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Weekly Science Report

February 23, 2018

“A solider asked the General how do I defeat fear. The General’s answered, that the
only way to defeat fear is to tell it no. No we will not take shortcuts on the road to
righteousness. No we will not break the rules that protect us from our basis
instincts. No we will not allow desperation to destroy moral authority. I am guilty of
all these things. Some say in life that there are no second chances, experiences
tells me that this true. But we can only look forward; we have to be torch bearers,
casting the light so we may see our path to lasting peace. We will continue
exploring, discovering new worlds and new civilizations. Yes that is the United
Federation of Planets.”
Star Trek Discovery


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Anthony West to share news and information on various disciplines to include but not
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News Articles

Paleontology, Evolution and Prehistoric Studies

New paper links ancient drawings and the origins of language

First There Were Microbes. Then Life on Earth Got Big.

World's Oldest Cave Art Found—And Neanderthals Made It

Homo erectus may have been a sailor – and able to speak

Spectacular fossils found at Bears Ears — right where Trump removed protections

Giant handaxes suggest that different groups of early humans coexisted in ancient Europe

Origins of land plants pushed back in time

Domestic goat dating back to the Neolithic Corded Ware period identified in Finland

Research into the family tree of today's horses sheds new light on the origins of the species
Rejecting the Solutrean hypothesis: the first peoples in the Americas were not from Europe

7,400-year-old rice grains discovered in central China


Japanese Monks Recorded the Climate for 700 Years

Louvre blockbuster show heads to Iran in major move of cultural diplomacy

A S e i s m i c C o l l a b o r a t i o n : L A’ s G e t t y M u s e u m Te a m s U p W i t h t h e G r e e k
Government to Protect Art From Earthquakes

Is It Time for a Reassessment of Malcolm X?

White Settlers Buried the Truth About the Midwest’s Mysterious Mound Cities

The Navajo Nation Treaty of 1868 Lives On at the American Indian Museum
The Reckoning


Ancient tomb containing splendid armor found in Kyushu

Has the ‘Signature’ of Biblical Prophet Isaiah Been Discovered?

Franklin Institute partygoer stole thumb off Terracotta Warrior statue, feds say

A fire may have damaged precious relics at Tibet’s holiest temple. China says no — but experts aren't sure

How Penn Museum uses the latest in science to conserve the most ancient of artifacts

Archaeologists find fossils, Mayan relics in giant underwater cave in Mexico

Bizarre 'Spider Stones' Found at Site of Neolithic Sun-Worshipers
Arabian Rock Art Thrown into New Relief

Archaeology: Pots, people and knowledge transfer

The Archaeology of Wealth Inequality

7,000 year old enigma on rare exhibit at National Archaeological Museum in Athens

Ancient Statue of Nubian King Found in Nile River Temple

Beneath Biblical Prophet's Tomb, an Archaeological Surprise


Secret to Great Pyramid's Near-Perfect Alignment Possibly Found

Ancient Egyptians May Have Surveyed on the Fall Equinox

Major discovery! Egypt uncovers 2,000-year-old cemetery
General Science

Trump’s Science Advisor, Age 31, Has a Political Science Degree

This Computer Uses Light—Not Electricity—To Train AI Algorithms

Walking crystals may lead to new field of crystal robotics

Our future air taxi? Vahana self-flying machine takes off, hovers, lands

Physics, Earth and Space Sciences

An amateur astronomer accidentally caught an exploding star on camera—and it gets better

Commerce Secretary: Let’s Turn the Moon Into a ‘Gas Station for Outer Space’

First SpaceX internet satellites now set to launch Wednesday
Who's Going to Buy the International Space Station?


Space Council acts to streamline regulations, encourage commercial missions

On second thought, the Moon's water may be widespread and immobile

Researcher sets eyes on Saturn's largest moon

Environment, Climate Change and Alternative Energy Sources

Interior dept scientist resigns over fears of lacking scientific integrity

Coral Scientists Eye ‘Radical Intervention’ To Save The World’s Reefs

This New Graphene Invention Makes Filthy Seawater Drinkable in One Simple Step

The Phone Charger of the Future Will Go Pew Pew

Large-scale commercial fishing covers more than half of the oceans, study finds

'Fishing continued' after East China sea oil spill

French Food Waste Law Changing How Grocery Stores Approach Excess Food

Biological, Genetics and Medical Sciences

Process of Elimination

Wearable tech aids stroke patients

Study tracks evolutionary transition to destructive cancer

Biologists would love to program cells as if they were computer chips

FCC to officially rescind net neutrality rules on Thursday

The Wakanda Reader

“Sonic Weapon Attacks” on U.S. Embassy Don’t Add Up—for Anyone

Additional Informational

US/ICOMOS Urges US Leaders to Continue Engagement in the World Heritage Program

Where is the Roadster?

Minerva's Shrine
Syria Please Don't Forget Us: 82 Names

Ancient DNA Tells Tales of Humans’ Migratory History