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Body of evidence: meet the experts working in crime scene forensics

I was in the military before I started in forensics. I was a communications engineer in the army. Someone suggested I look into digital forensics. I
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More And More Americans Are Smoking Pot. What Does That Mean For Their Health?

Pot was made out to be a gateway drug that would ruin your brain and lungs. Pot is no longer taboo. More American adults are using the drug than at
Early Evidence of How Wildfire Smoke Alters Bird Migration
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Early Evidence of How Wildfire Smoke Alters Bird Migration

This story was originally published on High Country News. It is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Four radio-collared Tule geese, four
Michael Holding tells discrimination victims 'now is your time to be heard'
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Michael Holding tells discrimination victims 'now is your time to be heard'

Last update on. From the section Cricket Azeem Rafiq was a Yorkshire player between 2008 and 2014, 2016, and 2018, before he made his allegations in
240,000-year-old 'Child of Darkness' human ancestor discovered in narrow cave passageway
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240,000-year-old 'Child of Darkness' human ancestor discovered in narrow cave passageway

Reconstructed skull of Leti, a young Homo Naledi. This skull was discovered in a small passageway within a South African cave. It is believed to
Earthquakes Can Actually Help Trees to Grow, New Evidence Shows
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Earthquakes Can Actually Help Trees to Grow, New Evidence Shows

The most obvious evidence of an earthquake occurs when you see the changes it has left behind. However, there are other indicators of seismic shifts
Vast patches of glassy rock in Chilean desert likely created by ancient exploding comet
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Vast patches of glassy rock in Chilean desert likely created by ancient exploding comet

A corridor of 75 kilometers in the Atacama Desert, northern Chile, is littered with deposits of dark silicate glass. New research has shown that
NBA pleased with progress in officiating non-basketball moves, sees no evidence of increased physicality
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NBA pleased with progress in officiating non-basketball moves, sees no evidence of increased physicality

Monty McCutchen (the NBA's vice-president of referee training and development) said Tuesday that he was pleased with the league’s progress in
Post-Infection COVID-19 Antibodies Last at Least 10 Months, New Evidence Suggests
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Post-Infection COVID-19 Antibodies Last at Least 10 Months, New Evidence Suggests

As the COVID-19 pandemic approaches its second year, we still don't know much and we still have a lot to learn about the antibodies that we produce
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Saving Us by Katharine Hayhoe review – across the climate crisis divide

Saving Us: A Climate Scientists' Case for Hope and Healing In a Divided Earth is a book about climate change that is not exaggerated. While most of