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Sima de los Huesos: A 430,000 year old key to human evolution

Oldest ever human genome sequence may rewrite human history

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Laity Should Act When Clergy Won't - Crisis Magazine

History made: Army Ranger School to graduate its first female students ever - The Washington Post

History made: Army Ranger School to graduate its first female students

The last remaining female soldier who tried out for Army Ranger School in April will graduate from the infantry leadership course.

No, Google’s Not a Bird: Bringing the Internet to Rural India - The New York Times Women working in Taradand, a remote village in central India that, until recently, was largely cut off from the rest of the world. The first paved road appeared in 2006, and there has never been a telephone landline. Credit Atul Loke for The New York Times

No, Google’s Not a Bird: Bringing the Internet to Rural India

A recent convert to the wonders of the web is trying to persuade his neighbors in a remote village that “the whole world rests inside the mobile.

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“I much prefer the sharpest criticism…” Johannes Kepler

Cashel Man, discovered in central Ireland, is thought to have been a young king who was ritualistically sacrificed.

Oldest 'Bog Body' Found with Skin Intact

Oldest 'Bog Body' Found with Skin Intact - Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a man preserved in an Irish peat bog, marking the oldest European bog body ever found with skin still intact.

Judge Forces Sobbing Oscar Pistorius Walks Without Prosthetic Legs in Packed Courtroom

Judge Forces Sobbing Oscar Pistorius Walks Without Prosthetic Legs in Packed Courtroom

Satellite images used to predict poverty - BBC News

Satellite images used to predict poverty

Researchers have combined satellite imagery with AI to predict areas of poverty across the world.

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