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... on track to face some of the most severe consequences of global warming sooner than. Scientists described the quickening rate of carbon dioxide emissions in... freight train” and laying...
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... a rush to take advantage of the widespread deals coming... accounts for about a quarter of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions, and millions of tonnes of garbage wind up...
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... fabricated data from the laboratory of a prominent heart researcher, ... be subjected to the risks of an experiment whose underlying... are injected into the hearts of people with heart...
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... international partners a Center of Excellence, says the U.S... Care along with photos of smiling doctors, a vaccination campaign and staffers holding aloft a gold trophy at......
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... Earth’s oldest fossils, a series of small, cone shaped structures left... in 2016 in the pages of the journal Nature generated... look for herself. In September of 2016 she and...
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... 2016, Canada ranked 17th out of 195 countries, with an average life expectancy of 81.6 years. By 2040, ... study , China is one of several countries where life... with...
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.. Paul G. Allen, who co founded Microsoft with his childhood friend... in conservation, space travel and professional sports, died Monday. He... friends would later drop out of college to pursue...
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The Gulf of St. Lawrence has warmed... new study. Led by the University of Washington and published in Nature... information about the underlying causes of the disappearance of oxygen...
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... ago after 180 million tons of mountain rock fell into... devastating wave that stripped shorelines of trees and reached heights. 600 feet, a large team of scientists documented on...
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... countries that make up half of those fatalities, a study found. The results from one of the most comprehensive analyses of firearm deaths reveal “a... study Tuesday in the...
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A grieving orca was spotted off the coast of Washington state Thursday, carrying her... has astonished and devastated much of the world. Tahlequah, as... Allyson Chiu wrote for The...
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... large part to the suicide of British Columbia bull rider... in January 2017. Tallons bucks off Alberta’s Scott Schiffner during... been with the American Division of PBR since 2011,...
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... more than 200 billion tons of ice into the ocean... millimeter every year, a team of 80 scientists reported Wednesday... If the acceleration continues, some of scientists’ worst fears...
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... their doors for an afternoon of racial sensitivity training. As... “critical” instruction on the problem of “unconscious” bias. Like countless... absolutely everywhere The race version of the implicit association...
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... become accustomed to, the sounds of the sea are fairly simple the whoosh of bubbles as a shark. after a seal, the splash of a breaching dolphin, the British...
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... exhibits give them wild tangles of hair, and Hollywood reduces... ourselves Homo sapiens had lots of sex with Homo neanderthalensis... cent and 4 per cent of the genome in...
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... have responded harshly to threats of terrorism among the largely. Uyghur population. The Chinese government often vaunts the good it is doing in Xinjiang, parts of which now resemble...
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... slashed employee benefits within days of a province wide minimum wage... Ron Joyce Jr. — owners of two Tim Hortons franchises.. Ont., who are the children of the chain’s billionaire...
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... while their cawing constitutes part of a typical day, scientists... one another. Now, a group of researchers at the University of Washington Bothell, north of Seattle, have decided to......
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Possessed of insatiable curiosity, David Waterhouse spent most of his 81 years learning... that engaged him. Scholar and professor, trained pianist and organist, professional bagpipe player and black belt... that...