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  1. Scotland holds key to earliest land walking lifeRead the original story

    Thursday |

    In 2011, self-taught paleontologist the late Stan Wood discovered a series of rare fossils at a location named Willie's Hole near the village of Chirnside in Berwickshire. Wood's fossils belonged to an early group of animals known as tetrapods - the first four-legged vertebrates on Earth.


  2. New fossils illuminate the route that led ultimately to human beingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Economist

    ONE of the most important steps on the journey to Homo sapiens was that made by the first fish to crawl onto dry land. It was both a metaphorical and a literal step, but knowing exactly when it happened is tricky.


  3. Google doodle celebrates determination of speed of light by astronomer Olaus RoemerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 6 | Merinews

    The internet search engine giant, Google, has honored Danish astronomer Olaus Roemer and the 340th anniversary of the measurement of the speed of light as 186,282 miles per second by him. For the first time in 1676, Roemer determined the speed of light by observing the planet Jupiter eclipsing its moon from two places.


  4. 340th anniversary of determination of speed of light: Google Doodle...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 6 |

    Mumbai, Dec 7: What is the speed of light? The answer of this question was discovered 340 years ago, on December 7, 1676. Search engine giant Google marked the 340th anniversary of determination of the speed of light with fascinating Google Doodle.


  5. Mysterious gap in the four-legged fossil record might not be a gap at allRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | Christian Science Monitor

    When vertebrates grew four limbs and adapted to move out of the oceans and onto the land, it was a huge leap in evolution that set up terrestrial life as we know it. But scientists have long been missing data from that crucial period of time - until now.


  6. Tetrapod Triumph! Solving Mystery Of First Land VertebratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | Discover

    Let's talk about Romer's Gap, not to be confused with the Gap of Rohan . Romer's Gap is an intriguing question mark in the fossil record that today loses a little of its mystery.


  7. A Tale of Two Cities at Nottingham's Theatre Royal: ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 23 | Nottingham Evening Post

    It's a dramatic plot right enough. Two men, one morally impeccable, the other a wastrel, are not only lookalikes but love the same woman.


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    Tuesday Nov 22 | The Daily Standard

    County, church and other local officials are on the front line in dealing with mental health issues, an expert said Monday. Partnership for Violence Free Families Executive Director Donna Dickman spoke at Romer's Cater . . .


  9. Bill Belichick Has No Interest in Advance Metric WebsitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 18 | The Big Lead

    Despite my co-worker's belief that Bill Belichick is losing his touch , there's no argument on this point: he's one of the best football coaches to don a hoodie. One can quibble with his methods but the results speak volumes.


  10. Paul Romer Rocks MacroeconomicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 18 | Bloomberg

    Paul Romer says he really hadn't planned to trash macroeconomics as a math-obsessed pseudoscience. Or infuriate countless colleagues.


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    Thursday Nov 17 | The Daily Standard

    Sprint car and NASCAR Trucks Series driver Rico Abreu will be one of the featured guests at the 22nd Evening for Race Fans on Dec. 3 at Romer's in St. Henry. File photo.


  12. Being Honest about Ideological Influence in EconomicsRead the original story

    Oct 26, 2016 | Economist's View

    Being honest about ideological influence in economics : Noah Smith has an article that talks about Paul Romer's recent critique of macroeconomics. ... He says the fundamental problem with macroeconomics is lack of data, which is why disputes seem to take so long to resolve.


  13. PRCA: Bob Romer, July 4, 1945 - Oct. 21, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2016 | Red Bluff Daily News

    COLORADO SPRINGS >>Bob Romer, whose fancy footwork in the arena earned him the nickname “Bull Dancer” and a place among the sport's all-time great bullfighters, died Oct. 21 in Las Cruces, N.M., after heart-valve surgery. He was 71. Romer worked the 1976 National Finals Rodeo, the 1978 Canadian Finals Rodeo and the College National Finals Rodeo from 1977-80 and was widely respected by his peers for his long service at Cheyenne Frontier Days and many other of the sport's biggest events.


  14. If city's leadership doesn't act, we'll lose Denver as we know itRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2016 | Denver Post

    Homeless people remove their belongings as Denver officials oversee a clearing out of homeless camps in the Ballpark neighborhood on March 8. But this was not the windswept plains of eastern Montana. It was Cheesman Park on a Sunday morning in September.


  15. New Opportunity Lab to focus on policy for poverty, inequalityRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2016 | PressReleasePoint

    If anything can save the country from its current political dysfunction, it is "good, policy-oriented research," Christina Romer, a UC Berkeley economist and former chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, said Monday. The remarks came during Romer's keynote address to a gathering at the Bently Reserve, formerly the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, to officially launch UC Berkeley's Opportunity Lab.


  16. A Drop-Out from One Venue Drops in on AnotherRead the original story

    Oct 16, 2016 | Economic Principals

    The Fourth Annual IberoAmerican Seminar on Science, Technology and Innovation Journalism unspooled here last week. Puebla , if you don't know , is the fourth-largest city in Mexico, capital of one of its thirty-two states, situated eighty miles southeast of Mexico City on the colonial road from Vera Cruz, Mexico's Atlantic port, and home to a university with prominent school of journalism.


  17. Economics as literatureRead the original story

    Oct 13, 2016 | Stumbling and Mumbling

    Avner Offer says economics is "more like literature than like physics". This might be seen as high-class trolling.


  18. Drinking Habits' opens this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | The Times Bulletin

    Area residents will have the opportunity to see Off Stage Productions' latest play this weekend when the comical, "Drinking Habits," opens this Saturday and continues on weekends for the next three weeks. "The setting takes place in a small convent and features a small order, 'Sisters of Perpetual Sewing,' a small order consisting of three nuns," commented Dan Bulau, a co-director for the play.


  19. Oops! NYU says sorry for accidentally saying professor won NobelRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | The Day

    To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: The website for New York University's Stern School of Business posted a statement announcing a press conference with Professor Paul Romer, currently on leave as chief economist at the World Bank, for winning the 2016 Nobel Prize in economics. Just one problem: The award won't be announced until Monday.


  20. Have we got economics all wrong?Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2016 | Yahoo!

    What if everything you believed ... was wrong? For me, that would be akin to suddenly deciding Kate Bush has no musical talent. That Stan Magro is not the prince of back pockets.