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Can This Dog?

Shelters Struggle With Tests –

Bacon, a cream-colored retriever combination, took a behaviour test lately at an animal protector. He flunked. Bacon looked prepared for adoption. However, since he gulped food down, Dr. Sara Bennett, a veterinary behaviorist, stuck an imitation plastic hands attached to a rod to his bowl and then tugged it off.Read More

F.D.A. Delays Rules Which Could Have Restricted E-Cigarettes on Economy –

Electronic-cigarette manufacturers won a significant reprieve on Friday if the Food and Drug Administration postponed regulations which might have eliminated most of their goods in the marketplace and opened the doorway into animate e-cigarettes as a way to get smokers to stop. Even the F.D.A. commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, declaredRead More

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How Much Can California Maybe Proceed Climate?

Within the last ten years, California has already passed a sweeping collection of climate legislation to check a controversial concept: that it is possible to reduce greenhouse gas emissions beyond what every other nation has done and enjoy strong economic expansion. That concept faces its greatest test yet. The StateRead More

California Strategies to Move Far Beyond Any State –

Within the last ten years, California has already passed a sweeping collection of climate legislation to check a controversial concept: that it is likely to cut back greenhouse gas emissions beyond what every other nation has done and enjoy strong economic development. That concept faces its greatest test yet. TheRead More

A Stop for a Birds – Video – NYTimes.com

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What We Got Around to Learning in the Procrastination Research Conference –

CHICAGO — The shuttle driver got lost on the road into the 10th Procrastination Research Conference, threatening to violate the schedule. Nevertheless by 9:20 a.m. last Thursdaythat the 60 or so attendees had finished check DePaul University, welcome comments as well as the very first of dozens of demonstrations. AsRead More

An Experiment in Zurich Brings Us Nearer to the Mysteries of a Black Hole –

The equations which explain the world in the lowest and largest scales — just how the tiniest basic particles dancing, the way the space-time of this cosmos bends — called a small incongruity, a very small unbalancing in the amounts of particles under certain conditions. However, physicists have yet toRead More

A Tripped, Discovered and Fell a Fossil –

Jude Sparks was just 9 years older when he left an impressive paleontological discovery. While out for a walk with his family at Las Cruces, N.M., in November, Jude was running to conceal from his younger brothers after he tripped and dropped. He also found himself face to face withRead More

Where Does the U.S. Have an Infrastructure Problem?

Antarctica –

McMURDO STATION, Antarctica — The American research station on the border of the frozen continent might resemble a mining camp in the jungle, but it’s in fact one of the glories of sciencefiction. In McMurdo Station, black dust stems off unpaved streets, sticking with buildings and trucks. Folks wear 20Read More