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LAST WEEK'S WORLD SCIENCE EMAIL
NEWSLETTER

* Possible dinosaur-bird missing link found:
It's not the first bird-like dinosaur ever found --
but it is the closest yet found to the actual
dinosaur ancestor of birds, researchers say.

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* Science in Images - A more life-friendly Mars:
Most Mars photos show a rocky, dry-looking land-
scape. This is another view: an area of the planet
that researchers think might have once been
habitable. They plan to explore further.

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* Another record: biggest blast ever in our
galaxy:
The most powerful explosion in our galaxy ever
recorded occurred recently when an exotic star's
magnetic field snapped, astronomers say.

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* New robots walk nearly like humans:
An older robot does it too, but it used 10 times as
much energy as humans do, researchers say; that is
changing.

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* Brain doesn't have universal language rules,
researchers claim:
Some researchers argue that language is more like
a creation of itself than a creation of our brains.

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