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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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    MEASURING THE MOON

    Laser light shot at the moon could pinpoint its distance from the Earth. CNS Illustration by Shaffer Grubb. Read the story

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    DEEP-SEA SCAVENGING

    The roots of Osedax frankpressi are filled with bacteria that break down oil in whale skeletons. The bone-devouring worm can only live off dead whales. CNS Photo courtesy of Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. Read the story

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    INSECT PESTS

    One way to get rid of insect pests is to build a better bug. CNS Illustration by Cristina Martinez Byvik. Read the story

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    COUNTER INTELLIGENCE

    Where will people be living by the year 2025? CNS Graphic. Read the story

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    SHARKS AND RAYS

    Scientists don’t know enough about sharks and their cousins, the skates and rays, to help them deal with threats such as over-fishing, pollution and habitat loss. CNS Illustration by Cristina Martinez. Read the story

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    BEAUTY SLEEP

    Jim Polson of Hopedale, Ill., had life-threatening effects of living with sleep apnea before he began to use continuous positive airway pressure treatment at night. The device forces humidified air into his airway to keep it open, so he does not stop breathing while asleep. CNS Photo by Ron Johnson.
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    SLEEP APNEA

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    ACID TEST

    Oceans are absorbing rising levels of carbon dioxide and becoming more acidic. The change could be devastating for organisms that build their skeletons from carbonate ions. These include (clockwise from top) pteropods, foraminifera, coccolithophores and corals. CNS Photos courtesy of Victoria Fabry, Census of Marine Life, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.Read the story

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    FOREST DIRE

    Research biologist Terry McGlynn is hoping to answer questions about rain forests’ role in global warming. CNS Photo by Nadia Borowski Scott.Read the story

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    A GREAT GUTFUL

    The gastrointenstinal tract of southern white rhinos provides a home for the developing larvae of the stomach botfly. If the rhino goes extinct, so will the botfly. CNS Photo courtesy of South African National Parks. Read the story

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    THE CULTURAL EVOLUTION

    At the San Diego Zoo, a bonobo mother and child spend time together. Researchers say humans aren’t the only ones who learn by mimicking their elders. CNS Photo by John Gastaldo.
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    STUFF OF MEMORIES

    - Why we remember and why we forget has long been the province of philosophy, but science is increasingly offering definitive, empirical answers. CNS Illustration by Cristina Martinez Byvik.
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