Jeana Steinkamp Ritchie

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Strawberry Lemonade Cake Recipe

<b>Serves 12</b><p>Ingredients<p>1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, at room temperature<br>• 1 3/4 cups sugar<br>• 2 Tbsp. fresh lemon zest<br>• 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour<br>• 1 tsp. …

The inbred lineage you can improve - Gene Expression

By Razib Khan | July 18, 2013 3:34 am<p>Last of the Spanish Habsburgs<p>Thanks to the efforts of geneticists the story of the extinction of the Spanish …

Montana Twister - ImaGeo

By Tom Yulsman | July 15, 2013 6:39 pm<p><b>11:00 p.m. | Updates below, including photo of the tornado |</b> Just when I thought I was done blogging for the …

Ancient Troy: The City & the Legend

The name Troy refers both to a place in legend and a real-life archaeological site. In legend, Troy is a city that was besieged for 10 years and …

Asymmetric (Gender) Warfare & Japan's Rubella Virus Outbreak - Body Horrors

By Rebecca Kreston | July 15, 2013 6:08 pm<p>Japan is in the midst of a rubella outbreak that has already infected over 5,000 people in just the first …

The name Troy refers both to a place in legend and a real-life archaeological site. Learn about the legend and real-life ancient city here: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/7n4l

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Asymmetric (Gender) Warfare & Japan’s Rubella Virus Outbreak http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/bodyhorrors/2013/07/15/japan-rubella-vaccine-gender/

Cloud Seeding Could Cool Off Seas Where Hurricanes Form, Making Them Weaker

Hurricanes form in warm tropical waters, drawing strength from the heat of the ocean surface — that's why they are expected to worsen as sea surface temperatures increase. But if we could cool them off, they may chill out and decrease in strength. Cloud seeding the areas in front of their path …

Geoengineers Will Release Tons of Sun-Reflecting Chemicals Into the Air Above New Mexico

Even if they can be a major disaster for people nearby them, volcanoes do one good thing: helping to cool the planet by sending sun-reflecting chemicals into the stratosphere. Now two Harvard engineers are trying to replicate the better part of the volcanic process on a small scale by spraying …

Environmental hazards of aluminum to plants, invertebrates, fish, and wildlife.

1996;145:1-127.<p>1National Biological Service, Patuxent Environmental Science Center, Laurel, MD 20708, USA.<p>Abstract<p>Aluminum is extremely common …

Aluminium - (Al) - Chemical properties, Health and Envrionmental effects

The name aluminum is derived from the ancient name for alum (potassium aluminum sulphate), which was alumen (Latin, meaning bitter salt). Aluminum …

Is Monsanto Trying To Kill Us With GMO Frankenfoods?

Monsanto is the same company that manufactured DDT, Agent Orange, PCB, dioxin and aspartame. Cancer is being linked to PCB exposure. Thousands of …

The Dangers of Canola Oil

<b>Poisonous Foods!! What the major Health Food Stores are not telling you about the safety of their health foods.</b><p><b>The Dangers Of Using Canola …

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Mysteries of 'obesity gene' revealed, could yield new ways to fight hunger

An obesity gene that affects one in every six people could be partially treated thanks to a new study that's finally determined how it works. Researchers led by Rachel Batterham at University College London were looking into an obesity gene, known as FTO, and found that it caused people with a …

Why doesn't America invest more in disease prevention than in postdisease treatments? Harvey Fineberg, president of the U.S. Institute of Medicine, identified perhaps more viable reasons, among them the fact that the success of disease prevention is invisible and, in short, lacks drama. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/7c6m

What Causes Sunburns? How does a sunburn effect your body? http://oak.ctx.ly/r/7c9x

Astronomers have detected exotic antimatter particles flying from the sun during solar flares http://oak.ctx.ly/r/7cag

Calories Count Only When Accurately Counted

(ISNS) -- Calories are the most basic nutrition information. They're on every cereal box. But recent scientific evidence implies that those numbers …

6 Children with Rare Disorders Helped by Gene Therapy

Two rare hereditary disorders, one of which kills children within the first few years of life, can be treated with gene therapy, new research from …

"Bath salts," the recently popular stimulant drugs made with synthetic chemicals, may be more addictive than methamphetamine http://oak.ctx.ly/r/7ixb

How Big Is the Average Penis? Science Finds Out http://oak.ctx.ly/r/7iwp

Off the coast of Florida, researchers say they found the venomous lionfish thriving around a sunken ship at 300 feet (91 meters) below the water's surface. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/7l9s "We expected some populations of lionfish at that depth, but their numbers and size were a surprise," researcher Stephanie Green, of Oregon State University, said in a statement.

Much ado about “Caucasian.” (Hint: the term doesn't actually refer to white Europeans and isn't politically correct.) http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/gnxp/2013/07/much-ado-about-caucasian/

Claims about early agricultural practices and how much grain our ancestors ate are apparently full of… manure. Stone Age farmers showed sophisticated use of fertilizers. http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/d-brief/2013/07/15/stone-age-farmers-showed-sophisticated-use-of-fertilizers/

Exploring the challenges of climate control in a Mars habitat via interactive infrared panoramas. How cool is that?! (pun intended) http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/fieldnotes/2013/07/15/the-challenges-of-climate-control-in-a-mars-habitat/