Space & Earth
- Suicide Rates Rising With US Spending On Science And Technology: Are The Two Related?
- May 17, 2014 14:53 PM E
- The strong statistical link between U.S. spending on science, technology, and space with rising suicides in America represents what some call a "spurious connection."
- Skeleton Found By Cave Divers Estimated To Be One Of The Oldest In North America
- May 15, 2014 13:58 PM E
- One of the oldest skeletal structures was found in an underwater cave and has given scientists a new chapter of understanding of human lineage in the challenging search to discover the story of us.
- Scientists Developing Robotic Arms To Clean Space Debris
- May 13, 2014 12:41 PM E
- A new bionic arm may offer a solution to the growing threat of space debris in near-Earth orbit.
- Humans Are Only Partially Responsible For Melting Arctic Ice; The Rest Is Natural
- May 11, 2014 13:39 PM E
- A recent study comparing temperatures since 1979, climate models and actual climate behavior, reveals that humans are only partially responsible for the rapidly melting arctic sea ice.
- Sun's 'Long-Lost' Sister Found With Possible Earth-Like Exoplanets
- May 10, 2014 20:08 PM E
- An astronomer says he's found the Sun's long-lost "solar sibling" in a discovery that may offer insight into the genesis of the solar system and life on earth.
- NASA 'Asteroid Lasso' Mission Finds Few Fans In Congress; Other Funding Gets Boost [VIDEO]
- May 10, 2014 16:12 PM E
- NASA's mission to lasso an asteroid and visit it may be slowed by congressional doubts, even as lawmakers push for swift exploration of Mars and one of Jupiter's moon's.
- The Big Bang Theory Now Has An Internet Video: Harvard Scientists Simulation Creation Of The Universe
- May 08, 2014 17:38 PM E
- For the first time, scientists have created a realistic simulation of the universe in the form of a video. It tracks 13 billion years of the universe's past.
- Ancient Crater Found In Canada: Meteorite Thought To Be Responsible For Huge Crater Found In Alberta, Canada
- May 07, 2014 10:30 AM E
- A crater in Canada may have been caused by meteorite strike.
- Star Wars Defense Shield's Could Become Real With The Help Of Radar Technology; May The Fourth Be With You
- May 04, 2014 18:24 PM E
- In anticipation of May the Fourth, a trio of physics students from England have released a paper suggesting the possibility of defensive force fields used by intergalactic fighters.
- Predicting How Volcanoes Will Erupt May Save Millions Of Lives
- May 04, 2014 13:21 PM E
- Understanding the way that volcanoes erupt may help scientists predict where lava will flow, thus saving millions of lives.
- Tiny Black Holes May Harbor Universe's Dark Matter
- May 03, 2014 20:10 PM E
- A pair of Russian scientists suggest the universe is dotted with ubiquitous quantum black holes, each as big as a universe inside.
- Mars' First Inhabitants May Be Bacteria Stowaways On Interplanetary Spacecraft
- May 03, 2014 17:06 PM E
- A trio of new studies shows that some hardy microbes could survive the vacuum of space and colonize Mars, raising concerns that stowaway Earthlings could be confused with true extraterrestrial life.
- South African Vredefort Crater May Have Once Been Filled By A Sea Of Magma
- May 03, 2014 15:41 PM E
- Scientists from Western University in Ontario, Canada realized that rocks previously thought to be terrestrial in nature, are actually the result of a meteor’s impact.
- Florida And The South Face Floods And Tornadoes Of Epic Proportions [PHOTOS]
- May 01, 2014 13:01 PM E
- More than two feet of rain inundated coastal Alabama and the Florida panhandle, leaving several dead and residents trying to cope.
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