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Individual organisms can evolve during a single lifespan. Evolution only occurs slowly and gradually. Because evolution is slow, humans cannot influence it. Will humans ever stop evolving? Has human evolution stopped? The answer is a definitive no. The only way to truly stop any biological organism from evolving is extinction.Read More →

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It was the fourth lockout in league history and would stretch out for 149 days before players and owners finally reached an agreement. After a year of dipping in and out of discussions, NBA owner put in a work stoppage when the 2005 collective bargaining agreement (CBA) expires. Will thereRead More →

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Myth 1: Touching a cane toad will make you sick or kill you However, it cannot be strategically excreted by the cane toad in any way, shape or form. The toxin is only excreted by force, i.e., squeezing the glands, or by vigorous trauma/shaking. Are toads dangerous to humans? TheyRead More →

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Out of approximately 12,000 houses, only eight remained undamaged — with 4,000 completely destroyed and 4,500 severely damaged. Over 35,000 people were made homeless. Clydebank’s production of ships and munitions for the Allies made it a target (similar to the Barrow Blitz). What was the purpose of the Blitz? HisRead More →

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A membership that pays off: The USA, China and Germany are the countries that benefit the most worldwide from their accession to the WTO. They achieve by far the largest income gains, which are directly attributable to their membership in the trade organization. Do all members benefit equally from WTO?Read More →

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Symptoms can vary from mild to more severe. They may include trouble breathing, poor weight gain, poor feeding, and pale skin. If not treated, it can lead to coronary artery disease, kidneys not working well, high blood pressure in the upper body and low blood pressure in the lower body,Read More →

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Congress passed the Twenty-Third Amendment on June 16, 1960. … The Amendment allows American citizens residing in the District of Columbia to vote for presidential electors, who in turn vote in the Electoral College for President and Vice President. Who proposed the 22nd amendment? It was one of 273 recommendationsRead More →