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Punishing Cheaters Promotes the Evolution of Cooperation | The Primate Diaries, Scientific American Blog Network
Humans are one of the most cooperative species on the planet. Our ability to coordinate behavior and work collaboratively with others has allowed us to create the natural world's largest and most densely populated societies, outside of deep sea microbial mats and a few Hymenoptera mega-colonies.
Tax credits - the wind in wind energy | Plugged In, Scientific American Blog Network
For wind power, 2011 was a great year. California added more new wind energy to the grid than any other state, according to a report published Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Energy. A number of other states received high honors as well.
We're NASA and We Know It - An Epic Mars Curiosity Music Video | PsiVid, Scientific American Blog Network
So Curiosity has landed, we loved, we laughed, we cried. We admired the 'mohawk guy' at the control panel, and we felt his elation at ...
How to Make Animated GIFs on a Smartphone: Scientific American
Olympics news coverage revitalized the animated GIF, or graphics interchange format. Make your own Once the hallmark of low-end online ads-dancing girls for dating sites and jiggling bellies for weight loss products-animated GIF images are popping up everywhere. You'll see them used throughout Tumblr and even on big news sites in place of video.
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Dana Vollmer's Butterfly Stroke Features Dolphin-Like Moves [Video] | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
U.S. swimmer Dana Vollmer's record-setting performance in London in the 100-meter butterfly is sure to be a model for aspiring Olympians. Vollmer's edge in butterfly competition comes from her uncanny ability to closely mimic the underwater undulation and kick of nature's greatest swimmer-the dolphin.
DNA Test Could Help Save Scottish Wildcat from Extinction-If It Still Exists | Extinction Countdown, Scientific American Blog Network
Scotland is home to a least a hundred thousand feral cats. Unfortunately, the cats that now live in the Scottish Highlands are not native to the country, and they have helped push the already squeezed native felines closer toward extinction.
The John Platt Article Library: Five new eco-themed articles
Computer problems this past week slowed me down quite a bit, but I'm quickly catching up now that my new computer is up and running. Yeah, the old one was on its way out. I had hoped to make it last another six months, but I figured keeping a dying PC on life support would just slow my productivity down.
traditional rice varieties vanishing in kerala: study- Traditional rice varieties vanishing in Kerala: Study
Thiruvananthapuram: Traditional rice varieties of Kerala appeared to be vanishing as a study has found as many 55 species of paddy seeds extinct in Wayanad district in northern part of the state due to various reasons.Nearly 160 varieties of paddy varieties, including 78 traditional ones, were being cultivated in Waynad
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences :: Café Scientifique 2012--July 31 Matrai
July 20, 2012 Contact: Tatiana Brailovskaya, Director of Communications, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, www.bigelow.org;tbrailovskaya@bigelow.org; (202)747-3255, ext. 103. Clouds Over the Arctic-Bigelow July 31 Café Scientifique Focuses on Arctic Cloud Cover and Climate EAST BOOTHBAY, ME - Polar researcher and Bigelow Senior Research Scientist Dr. Paty Matrai will lead a July 31 Café Scientifique discussion titled Anatomy of an Arctic Cloud-Sea Ice, Aerosols, and Microgels, beginning at 6 p.m.