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Proof of Life After Death?

The apparently dead subject was shown images of different human faces, which displayed a variety of emotions. A brain scan of a type called fMRI showed brain activity when some of the images were changed. It appeared that the brain, even after death, was perceiving visual images and thinking about the emotional meaning of them in some way. [...]

It's Fish Vs. Wine, Not Fish Vs. People

The message underlying the opinion from the National Marine Fisheries Service is that California’s agricultural boom has come at the expense of the state’s natural resources and the people who depend economically upon them. [...]

Dungeness In The Dumps

The Pacific salmon population is low. The dungeness crab population is low in the Pacific as well. [...]

Marine Ecology News for Late October

Ocean news from dolphins in American rivers to a new coral reef in the Seychelles. [...]

Alaska Quarter Palin Redesign Discussion

Given what we’ve all learned about Sarah Palin, Alaska’s Governor, over the last few weeks, how would you redesign the Alaska quarter, and revise the state motto? [...]

More On Sarah Palin and the Poisoning of Cook Inlet

The billions of gallons of toxic waste being dumped into Cook Inlet are unnecessary, and they’re harming the economic interests and the health of the Alaskans that Sarah Palin has sworn to serve. If Sarah Palin gets elected Vice President, and becomes President after the likely death of John McCain, all America may suffer her cruel indifference in the way that the people and animals of the Cook Inlet have suffered. [...]