* Bizarre dinos found: A fossil with a stupendously multi-horned face and another likened to a giant rhino with a supersized head have reportedly turned up inMessage 1 of 1 , Sep 22, 2010View Source
* Bizarre dinos found:
A fossil with a stupendously multi-horned face and
another likened to a giant rhino with a supersized
head have reportedly turned up in Utah.
* Worried about kids getting fat? Maybe get a
Children with dogs spend on average 11 less minutes
per day sitting on their behinds than kids without,
a U.K. study has found.
* Physicists claim first true random number
Most seemingly random events aren't really random.
But in the quantum world, things may be different.
* In war on germs, "backstabbers" might be our
friends on the inside:
Some microbes just drag down companions that are
working to keep an infection going, researchers say.
* Money CAN buy happiness, within limits: study:
Up to an income of about $75,000, Americans rate
their everyday experiences more highly with
increasing income, researchers found.
* A "fundamental" number may be shifty:
New findings may imply that the universe is
infinite, and also stir up controversy, some
* AIDS virus ancestor over 32,000 years old,
* Brain region linked to introspective thinking:
* Freshwater turtles in "catastrophic decline":
* Dummy pill may improve women's sex life:
* Solar system's distant ice-rocks come into
* Giving robots the ability to deceive:
* Organic farms have better fruit, soil, environ-
ment, study finds:
* INTERVIEW: Stephen P. Diggle
A leading microbiologist talks about the medical and
evolutionary implications of a study on "back-
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