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Dec 6 2013 - 4:00pm
Jessica Orwig, ISNS Contributor
Inside Science News Service
Understanding the ancient climate history of Mono Lake will help scientists project what might happen in the future as the world warms up. This is no esoteric question for Los Angeles, whose nearly 4 million people depend in part on Mono Lake’s watershed for drinking water, green lawns, agriculture and industry.
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Isaac Chotiner in The Nation: When Justice Antonin Scalia dissented from the majority opinion in Lawrence v. Texas(2003), the case that struck down the Lone Star State’s anti-sodomy law, he wrote, “If moral disapprobation of homosexual conduct is ‘no legitimate...