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Posted:3/6/2006 12:00:00 AM
the U.S. military hopes to use the technology to turn sharks "into stealth spies

Posted: 3/6/2006   Reads: 454   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:3/6/2006 12:00:00 AM
footprints are just one of several archaeological finds indicating that the still-active Vesuvius is capable of far worse eruptions than anything Naples’ disaster planners are currently prepared for

Posted: 3/6/2006   Reads: 473   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:3/6/2006 12:00:00 AM
new research suggests that the decrease in rainfall on the continent is causeing a drastic reduction in river water, the lifeblood for rural populations in Africa and it’s wildlife.

Posted: 3/6/2006   Reads: 489   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:3/6/2006 12:00:00 AM
Rumors of twins have been swirling around a certain heavenly body lately (hint: we’re not talking about Angelina Jolie). Now the truth can be revealed

Posted: 3/6/2006   Reads: 586   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:3/6/2006 12:00:00 AM
scientists have devised a computer that can perform 330 trillion operations per second, more than 100,000 times the speed of the fastest PC. The secret: It runs on DNA

Posted: 3/6/2006   Reads: 442   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:10/4/2005 12:00:00 AM
Researchers have observed and photographed wild gorillas using sticks and stumps to navigate a swampy forest clearing in the Republic of the Congo. The images provide the first documented use of tools among wild gorillas

Posted: 10/4/2005   Reads: 450   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:3/18/2005 12:00:00 AM
The earthquake that triggered the December 26 tsunami has increased stress on nearby faults, making another major South Asian quake more likely

Posted: 3/18/2005   Reads: 489   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:3/3/2005 12:00:00 AM
the little humans seem to have been more intelligent than expected, given their extremely small brains—a finding that may completely change how scientists view human evolution.

Posted: 3/3/2005   Reads: 442   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:3/2/2005 12:00:00 AM
Astronomers have detected an unusual, powerful burst of intermittent radio waves emanating from the direction of the center of our galaxy.

Posted: 3/2/2005   Reads: 435   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:2/24/2005 12:00:00 AM
Last month thousands of large squid mysteriously beached themselves on California shores.It was not the first time such a mass "suicide" has occurred. Observers say it seems to happen every few years.

Posted: 2/24/2005   Reads: 476   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:2/24/2005 12:00:00 AM
A newfound dinosaur species from Argentina suggests that fleet-footed, meat-eating dinosaurs with sickle-like claws on their hind feet roamed both the Southern and Northern Hemispheres through the end of the dinosaur age

Posted: 2/24/2005   Reads: 430   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:2/24/2005 12:00:00 AM
a tsunami? No. It’s a tidal bore.The phenomenon is a wave that forms at the head of the incoming tide in certain rivers or estuaries .racing 30 kilometers an hour heights of up to 30 feet .

Posted: 2/24/2005   Reads: 416   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com


Posted:2/20/2005 12:00:00 AM
In September 2001 a gruesome discovery was made in London’s River Thames. The hideously mutilated torso of a small black boy was found floating through the city

Posted: 2/20/2005   Reads: 486   Submitted By: Lone_Wolf   Source: news.nationalgeographic.com