[Jawlist] Weekly Science Report 11-13-15

Steve Detwiler steveorange2011 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 16 18:02:15 PST 2015

*Weekly Science Report*

*November 13, 2015*

*“The universe speaks with many language but only in one voice.  The
language is not Narn or Human or Centauri or Gaim or Minbari.  It speaks in
the language of hope.  It speaks in the language of trust.  It speaks in
the language of strength and the language of compassion.  It is the
language of the heart and of the soul.  And always it is the same voice, it
is the voice of our ancestors and our inheritors waiting to be born.  It is
the same still voice saying we are one.  No matter the blood, no matter the
skin, no matter the world, no matter the star, we are one.  No matter the
pain, no matter the darkness, no matter the loss, no matter the fear, we
are one.  Here gathered together in common cause we agree to recognize this
singular truth and this singular rule that we must be kind to one another.
Because each voice enriches us and enables us and each voice lost
diminishes us.  We are the voice of the universe, the soul of creation the
fire that will light the way to a better future.  We are one!*

*Babylon 5*


I created this publication with the support of Graham Hancock and John
Anthony West to share news and information on various disciplines to
include paleontology, space sciences, genetics and archaeology.  My goal
behind sharing this publication has always been very simple, by sharing
knowledge we can make our world a better place.  Since the beginning of the
internet age we have always heard of the world being drawn together but
through my investigations I’ve never found a publication like the Weekly
Science Report.  This publication is my contribution to bring people
together and share ideas and discoveries with my fellow humans.

I hope you enjoy this publication and that the content challenges and
inspires you!

Steve Detwiler

News Articles   *Paleontology, Evolution and Prehistoric Studies*

The first human uses of beeswax have been established in Anatolia in 7000


Genetic Tweaks Are Revealing the Dinosaur Traits in Living Chickens


Police in Northern Ireland make arrest in 1972 'Bloody Sunday' killings


Serbian PM pays respects to Srebrenica Muslim victims


How Anne Frank's Diary Changed the World

Kon-Tiki2: Why would you cross the Pacific on a wooden raft?



British Museum to train Iraqi curators in heritage protection


3D Technology Enables Cleveland Museum of Art to Identify Centuries-Old
Sculptural Fragment


Search for Nazi Gold Train Gets Green Light


Stonehenge Begins to Yield Its Secrets


Prehistoric 'Stonehenge' monument in Golan Heights fuels mystery


Inca child mummy reveals lost genetic history of South America


El Salvador: Buried in ash


Snail trails lead to climate-driven cultural shift in ancient Morocco


500-Year-Old Church Discovered in Slave Trade Settlement


Byzantine 'flat-pack' church to be reconstructed in Oxford after spending
1,000 years on the seabed


Chinese archaeologists unearth ancient smoke-absorbing lamps

If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, is it a clue to the rise of
Jewish Galilee?


Missing land mentioned in ancient books discovered by archeologists in İzmir

Selinunte: Site of ancient massacre yields the secrets of a lost Greek city


Mysterious Symbols in Kazakhstan: How Old Are They, Really?


Research in the Austrian Alps shows mining dates back to the Bronze Age



Egypt detects 'impressive' anomaly in Giza pyramids


*General Science*

Nothing to report

*Physics, Earth and Space Sciences*

No alien radio signals detected in space anomaly, SETI says


Mars’ Atmosphere Stripped by Solar Winds, NASA Says


Astronomers Spot Most Distant Object So Far In The Solar System


NASA chief: Time to clean up all that space junk


Saturn's geyser moon shines in close flyby views


Close-up view of galaxies prompts re-think on star formation


UCLA professor proposes simpler way to define what makes a planet


Oh the Places We Won't Go: Humans Will Settle Mars, and Nowhere Else


*Environment, Climate Change and Alternative Energy Sources*

Morocco to build world's largest concentrated solar power plant


Society 'set for climate change woe'


Desalination study authors explore fabricated membrane


Increase in acidity may not be harmful to coral reefs after all


Bacteria-Infused Material Pulls Energy Out of Poop


*Biological, Genetics and Medical Sciences*

Penn, Notre Dame researchers mapping genetic history of the


Could Implantable LEDs Relieve Your Pain



Nothing to report

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