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When Dolly the sheep was born 20 years ago, The University of Edinburgh’s famous girl was the first mammal created by way of true cloning. Her embryo was created not using the sex or stem cells of another sheep, but from mature cells taken straight from the donor’s mammary tissue.
Long before wind and solar, water was the nation’s top renewable energy source. Going back some 100 years, the United States built enormous dams — like the Depression-era Hoover Dam in Nevada — to produce tremendous amounts of energy.
Did your basement take a hit in one of the recent summer storms?
It’s no surprise that as Pokemon Go continues to sweep the nation, you’ll see more and more people playing the popular game.
BONHAM — With works ranging from the simple to the sublime and spanning more than a century, the seventh annual Bonham Quilt Hop will be bigger and better than ever this year. The popular event runs from 1 until 4:30 p.m. Friday and from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday at locations throughout Bonham.
Local organist to perform
It’s increasingly clear that the consequences of climate change won’t stop at just heat waves and sea-level rise. Scientists expect numerous social issues to arise around the world as well, such as food shortages, decreased water quality and forced migrations. And many experts now believe that violence, war and other forms of human conflict may be driven or worsened by the effects of climate change.
Prehistoric creatures aren’t exactly renowned for their table manners. Most dinosaurs, for example, were incapable of chewing and had to swallow their food whole. But some ancient eaters were messier than others. And in southwestern Germany, something especially sloppy left severed bird feet strewn about a dense fossil boneyard.