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Description Not by meteorite alone did the dinosaurs die off. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) research scientist Kyle Samperton and col

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Updated 22 February 2019

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Description Based on new data published today in the journal Science, it seems increasingly likely that an asteroid or comet impact 66 million years ago

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Updated 22 February 2019

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Description Dramatic dried-up river channels over a mile wide and 650 feet deep have been detected on the Red Planet.

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Updated 22 February 2019

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Description Biblical archaeology is generally considered the field that combines archaeology and biblical studies.

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Updated 22 February 2019

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Description What the heck is this weird ancient animal? New fossils have helped scientists figure it out.

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Updated 22 February 2019

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Description New Ardipithecus ramidus fossils reveal how hominids were shifting toward humanlike walking more than 4 million years ago.

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Updated 22 February 2019

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Description The senators and representatives who oppose the Green New Deal have accepted several times more fossil fuel money than its supporters.

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Updated 22 February 2019

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Description But two papers on the timing paint slightly different pictures.

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description Our understanding of dinosaurs is constantly changing. From centuries old views of slow, lumbering, lizards to a modern understanding of nim

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description The gangly predator is helping paleontologists understand how tyrannosaurs came to dominate during the Cretaceous.

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description Newfound tyrannosaur species offers clues about T. rex's family tree.

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description A newly found dinosaur called Moros intrepidus fills a hole in the evolutionary history of tyrannosaurs, helping narrow when the group sized up.

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description Fossil fuel burning is the main contributor to black carbon depositions at the Arctic, thus accelerating Arctic warming - climate change short science news

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description New dating techniques for the Deccan Traps volcanic eruptions disagree on whether they were the main culprit in the dinosaurs’ demise.

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description Twin studies find massive lava flows occurred around the time of a cataclysmic asteroid impact

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description Small dinosaur fills gap in fossil record

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description Moros intrepidus is a distant relative that lived millions of years before the first T. Rex was born, and tells scientists how Tyrannosaurs evolved.

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Updated 21 February 2019

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Description A volunteer working with the NASA-led Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 project has found the oldest and coldest known white dwarf — an Earth-sized

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Updated 20 February 2019

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Description Work at the Welsh quarries dates to around 5,000 years ago.

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Updated 20 February 2019

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Description Remember the Viking warrior who was found to be a woman? Now, researchers are taking a deeper dive into this intriguing person's burial.

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Updated 20 February 2019

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Description Here are the amazing weapons and artifacts found in the grave of the Viking warrior woman.

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Updated 20 February 2019

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Description Finding the Sleepy, Bashful dwarf didn't take a Doc -- just a space-Happy citizen scientist.

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Updated 20 February 2019

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Description Historians offer fresh insights into the life of Roman emperor Nero, the ruler who allegedly fiddled while his empire's capital burned.

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Updated 20 February 2019

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Description A researcher inadvertently discovered the remains of Central America’s oldest marine mammal – a 20-million-year-old tusked sea cow. 

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Updated 20 February 2019

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Description A 'mudlark' scavenging the River Thames for valuables called the police after finding a smashed human skull fragment. Turns out, it's 5,600 years old.

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Updated 19 February 2019

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Description Scientists have discovered the exact location of the quarries where many of Stonehenge's massive stones came from, a new study released Tuesday said.

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Updated 19 February 2019

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Description The story behind a WWII photo of a kiss between strangers is far less romantic than once thought.

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Updated 19 February 2019

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Description Did the Stonehenge megaliths stand in a temporary monument in Wales before they were moved to Salisbury Plain?

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Updated 19 February 2019

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Description Tropical rainforests not a barrier to human world domination

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Updated 19 February 2019

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Description A dinosaur that wore its "heart" on its tail is providing new clues to how ecosystems evolved on the African continent during the Cretaceous

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Updated 18 February 2019

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Description Astronomers have found a river of at least 4000 stars, a stellar stream in astronomical parlance, covering most of the southern sky.

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Updated 18 February 2019

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Description Our species arrived in Europe about 43,000 years ago – and for the following 10,000 years the population remained astonishingly low

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Updated 18 February 2019

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Description Thousands of years ago, an ancient hominin strode through a sand dune, leaving footprints behind. Most of these marks were lost to the ravages of the years, but one was preserved as the sand hardened to stone.

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Updated 18 February 2019

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Description The hardened plaque on teeth is helping scientists trace the history of dairying in Mongolia.

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Updated 17 February 2019

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Description Fossil-hunters in Korea discovered the long-dead spiders, who have reflective eye structures, preserved in rock.

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Updated 17 February 2019

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Description Men will not need the use of their hands and feet. They will press a button and they will have their clothing by their side. They will press another and they will have their newspaper, Gandhi wrote.

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Updated 16 February 2019