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The Future of Heroes of the Storm questioning Blizzard's evolution

The Future of Heroes of the Storm MOBA by Blizzard Entertainment, which brings together heroes of Diablo, Starcraft, Warcraft and Overwatch begins to look grim. Blizzard's President J. Allen Brack and Chief Development Officer Ray Gresko said today that the company is shifting development resources from Heroes of the Storm and is putting these developers on other projects. In a …

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Scientists stabbed cactus spines into flesh to study evolution

A single bouncing cholla spine contains half a pound of meat. Photo: L. Brian Stauffer One advantage of working at a university with an agricultural school is the availability of meat. This is especially useful if you need something to stab cactus spines. The scientists were not as interested in the flesh as in pinpointing the relationship between the structure …

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WWE Evolution Results, Review, Notes: Women deliver epic show in an unparalleled pay-per-view

WWE entered the historic pay-per-view show of all women to testify to how far the feminine wrestler's performance has progressed. Instead, WWE Evolution may have provided a new template for the presentation of key PPV shows. With a perfect mix of legends, current superstars and promising wrestlers that could represent the future of the company very well, the card was …

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Everything we know about Melmetal, the latest Pokemon Evolution – BGR

The Pokemon Company has been giving us clues to the new Pokemon species Meltan in recent weeks, but it seems that the puzzle is finally solved. In a video update, professors Willow and Oak confirmed that Meltan, as previously indicated, is the first mythical Pokémon capable of evolution. The updated page for the evolved creature reveals that Melmetal did not …

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WWE SmackDown Results, summary, grades: Historic match set for Evolution, World Cup field is growing

As a result of Super Show-Down, which took place last Saturday in Australia, there is much to expect in the near future. On October 28th, two pay-per-view events will take place with the historic All-Women's Evolution event, followed closely by Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia on November 2nd. Both put SmackDown Live on full swing on Tuesday night, highlighted by …

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Less Predictable Environment May Have Spurred Human Evolution

A progressively drying climate punctuated by variable weather episodes may have precipitated the transition from our hominin ancestors to anatomically modern humans Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) . 19659002] Since the discovery of a great assemblage of human fossils as well as stone tools and other archeological evidence in the rift valley of East Africa, a region …

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Drier, less predictable environment may have had human evolution – ScienceDaily

A progressively drying climate punctuated by variable weather episodes may have precipitated the transition from our hominin ancestor to anatomically modern humans, according to research published on Oct. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) . Since the discovery of a rich assemblage of human fossils as well as stone and other archeological evidence in the rift valley The …

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Dryer, less predictable environment may have spurred human evolution

During the dry season, evaporating water leaves behind trona crystals growing on Lake Magadi lakebed. The drilling rig used in this study towers above the dry lakebed in the background. Credit: Robin Renaut      A progressively drying climate punctuated by variable weather episodes may have precipitated the transition from our hominin ancestor to anatomically modern humans, according to research published …

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Nobel Prize in chemistry for the use of evolution to help people

The Nobel Prize for Chemistry Winners: Frances Arnold, George Smith and Gregory Winter Niklas Elmehed To Sam Wong The Nobel Prize for Chemistry has been awarded three scientists who have used the power of evolution to develop biological molecules with useful applications. Frances Arnold, at Caltech in the US, developed a way to control the development of enzymes to make …

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Rare fossils reveal the evolution of a bird-like dinosaur • Earth.com

During an expedition to Xinjiang, China, an international research team discovered a completely new kind of dinosaur along with a second new intermediate species. Xiyunykus pengi and Bannykus wulatensis are Alvarezaurs, an enigmatic group of dinosaurs that share many features of birds. They have slender bodies with a bird-like skull that contains many small teeth – a contrast to the …

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