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Precisely honed lethal stone tools have been discovered in the Sibudu Cave in South Africa dating back to the Middle Stone Age in the region. Sophisticate... >
Trump moves to review status of America's nature preserves
After moving to unstitch climate change rules, US President Donald Trump Wednesday opened the door to undoing the federally protected status of some of Ame... >
Strange Recall: How Do Golf Balls Get into Hash Browns?
A bizarre and unwanted ingredient is prompting a recall of several frozen hash-brown products: The hash browns may contain pieces of golf balls. On Friday... >
A “Hunger Games”
What qualities make a good astronaut? The Canadian Space Agency has offered the public some answers in an unusual semi-public hiring process. Since last su... >
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Will vertical farming continue to grow, or has it hit the greenhouse ceiling?
As the world's population continues to balloon, the growing need for an advanced form of food production is needed now more than ever. But does a system of vertical farms solve this crisis or create a different set of problems?... >
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Locals stumble across ancient Mayan god monument while clearing debris in Mexico
Locals accidentally uncovered an ancient Mayan artefact while clearing debris on privately-owned land in the Mexican state of Chiapas. The monument, belie... >
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MUTT: Saving military lives and storming beaches
Allison Barrie gives Fox News the inside scoop on how a new piece of military technology could be used to save countless lives... >
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Neanderthals in California? Maybe so, provocative study says
A startling new report asserts that the first known Americans arrived much, much earlier than scientists thought _ more than 100,000 years ago... >
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Baby whales 'whisper' to mothers to avoid predators: study
Newborn humpback whales and their mothers whisper to each other to escape potential predators, scientists reported Wednesday, revealing the existence of a ... >
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Heavy Drinkers May Not Handle Alcohol As Well As They Think
Young adults who are heavy social drinkers may think they have a "tolerance" that lets them drink alcohol without it impairing their coordination, but a ne... >
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Ancient people left a frightening message for us, and scientists just found it
10,000 years from now (assuming humans haven't been wiped out by a plague, space rock, or our own destructive tendencies), it'll probably be fairly... >