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Baby ‘Sea Monster’ Found Inside Fossil Mother
Finding a creature curled inside the belly of an ancient sea beast might not seem surprising at first. After all, the huge fossil belonged to a water reptile with a ridiculously long neck and a knack for swallowing its prey whole.
But when paleontologists took a closer look, they found that the extra fossil inside its body was no meal: Instead, the giant animal was (click on the image to read the full article).
Scientists have just detected a major change to the Earth’s oceans linked to a warming climate
A large research synthesis, published in one of the world’s most influential scientific journals, has detected a decline in the amount of dissolved oxygen in oceans around the world — a long-predicted result of climate change that could have severe consequences for marine organisms if it continues.
The paper, published Wednesday in the journal Nature by oceanographer Sunke Schmidtko and two colleagues from the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, found a decline of (click on the image to read the full article).
ADHD a 'brain disorder', not just bad behaviour: study
People with ADHD have slightly smaller brains than those without the condition, according to a study released Thursday which insisted it is a physical disorder and not just bad behaviour.
The largest analysis to date of the brains of people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder found “structural differences” and evidence of delayed development compared with non-sufferers, researchers reported.
“The results from our study confirm that (click on the image to read the full article).
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George Washington and the United States Postal Service
It was presumably a cold, wintry February day in the United States capital of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (the capital would not move to DC until 1800) when President George Washington put pen to paper and signed the Postal Service Act of 1792. While a rudimentary colonial mailing service had been around since for nearly a century and a half, this new law changed the mailing game entirely. It gave the United States Postal Service a (click on the image to read the full article).
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Paul Walker Death Lawsuit: Porsche Hid Damaging Evidence, Court Papers Say
A Porsche employee joked that the number of crashes involving the car model that Paul Walker died in would be “great news” for Porsche owners, according to new papers filed in the lawsuit brought by the “Fast & Furious” star’s daughter Meadow.
According to the new papers, one recently revealed email from 2006 noted that “as many as (click on the image to read the full article).
Dwarf planet Ceres boasts organic compounds, raising prospect of life
A NASA spacecraft has detected carbon-based materials, similar to what may have been the building blocks for life on Earth, on the Texas-sized dwarf planet Ceres that orbits between Mars and Jupiter in the main asteroid belt, scientists said on Thursday.
The finding puts Ceres, a rock-and-ice world about 590 miles (950 km) in diameter, on a growing list of places in the solar system of interest to scientists looking (Click on the image to read the full article).
Woolly mammoth on verge of resurrection, scientists reveal
The woolly mammoth vanished from the Earth 4,000 years ago, but now scientists say they are on the brink of resurrecting the ancient beast in a revised form, through an ambitious feat of genetic engineering.
Speaking ahead of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting in Boston this week, the scientist leading the (click on the image to read the full article).
Atlantis Found! Scientists Discover Earth's Hidden Continent, Zealandia
The continent is as big as India or the entire of Europe: its total land area is about five million square kilometers, according to the researchers. Now, for the most part, it is 94 percent submerged underwater, while the islands of New Caledonia and New Zealand’s North and South Islands make up the (click on the image to read the full article).
Immigration Agents Arrest 600 People Across U.S. in One Week
Federal immigration officials arrested more than 600 people across at least 11 states last week, detaining 40 people in the New York City area, law enforcement officials said on Sunday.
It remained unclear whether the actions by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents were part of continuing operations to round up illegal immigrants with (click on the image to read the full article).
When Rosa Parks was robbed, Little Caesars's founder stepped up
DETROIT — When the founder of Little Caesars and owner of the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red Wings died Friday, one story about his good deeds may have been overlooked.
Mike Ilitch reportedly once paid the rent of civil rights activist Rosa Parks when she moved into a (click on the image to read the full article).
Trump asks African-American reporter to set up meeting with black lawmakers
(CNN)President Donald Trump on Thursday asked April Ryan, an African-American reporter and longtime White House correspondent, if she would arrange for him a meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus.
Late in a rollicking and unexpected news conference, Trump took a question from Ryan, who asked (Click on the image to read the full article).
Sears, Kmart join other retailers in dropping Trump-branded items
The list of companies dropping products that carry the Trump name grew this weekend, with two major U.S. retailers announcing that they’re no longer selling Trump Home items online.
Reuters reported Saturday that Sears Holdings and subsidiary Kmart will discontinue online sales of 31 items from the Trump Home collection, which includes lines of living room and bedroom furniture, lamps and chandeliers.
Brian Hanover, a spokesman for Illinois-based Sears Holdings, said the (click on the image to read the full article).
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