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Sunday, Oct. 19, 2008
Today's Cool Site...
The latest in science
Science is boring, right? It's one of those subjects we had to endure in high school.
Sadly, many Americans think this way. Science is deemed geeky and dry. And we make fun of scientists on television shows.
If you share this attitude towards science, it's time to change it! After all, science is an important part of our lives.
Science holds the key to our health and well being. And besides, without science, we wouldn't have many of our beloved gadgets.
ScienceNews has been around since 1922. In that time, this award-winning magazine has covered all facets of science.
But you don't need to subscribe. You'll find fresh science stories on its Web site every day. They're sure to kindle a love of science in anyone!
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