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New Mars clay study suggests planet was too dry, hot for life

A new study of magma-formed Martian clay by French and US scientists suggests that Mars possibly never had free-flowing water. The new study contradicts previous studies that suggested the early environment of Mars had water believed essential for life.

Special tour inside Crossroads Art Center Special

Baker City - The Crossroads Art Center in Baker City, Oregon provides a welcoming atmosphere for people who want to actively participate in the arts, whether taking a class or admiring the display of new art.

Crossroads Art Center hosts prestigious ceramics exhibition Special

Baker City - On July 6, the Crossroads Art Center in Baker City, Oregon proudly hosted a First Friday open art show featuring the Missoula Art Museum’s traveling exhibition of contemporary ceramics “Persistence in Clay: Contemporary Ceramics in Montana”.

The Dirt Drugstore: Clay Kills Bacteria

Everything old is new again or the person who tells you to eat dirt may have your health in mind, A study shows that a French clay has medicinal uses, for example, this clay has been shown to be effective against a "flesh-eating" bug (M. ulcerans)

Artist Repopulates His Hometown with Clay Figures

Alejandro Santiago on his return from living in Paris wondered where all the people in his hometown had gone. Most left seeking a new life in the United States. He is placing clay figures to repopulate his hometown.

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