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Plasma and Fractal web sites

12 February 2010 Electromagnetism
www.plasmacosmology.net provides a brief history of the study and recognition of plasma in space - going back to Farady and Maxwell. When Kepler and Newton
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Latest Archaeology news from the horses mouth

12 February 2010 Archaeology
Current Archaeology March 2010. Rising sea levels are not a recent phenomenon it would seem as the seabed off the coast of the Orkney island

Chumash archaeo-astronomy?

12 February 2010 Anthropology
www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1960661,00.html  February 9th ... a tree in California was carved with astronomical signs representing constellations, it is alleged. The scorpion tree, a gnarled oak in
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Roots

11 February 2010 Anthropology
Science News at www.sciencenews.org/view/generic.id/56213 has a story that pops up on other sites and blogs such as http://scienceblogs.com/notrocketscience about people migrating from NE Asia to
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Climate Tidbits

10 February 2010 Climate change
Science Daily January 2nd ... it is now being claimed Swiss glaciers were melting faster than modern times as recently as the 1930s/1940s warming phase.
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Wolves

9 February 2010 Biology
Science Daily July 5th 2007 ... although this is an old story it is never the less interesting. Apparently, wolves in Alaska became extinct at
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Stars

9 February 2010 Astronomy
Daily Galaxy January 25th ... several leading astrophysicists believe there was no Big Bang to bring the universe and time into existence. Instead, they think
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Plant mutations

9 February 2010 Evolution
www.physorg.com January 4th ... the speed of mutations in plants has been monitored for the first time and findings shed light on the evolutionary process.
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The hole in the crust

9 February 2010 Geology
Daily Galaxy December 27th 2009 ... in 2005 an Ethiopian volcano erupted and in the process a 35 mile rift in the landscape was created
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Pleistocene

9 February 2010 Geology
www.physorg.com January 12th ... the Black Mesa basin in Arizona has underground aquifers created by seepage through the overlying geology. The water contains gases that
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Current Archaeology 239 February 2010

9 February 2010 Archaeology
Several items are worth repeating to the wider world. The Clovis culture people are blamed for the extinction of mammoths in North America according to
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Extra-terrestrial geology from several sources

9 February 2010 Geology
http://atlas-conferences.com/c/a/j/i/26.htm claims that cosmic activity has been detected in raised bogs in NW Europe and in Siberia (at Tunguska). These traces appear to correspond to episodes
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Punt

9 February 2010 Archaeology
The Boston Globe (online version), January 11th ... the discovery publicised a couple of years ago of the find in a cave at the mouth of the Wadi Gawasis
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Big Heads

9 February 2010 Evolution
http://discovermagazine.com December 28th 2009 ... the cranial capacity of Boskop skulls found in South Africa in the early 20th century are the subject of this article
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Semi-conductors

9 February 2010 Physics
www.phyorg.com February 5th ... research on semi-conductors caught in the act electrons forming complex patterns, resembling those seen in turbulent fluids. This is said to
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Stonehenge Hedge

9 February 2010 Archaeology
The Guardian February 4th ... Stonehenge is revealing more secrets. Archaeologists have uncovered evidence of the Great Stonehenge Hedge. Apparently, around 2000BC (a date that
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Smoke and Fire

9 February 2010 Biology
Science Daily ... a paper in Journal of Natural Products claims fire and smoke play a significant role in the rebirth and regeneration of forest
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Biological Enigmas

4 February 2010 Biology
Science Daily, November 20th 2009 ... palaeobiological researchers have found evidence that during mass extinction events that punctuate the history of life, open ocean marine
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Evolutionary Enigmas

4 February 2010 Evolution
Rancho La Brea tar pits ... these are found in the heart of Los Angeles and are a rich source of fossils - over 565
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Physics and Cosmology

4 February 2010 Physics
www.physorg.com January 28th ... One goal of the Large Hadron Collider is to find the Higgs boson, the only particle in the standard model that
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