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Is fracking safe? No. Fracking, as currently practiced across the United States, poses serious risks to the health and safety of communities and the environment.

Is fracking safe? Fracking, as currently practiced across the United States, poses serious risks to the health and safety of communities and the environment.

Gobeklitepe The Worlds First Temple

“Everyone and everything has a story to tell”… That’s how the film begins, and appropriately so. What we have here is a magnificent story…

Gobeklitepe The Worlds First Temple

“Everyone and everything has a story to tell”… That’s how the film begins, and appropriately so. What we have here is a magnificent story…

Gobekli Tepe: The World’s First Temple? | History | Smithsonian

Predating Stonehenge by years, Turkey& stunning Gobekli Tepe upends the conventional view of the rise of civilization

Martin Luther King assassinated by US Govt: King Family civil trial verdict Washington's Blog

Martin King assassinated by US Govt: King Family civil trial verdict demands arrests of today’s ongoing complicit criminal liars

Ohi‘a Lehua

Ohi‘a Lehua

Blowing up the Kalama Park reef

Reef dynamiting and seawall building off of Kihei's Kalama Park

Researchers at Harvard have found data setting the origin of ants at 140 to 168 million years ago, making them millions of years older than scientists previous thought.

Harvard and MIT have each pledged to spend thirty million to establish a joint online platform called edX, which will offer lecture videos, class exercises, and quizzes.

Lost City Discovered in the Honduran Rain Forest Archaeologists surveyed and mapped extensive plazas, earthworks, mounds, and an earthen pyramid belonging to a culture that thrived a thousand years ago, and then vanished

Doug Yoder/National Geographic: Exclusive: Lost City Discovered in the Honduran Rain Forest In search for legendary “City of the Monkey God,” explorers find the untouched ruins of a vanished culture.

Dawn of man: Ethiopian jawbone fossil pushes back human origins  A 2.8-million-year-old jawbone fossil with five intact teeth unearthed in an Ethiopian desert is pushing back the dawn of humankind by about half a million years.

Dawn of man: Ethiopian jawbone fossil pushes back human origins A jawbone fossil with five intact teeth unearthed in an Ethiopian desert is pushing back the dawn of humankind by about half a million years.

Stone tool from Oregon archaeological site could point to oldest human presence in western U.S. -- science:   The tool actually was found in 2012 beneath an undisturbed layer of ash from a Mount St. Helens eruption dating to 15,800 years ago.

Stone tool from Oregon archaeological site could point to oldest human presence in western U. -- science: The tool actually was found in 2012 beneath an undisturbed layer of ash from a Mount St. Helens eruption dating to years ago.