Month: November 2005

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The US state of Kansas has approved science standards for public schools that cast doubt on evolution. The...

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A recently-discovered asteroid in the Taurus constellation is to be named after a Bulgarian transvestite folk singer, Ananova...

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Myanmar confirmation that it was shifting its seat of government has left many analysts at a loss to...

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It is the kind of story you hear from a friend of a friend — how, after a...

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After five years of being the world's largest free-floating object, the B-15A iceberg has broken into smaller pieces...

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It seems giant fireballs have been seen in the sky around the world recently, including Northern Ireland... Numerous...

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It may come as something of a surprise that the Blather High Command has, for sometime now, been...

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From the Indo - Irish fisherman are extremely superstitious, apparently. Seeing a priest before setting out to sea,...

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Today, (Thursday 3 November 2005) a Greenpeace study shoews how toxic man-made chemicals are contaminating the European eel...

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Support the International Day of Action for the Boreal Forest - today, 3rd November 2005 Kleenex, one of...