One article that I found was very interesting to me was called, "So You're Extinct? Scientists Have Gleam in Eye" (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/19/science/earth/research-to-bring-back-extinct-frog-points-to-new-path-and-quandaries.html?pagewanted=2&_r=0&ref=science). One reason this article stuck out to me was because I am very interested in animals. My major is Zoology right now, and one career that is interesting to me is going out in the field and studying species. Heck, throughout my life I have asked for pet toucans, flying squirrels, prairie dogs and penguins, although I never got any of those. This article really got to me because I think it would be fascinating to bring back animals that have been extinct for long periods of time. The article mentions bringing back animals such as arctic elephants, like a woolly mammoth, which in return, would create permafrost that could hold up to three times as much carbon as all the rain forests combined. While there are some arguments about the ethics and regulations of this procedure, personally I think recreating extinct species would be great, and very interesting.
The woolly mammoth is one animal that scientists are hoping to bring back to life.
Other interesting articles that I found were, North Korea Threatens U.S. Military Bases in the Pacific, which wrote about the escalating tensions between the United States and North Korea, including a one hour air-raid drill that occurred this morning. Another article was New Reasons to Change Light Bulbs, which talk about how LED lights last 25 times longer than standard CFL lights, even though they are more expensive, and how LED are more efficient as they utilize between 600%-1200% more electricity, which is usually just wasted as heat in standard lights. The article goes on to talk about more advantages to purchasing an LED light bulb over any others.