Last week, research into the connection between fracking and radon, an odorless, colorless, radioactive gas, drew international attention, making headlines in English, German and Italian. The study, published in the scientific journal...Show More Summary
By: Tanya Lewis Published: April 15, 2015 11:22am ET on LiveScience. Being struck by lightning is a rare event, and it can have some equally unusual medical effects. For one 77-year-old woman who survived being hit by an indirect lightning...Show More Summary
Males still necessary, even in asexually reproducing species Despite evolutionary adaptations that have allowed female members of some fish, reptile, and amphibian species to reproduce by cloning themselves, a new study published online recently in The Science of Nature shows that males still play...
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Last June Jim Boeheim said that Syracuse’s 2015 class was “getting another” commit. That player was presumed to be New York center Thomas Bryant who two weeks ago committed to Indiana. Earlier this week the Post Standard published aShow More Summary
Earlier this week, the Israeli Ministry of Health published a report revealing that cancer rates among children in Haifa were higher than in other Israeli regions, likely due to the industrial emissions.
Hollywood megastar Ben Affleck, also known for his support of liberal causes, asked documentary makers to censor their discovery that one of his ancestors owned slaves, according to a leaked email. The message published by WikiLeaks last week is part of a trove of embarrassing emails, film scripts...
Madeleine L’Engle wrote A Wrinkle in Time in 1962, but this week we got a glimpse at pages that weren't included in the published work. In it, Meg has just made a narrow escape from Camazotz. As Meg’s father massages her limbs, which...Show More Summary
This article was originally published in September 2005. Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans? The Big Easy. The Crescent City. N'awlins. Some adore it, some despise it. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans continues to be the testimonial travesty of the United States. With ce...
BOSTON (AP) — Ben Affleck requested that the PBS documentary series "Finding Your Roots" not reveal he had a slave-owning ancestor, according to emails published online by whistleblower site WikiLeaks, and the information never appeared...Show More Summary
Leading Dutch website Voetbal International have published an article over the weekend focusing on the future of PSV starlet Memphis Depay. Saturday was an amazing day for PSV, as they beat Heerenveen 4-1 to win their first Eredivisie title since 2008. The goal of the game belonged to Depay, who cracked home a stunning free-kick in the win. Depay is […]
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BRYN MAYR CLASSICAL REVIEW: C. T. Hadavas, Lucian, On the Death of Peregrinus: An Intermediate Ancient Greek Reader. [Beloit, WI]: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Pp. xxviii, 154. ISBN 9781500303099. $12.95 (pb). Reviewed...Show More Summary