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The Mile High Mystery object
UFO Over Denver Filmed By News Crew: Mile High Mystery Object Baffles Experts And Appears At Same Time Every Day [PHOTOS AND VIDEO]
Nov 16, 2012 18:02 PM E
An unidentified flying object has been spotted in the Denver area around noon several days a week for the past month. A local news affiliate went to investigate and caught the image on tape.
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When Is The Apocalypse? December 21 Mayan Prediction Explained [VIDEO]
Nov 13, 2012 19:37 PM E
When is the Mayan apocalypse? Here's why the world might end on December 21, 2012.
Bloomberg
NYC Gas Rationing: Mayor Bloomberg Tells People 'Get Used To It'
Nov 09, 2012 13:52 PM E
NYC gas rationing may be here to stay, Mayor Bloomberg said
Commuters make their way across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, October 31, 2012. Millions across the Northeast will attempt to resume their normal lives on Wednesday as companies, markets and airports reopen despite grim projections of power and mass tr
Hurricane Sandy: Was Global Warming The Cause? [EXCLUSIVE]
Oct 31, 2012 14:18 PM E
After former vice president Al Gore put out a statement on Tuesday blaming the intensity of Hurricane Sandy on global warming, scientists are debating how much climate change affected the severity of the storm. The answer isn't simple, says Dr. Debra Tillinger.
Winter weather doesn't need to mean high heating bills.
Winterizing Your Home: 60 Tip Checklist For Saving Energy And Money
Oct 15, 2012 10:49 AM E
Winter is almost upon us, and so are high winter heating bills. Use this list of 60 tips to check off all the things you need to do to get ready for the arrival of Old Man Winter.
Scientists Create Elusive Element 113
Sep 26, 2012 13:19 PM E
Japanese scientists have succeeded in creating the long-sought after element 113, one of the elements missing from the periodic table.
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Big Chill, Not Big Bang, Created Universe According To New Theory
Aug 22, 2012 21:28 PM E
The Big Bang Theory might just get replaced by the Big Chill Theory. Physicists at the University of Melbourne in Australia believe the Big Bang was actually a phase change between an amorphous, fluid-like universe into the crystalline, solid universe we know today.
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Beyond the God Particle: CERN Scientists Search for a New World in SUSY
Aug 10, 2012 14:17 PM E
CERN scientists who recently dazzled the world with their unfathomably important discovery of the holy grail of physics-- the once-fabled, now-confirmed God particle that could very well be the most simple, fundamental building block of the entire universe-- are now on a joinery to chart an unmapped, undiscovered world of particles that could very ...
The sun provides all our energy needs with one hour of energy. Researchers are getting closer to harvesting all that power.
Solar Cell Sets World-Record For Efficiency, 37% Increase From Previous Record Holder
Aug 02, 2012 17:02 PM E
Researchers from the University of Toronto and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology have developed a solar cell that set a world record for efficiency. The cell utilizes colloidal quantum dot (CQM) films that blend organic and inorganic chemistry, a breakthrough that allows for low-cost mass production on the level of paint or ink.
The University ofTennessee Space Institute
Space Institute’s Laser May Provide Out-Patient Tumor Removal
Jul 24, 2012 18:20 PM E
University of Tennessee researchers have developed a laser technology that can locate, map and non-invasively eliminate malignant tumors in the body. The Center for Laser Applications at UT’s Space Institute in Tullahoma said in a press release the laser goes on a “seek and destroy” mission for tumors.
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What Does the Higgs Boson Sound Like? A Cuban Dance Rhythm
Jul 10, 2012 18:01 PM E
In the midst of the excitement over the monumental discovery of the mystery particle, scientists at CERN are having a little fun playing with the data that makes up the scientific sighting. They've converted the data into music so anyone can 'hear' the sound of the Higgs.
shadow of an atom
World's First Picture of the Shadow of a Single Atom
Jul 05, 2012 22:06 PM E
It takes a true photographer's patience to wait five years for the perfect shot. That's how long it took a team of scientists to snap a picture of an atom's shadow - the first ever photo of such a phenomenon.
ATLAS detector CERN
CERN's Large Hadron Collider Produces New Particle, But Is It the Higgs?
Jul 04, 2012 15:43 PM E
Two independent detectors at the Large Hadron Collider - the gigantic underground particle collider housed outside Geneva, Switzerland - have found evidence of a 'Higgs-like' particle. The announcement was met with cheers and whistles as the auditorium at CERN erupted with excitement.
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Tevatron Data Strengthens Hints of the Higgs Boson
Jul 02, 2012 18:02 PM E
As the world waits for CERN scientists to reveal whether they have enough data to claim a true discovery of the elusive particle, physicists at Fermilab have released their own data analysis after combing through 500 trillion collisions created over more than a decade.
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