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Cats Smarter Than Dogs? Seems Their Owners Are — Or, at Least More Educated

February 6, 2010
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Ask any cat owner and he (or she) will tell you that the feline is smarter than the canine.  According to a scientific study from University of Bristol (UK) at least the cat owners are more educated than dog owners. Homes with degree-holders were 1.36 times more likely to have a cat than other households. [...]

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Did the Neanderthals Wear Make-Up?

January 9, 2010
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The Neanderthals supposedly existed some 50,000 years ago.  Today a group of British scientists claim to have “persuasive evidence” that the Neanderthals wore what can be called body paint or make-up. The team report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) that shells containing pigment residues were Neanderthal make-up containers. Scientists unearthed the [...]

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Saturn’s Moon, Titan, Has Fluids

January 7, 2010
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Saturn’s moon Titan, the second largest moon in our solar system, has fluids on its surface.  German scientists saw the reflection of infrared waves from Titan conclusively proving that there is a liquid on the surface of Saturn’s moon. Astronomers in Berlin have spotted a gigantic sea of liquid on Saturn’s moon Titan. With an [...]

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Evolution Takes a Step Back in Time

January 7, 2010

  Fossilized footprints have been found in southeastern Poland that moves Darwin’s evolution back by several million years.  It seems that the footprints indicate a four-legged creature, probably resembling a crocodile, rambling around on earth about 397 Million years ago. Of course, the theory of evolution has always indicated that man and land animals came [...]

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Hubble Telescope Takes Us Back in Time

January 6, 2010
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Last August following the repair of the Hubble Telescope by American astronauts in May the space telescope captured images that take us back in time to when the universe was only 600 million to 800 million years old. The galaxies, hot, small, and blue, appear as faint patches of fuzz in the image Hubble took [...]

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