Today on the program, we look into a project called Apps for Apes that uses iPads to provide mental stimulation for bored orangutans, and which is teaching researchers about the brains of our ape cousins. Plus, we'll find out...
Penguins and sea lions found dead on Chilean shore. The bodies of sea lions, cormorants and penguins littered a seven mile stretch of beach in Punta de Choros, northern Chile on Sunday. The crime scene is in close proximity to the Humboldt Penguin Nature Reserve. Sernapesca, Chile’s National Fishing Service, investigated the scene and determined that all the animals were killed by the same incident. Autopsies report animales with fractured skulls, missing rib cages and multiple abrasions. […]
# 7290 A 51-page PDF file outlining the results of the World Health Organization’s April visit to China to assist in their investigation into the H7N9 virus (see H7N9: Dr. Keiji Fukuda Summarizes Mission Findings) has been posted on the WHO website. While I’ve not had time to absorb the entire document, I’ve provided a link, and a few excerpts below to give my readers a head start. From the assessment (see below), it is obvious that
I commend this woman for stepping up and admitting her situation. The more people are made aware of these events, the more likely they will know to avoid it. Psychic Victim: ‘How Could I Be So Stupid?’ « CBS Denver. A 65-year-old woman who says she lost her retirement savings to a Loveland psychic is now calling the psychic “a complete ripoff” and says she wants others to hear her story and avoid the mistakes she made. “I look back on it now and think, ‘How could I have been so […]