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Scientists thought the coelacanth went extinct with the dinosaurs until a chance sighting of the bizarre creature happened in 1938. See rare photos and find out how it stayed hidden for so many years.  

  As current events shape Egypt's future, take a look at its rich ancient history, each night on National Geographic Channel.

  For the first time scientists can see the entire sun at once, thanks to a pair of NASA probes called STEREO.

  Test your knowledge of the world's largest and most populous continent.

  Follow our scientists as they launch from Easter Island to explore waters hardly touched by humans.

  Watch the trailer, see photos, and learn more about this powerful tale of a mother and her cubs.

  Donate $5 or more and we'll post your little cat's photo to show your support for big cat conservation.




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  3-D HIV and a fungi forest are among winners of the 2010 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge.

  Hibernating black bears can dramatically lower their metabolism without major drops in body temperature, a surprising new study says.

  Geneticists plan to mine DNA from envelope seals to help identify remains of aviator Amelia Earhart, who vanished over the Pacific in 1937.

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Rise Up and Move: Are You Ready? -- February 23, 2011

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Spiritual Life

Rise Up and Move: Are You Ready?
Kris Swiatocho
So many times God has made huge changes in our lives, but we focus on the things that haven't changed or the things we are still struggling with. Through R.IS.E. you can measure and allow the Lord to reward you for the steps you have made.
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Taming the Monster: Preparing for the Teen Years
Julie Coleman
When my children were little, it seemed like every parent my age was dreading the day their children would become teenagers. To my amazement, those fast paced and crazy years were among the best in our lives.
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Marriage vs. Homeschooling? It Shouldn't Have to be a Tug-of-War
Kimberly Williams
In this interview, Home School Enrichment writer Kimberly Williams talks with Heidi St. John, author of the new book The Busy Homeschool Mom's Guide to Romance.
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School Becomes Curse-free Zone
Kelly Boggs
It is a shame that a public school has to take measures to curb cursing. I believe the best place to police language is the home. However, disrespectful language should not be tolerated anywhere.
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DVD Reviews

Get Low Gets High Marks as Thoughtful Alternative
Christian Hamaker
An uplifting story of guilt, repentance and reconciliation, Get Low stands head and shoulders above most 2010 films.
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This Generation's Planes, Trains & Automobiles Arrives in Due Date
Christa Banister
Much like its 1987 R-rated predecessor Planes, Trains & Automobiles that starred Steve Martin and John Candy, Due Date is the madcap tale of two guys who would never take a cross-country road trip together if extenuating circumstances weren't involved.
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Dreamworks' Megamind a Familiar but Funny Trip
Christian Hamaker
It's deja vu all over again with Megamind, yet another superhero story in which super-villains go to great lengths to undermine the good guys. Think The Incredibles, Despicable Me, Shrek Forever After or... well, we've seen a lot of this sort of story recently.
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Today's Devotional

Created for Kindness (from "Living Love by Dr. Gary Chapman")
In the image of God he created him; male and female he created them (Gen. 1:27).

Ever wonder why being kind is so energizing?
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