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We may have got the evolution of our big brains entirely wrong

We may have got the evolution of our big brains entirely wrong

Why are our brains six times as large as those of other mammals with bodies of a similar size? The leading hypothesis has been that our brain expansion was driven by social pressures, by the need to cooperate or compete with others. But instead the key factor may have been “ecological” challenges like finding food […] Read More

A new synthetic molecule may solve a paradox about life’s origin

A new synthetic molecule may solve a paradox about life’s origin

Life probably began with a molecule, or set of molecules, that could make copies of themselves. Now we have taken a big step towards creating such molecules ourselves. Over the last four decades, biologists have made lots of progress towards creating self-replicating molecules in the lab. However, their efforts have been thwarted by an apparent […] Read More

A third of ‘protected’ nature zones are quietly being ruined

A third of ‘protected’ nature zones are quietly being ruined

Roads, farmers, loggers and house-builders are ruining at least one third of the world’s 200,000 protected areas, where nature is supposed to be flourishing. The largest survey to date of human incursion into protected areas found that 32.8 per cent of protected land is under “intense human pressure”. The threatened protected areas cover 6 million […] Read More

Chinese giant salamanders may already be virtually extinct

Chinese giant salamanders may already be virtually extinct

The largest amphibians in the world are on the very brink of extinction. Not only have wild populations of Chinese giant salamanders been decimated, it turns out there are five species rather than one, each with a truly minuscule population. Chinese giant salamanders (Andrias davidianus) can grow up to 1.8 metres long. They spend all […] Read More

Why Argentina’s Talks With the IMF Are Enraging the Country

Why Argentina’s Talks With the IMF Are Enraging the Country

Why Argentina’s Talks With the IMF Are Enraging the Country Members of leftist organizations demonstrate outside the National Congress against the government’s negotiations with the IMF while legislators debate a bill to put a stop on public services taxes raising in Buenos Aires, on May 09, 2018. – Argentina opened talks with the International Monetary […] Read More

Jay-Z Subpoenaed After Refusing to Cooperate With SEC Investigation of $200 Million Deal

Jay-Z Subpoenaed After Refusing to Cooperate With SEC Investigation of $200 Million Deal

Jay-Z is in hot water with Wall Street’s top regulator. The hip-hop mogul, whose given name is Shawn Carter, is the target of a Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement subpoena after failing to testify as part of an agency investigation of accounting practices at Iconix Brand Group Inc., which paid $200 million to acquire assets […] Read More

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The Islamist Ennahda and secular Nidaa Tounis parties, which form a coalition at the national level, are expected to dominate the polls for 350 municipalities. Polling offices closed at 6 p.m. Tunisia has been hailed as the only democratic success of the Arab Spring, because it toppled a long-serving autocrat, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, […] Read More

million records of phone

The sharp increase from 151 million occurred during the second full year of a new surveillance system established at the spy agency after U.S. lawmakers passed a law in 2015 that sought to limit its ability to collect such records in bulk. The spike in collection of call records coincided with an increase reported on […] Read More

revelations that a political consultancy

Facebook has faced pressure from regulators, privacy advocates and shareholders since it said in March that political consultant Cambridge Analytica wrongly obtained personal data through a quiz app connected to Facebook. U.S. lawmakers grilled Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg for two days on the matter. The Reuters/Ipsos poll adds to other indications that Facebook has […] Read More

North Korea has accused US

North Korea has accused US

North Korea has accused US and South Korean agents of plotting to kill its Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-un. A North Korean referred to only as “Kim” was paid to carry out an attack with biochemical substances, the ministry of state security said. The plot was foiled, it said, but gave no details on the fate […] Read More

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