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Experts Worry Recent Rains Give People Reason to Stop Conserving Water

Dec 16, 2014
Experts Worry Recent Rains Give People Reason to Stop Conserving Water

SAN FRANCISCO (AP)- California officials are worried that recent rains will give people an excuse to abandon water-conservation efforts designed to fight the state’s long drought. Weather experts say it’s too early to know if the storms represent the beginning of the end of the dry spell. They pledge to keep promoting conservation. Felicia...

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Did an Anaconda Eat a Man Alive on Discovery Channel?

Dec 7, 2014
Did an Anaconda Eat a Man Alive on Discovery Channel?

(CNN)- Paul Rosolie says he was eaten alive by a giant green anaconda, the largest and most powerful snake in the world. The herpetologist, naturalist and author presented himself as prey to the snake after putting on a special reinforced suit with helmet and devices to measure his vital signs, he says in a...

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Five Ways to Speed Up your Wi-Fi

Dec 6, 2014
Five Ways to Speed Up your Wi-Fi

(CNNMoney) — Tired of slow Wi-Fi? Fear not: Faster Wi-Fi speeds are possible, if you’re willing to work (and pay) for them. The good news is that many broadband companies are doing their part. Many cable providers are now offering lightning-fast Internet speeds. But if your Wi-Fi router isn’t set up correctly, even Google...

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Solutions to HIV examined through graduate work

Nov 22, 2014

Research for making a specific chemical bond to fill a space to prevent HIV from attaching itself to cells was revealed at an HIV seminar in Sequoia Hall at Sacramento State.

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Your Chance of Being Struck by Lightning is Increasing, Says UC Berkeley Study

Nov 14, 2014
Your Chance of Being Struck by Lightning is Increasing, Says UC Berkeley Study

BERKELEY (CNN)- Thanks to climate change, you’ll be more likely to get struck by lightning as the years pass, scientists say. Make that 50% more likely for those who are around at the end of the century. “With warming, thunderstorms become more explosive,” says University of California Berkeley climate scientist David Romps. He and...

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Pictures from a Comet; Philae Probe Sends Back Photos

Nov 13, 2014
Pictures from a Comet; Philae Probe Sends Back Photos

DARMSTADT, Germany (CNN)- Scientists who pulled off a huge achievement in space exploration showed numerous black-and-white images Thursday of where they think the Philae probe landed on a comet 310 million miles from Earth. Many at the European Space Agency have gone without sleep in the last few days, nervously anticipating whether Philae’s difficult...

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Rocket Explosion: What Does it Mean for the Private Space Industry?

Oct 29, 2014
Rocket Explosion: What Does it Mean for the Private Space Industry?

(CNN)- Orbital Sciences, which built the Antares rocket that exploded in a massive fireball Tuesday, described the explosion as a “catastrophic failure.” It certainly looked like it. Will this failure also be a setback for the burgeoning private space industry? The unmanned rocket was carrying a Cygnus cargo spacecraft loaded with more than 5,000...

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Solar Eclipse Visible Thursday Afternoon

Oct 23, 2014
Solar Eclipse Visible Thursday Afternoon

(CNN)- The cosmos will cast an afternoon delight over the country on Thursday with a partial solar eclipse. The moon will clip the sun, making it look like a fingernail as it sets in the west for most of the country and Canada. The show will reach its height at 5:45 p.m. ET, NASA...

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45,000-year-old Bone Suggests Timeline when Humans Mated with Neanderthals

Oct 23, 2014
45,000-year-old Bone Suggests Timeline when Humans Mated with Neanderthals

RUSSIA (CNN)- DNA from a 45,000-year-old leg bone is giving scientists a better idea of when modern humans first started mating with Neanderthals. The thigh bone was found six years ago on the banks of the Irtysh River in Siberia by Nikolai Peristov, a Russian artist who carves jewelry from ancient mammoth tusks, according...

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Giant, Puppy-Sized ‘Goliath Birdeater’ Spider Found in South America

Oct 21, 2014
Giant, Puppy-Sized ‘Goliath Birdeater’ Spider Found in South America

An entomologist was out walking in the Guyana Forest in South America recently when he made a frightening find: a giant spider that was roughly the size of a puppy. The tarantula is known as the South American Goliath Birdeater, according to Piotr Naskrecki, who took the photos. The story went viral after photos...

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