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MSP awaiting toxicology reports on couple found in swamp - Cadillac News


Cadillac News
CADILLAC — Michigan State Police are still awaiting a toxicology report for one of the people found dead in a Missaukee County swamp in late March. Police dogs found the bodies of Jeff Hurley and Alexandria Foust on Monday, March 26. The couple was ...

Chemicals from the world's longest animal can kill cockroaches - Science News for Students


Science News for Students
One has to marvel at how they can expand and contract their bodies. A 10-meter [33 foot] L. longissimus “can be held in your hand as a slimy heap,” notes study coauthor Malin Strand. She's a marine biologist at the Swedish University of Agricultural ...

Are octopuses aliens? These 33 scientists think they just might be ... - The Week Magazine


The Week Magazine
The researchers' claim is made in the journal Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, and it suggests that a "plausible explanation" for the octopus' genetic weirdness is that "squid and/or octopus eggs arrived in icy bodies several hundred ...
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Cryonics Over Dead Geeks' Bodies

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Wired News article by Michelle Delio, based on an interview with Heather Pringle, author of the new book: "The Mummy Congress: Science, Obsession and the Everlasting Dead".

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    Cryonics Over Dead Geeks' Bodies
    A large percentage of technologically adept humans are opting to have their bodies frozen after they die, according to research in a new book. By Michelle Delio.

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Cryonic suspension services and information. Much of the text is also available in Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Portuguese by clicking on the appropriate button. This organization was founded by Robert Ettinger, the "father" of cryonics.

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Amazing Bodies: Plastination
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Plastination is an innovative process developed in 1977 by German doctor, Gunther von Hagens. Natural body fluids and fats are replaced with special plastics, making the cadaver virtually incapable of decaying.The resulting preserved specimens remain odourless and completely dry. You could probably think of them as modern day mummies! This method of preservation ensures that all pathogens, bacteria and viruses that may occur in a body are totally

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Opposing the fur industry. Includes anti-fur ads, video, photos, fact sheets, and more. From PETA.

Dr. Carver Is Dead; Negro Scientist
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1943 obituary from the New York Times. Registration required.

Red Tides and Dead Zones
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Article from WHOI's Coastal Ocean Institute about how the most widespread, chronic environmental problem in the coastal ocean is caused by an excess of chemical nutrients.

Frozen Dead Guy Days
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The official site of a winter festival held annually in march in the mountain town of Nederland, Colorado. A bit weird, since the Nederlands city government actively worked to oust Bredo Morstoel (the "frozen dead guy") from their town several years ago. But there he still sits, now the frozen centerpiece of a festival.

Elasmo.com: The Life and Times of Long Dead Sharks
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Sharing of information about fossil and living sharks and rays.

Dead Zones - National Science Foundation Special Report
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Examining the causes of the blooms of organic matter that ultimately rob the ocean of life-sustaining oxygen.