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Bush: U.S. must cut dependence on Mideast oil., He declared that America is addicted to oil, and U.S. must reduce its dependence on Mideast oil.
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2006-02-01 16:02
 
Spider `is 20 million years old`, A scientist has described a spider that was trapped and preserved in amber 20 million years ago.
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2005-10-01 14:30
 
Wild gorillas seen to use tools, Gorillas have been seen for the first time using simple tools to perform tasks in the wild, researchers say.
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2005-10-01 13:07
 
Puerto Rico town may build UFO site, People in this sleepy hamlet are so sure they have been receiving other-worldly visitors, they want to build a UFO landing strip to welcome them.
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2005-09-28 21:16
 
Pearly armor for warriors?, Many people love pearls for their soft, delicate beauty. But some engineers admire mother-of-pearl-the substance of which pearls are made-for its brute strength. Evolution has designed it over ages to protect soft-bodied creatures such as sea snails.
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2005-09-28 20:35
 
Arctic ice `disappearing quickly`, The area covered by sea ice in the Arctic has shrunk for a fourth consecutive year, according to new data released by scientists.
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2005-09-28 20:23
 
Brightest Galactic Flash Ever Detected Hits Earth, A huge explosion halfway across the galaxy packed so much power it briefly A L T E Red Earth`s upper atmosphere.
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2005-09-28 09:44
 
Bill Would Permit DNA Collection From All Those Arrested, Suspects arrested or detained by federal authorities could be forced to provide samples of their DNA that would be recorded in a central database under a provision of a Senate bill to expand government collection of personal data.
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2005-09-26 11:56
 
Mars `more active than suspected`, New images of Mars suggest the Red Planet`s surface is more active than previously thought, the US space agency (Nasa) reports.
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2005-09-21 08:47
 
The Mechanics Of Foot Travel, Despite having the bones and muscles to perform a variety of gaits, human beings have developed an overwhelming preference for just two: walking and running.
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2005-09-19 01:29
 
Asteroids Caused the Early Inner Solar System Cataclysm, scientists are convinced that evidence at last settles decades-long arguments about what objects bombarded the early inner solar system in a cataclysm 3.9 billion years ago.
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2005-09-17 19:23
 
Hurricanes Are Getting Stronger, Study Says, Warming ocean temperatures appear to be fueling stronger, more intense hurricanes around the world, a new study suggests.
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2005-09-17 00:01
 
Global warming `past the point of no return`, A record loss of sea ice in the Arctic this summer has convinced scientists that the northern hemisphere may have crossed a critical threshold beyond which the climate may never recover.
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2005-09-16 23:46
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