Friday, February 20, 2009

NASA Predicts RVF Outbreak & Sighting of the "Nabau" and More For Friday, February 20, 2009

Most Wars Occur In Earth's Richest Biological Regions

New Monitoring Stations Detect 'Silent Earthquakes' In Costa Rica

Bolivian Andes glaciers at risk

Retreat of Glaciers Since 1850

Permafrost Is Thawing In Northern Sweden

Coastal Wetlands In Eastern U.S. Disappearing

Half Of Oil In Ocean Bubbles Up Naturally

100-Foot 'Borneo Monster' Said Photographed;_ylt=AjhSv7l8kNulWwY14_LktPUPLBIF

Link to Photo of the “Nabau”

Origin of Life On Earth: Scientists Unlock Mystery Of Molecular Machine

Crew cuts ice for dolphins but bid may have backfired: expert

Baby meerkats make their debut

Suricata suricatta

How Fat or Fit Were Dinosaurs? Scientists Use Laser Imaging

Shark Attacks Decline Worldwide In Midst Of Economic Recession

Mexico's Monarch Butterflies Under Threat

Danaus plexippus

Japanese Corals Change Sexes On Sea Floor

Scientists find genes to protect wheat from rust

Puccinia triticina

Indoor Plants Can Reduce Formaldehyde Levels


Detecting Disease In Greenhouse Plants

Soybean Product Fights Abnormal Protein Involved In Alzheimer’s Disease

Single-celled Algae Took The Leap To Multicellularity 200 Million Years Ago

Billions Of Years Ago, Microbes Were Key In Developing Modern Nitrogen Cycle

FDA: Psoriasis drug could cause deadly brain infection

FDA OK's implant to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder

Meningitis Bacteria Dress Up As Human Cells To Evade Our Immune System

Food poisoning strikes 1 in 4 Americans a year

High-fat Diets Inflame Fat Tissue Around Blood Vessels, Contribute To Heart Disease

Commonly Available Drug Found To Treat Opioid Addiction


Chewing Gum Helps Treat Hyperphosphatemia In Kidney Disease Patients

Hidden Phosphorus Food Additives Dangerous To Kidney Disease Patients

Bacteria In Urinary Tract Infections Caught Making Burglar's Tools

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