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Creation Science Comes to Prescott

The Arizona Origin Science Association (AZOSA)  has announced that Association President, Dr. Joseph Kezele, M.D.,  will be the  guest speaker at their upcoming meeting Sunday afternoon,  October 11th,  3:45 PM,  at the Liberty Baptist Church, in Williamson Valley.  For those who are new to Creation Science or just curious to learn what it is,  this is an excellent

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Warming shrinks Arctic Ocean ice to 2nd lowest on record

Ice in the Arctic Ocean melted to its second lowest level on record this summer, triggered by global warming along with natural forces, U.S. scientists reported Monday. The extent of ice-covered ocean at the North Pole and extending further south to Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Russia reached its summertime low of 1.4 million square miles

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Lead in Drinking Water: What are the Health Risks and How to Prevent It

Lead is a highly toxic bluish gray metal that gets into drinking water via lead pipes, faucets, and fixtures. If ingested in the body, lead can wreak havoc to the central nervous system and nearly every organ in the body. Lead Pipes Are Ancient History Lead has been used for centuries to create water pipelines

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NASA astronauts aim for Florida coast to end SpaceX flight

The first astronauts launched by Elon Musk’s SpaceX company departed the International Space Station on Saturday night for the final and most important part of their test flight: returning to Earth with a rare splashdown. NASA’s Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken bid farewell to the three men left behind as their SpaceX Dragon capsule undocked

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NASA’s next Mars Rover is brawniest and brainiest one yet

With eight successful Mars landings, NASA is upping the ante with its newest rover. The spacecraft Perseverance is NASA’s brawniest and brainiest Martian rover yet. It sports the latest landing tech, plus the most cameras and microphones ever assembled to capture the sights and sounds of Mars. Its super-sanitized sample return tubes — for rocks

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Head games: Former volleyball player believes concussions led to mental health issues

Research into sports-related concussions started with football injuries but has since spread to other activities where hits and falls are routine, such as hockey, soccer and cheerleading. The long-term effects of concussions, however, are still being studied. It is a subject important to Stephanie Cahill. She played club volleyball from 14 to 16 years old

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