Friday, August 01, 2008

Live Science News Headlines

Newfound Monkey Could Disappear Soon
A monkey species in Tanzania is threatened with extinction, say scientists.

How a Monk and His Peas Changed the World
5 Painful Facts You Need to Know
Incredible Fish Armor Could Suit Soldiers
Interactive Map Shows Deadliest U.S. Roads

Top Features
ADHD: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments
Ouch! The Alien Bite of the Moray Eel
Mysteries of the Unregulated Internet
New University Education Model Needed

Moths In Flight
How Do Black Holes Form?

Image of the Day
Nano Flex
Why look outside the box for help when the resources you need are already inside? That seems to be the question asked by researchers who found a way to make transistors from carbon nanotubes.

Trivia & Quizzes
The Artifact Wars
Two hundred years later Greece is still asking for the Elgin Marbles; Egypt wants its obelisks. What's all the sniveling about? We test your knowledge of archaeology's most contested items and the people who fight over them.
--Heather Whipps

Global Weather Extremes
It's a wild world, and many an argument has taken place over which locales are the most extreme. A new authority on the subject, Arizona State University and the World Meteorological Organization's Commission on Climatology, sets the records straight. Find out how much you know about the hottest, wettest and windiest spots on Earth.
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