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  METEORITES A RICH SOURCE FOR PRIMORDIAL SOUP
Washington, DCThe organic soup that spawned life on Earth may have gotten generous helpings from outer space, according to a new study. Scientists at the Carnegie Institution have discovered concentrations of amino acids in two meteorites that are more than ten times higher than levels previously measured in other similar meteorites. This result suggests that the early solar system was far richer in the organic building blocks of life than scientists had thought, and that fallout from space may have spiked Earths primordial broth.

  Sandia supercomputers offer new explanation of Tunguska disaster
The stunning amount of forest devastation at Tunguska a century ago in Siberia may have been caused by an asteroid only a fraction as large as previously published estimates, Sandia National Laboratories supercomputer simulations suggest.

  No More Black Holes?
If new calculations are correct, the universe just got even stranger. Scientists at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, have constructed mathematical formulas that conclude black holes cannot exist. The findings--if correct--could revolutionize astrophysics and resolve a paradox that has perplexed physicists for 4 decades.

  HOBBIT WIELDED BIG TOOLS, CLAY MODEL SHOWS.
A clay sculpture of a mature female Hobbit is helping to convince an Australian scientist the small people of Flores could have handled large tools.

  DEVASTATING ANCIENT METEOR IMPACT OFF AUSTRALIA?
A massive dent hidden under the seabed off the north west coast of Australia could be evidence of a meteor impact responsible for the biggest mass extinction in Earth’s history, scientists say.

  SIZING UP THE UNIVERSE
How big is the universe? It is one of the oldest questions in science, and the answer could be anything from "slightly bigger than the area of the universe that we can see" to "infinite".

  EARLY MAN HAD MINING IN MIND
An Israeli research team has caught our ancestors in the act of learning to mine raw materials for tools. The discovery suggests that some cave-dwellers were mining flint 300,000 years ago, while their neighbours were still using whatever stones were lying around.

  HALLEY’S COMET PORTRAYED ON ANCIENT COIN
A rare ancient coin may feature an early record of Halley’s comet, researchers say.

  LOOK FORWARD TO A DARKER WORLD
It’s official: the world is getting darker. Scientists now agree that as cloud cover and particles in the atmosphere increase, the amount of radiation reaching us from the Sun is falling. And although they are nervous about raising the idea, they think the effect may help protect us from global warming.

  DISASTER MOVIE MAKES WAVES
But could the climate crash ’the day after tomorrow’?




 

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