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  1. 'Yes' And 'No' Are Common To Every Language, But They Mean Different ThingsRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Scientific Blogging

    The words 'yes' and 'no' may seem like two of the easiest expressions to understand in any language, but their actual behavior and interpretation are surprisingly difficult to pin down. In a paper published earlier today in the journal Language , two linguists examine the workings of 'yes' and 'no' and show that understanding them leads to new insights concerning the understanding of questions and statements more generally.

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  2. The Uphill Battle Women Have Regarding Like-AbilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | Forbes.com

    I'm a strategist focusing on social media, customer experience and community. I've worked with Intel, Verizon Wireless, Newmark Knight Frank Retail and more.

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  3. Camel fossil discovery in Yukon good as gold for scientistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | Neepawa Press

    Three fossils recovered from a gold mine outside of Dawson City, Yukon, in 2008, are the first Western Camel bones found in the territory and Alaska in decades. They are forcing scientists to redraw the family tree of the now-extinct, ice-age animal, says Grant Zazula, a paleontologist with the territory's Department of Tourism and Culture.

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  4. The Doors 'Feast of Friends' wins award at Atlanta International Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | Examiner.com

    ... Lucas' "THX-1138" during the filming). He had the opportunity to be a judge with Jim Morrison at the Yale at UC Santa Cruz Film Festival in October of 1969. Morrison brought along a copy of "Feast of Friends" and showed it the other judges (besides ...

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  5. Coast Lines, June 22, 2015: Community bike ride in Watsonville SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... Mountains Challenge will offer four new routes on July 25 starting at the Jack Baskin School of Engineering at UC Santa Cruz. Registration is $45 for the 45-mile course and $55 for the 75-mile, 101-mile and 135-mile routes. The University Library at ...

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  6. Men who motherRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Boston.com

    A high profile prison break. A bloody gunfight between police and bikers in Texas.

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  7. Saturn's Moon Titan Has Polar Winds, Just Like EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Live Science

    Saturn's moon Titan was already known to have similarities with Earth: a thick atmosphere, a rocky surface, lakes and rivers. Now, new data show that it also shares a peculiar effect that draws gases out of the atmosphere and into space.

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  8. This giant algae bloom is ruining all the clams, making you cryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Grist Magazine

    ... of the month it had reached "some of the highest concentrations... ever observed" in that area, according to UC Santa Cruz . Similar assessments are being made off the coast in Oregon, according to Michael Milstein of the NOAA Fisheries Fish like ...

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  9. Toxic algae bloom shuts down West Coast fisheriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Bangor Daily News

    ... this year may be contributing to the bloom's size and staying power, said Clarissa Anderson, a researcher with UC Santa Cruz's Institute of Marine Sciences. The blob could be "limiting the natural exchange of waters and not allowing the bloom to be ...

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  10. City Collaborates in SCCS Award of State Water Board Grant for Bay View Elementary Retrofit ProjectRead the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | Santa Cruz City

    The Santa Cruz City School District, in close collaboration with the City of Santa Cruz and the Impact Designs Engineering and Sustainability through Student Service program at UCSC, has been awarded a $486,200 grant from the State Water Resources Control Board through the Drought Response Outreach Programs for Schools .

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  11. Baby Sea Stars vulnerable to wasting diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | KION 46

    ... Cruz. Researchers are hoping this means the sea star population is making a comeback along the Pacific Coast. UC Santa Cruz researchers said wasting syndrome showed up in Santa Cruz in 2013. The disease wiped out a large part of the population. Now ...

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  12. Art-ificial Intelligence? Algorithm Sorts Paintings Like a PersonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Live Science

    From assembly-line work to self-driving cars, computers are taking over many tasks once performed by humans. Artistic jobs, however, have been relatively safe - until now.

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  13. We Spleen: "Sexing Up" Women's SoccerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Ms. Magazine

    Marco Aurelio Cunha, a Brazilian's women soccer official, has a lot to say about the Women's World Cup currently underway in Canada. Brazil has the potential to win the tournament , but Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail recently reported that Brazilian media has shown little coverage of the games so far because Brazilian fans just aren't interested.

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  14. Atherton: The mysterious case of the bones in the bucketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | The Campbell Reporter

    A visitor looking for wood in an overgrown Atherton backyard came across a large bucket filled with human bones and called police on June 9. Sgt. Sherman Hall and other Atherton officers quickly arrived and strung up yellow crime-scene tape while crime lab investigators were on their way, "Then it was called to my attention that there was some writing on the bones," Hall said.

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  15. Home and Garden Digest, June 19, 2015: Gerbera Festival a goRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... or each farm's website, for addresses and more information. The participating farms and organizations are: The UC Santa Cruz Alan Chadwick Garden will be hosting a composting workshop 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, June 27. Led by Orin Martin and ...

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  16. Santa Cruz homeless breakfast protest draws police attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... United for Friendship and Freedom, Camp of Last Resort, Homeless Legal Persons Assistance Project, along with UC Santa Cruz students. Instead, protestors voluntarily moved from the Highway 1 right of way to the sidewalk farther up River Street, ... 6 comments

  17. We Heart: Ruby Rose on Gender FluidityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Ms. Magazine

    If you haven't seen a friend or loved one since June 11, it's probably because they've been in bed binge-watching the new season of Orange Is the New Black Despite the sudden influx of 13 new episodes, it didn't take fans long to pick a new show favorite: Stella Carlin, played by Australian model Ruby Rose . There's been a ton of media attention paid to Rose's sudden stardom: BuzzFeed has seemingly endless listicles devoted to the actor, and The Huffington Post has written about Rose's "universal sex appeal," remarking on how "self-identified straight women" are swooning for the "androgynous" actor.

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  18. Soundwall Announces Teen Rock and Roll Summer CampRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | Guitar World

    Soundwall Rock Music Camp is an overnight rock and roll camp for students ages 12 to 17. It is open to guitar players, bass players, drummers, keyboardists and vocalists.

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  19. Huge Toxic Algal Bloom Shuts Down West Coast FisheriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | ThinkProgress

    Commercial and recreational fisheries up and down the West Coast have been forced to close as a result of a massive toxic algal bloom, which scientists are describing as one of the largest in history. "We have received reports of this particular bloom causing problems as far south as Monterey Bay and we've heard from our colleagues in Homer, Alaska that they're seeing these cells," Vera Trainer, manager of the Marine Biotoxin Program at NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center, told ThinkProgress.

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  20. Saturn's Core Might Be Cloaked in a Neon ShieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Scientific American

    An effort to mimic the conditions of planetary gas-giant interiors in the lab might have solved the mystery of why Saturn is so much hotter than its larger next-door neighbor, Jupiter. Both are pretty similar, as planets go: They are both composed of mostly hydrogen and helium and are roughly the same size.

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