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Swarm Sunday: 7/20/14 - 7/26/14

We’re still moving along fairly slowly this year.  In the past week, I received reports from the following locations:

USA:

Bulterville, AR
Los Angeles, CA… 276 more words

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Swarm Sunday: 7/6/14 - 7/19/14

I didn’t have a chance to post last week, so what you see here represents two weeks of data.  Swarm reports came from the following locations: 431 more words

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Newly Discovered 4-Winged Dinosaur Was Like 'a Big Turkey with a Really Long Tail'

If you thought cockroaches were bad, thank god you didn’t live in the days when four-winged flying reptiles roamed the Earth.

Scientists have discovered fossils in China belonging to a terrifying-looking four-winged dinosaur, the… 190 more words

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Swarm Sunday: 6/22/14 to 7/5/14

I didn’t have a chance to post last week, so what you see here represents two weeks of data.  Swarm reports came from the following locations: 546 more words

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STAP in the Name of Love – The Dangers of Scientific Overreach

Science is constantly evolving. Every day, new phenomena, techniques and ideas are discovered and explored. Scientists live and work in a continually shifting environment, where with the right amount of resources, research and testing, they can investigate any and all possibilities in their field. 840 more words

Rare palaeobios fossil group

Precambrian fossil group with an area of 5.12 square kilometers, exactly 530 million years ago, was discovered in 1984,..

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Swarm Sunday: 6/15/14 to 6/21/14

Another slow week for dragonfly swarms this week.  I received reports from the following locations::

USA:

Panama City, FL
Petersburg, FL
South Pasadena, FL
Walker, MN… 148 more words

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