Ruth Schuster

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Could beer end climate change denial – and save the planet?

By | 2018-10-15T18:00:00+00:00 October 15th, 2018|Entertainment|

How many bottles of beer will be lost from the wall if climate change isn’t checked? 30.3 billion a year at the least, Haaretz calculates based on groundbreaking study on barley yield

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Somali cavefish reveals that first mammal survived dinosaurs by hiding in the dark

By | 2018-10-11T04:13:58+00:00 October 11th, 2018|Entertainment|

A genetic repair system activated by light turns out to exist in everything from germs to animals – except for mammals and eyeless cavefish in Somalia

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Obesity genes evolved 450 million years ago, shark study reveals

By | 2018-10-08T18:11:30+00:00 October 8th, 2018|Health|

Scientists have finally sequenced the shark genome, revealing that humans and sharks derive genes for reproduction, sleep and obesity from the same early fish

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Astronomers detect monster moon in constellation 8,000 light years away

By | 2018-10-03T21:01:45+00:00 October 3rd, 2018|Health|

Neptune-sized exomoon can’t have formed from a primordial cosmic collision because like its home planet, it isn’t rock, it’s made of gas, astronomers say

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2,200-year-old mural featuring naked servant discovered in Italian tomb

By | 2018-09-28T08:47:34+00:00 September 28th, 2018|Entertainment|

Colorful pictures found in ancient necropolis of Cumae, near Naples, suggest the settlement was either tragically unhip or its elites had a taste for retro

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Breastfeeding with a grain of salt: Study fails to link directly to infant health

By | 2018-09-26T20:07:51+00:00 September 26th, 2018|Health|

Breastfeeding does correlate with positive health outcomes, but causality hasn’t been demonstrated: better information and health care could be key, new study says

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Tiny humans evolved twice on Flores: Today’s pygmies unrelated to extinct ‘hobbit’

By | 2018-08-02T21:16:41+00:00 August 2nd, 2018|Sci/Tech|

Insular dwarfism happened not once but twice on the Indonesian island, which was occupied for half a million years before Homo sapiens began to evolve

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