Thursday 8th September 2005
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The pink stone point, flecked with a rainbow of colored minerals and discovered last spring just lying on the ground, appears to be older than any artifact ever found on the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Archaeologists believe the point, thought to have been crafted between 10,000 and 11,000 years ago, represents a significant find and could be representative of the ancient people referred to by the name "Clovis," an appellation given to a group of artifacts discovered in the early 1930s near Clovis, N.M. Read more.
Paranormal, Religious, Scientific Non-Fiction: Is ET Here? Robert Trundle ; Heavenly Lights, Joaquim Fernandes & Fina d'Armada ; Side Effect, Enola Nicks ; Jesus, King of Israel ; Before the Da Vinci Code, J.S. Tyson. www.eccenova.com
When Israeli archaeologist Gabriel Barkai and his assistant Tzachi Zweig began the painstaking task of sifting through mounds of Temple Mount rubble, they hoped to find artifacts dating from the period of the First or Second Temple. They never dreamed of finding a mysterious artifact that looks like something straight out of the world of controversial theories propounded by "The Da Vinci Code." Read more.The Lure of Jupiter's Moon Europa
The discovery that Jupiter's moon Europa most likely has a cold, salty ocean beneath its frozen icy crust has put Europa on the short list of objects in our solar system that astrobiologists would like to study further. At the Earth System Processes II conference in Calgary, Canada, Ron Greeley, planetary geologist and professor of geology at Arizona State University in Phoenix, Arizona, gave a talk summing up what is known about Jupiter and its moons, and what remains to be discovered. Story continues.
After fleeing in the face of Hurricane Katrina, ocean researchers have returned to the Gulf of Mexico where they are getting a revealing new look at the deep sea. We are exploring the deep sea with new eyes, oceanographer Tamara Frank of the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution said Friday. During Operation Deep Scope, Frank and others aboard the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Research Vessel Seward Johnson are using a camera that operates with dim red light to study life on the sea floor. Find out more.
Bonus Story for Newsletter Readers
Clever Whale Uses Fish to Catch Seagulls
NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario - An enterprising young killer whale at Marineland has figured out how to use fish as bait to catch seagulls and shared his strategy with his fellow whales. Michael Noonan, a professor of animal behavior at Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y., made the discovery by accident while studying orca acoustics.
NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario - An enterprising young killer whale at Marineland has figured out how to use fish as bait to catch seagulls and shared his strategy with his fellow whales. Michael Noonan, a professor of animal behavior at Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y., made the discovery by accident while studying orca acoustics. Read more.
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