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Tropical Storm Agatha expected to become hurricane over Eastern Pacific

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A tropical depression in the Eastern Pacific Ocean formed into Tropical Storm Agatha on Saturday, becoming the first named storm of the 2022 East Pacific hurricane season. At 7 am CDT, it was located about 220 miles southwest of Puerto Angel, Mexico, and moving toward the west …

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Seven Simple Habits Linked to Lower Risk of Dementia – Even in Those With High Genetic Risk

Seven Simple Habits Linked to Lower Risk of Dementia – Even in Those With High Genetic Risk According to a new study, seven healthy habits and lifestyle factors may play a role in lowering the risk of dementia in people with the highest genetic risk for the disease. Seven healthy habits and lifestyle factors may …

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Jurassic World Evolution 2 Dominion Biosyn Expansion Announced

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Dominion Biosyn Expansion Announced News Frontier Developments announced a new large-scale expansion for its dinosaur management game Jurassic World Evolution 2. Published on May 28, 2022 Giuseppe Nelva Home » Uncategorized » Jurassic World Evolution 2 Dominion Biosyn Expansion Announced Frontier Developments announced a new large-scale expansion for its dinosaur management …

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Robotic buoys developed to keep Atlantic right whales safe

A Cape Cod science center and one of the world’s largest shipping businesses are collaborating on a project to use robotic buoys to protect a vanishing whale from lethal collisions with ships. A lab at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution developed the technology, which uses buoys and underwater gliders to record whale sounds in near real …

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They once worked for big oil’s enablers. Now they refuse to be complicit | Oil and gas companies

More than a century ago, fossil fuel hardly needed help maintaining their image firms. Coal-powered trains, oil-burning power plants and gas-heated houses were likened to patriotism and social progress. But over time, especially as industry scientists began uncovering the direct link between the burning of fossil fuels and the climate crisis, America’s petroleum giants turned …

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Mining museums’ genomic treasures | Ars Technica

Mining museums’ genomic treasures | Ars Technica Enlarge / Alpine chipmunks collected by pioneering naturalist Joseph Grinnell in the early 20th century are still preserved at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at the University of California, Berkeley. Recently, geneticists used DNA extracted from them to trace how the chipmunks have evolved. Museum collections like this …

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Ailing orca stuck in France’s River Seine to be lured to sea using drone with loudspeakers | France

An orca lost in France’s River Seine is to be guided back to sea using sounds made by the species under a last-ditch plan to save the animal’s life. The local prefecture said it would monitor the animal, also known as a killer whale, from a distance with a drone while emitting orca communications in …

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