Published since Dec 2009. there are over 6,000 news articles on this site.
New Scientist (online version) January 26th ... an article speculates that Darwin's ideas were only a part of the story of evolution. Darwin's explanation may
Science Daily January 30th ... is the brain of the Hobbit too small is the question being asked. Research from a team at Cambridge and Durham
The Smithsonian Magazine has an interesting article, Uncovering secrets of the Sphinx. It obviously will not satisfy more extreme revisions of history and is open
RIA Novorosti July 26th 2009 ... according to Russian scientists, in Moscow and St Petersburg, the Tunguska event was caused by cometary material that collided with
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
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
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
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
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.
Science Daily July 5th 2007 ... although this is an old story it is never the less interesting. Apparently, wolves in Alaska became extinct at
Daily Galaxy January 25th ... several leading astrophysicists believe there was no Big Bang to bring the universe and time into existence. Instead, they think
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.
Daily Galaxy December 27th 2009 ... in 2005 an Ethiopian volcano erupted and in the process a 35 mile rift in the landscape was created
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
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
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
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
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
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
The Guardian February 4th ... Stonehenge is revealing more secrets. Archaeologists have uncovered evidence of the Great Stonehenge Hedge. Apparently, around 2000BC (a date that