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Penn Dixie puts in fossil digging record

Blasdell, N.Y. (WKBW) – Saturday hundreds of dug for gold … historical gold. Penn Dixie hosts over 900 fossil diggers, 924 to be exact. While still unofficial, CEO Phil Phokes says that the total number of diggers almost doubled the previous world record. "It looked like everyone was completely engaged, I saw some really beautiful fossils that were in. Actually, …

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Confirmed by the poles of the moon, says NASA

Ice has been confirmed at the poles of the moon, according to the US Space Agency. NASA said data from its Moon Mineralogy Folders confirmed the discovery. The mapper was transported to the moon by the Indian Space Research Organization's Chandrayaan-1 Spacecraft. The research was published in the negotiations at the National Academy of Sciences in the United States, entitled …

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Einstein Haus in Bern, Switzerland is "relatively" easy to visit

BERN, SWITZERLAND : Time. Space. Seriously. Acceleration. Four simple words, but four complex concepts that were the driving force behind a human perception of the universe. His name was Albert Einstein. Einstein Haus in Bern, Switzerland When Einstein lived in Bern, Switzerland 1903-1905, and worked as a Level III assistant investigator in the Swiss Patent Office, he developed his theory …

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New DNA analysis reveals blue eyes brought to ancient Israel 6,500 years ago by two groups of immigrants

After studying over 600 skeletons found in an Israeli cave, researchers have concluded that immigrants from Turkey and Iran had blue eyes with them for Israel 6.500 years ago. New DNA analysis has shown that Israel was completely transformed 6,500 several years ago, when two different groups of immigrants moved to the region, carry the special mutation that can produce …

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NASA images show nature's fury among fires and storms

From a down-to-earth perspective, burning fires and different storms are terrifying views of nature's power. But from space, through the right (computer-reinforced) eyes, they are all beauty things. On Friday, NASA launched a visualization of the Earth showing aerosols that swirled through our planet's atmosphere on Aug. 23. It was a busy day for Mother Nature, as you can see. …

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Water is on the poles of the moon, says the study

TDRS-M is the third and last spacecraft in a series built by Boeing for NASA. The spacecraft provides S, Ka and Ku band communications services for the International Space Station Hubble Space Telescope and other spacecraft in the Earth's orbit. Credit NAS A team of researchers, led by Shuai Li at the University of Hawaii and Brown University, including Richard …

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Researchers find enzymes that can help create universal blood type – NOVA Next

Editor's Note: This article was originally published in a release of NOVA's newsletter, NOVA Lens, and has now been repurposed for NOVA Next. Register for NOVA Lens here (select "NOVA Newsletters"). During his time during World War II, Dr. Lawrence Bruce Robertson, a Canadian surgeon who pioneered blood transfusion methods, killed three men from blood corpuscles, multiple organ damage and …

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