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New Study Shows Early Man Was a Homebody, Women Were Restless

by ecorazzicontributor

A new study has revealed that early man was likely a homebody who stayed put in the cave, while early woman fled the nest in search of better genetic mates.

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Shark Scare Over For New York Waters

by Ali Garfinkel

Westhampton Beach, Suffolk County NY — A group of sharks have been sighted in the waters off the coast of West Hampton — basking sharks, a ‘most likely harmless’ kind

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Charles Manson’s Eco Group Developing ‘Seed Gun’

by Michael dEstries

Convicted killer Charles Manson is back discussing his environmental views – only his second interview in twenty years since opening up to Spain’s Vanity Fair Magazine back in April. This time,

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New Technology Allows Tugboat to Drag an Iceberg: Solution to Clean Water Problem?

by ecorazzicontributor

We’re all a little worried about running out of fresh drinking water, and already 1.1. billion people in the world are living without it. Which is probably why French engineer

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A Third Environmental Activist Shot and Killed in Brazil

by Ali Garfinkel

Adelino Ramos, a rural activist protecting the dwindling land of the Amazon, was murdered this Friday in Porto Velho, the capital of Rondonia, Brazil. He’s the third reported activist that

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WATCH: Legendary Bigfoot Found in Spokane, Washington

by ecorazzicontributor

A few sightings of Bigfoot have happened in the past year, including one in North Carolina. But now it appears that the monkey-man-hairy-beast has moved to Spokane, Washington, where a

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Cate Blanchett Fights Back Against Carbon Tax Critics

by Michael dEstries

Australia’s conservative party is throwing a fit against, of all people, Cate Blanchett. The 42-year-old actress is up against the ropes after drawing the ire of those against a carbon

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