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Gavin Young and a research team were excavating the skeleton of an extinct armoured fish from 360 million-year-old rock near Eden in 2008 when they realised there was an other very interesting fossil at the site. "As we lifted out the block, we
Research from the Australian National University says the East Warburton Basin in northeast South Australia contains evidence thought to be caused by an asteroid measuring 10km to 20km in diameter that hit Earth more than 298 million years ago.
Books to the ceiling, Books to the sky, My pile of books is a mile high...I'll have a long beard by the time I read them. ~ Arnold Lobel [1933-1987] author of many popular children's books. Compiled by Ian "Birdbooker" Paulsen, the Birdbooker Report
Chinese scientists have found a new 409-million-year-old fishlike tetrapod (four-legged animals) from Zhaotong, Yunnan in southwestern China, a discovery that extends the history of this group by 10 million years and provides novel fossil evidence on
Finally, a geological timescale that only a Creationist could love According to a strict interpretation of Scripture, the Earth is approximately 6,000 years old (give or take a few years). Given what we know about our planet's geological past, it's
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: To the editor: It was heartening to read your front-page story last week that Bill and Melinda Gates plan to spend a ton of money to bring contraception and birth control methodology to Third World countries.
The state is a cost-effective place to do business because it already has billions of dollars invested in leases, wells and related infrastructure. And a plunge in wholesale prices has made being thrifty a must for some companies...Oil and gas
Canadian regulators announced they approved of plans offered by pipeline company TransCanada to expand an eastern natural gas system. The National Energy Board approved of a $130 million plan by TransCanada for its proposed Eastern Mainline Expansion
The Pennsylvania Department of Health says it investigates every claim by residents that gas drilling has caused health problems, but several people say the agency's actions don't match its words. Two Western Pennsylvania residents told The
Scientists have theorized that impermeable layers of rock would keep the fluid, which contains benzene and other dangerous chemicals, safely locked nearly a mile below water supplies. This view of the earth's underground geology is a cornerstone of