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9 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Freedom's Martyr: The Story of Aaron Swartz

Every person should fight for what they believe in. Some are forced to, some are called to, and some do it because it is inherently the right thing to do. Aaron Swartz is a hero. Aaron changed the course of information freedom. Had SOPA passed, we would be living in a post-apocalyptic version of the Internet we take for granted. ...

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JUL 28, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Struck At Just The Wrong Time, New Study Suggests

Just before a large asteroid slammed into the Earth 66 million years ago, the diversity of plant-eating dinosaur species declined slightly, a new study suggests. That minor shift may have been enough to doom all dinosaurs when the space rock hit.The scarcity of plant-eaters would have left them more vulnerable to starvation and population collapse after the impact, with consequences ...

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JUL 17, 2014 - ScienceDaily

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Untangling spider's webs: Largest-ever study of spider genetics shows orb weaver spiders do not share common origins

The largest-ever phylogenetic study of spiders shows that, contrary to long-held popular opinion, the two groups of spiders that weave orb-shaped webs do not share a single origin.

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JUL 09, 2014 - Popular Science

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The End Is Nigh For the Guinea Worm

The Guinea Worm. Creepy, but still here... for now. Coastal Courier The guinea worm is one seriously disturbing parasite. When someone ingests its larvae by drinking unfiltered water, the worm reproduces and incubates for months in the person's abdomen, sometimes growing up to three feet long. Eventually it slithers out through an excruciating sore on the person’s leg or foot, but ...

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