Try looking in the monthly archives. November 2014

Most Wanted: Interpol Targets 9 in Environmental Crimes

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Have you seen a man who loaded live giraffes into a Tanzanian military plane for delivery to Qatar? If so …read more

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‘Star-Gazing’ Shrimp Discovered in South Africa

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A shrimp equipped with large, candy-striped eyes to ward off predators has been discovered in South African waters, the University …read more

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Scientists Unlock Secrets of an Alien Magnetic Field

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The strength of an alien world’s magnetic field may have been deduced for the first time by analyzing the winds …read more

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California Sees ‘Abysmal Start’ to Its Water Year

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It’s the time of the year when Californians can expect the most precipitation, but there’s been only light to moderate …read more

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2014 Heads Toward Warmest Year with Three More Records Set

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Even if it’s freezing in your personal universe, Earth as a whole just broke three “warmest” records and 2014 is …read more

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Orion Ready For ‘Historic’ Liftoff

The Orion space capsule will soon blast off for an unmanned test flight. KPRC’s Ryan Korsgard reports. …read more

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Stephen Hawking Touts His Movie and ‘Interstellar’

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World-famous physicist Stephen Hawking took to Facebook this week to share his views about a new film based on his …read more

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Smaller Volcano Blasts Might Slow Global Warming: Study

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Global warming might be even worse were it not for the impact of a rash of smaller volcanic eruptions around …read more

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Were Neanderthals a Separate Species? Yes, By a Nose

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Anatomists say the dimensions of the nasal complex in Neanderthal skulls show that the creatures were a species separate from …read more

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Two New Subatomic Particles Discovered at CERN

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The discovery of two new subatomic particles that had never been seen before could widen our understanding of the universe.<br …read more

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