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Developer Who Destroyed Pyramid in Peru Goes Free

Lifestyle / Travel : Gadling

Back in July we reported on a developer in Peru who bulldozed a 4,000 year old pyramid. Situated on the site of El Paraíso, a 4,000 year-old settlement pre-Inca near Lima, it's one of the most important archaeological sites in the c...

Researchers investigate impacts of climate change on rare tropical plants

Academics / General Science : Science Codex

Research led by the University of York has found that the impacts of climate change on rare plants in tropical mountains will vary considerably from site to site and from species to species. While some species will react to climate ...

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Accuses Pipeline Workers of ‘Desecrating’ Burial Sites to Stop Protests

Lifestyle / Green Living : Triple Pundit

On Saturday, several hundred protesters streamed over wire fences to stop the desecration of Native American burial sites by an oil company's bulldozers. Not a great way to introduce neighbors to a new multi-state pipeline.

Impacts of climate change on rare tropical plants expected to vary considerably

Academics / General Science : ScienceDaily: Science Society

New research has found that the impacts of climate change on rare plants in tropical mountains will vary considerably from site to site and from species to species.

Jennifer Rubin: Morning Bits

US Politics / Conservative : Right Turn

Thanks, Joe. “Newt Gingrich Bulldozes Democratic Libya Spin on CBS.” Thanks, Joe. “?‘This administration is caught in a lot of different explanations,’ said [David] Gregory. ‘The buck stops with the White House and the president on ...

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