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Modern Times

April 16, 2012

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Following our last issue, which concentrated on our local star, this issue deals with some of the technology stars that make our modern world. One of the major problems with such an issue, we found, is that to do it even close to justice the News In Brief section grew and grew as we researched […]

The Sun, the Earth and the Weather

March 8, 2012

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As you may have noticed there are several differences with the issue this time. First and foremost, much of this issue is concerned with a single subject – our local star, which is heading for a peak of activity due next year. Chances are that this issue and other similar coverage will be all you […]

Changes this issue

February 13, 2012

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As we mentioned with the last issue, there have been changes here at Changed Times for this issue and more yet to come. The main change for this issue willl be the ones very few of our readers will see, although you will notice that our News In Brief section has been moved. This time […]

Six billion dollars well spent

January 13, 2012

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The New Year is already turning out to be a good one for science. Already, early though it is in the lifespan of the Large hadron Collder, we can say that this massive and costly experiment is well worth the money and effort spent on it.

Magical “science” and scientific magic

December 14, 2011

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In the week that we finally have the first inklings of what might one day be a result in the search for the Higg’s boson from CERN and the European Space Agency gives up on the ill-fated and ill-named “Phobos-Grunt” Russian mission to Mars we discover yet another example of the ludicrous in pseudoscience.

Citizen Journalism, Citizen Science

November 30, 2011

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New Format With any luck, we finally have a structure for Changed Times that may well work, in terms of being simple to manage and simple for readers to use and run through.

Life, Uranium and 3D Printing

November 21, 2011

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Moving on to our second week of operation, we have – as the 34 readers who caught us in week one will know – added pictures to the articles. This includes those written last time, so the consistency of our look and feel should be fairly reasonable.