With leap years every 4 years, our days drift from the time counted out by the Sun, but only measured over centuries. So leap years are lessened to non-centuries divisible by 4 and centuries divisible by 400.

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Oscar Pistorious has been making great strides for the cause of prosthetic limbs but was banned from competing in the 2008 Olympics, after a scientific study concluded that he actually had an advantage because of his artificial feet.

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Testing may not be just a way to evaluate students, but actually help them learn. It has been found that testing increases understanding and memory retention.

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The discovery of the Archaeopteryx in the late 19th century caused a great uproar in both the scientific community and society at large. The majority of the scientific community accepted that birds had originated from dinosaurs, many were against it.

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The recent North American International Auto Show showcased many green and clean concept cars, trucks, vans and SUVs to meet your future needs.

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How far along are we? Can we grow our own organ?

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Researchers glow green with pride after winning the Nobel Prize.

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Although it is common to say “he/she is so cute,” researchers have found that smell plays an important role in the art of attraction for both animals and humans.

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"It's not you, it's me." This dreaded phrase is often heard during breakups, but could research in hormones actually backup this claim?

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Chinook winds are a type of wind that comes to Alberta, over the Rocky Mountains, about 30 days a year. A Chinook is a warm, dry wind that can melt and evaporate snow.

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