Study of baby Diplodocus skull prompts new theories of dinosaur behavior | Uncommon Descent

We are starting to get so much more information now:Andrew had a short narrow snout, whereas his parents had wide, square snouts. His snout was suited to forests, but his parents would be grazing the ground in open areas.But if adults fed their babies, why would they need to have different teeth

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Wealthier people do less in the struggle against climate change — ScienceDaily

A collective-risk dilemma experiment with members of the public in Barcelona has shown that people are more or less likely to contribute money to fighting climate change depending on their how wealthy they are. And the results indicate that participants with fewer resources were prepared to contribute significantly more to the public good than wealthier people, sometimes up to twice as much.

Source: Wealthier people do less in the struggle against climate change — ScienceDaily

The Troika of Tyranny: The Imperialist Project in Latin America and Its Epigones

The only powers that the world’s hegemon will tolerate are junior partners such as Colombia in Latin America. The junior partner must accept a neoliberal economic regime designed to serve the interests of capital. Structural adjustment of the economy is demanded such that the neoliberal “reforms” become irreversible; so that you can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube. More

Source: The Troika of Tyranny: The Imperialist Project in Latin America and Its Epigones