of Jackson County dog owners must surgically devocalize their dogs after years of bothering the neighbors. Source: Owners must surgically ‘debark’ loud dogs, court rules | OregonLive.com … Continue reading

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Betsy DeVos says yes to Oregon’s plan to carry out ‘Every Student Succeeds Act’ 

Oregon’s plan to evaluate schools’ performance, help those schools it judges to be weak performers and otherwise carry out federal education mandates meets the federal government’s standards, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos told Gov. Kate Brown Wednesday. Source: Betsy … Continue reading

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If You Hate Poverty, You Should Love Capitalism | PragerU

Did you know that since 1970, the percentage of humanity living in extreme poverty has fallen 80 percent? How did that happen? Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, explains. Source: If You Hate Poverty, You Should Love Capitalism … Continue reading

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