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Harvest Moon Allure Hasn't Waned
Today's full moon, the harvest moon, will flood the twilight sky with natural light just after sunset, providing folks a few extra hours to complete outside chores.
Hemp saves sea from sewage dumps
Hemp crops can be used to mop up troublesome sewage effluent that would otherwise be dumped at sea, say Australian researchers.
Herbicide causes frog sex change
The commonly-used herbicide atrazine has drastic effects on the sexuality of male frogs, a US study has found. The report comes hot on the heels of an investigation into the use of the herbicide in Australia.
Hot debate over earliest vertebrate claim
Scientists are divided over whether a fossil recently discovered in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia is in fact the earliest known ancestor of vertebrates - with one U.S. palaeontologist even betting his firstborn child that it isn't.
How spiders fool the birds and the bees
French researchers have measured the amazing ability of spiders to use camouflage to simultaneously evade predators and ambush prey - despite the fact that predators and prey see things quite differently.
Human body lice reveal the birthdate of fashion
Humans only started wearing clothes as little as 40,000 years ago, according to a new genetic study which has calculated when the human body louse evolved - a creature which needs clothes to lay its eggs on...
 
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