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What other's say: 'Kayaktavists' and a whole lot of head-shaking

...Arctic as a region to be developed and exploited. David Barber of the University of Manitoba stated in a 2012 Scientific American article that this fact is most particularly evidenced by Shell's bid (as well as the huge amounts of money they...
Grim anniversaries approaching

...Japan, by our Air Force. August 8, 2015 is the 70th anniversary of our nuclear bombing of Nagasaki, Japan. Scientific American reminded me by publishing an article entitled "Remembering the Blast" in this August's issue. Two victims...
Focus on fitness: Getting kids active

...Always consult with your doctor before starting a new exercise routine.According to a February 2011 article in Scientific American "How to Fix the Obesity Crisis" by David H. Freedman, one-third of Americans are obese and another third...
Get a glimpse into the Pleistocene period

...262-0328. KRC biology professor contributes to Scientific American magazine blogRemember the mystery of last fall's...award-winning science journalist Jennifer Frazier in Scientific American's online magazine. She reported that the USDA...
Birch tree sap wells drilled by hungry woodpeckers

...This statement by David P. Mindell, Dean of Science at the California Academy of Science, in an article in Scientific American, caused me to reflect on my own observations of nature and the reasons why I periodically write articles for the...
China's bad air affects Alaska urban area. But your life expectancy in the city is 58 years. It's 72 in the countryside," she said. A Scientific American article published online this week noted that a brown cloud leaving China is visible from space "and takes about...


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