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By Brandon Jones On Thursday, March 15th, 2018
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David Barash’s ‘humanzee’ ‘chimphuman’ hybrid breeding is just an attack on Christianity

University of Washington psychology professor emeritus David Barash’s shocking proposal in a new article for Nautilus, “It’s Time to Make Human-Chimp Hybrids,” based on a forthcoming book by Barash from More...

By The Dispatch On Wednesday, March 14th, 2018
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Science Channel’s ‘Deadly Intelligence’ explores untimely and unusual deaths of brilliant scientists, starts April 8

A new Science Channel series explores the suspicious deaths of scientific geniuses to determine if their demises were unfortunate coincidences or if these gifted minds were murdered for knowing too much. DEADLY More...

By Guest Author On Friday, March 9th, 2018
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The Harmful Effects of Collected Beach Trash

As much as trash on land causes great harm, beach trash and marine debris also put many animals and the environment at risk. photo/ H. Hach What is Marine Debris? Any sort of trash (bottles, aluminum cans, plastic More...

By The Dispatch On Tuesday, March 6th, 2018
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Science Channel sets ‘Mysteries of the Abandoned’ season 2 premiere for March 20

A Cold War anti-ballistic missile complex in the desolate plains of North Dakota. A Utopian city in Brazil built by Henry Ford. A prison complex in Cuba that once held Fidel Castro. These and other strange, yet More...

By Guest Author On Tuesday, March 6th, 2018
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Scientists Now Using the ‘Kardashian Index’ to Monitor Social Media Activity

There are a number of indices and units of measure named after people. The Apgar Score, the test for a newborn infant’s health, is named after Dr. Apgar who developed the system. The “Garn” unit is a measure More...

By Guest Author On Monday, March 5th, 2018
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Weather Awareness Is Important for Any Age: Weather Lessons and Safety

Teaching students about the weather around them is a very vital part of any science lesson. It’s important that children are aware of the types of weather they may experience so they can make a plan with parents More...

By Guest Author On Monday, March 5th, 2018
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Clean Up Begins After Massachusetts Nor’easter, State of Emergency Declared

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency over the weekend as coastal towns in the state were hit hard with severe flooding and weather. Effective immediately, the state of emergency went More...

By Brandon Jones On Saturday, March 3rd, 2018
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Horse microchip used in allergy testing may be the next step for human chips

An allergen microchip developed at the Medical University of Vienna can be used to identify allergic sensitivy in horses. This is the main finding of an international study recently published in leading journal More...

By The Dispatch On Thursday, March 1st, 2018
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University of Richmond professors Jory Brinkerhoff and Manuella Meyer received Fulbright awards

University of Richmond biology professor Jory Brinkerhoff and history professor Manuella Meyer have received Fulbright awards to support their research projects. Jory Brinkerhoff, a disease ecologist who studies More...

By The Dispatch On Thursday, March 1st, 2018
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‘The Planets and Beyond’ season 2 with Former NASA Astronaut Mike Massimino premieres to the Science Channel March 20

Former NASA Astronaut Mike Massimino is back to serve as our tour guide through the universe in the new season of THE PLANETS AND BEYOND, debuting Tuesday, March 20th at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Science Channel. Each of More...

By Guest Author On Wednesday, February 21st, 2018
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Trump Nominee For Director at the Council For Environmental Quality Accused of Plagiarizing Her Answers

Ten Democratic Senators are accusing President Trump’s nominee for Managing Director at the Council for Environmental Quality of copying and pasting her answers from other nominees. photo/ Pete Linforth via More...

By Guest Author On Friday, February 16th, 2018
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3 Tips to Engage Young Students in Science Classes

Teaching science and mathematics can prove a tough task for even the most dynamic instructors. And this is especially true with younger students in grade school or high school who may not exhibit much interest in More...

By Guest Author On Wednesday, February 7th, 2018
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The health benefits of exercise

Exercise is one of the most important things that you could do in life if you wish to improve your health. The fact of the matter is that many people take this fact for granted and they do nothing about it. Well, More...

By Butter Bracco On Tuesday, February 6th, 2018
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Oklahoma Central University cancels Ken Ham speech after LGBT group objected

Ken Ham, founder of the popular Creation Museum and Ark Encounter attractions, has been booted from speaking at Oklahoma Central University next month after objections from a campus LGBT group. Back in July, Ham More...

By Brandon Jones On Monday, February 5th, 2018
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Don Cherry attacked for saying ‘cuckaloos’ believe in global warming, Catherine McKenna responds with hysteria

The most outspoken man in sports, iconic Canadian commentator and television personality Don Cherry is once again facing criticism after commenting on global warming, calling believers “cuckaloos.” During More...

By Guest Author On Saturday, January 27th, 2018
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5 Ways to Power Your Home or Office with Eco-friendly Renewable Energy

Using natural resources responsibly is essential for everyone. It is crucial for our present and essential for our future. You would surely do not want to see a world where all energy resources have been consumed. More...

By Brandon Jones On Thursday, January 25th, 2018
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New global warning study backtracks on ‘Catastrophic’ warnings, almost all models have ‘overestimated warming’

A new study published in the journal Nature by top climate scientists points to data contrasting the shocking warnings of underwater cities, extinction of polar bears and Al Gore graphs. The study’s conclusion More...

By Butter Bracco On Sunday, January 21st, 2018
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CNN warns that government shutdown could result in NASA not warning of destructive asteroids hitting the earth

While the debate over the government shutdown continues to be misguided, fueling more immigration talks and none on spending, CNN offered up their own concern: NASA’s asteroid monitoring service. Yes, the More...

By The Dispatch On Thursday, January 18th, 2018
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‘The Riot and the Dance’ brings the ‘wonder’ of creation to the big screen with Dr Gordon Wilson

Moviegoers will soon get the chance to dive deeper into creation, appreciate the wonders of the animal kingdom and discover the world around us on the big screen. “The Riot and the Dance” is a nature and science More...

By The Dispatch On Wednesday, January 17th, 2018
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‘Is Genesis History’ returns to theaters in February for ‘Anniversary Event’

“Is Genesis History?” landed as Fathom Events’ No. 1 event in the inspirational category for 2017, due to the overwhelming fan demand that garnered two encores during its initial run. Now, audiences will More...


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