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  1. Dia de los Muertos coming to Lone PineRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2016 | The Inyo Register

    ... Muertos festival in Lone Pine began during a Chamber of Commerce mixer, when two local artists, Judyth Greenburgh of Darwin and Jeanie Smith of Lone Pine began "kicking around the idea" of putting on a Dia de los Muertos festival in Lone Pine, Diaz ...


  2. Meant2Be: The unlikeliest aphrodisiacRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2016 | The Jewish Journal

    On a Yelp message board, the question "where to flirt" in San Francisco ignited a vigorous debate. Jason D. ranked funerals as the fifth-best flirting hot spot, beating out bars and nightclubs.


  3. Re: Wrong Way - Go BackRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2016 | EETimes

    As you note, education is also key. Most do these things because they lack the education not because they are "stupid".


  4. Have you ever tried to tickle yourself? Herea s why it wasna t funnyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2016 | The Fresno Bee

    ... response, you have to think about why humans are ticklish in the first place. That question has a long history - even Darwin wondered about it. We'll start in 1897, when psychologists G. Stanley Hall and Arthur Allin coined the first technical terms ...


  5. Why Business Leaders Need to 'Tune in' to Their PeopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2016 | Entrepreneur Magazine

    Companies that want to boost profits should try a little empathy, especially now that millennials are beginning to dominate the work place. A message we hear from many of our executive search-firm clients is that they are being called on to focus more than ever before on the empathy and emotional intelligence of candidates.


  6. Antonio Banderas historical drama 'Finding Altamira' is strictly paint-by-numbersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2016 | Los Angeles Times

    Can religion and science co-exist? That's just one of the big-picture questions examined with varying success in "Finding Altamira," a well-mounted if largely prosaic period drama directed by Hugh Hudson . The film, set in late 19th century Spain, is based on the true story of Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola , an archaeologist engulfed by controversy when he and his precocious 8-year-old daughter, Maria , stumble on some remarkable paintings of bison in the cave of Altamira.


  7. Survival of the smallest? Bigger sea species more threatenedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    FILE In this file photo, a 70-foot female blue whale, that officials believe was struck by a ship, is seen washed ashore on the Northern California coast, near Fort Bragg The oceans are turning into a Darwinian topsy-turvy place, where it's survival of the smallest and the bigger a species is, the more prone it is to die off. That's something unheard of in Earth's long history of mass extinctions, a new study finds.


  8. Froma Harrop: Main Street shopping and the internetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2016 | Davis Enterprise

    Wal-Mart is seeing the future, and the future isn't more shoppers driving through stop-and-go traffic to big boxes at the edge of town. It's online shopping.


  9. Cart and Horse - Cause and Effect - Industrial Revolution and Climate ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2016 | NorCalBlogs

    ... A People are animals in a Darwinian sense, but an aberration not living by the rules of nature. In fact, by Darwin's measure they are the most successful. A This nested control requires a single over-arching world government because the impacts of ...


  10. What Hillary Clinton must say in her convention speechRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2016 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    With Thomas Hobbes now firmly in charge of Republican messaging - the world is a dark, Darwinian bloodbath, unless we turn over power to a strong ruler who will protect us - Hillary Clinton has a number of rhetorical and ideological gaps she could fill in Philadelphia. She might, for example, use some self-effacing humor, in contrast to Donald Trump's thin-skinned egotism.


  11. Hiking Hawaii: Mauna Kea's Palila Forest Discovery TrailRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2016 | Via

    Mauna Kea's new Palila Forest Discovery Trail delivers scenic views and a chance to glimpse the elusive palila bird. The dormant volcano Mauna Kea, a giant of the Pacific, harbors a tiny, unheralded treasure on its broad flanks.


  12. Pseudo-News: Anti-Pokemon Backlash Roils City HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2016 | Santa Barbara Independent

    An unlikely if angry coalition of community activists gathered in front of City Hall Friday afternoon, delivering what they termed a "secular fatwah" against the PokA mon Go craze now taking Santa Barbara - not to mention the rest of the world - by storm, and demanded that City Hall take appropriate action. - took issue with a public service advisory issued last week by Santa Barbara Police Sergeant Riley Harwood, warning PokA mon Go aficionados against walking into traffic without looking both ways while in pursuit of "augmented reality" creatures beamed digitally onto their smart phones.


  13. Editorial: If Pokemon gets people walking, we like itRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 14, 2016 | The Daily Democrat

    Hey, kids : We hope you're enjoying that new smartphone game, “Pokemon Go,” along with millions of other people. In fact, we hope you're so engrossed in the game that you are ignoring the stodgy folks who want to spoil your fun.


  14. Robotron: 2084:' Tribute to the greatest video game of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2016 | SFGate

    Robotron co-creators Eugene Jarvis and Larry DeMar are speaking at this weekend's California Extreme classic arcade games show in Santa Clara. A Every once in a while I get an email from a collector in the local arcade game community, letting me know about a "Robotron: 2084" for sale.


  15. Darwinian is goodRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2016 | EETimes

    When you have a driver responsible for the car at least there is some element of Darwinism which over the lomg term will have effect - however with drivereless cars there is no genetic like SW creation and unsuccdesful SW doesn't die when it csuses a crash. Driver of a 1988 Audi Coupe GT with minimal electonics between my control inputs and the car mechanics....oh and it's so much easier and cheaper to service.


  16. OP-ED: Science gap - San Mateo Daily JournalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2016 | San Mateo Daily Journal

    Self-governance is a fragile thing, and highly vulnerable to fear and paranoia. This is when stringent, authoritarian forms of leadership can appear to provide a sense of security.


  17. Susan Haack's critique of Richard Rorty, part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2016 |

    ... fomenting scientific, artistic and political revolutions at the top." For Rorty, synthesizing Dewey's naturalism and Darwin's understanding of the role of natural selection in evolution a role of seeing philosophy merely as solving (social) problems ...


  18. Expert: Retail Industry Becomes More DarwinianRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2016 |

    A region's stability is provided by the diversification of shopping centers, outlets, power centers and neighborhood centers, says a source in this EXCLUSIVE Q&A. Get alerted any time new stories match your search criteria.


  19. Expert: Retail Industry Becomes More DarwinianRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2016 |

    A region's stability is provided by the diversification of shopping centers, outlets, power centers and neighborhood centers, says a source in this EXCLUSIVE Q&A. Get alerted any time new stories match your search criteria.


  20. Terrifying Wind-Powered Beach Creatures Descend on Crissy FieldRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2016 | San Francisco Magazine

    Last week, as dog walkers and joggers crisscrossed Crissy Field, the Dutch artist Theo Jansen chased a buffalo-size contraption as it skittered down the beach on PVC-pipe legs. His Strandbeests - as Jansen's wind-powered kinetic sculptures are known - were on their way to the Exploratorium for an upcoming show, and the artist wanted to let them out for a little jog first.


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