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  1. Be snug and stylish this Christmas jumper day - December 15 - with any one of these festive knitsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    And while, it is only November and Christmas jumper day is a little while off yet you want to get as much wear out of your festive knit as possible . From the fashion-forward to the postively pun-tastic, novelty and geeky, there is a jumper for every mood, groove and person this Crimbo.


  2. A Prominent Art Patron Sets Her Sights on MadridRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The New York Times

    In June 2001, as the great and the good of the international art world convened at the Venice Biennale, Maurizio Cattelan , the Italian contemporary artist , persuaded a group of about 150 of them to fly to a decidedly less glamorous destination: a garbage dump outside Palermo, Sicily , where he had installed a life-size replica of the giant Hollywood sign parked in the Californian hills. The plane was chartered by another Italian: Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, an art collector and patron who hosted a lunch on the Palermo landfill and then flew everyone back to Venice.


  3. Kansas university researchers help uncover ancient asteroidRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson Kansas

    ... for the Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets, or CReSIS. While Paden said the asteroid impact wasn't as cataclysmic as the "dinosaur" asteroid that hit the Yucatan Peninsula some 66 million years ago (that one was 1,000 times more massive), it did leave a ...


  4. In fight over Montana's 'Dueling Dinosaurs,' judges say fossils should be treated like mineralsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Post Register

    A model that recreates the position that two dinosaurs were discovered in is displayed in New York. Two fossilized dinosaur skeletons found on a Montana ranch in 2006 are billed as the Montana Dueling Dinosaurs.


  5. As Trump's Climate Denial Continues, A Global Rebellion SpreadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oil Change

    On his visit to California over the weekend to see the total devastation caused by the wildfires and where just under a thousand people are still unaccounted for , a bumbling President Trump said that he was going to come up with "some solutions to a problem that is a very, very big problem." He added that "we don't really have a choice.


  6. Melting ice on Mars could save us from 'dinosaur' extinction, top physicist warnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fox News

    Humans need to settle on Mars as a "plan B" – or we risk going the way of the dinosaurs. That's the belief of top theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, who said Mars is one of our best hopes of avoiding "extinction".


  7. The equivalence test: A new way for scientists to tackle...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Albany Times Union

    Evangeline Rose, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Kevin E. Omland, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Thomas Mathew, University of Maryland, Baltimore County A paleontologist returns to her lab from a summer dig and sets up a study comparing tooth length in two dinosaur species. She and her team work meticulously to avoid biasing their results.


  8. Kalamazoo Valley Museum Offers Holiday Activities December 26 through January 4Read the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Family performances, planetarium shows, henna demonstrations, science activities, model making workshops, and three floors of hands-on exhibits await holiday visitors to the Kalamazoo Valley Museum December 26 through January 4. Family performances, planetarium shows, henna demonstrations, science activities, model making workshops, and three floors of hands-on exhibits await holiday visitors to the Kalamazoo Valley Museum December 26 through January 4. Families will be entertained and amazed by the variety of free performances available during the winter break. Visit the Theater at noon for storytellers Judy Sima and Rosie Chapman, magician John Dudley, musician Drummunity, and sand painters Ralph and Genevieve Stocker will perform.


  9. New 'Hayes Train Special' will have modern lookThe three-tiered model ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Norwalk Reflector

    When the "Hayes Train Special" opens Nov. 23 at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums, it will feature a new twist on holiday village design around the model trains. The three-tiered model train display has been a Christmas tradition at the library and museums for more than 20 years.


  10. A Universe Made for Us? Statistics and the MultiverseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Psychology Today

    In parts one and two of this continuing four part series, I've been looking at the vexed question of whether the universe was somehow - and by Someone - fine-tuned for us. There may not be a genuine, no-nonsense, unequivocal answer, but there is much to be learned by merging statistics, logic and common sense, especially when it comes to the difference between probabilities before and after an event, and much head-scratching occasioned by the multiverse hypothesis.


  11. First-ever Oregon dinosaur bone found by scientistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Fox News

    The toe bone belonged to a plant-eating, bipedal dinosaur known as an ornithopod and is estimated to date back 103 million years to a geological period that also gave rise to Tyrannosaurus Rex, the university said. "This bone was sitting out there with all the rocks.


  12. Meet the new dinosaur bone hunter at the Science Museum of MinnesotaRead the original story

    Sunday | The Daily Republic

    ... answer is no. Fantastic movie. I absolutely loved it. Great science fiction. The whole premise is being able to get dinosaur DNA from mosquitoes preserved in amber. Big problem with that is the second that dinosaur blood gets into the mosquito's ...


  13. Sperm donor connects with 19 children he fatheredRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2017 | The Press-Enterprise

    Who's your daddy? In the mid 1990's, it could have been Mike Rubino, right, with son Jake Strassberg, 19, and dog Stella at their Los Angeles home. The sperm donor met Jake at age 6 and says they've been "inseparable" ever since.


  14. Crater FaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Air & Space

    It's a good thing our lives are so short. Stick around longer, a million years or so, and we'd learn just how ugly nature can be.


  15. Worth the drive: Fayette's 'Christmas at the Park' returns as regional attractionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Commercial Dispatch

    ... oversee its setup and operation, mentoring and utilizing help from female inmates of the Fayette County Jail. The dinosaur family of four is just one of the features to delight young and old alike. There are angels, skaters, Santa and the elves, ...


  16. Museum of Idaho announces 2019 traveling exhibitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 17 | Post Register

    ... This exhibit is produced by Artisans of Florence International. The exhibit features 13 full and partial casts of dinosaur skeletons as it follows the story of how the discovery of these beasts forced people to wrestle with the concept of extinction ...


  17. The Lost World of Prehistoric ParasitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 17 | Scientific American

    ... form of life. So the next time you see an illustration of a majestic prehistoric creature - be it shark, mammoth, dinosaur, or something else - take a moment and consider the ecosystem of other species that single organism was home to. Discover ...


  18. Because 'Good Planets Are Hard to Find,' Extinction Rebellion Shuts...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 17 | Common Dreams

    Demonstrators on the iconic Westminster Bridge in central London on Saturday, November 17. "We are peacefully standing up for the Earth and for humanity," said Cecelia B of Extinction Rebellion. "People are dancing and singing and making new friends.


  19. Fight over dinosaur fossils comes down to what's a mineralRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 17 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... on top of land vs. the minerals that make it up and addresses a unique question of mineral rights law related to dinosaur fossils that no court in the country has taken up before. His clients own part of a ranch in the Hell Creek Formation of ...


  20. Judges: Dinosaur fossils subject to mineral rights lawsRead the original story

    Friday Nov 16 | KTMF

    The fight over who owns the 66-million-year-old fossils of two dinosaurs that appear to be locked in battle may turn on how a "mineral" is defined. A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a split decision saying the so-called "Dueling Dinosaurs" found on private land near the eastern Montana town of Jordan are "minerals" both scientifically and under mineral rights laws.