World Science: Giant storm grips Saturn as scientists get unprecedented view
* Giant storm grips Saturn as scientists get
European and American astronomers have teamed up to
study a rare storm on the ringed planet in more detail
than ever before possible.
* To understand unrest in our time, a study of
mutinies in another:
What factors influence the likelihood and nature of
an uprising? Social scientists are poring over old
ship records in hopes of some answers.
* Lizard builds big, close-knit family homes:
Lizards are seldom seen as the warm, cuddly types.
Yet to their family members, lizards of one species
might be just that.
* It's not torture if it's happening to someone
else? Studies probe our hidden biases:
People are more likely to define an act as torture
if they are suffering even part of the pain it
causes, scientists say.
* Music making may help keep mind in tune
in old age:
Longtime playing of a musical instrument may help
keep your mind sharp as others' start going flat,
* Study: global warming hurting corn, wheat crops:
* "Confirmed": spinning Earth drags space along:
* Physicists pore over data hinting at mystery
* Radio glow might reveal elusive planets:
* Human language may have originated in Africa:
* Scientists surprised to find Egyptian princess
had heart disease:
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