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Earth's Romantic Past

Let’s mix up some ‘Cenozoic’ for a little adventure. Making fossils is not only fun but also a creative way for kids to learn about paleontology. 1,010 more words


Award in New Scientist Magazine competition - film to come

, April 30 issue, page 43]: “We asked you to send us science-fiction scenarios that you’d like to see on the big screen. Now six of your ideas have inspired this year’s entrants to the Sci-Fi London film festival’s 48-hour challenge, which tasks teams to devise an original short film, from concept to shooting, editing, and delivery, in the space of a weekend.” 160 more words


Will biggest danger from global warming be the change in diets? | New Scientist

A report claims that eating less fruit and vegetables could have the biggest health impact of climate change in the short term. Here’s the lowdown… 356 more words


On the mystery of "our deeply strange existence" from scientist David Eagleman

We are living in an era where humans seem to need the strong seasoning of certainty even more than ever. Militant atheism seems hell bent (pardon the expression, a tad inappropriate in this context, eh what?!) on ramming down our collective throats their conviction that religion is pernicious rubbish. 246 more words

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