Monthly Archives: September 2010

View of Machu Picchu in 1911¬†Pictures – CBS News

View of Machu Picchu in 1911 Pictures – CBS Newsphotos

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Glowing panes: Brian Clarke’s stained-glass windows have earned him global recognition and the papal

Glowing panes: Brian Clarke’s stained-glass windows have earned him global recognition and the papal thumbs-up – Features, Art – The Independent

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Back from the dead: One third of ‘extinct’ animals turn up again

By DAVID DERBYSHIRE ENVIRONMENT EDITORLast updated at 9:10 AM on 29th September 2010 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1315964/One-extinct-animals-turn-again.html#ixzz10usvnVtOConservationists are overestimating the number of species that have been driven to extinction, scientists have said. A study has found that a third of all mammal species … Continue reading

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The Heat Wave that Changed American History

The Heat Wave that Changed American History By Edward P. Kohn Edward P. Kohn is Assistant Professor of American History at Bilkent University. His latest book, on the 1896 New York heat wave, is entitled “Hot Time in the Old … Continue reading

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Confession of a Buddhist Atheist ¬ę Bodhi Thunder

By Grant Lawrence Bodhi Thunder Buddhism is different from nearly any other religion in that it doesn’t require a belief in God. Many Buddhists do believe in God. But the Buddha never answered the question on whether there was a … Continue reading

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Associated Press News

Associated Press News

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