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  • Racism, the misuse of genetics and a huge scientific protest

    "A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race, and Human History" is the new book by science writer Nicholas Wade that asserts a genetic basis for certain human behaviors and distinguishes them by race. It's been widely panned in book reviews, especially by...
  • Let's end the wasteful war on drugs by putting science first

    Human beings sometimes have a troubling inability to hold two thoughts in mind at the same time. This is true not only when those thoughts contradict each other, but even when they simply appear to be in conflict with each other but actually aren't. And...
  • Colorado, others vie with Oklahoma for drone test sites

    Colorado, others vie with Oklahoma for drone test sites
    Oklahoma may be at the nexus of violent tornadoes and scientific developments in unmanned aircraft, but the state faces stiff competition in its bid to become one of the first six federal sites allowed to test the technology.  Fifty applications have...
  • Jim Doyle leaps into the ballet scene with fog effects for 'Azimuth'

    Jim Doyle leaps into the ballet scene with fog effects for 'Azimuth'
    It's a typically dry afternoon in Sun Valley, in an industrial area near the Burbank airport where the pavement is scorched and the air is speckled with construction dust. Tucked behind a 12-foot-high ficus hedge, however, inside a Willy Wonka-like...
  • Mexican immigrants insulated native workers from job cuts, study says

    Mexican immigrants insulated native workers from job cuts, study says
    New research published Tuesday found that in cities with large numbers of Mexican-born workers, the immigrants insulated native-born workers from steep job losses during the recession. Researchers said that when labor markets soured, immigrants chased...
  • Tsunami would flood large swath of Southland coast, USGS says

    Tsunami would flood large swath of Southland coast, USGS says
    A large tsunami hitting California would cause major flooding in Long Beach and parts of Orange County and force 750,000 people to evacuate coastal areas in a few hours, according to extensive simulation published Wednesday by U.S. Geological Survey....
  • Colorado flooding: Water rages in Boulder, on campus [photos, video]

    Flooding is wreaking havoc in northern Colorado as rescue teams try to save stranded residents and drivers. Two reportedly have died as a result of flash floods following days of rain. Dramatic video has emerged.  A woman and her 6-year-old daughter...
  • Rain keeps coming in Colorado

    Rain keeps coming in Colorado
    BOULDER, Colo. — Weather-weary Coloradans faced another day of nature-driven mayhem Thursday as pelting rain and flash flooding wreaked havoc statewide, washing out roads, closing businesses, isolating mountain towns and causing at least three...
  • With previous tragedy in mind, Boulder, Colo., was ready for flood

    With previous tragedy in mind, Boulder, Colo., was ready for flood
    BOULDER, Colo. — Clancy Philipsborn stood on the banks of Boulder Creek examining the flood-level marker he helped erect. The 18-foot stone and glass tower was a bit damaged but still standing. "This piece of granite broke off," he said, running...
  • Colorado Floods Bad, But The Bigger Story Was The Rain

    Boulder, Colorado. Both of these names derive from torrential river flows. So why the media hysteria about the floods there last month? The city of Boulder was named for Boulder Creek, which was named for the abundance of large boulders. How did they...
  • Astronaut Scott Carpenter dies at 88; second American to orbit Earth

    Astronaut Scott Carpenter dies at 88; second American to orbit Earth
    M. Scott Carpenter, a college dropout and local ne'er-do-well who became the second American to orbit Earth, wasn't proud of the way his teen years took off. "The local papers that say I was just a normal boy are trying to think of something not bad...