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California Drought: Farmers Near ''Survival Mode''
For farmers in parched California, it''s water allocation time.
I Can Haz Mozart? Classical Music Purrfect for Cats
Music has a soothing effect on us humans ... but what about cats? A veterinary team from Portugal addressed that burning question.
Gene Discovery Could Prevent Future Potato Famines
Years of searching have unearthed a gene that may prevent potato plants from succumbing to the notorious blight that once devastated Ireland.
Climate Change Could Damage Oceans for Millennia
A new study found that it might take thousands of years for the ocean to recover from climate change.
Being Poor Affects Kids'' Brains: Study
Children raised in poor households have clear differences in the physical structures of their brains compared to wealthier children.
Astronaut''s Identical Twin Pulls a Fast One on NASA
NASA chief Charles Bolden did a double-take when Scott''s brother Mark showed up on launch morning without his usual mustache.
Traces of Ancient Egyptian Beer Vessels Found in Israel
Archaeological evidence suggests that Egyptians were making beer in what is today downtown Tel Aviv, more than 5,000 years ago.
Painted Planet: Mercury''s Surface Darkened by Comet Dust
The dark surface of Mercury may have an unusual origin: a billion-year paint job by passing comets.
Huge Alien Planet Bathes in the Light of Four Suns
Astronomers have spotted a fourth star in a planetary system called 30 Ari, bringing the number of known planet-harboring quadruple-sun systems to 2.
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Environmental watchdogs have a new weapon in the fight against the sewage polluting our rivers: glow-in-the-dark tampons.