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Nefertiti the Space Spider
Space Spider Dies in D.C. After 100 Days On International Space Station [VIDEO]
Dec 06, 2012 11:22 AM E
Nefertiti, a Johnson Jumping spider, died of natural causes at a Washington D.C. museum after spending 100 days in space. She was sent into orbit as part of a student-inspired science project.
John Wayne Gacy Jr.
John Wayne Gacy’s Blood: How The Deceased Serial Killer's Blood May Solve Cold Cases
Dec 03, 2012 15:55 PM E
Serial killer John Wayne Gacy's blood is being used to create a DNA profile for a nationwide database to enable law enforcement officials to tie unsolved murders to the killer. The technique is also being applied to other, less famous murderers who were executed before the FBi created their own database of DNA information.
CFLs and LEDs Could Be Obsolete
Plastic Light Bulb: Shatterproof, Silent And Twice As Efficient
Dec 03, 2012 13:46 PM E
Researchers at Wake Forest University have developed a plastic light bulb that could replace those buzzing fluorescents above your head.
Water Ice deposits on Mercury
Water Ice on Mercury: NASA Findings Change How We Look For Life
Nov 29, 2012 15:49 PM E
The discovery of water ice on Mercury by the MESSENGER space probe is changing the way NASA scientists look for life throughout our solar system. Today's announcement confirmed a more than 20-year old theory about the presence of water ice in Mercury's craters.
The enormous vortex
Huge Saturn Vortex: Cassini Probe Captures Swirling Storm [PHOTOS]
Nov 29, 2012 13:29 PM E
A 15,000 mile storm was photographed by the Cassini space probe as it passed over a huge vortex on Saturn's north pole. The photos are just the latest in a series of important discoveries made by the eight-year-old probe.
Poison Pen
North Korean Assassination Weapons: Poison Pens, Flashlight Gun Used By Assassin; How Do They Work? [VIDEO & PICS]
Nov 27, 2012 06:38 AM E
North Korean Assassination Weapons: Poison Pens, Flashlight Gun used by Korean Assassin in terror plot foiled by intelligence officer. Here is how they work.
Mars Cave
Mars Cave Exploration Looks Underground For Life
Nov 26, 2012 11:16 AM E
NASA has used every rover it sent to MArs to explore the surface. But scientists and researchers say the best hope for finding life on the Red Planet comes from exploring the caves beneath it.
This could be your new A/C if you hit the Powerball jackpot.
$425 Million Jackpot: How To Up Your Odds Of Winning [VIDEO]
Nov 25, 2012 11:04 AM E
With a $425 million Powerball jackpot spreading lottery fever across the U.S., people are buying tickets like never before. If you're among the millions looking to hit it big then you want to find out how to play smart and use math to your advantage.
Sandy Island gets un-discovered.
Google Maps Island Does Not Exist; ‘Sandy Island’ Just A Phantom
Nov 23, 2012 14:06 PM E
Sandy Island, a 15-mile stretch of sand in the Pacific Ocean featured on Google Maps, as well as other sources going back at least a decade, actually doesn't exist according to Australian researchers who went to look for it.
curiosity mars rover
Rover's Big Discovery: Have We Found Life On Mars?
Nov 21, 2012 15:01 PM E
NASA Curiosity rover's mobile SAM lab made a remarkable discovery. Is there finally evidence of microbial life on Mars?
ar drone
Consumer Drone Brings Spy Tech To The Masses For Under $300
Nov 21, 2012 09:52 AM E
The Parrot AR Drone 2.0 brings spying technology to the masses for less than $300.
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.
Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor Stealth Fighter
F-22 Fighter Jet Crashes In Florida Base: Air Force Denies Oxygen System Failure
Nov 16, 2012 14:35 PM E
U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor
Nabano no Sato Light Show
'Tunnel Of Lights': Stunning Japan Light Show Boasts 5.8 Million LED Bulbs [PHOTO & VIDEO]
Nov 11, 2012 16:27 PM E
"Tunnel of Lights," the best light show in the country, wows tourists with its incredible LED garden exhibits. Check out photos and video of the gorgeous attraction here.
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