Newly Discovered Sand Spider Threatened by Mining

January 11, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Photo by Yael Olek, courtesy of the University of Haifa While conducting research in the Sands of Samar in the southern Arava region of Israel, a team from the department of biology at the University of Haifa-Oranim discovered a new species of sand spider. The spider, which has a leg span larger than five inches, is thought to be the largest of its type native to the Middle East

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Builders’ Show Presents "The Most Innovative Home Never Built"

January 11, 2010 by  
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Every year the home builders get together for the monster International Home Builders Show; last year they moved it to Las Vegas because Orlando wasn’t big enough, just in time for the biggest meltdown of the residential construction industry ever.

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Transit Use Boom, but in Some Surprising Cities

November 22, 2009 by  
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Transit use boomed from 2006-2008, but not in traditionally transit-friendly areas. This shows hope for more transit use in traditionally car-oriented places in the US in the future

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