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Something’s Just Not Right

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Be Careful of Getting What You Ask For – Pruitt Out & Andrew Wheeler, the ex-coal lobbyist, Is New EPA Head

Environmental Protection Agency deputy administrator Andrew Wheeler will assume duties as the acting administrator on Monday in the wake of Scott Pruitt’s resignation as agency chief, according to President Donald Trump’s tweet on Thursday. Wheeler, who joined the EPA as … Continue reading

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Israel: Middle East 1st natural history museum looks like Noah’s Ark

TEL AVIV, Israel – When visitors enter the Middle East’s first natural history museum here next week, they’ll spot a dramatic re-creation of the Great Bird Migration, when a half-billion birds make a stopover in Israel’s Hula Valley en route from … Continue reading

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Scientists Share The Terrifying Creatures They Found In 16,000 ft Deep Ocean, And We Almost Wish They Hadn’t

A team of 58 scientists completed a month-long expedition across the abyss off the coast of Australia. It was the first time these ocean depths from 4000 to 6000 meters were explored. The scientists were hoping to discover many new … Continue reading

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Scientists Discover How Microbes Survive Clean Rooms and Contaminate Spacecraft | They Eat The Cleaning Fluid

Despite extensive cleaning procedures, however, molecular genetic analyses show that the clean rooms harbor a diverse collection of microorganisms, or a spacecraft microbiome, that includes bacteria, archaea and fungi, explained Mogul. The Acinetobacter, a genus of bacteria, are among the dominant … Continue reading

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Hawaii volcano generates blue flames from burning methane – Houston Chronicle

HONOLULU (AP) — Blue flames from burning methane are the latest natural phenomena being seen at the eruption of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. Nighttime photos released Wednesday by the U.S. Geological Survey show the flames spouting from cracks in … Continue reading

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Native Americans Dark Past: Peru’s 550 Year Old Child Sacrifice Graveyard

Evidence for the largest single incident of mass child sacrifice in the Americas— and likely in world history—has been discovered on Peru’s northern coast, archaeologists tell National Geographic. More than 140 children and 200 young llamas appear to have been … Continue reading

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