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  • Serial Killer Otters

    from SF Gate “Their motive is a mystery. All I know is we suddenly have a couple of otters killing seals at a fairly fast pace,” said Jim Harvey, associate professor at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, which trains students from the California State University system. “And if we get five or six of these otters […]

  • Hunting Minefields in the Dark.

    “The bugs can be mixed into a colourless solution, which forms green patches when sprayed onto ground where mines are buried. Edinburgh University said the microbes could be dropped by air onto danger areas. Within a few hours, they would indicate where the explosives can be found. ” then wait until it’s dark and walk […]


This is the archive for November, 2009.



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