Monthly Archives: July 2009

Global Warming, 65 Million B.C.

Two New Dinosaurs Discovered in Antarctica John Pickrell for National Geographic News March 9, 2004 Working in some of the planet’s harshest conditions, fossil hunters have found two completely new species of dinosaur in Antarctica. This increases to eight the … Continue reading

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What Happens Beneath Us?

Cave Pharming From: The world is so unkind to pharmaceutical agriculture that some pharmers have gone underground to conduct their Doctor Moreauvian experiments. In an article published a little over two years ago in Wired, we learn that a … Continue reading

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