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CONSTRUINDO COMUNIDADES RESILIENTES: Como os Empresários podem ajudar as Comunidades

Improper protein digestion in neurons identified as a cause of familial Parkinson's

Owls are 70% feathers! http://ift.tt/2AS2fvC

Owls are 70% feathers! http://ift.tt/2AS2fvC

Bunnies implicated in the demise of Neanderthals, by Sara Reardon. Photo by Roine Magnusson/Getty.

BLAME it on the bunnies. The debate over what Neanderthals ate, and how it may have led to their demise, has turned to rabbits. Which, it is now claimed, Neanderthals did not feast on.

Rebirth @torsionproject #ThoughtProg

Rebirth @torsionproject #ThoughtProg

As I pull my head out I am without one doubt, Don't wanna be down here feeding my narcissism, I must crucify the ego before it's far too late,  I pray the light lifts me out. @torsionproject #ThoughtProg

As I pull my head out I am without one doubt, Don't wanna be down here feeding my narcissism, I must crucify the ego before it's far too late, I pray the light lifts me out.

Projected Arctic shipping routes.

Global warming will open shipping routes directly through the North Pole by 2050

Angry Birds HD Wallpapers and Backgrounds 1200×927 Angry Birds Wallpapers (37 Wallpapers) | Adorable Wallpapers

My 4 year old son plays angry birds on my iphone non stop!

Amid the hot, humid weather consistently over 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit), whether one can get compensated for damages while working under unusually hot weather has become at issue.

Amid the hot, humid weather consistently over 35 degrees Celsius degrees Fahrenheit), whether one can get compensated for damages while working under unusually hot weather has become at issue.

The 6 Creepiest Places on Earth

8 | Surreal Landscape by Dariusz Klimczak

“In the desert, the only god is a well.” ― Vera Nazarian, Dreams of the Compass Rose (image: desolation by kleemass)

Science of the Summer Olympics explores the science, engineering, and technology that are helping athletes maximize their performance at the 2012 Games.

Science of the Summer Olympics explores the science, engineering, and technology that are helping athletes maximize their performance at the 2012 Games.

A new analysis of a fossil discovered in 1924 indicates that human brain evolution may be connected to walking upright.    Two features of the Taung fossil — the first australopithecine ever discovered — suggest brain evolution may have resulted from a complex set of interrelated dynamics in childbirth among new bipeds.

Insight on baby brain evolution. Anthropologist Dean Falk and her team looked at a million-year-old australopithecine fossil—the remains of a child about four years old, known as the Taung fossil.

U.S. completes warmest 12-month period again, smashes spring record - Capital Weather Gang - The Washington Post

U.S. completes warmest 12-month period again, smashes spring record

Spring 2012 set temperature records in the lower 48 states for the warmest spring, largest seasonal departure from average, warmest year-to-date, and warmest period since records began.

Plant Chicago Factory

A Former Chicago Meatpacking Plant Becomes a Self-Sustaining Vertical Farm - Industrial Ecology!

DNA in a four strand form instead of a double helix found in human cells.

Four-Strand DNA 'G-Quadruplex' - Oddly Shaped DNA Structures Found In Human Cells: We've seen 'G-quadruplex structures' before, but a new study shows they are much more prevalent in our genomes than we thought.

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