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  • ... < big > 1. Los Angeles hates its singles - We've all had that buddy--or, ... feels so long ago. The new demographic problem, and this one is very real, is the threat of a mass exodus out of ...
  • ... to parade around in stolen military garb . Not such a big deal? Federal authorities would beg to differ. In fact, those Navy ... surfaced that Mr. Jackson's funeral (the smaller one ) cost an absurd amount of money ($1 million). Gah! Still , you have ...
  • ... been around since the beginning of civilization. It's also one of the hottest new food trends at the moment. ... has been around since ancient civilizations. It is also one of the hottest new food trends. So what's going on here? ... only now becoming a food fad? "I just think people are coming to peace with the fact that microbes are everywhere," Delebecque ...
  • ... Dam as an alternative to Hetch Hetchy. The era of building big dams was just ending, and the thought of removing them was so far off ... dams on the Elwha River in Washington State came down in 2011 . The San Clemente Dam in Monterey County is coming down from the ...
  • ... < big > 1. UC Increases Feed - This summer, a diminished state budget left ... LA Weekly certainly ripped into the council on this one , claws and all, wondering how they could discuss such a trivial point of ...
  • ... < big > The Basics Blogger Name: Militant Angeleno ... Los Angeles, but: How do you make time to attend all the events ? Thanks! But even the Militant knows his limits! Not even he can ...
  • ... point. When building a SAR, the diversity count rises by one for each new species encountered — say, a white pine — as the circle ... out that they're not saying species endangerment isn't a big problem. As Hubbell told National Geographic , "I think ...
  • ... the Spanish: when its explorers arrived in 1540, they took one look around, and skedaddled -- and no European came back for another 200 ... contrails. Feel: pitch-dark silence, slivered moon; a big -horn in silhouette. "Mood is what elicits impact and emotion," ...
  • At its best, citizen science is a means by which we continue to cast off the intellectual shackles of the ... that science is largely an exercise in confronting one's own ignorance. Each of us has some understanding about how the world ... representative of the true nature of the universe. That's why we have scientific research. It's also why graduate students in the ...
  • ... coffeehouses and impromptu apartment salons (if you were one of the fancy types) was over the use of surveillance cameras. On one ... video capabilities to help them track down evildoers is a worthwhile reason; at least, if one believes police are ...

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