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2012 solar storm nearly changed life on Earth as we know it
Solar storm near miss in 2012 could have devastated the electrical grid and communications on Earth.
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket soft landing test completed
SpaceX completes successful landing test for Falcon 9 main rocket in Atlantic Ocean.
Orbital Sciences Cygnus spacecraft heads to ISS with supplies
Orbital Sciences successfully sent its Cygnus spacecraft to link up with the ISS with supplies for the crew.
Rats use whiskers like humans use hands, research says
Animals are capable of controlling their whiskers way more than previously thought, akin to how humans use hands find their way through the dark.
Danish, US donors to the rescue as UK faces sperm shortage
There's been a drop in native sperm donors in the United Kingdom, leading to increased imports from the USA and Denmark.
Scientists say after spending $10 billion: the universe doesn't exist
After spending $10 billion, decades of research and the latest technology, scientists say the universe doesn't, or shouldn't exist.
NASA and amateur astronomers work to put old satellite back on task
NASA is working with a team of amateur scientists to communicate with an old satellite zipping past the Earth and put it back on its original mission.
SETI researchers claim alien life could be discovered in next 20 years
SETI researchers say if they have enough funding alien life could be discovered in the next two decades with six planets being focused on.
Global warming, one of the biggest scams in the history of humanity
Global warming isn't just man-made, but extends out into the solar system.
NASA considers sending greenhouse to Red Planet in 2021
NASA hopes to launch a greenhouse project to mars in mid-2020, for a 2021 landing.
NASA is looking for a new way to kill bacteria
NASA is looking for new ways to destroy bacteria on spacecraft to prevent any potential infection of other planets with life from Earth.
Super Planet Crash is the best physics-based game on the internet
Have you ever wanted to build your own solar system? Super Planet Crash does just that, and it's much harder than you think!
NASA confirms another cooling issue aboard the ISS
NASA says ISS has a new coolant system problem, crew is in no danger.
Scientists create pill that make 1000 years flash before your eyes
One day in the future, convicts could take a pill that would make time pass very slowly - as if 1000 years pass within days to them.
NASA Visualization Explorer available for all iOS users
NASA launches Visualization Explorer for iOS devices expanding beyond the iPad.
No sign of Planet X in NASA WISE survey
NASA WISE data shows no evidence of Planet X.
Asteroid passing between Earth and moon is a "non event" says NASA
NASA is keeping an eye on an asteroid passing between the Earth and moon today with 1 in 10,000,000 chance of hitting us.
Scientist use laser beam to control the mind of a fly
Researchers at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute have successfully used a laser beam to control a fly's mind and make it mate with a ball of wax.
Drone ships may change the face of cargo shipping in the next decade
Drone ships of the future would shed human crew for virtual control form dry land and more cargo space.
Fight against veteran brain injury going high tech to change lives
As more soldiers survive initial combat skirmishes, research relating to brain injuries is continuing to evolve at a rapid pace for January 28, 2014.
Bright super nova appears in M82, 12 million light years from earth
12 million years a go, a star in M82 decided it was time to go super nova, and we are now just beginning to see the light show.
Comet ISON partially survives its close encounter with the sun
Comet ISON plunges into the outter reaches of the sun and partially survives.
Chinese scientists use water to create metal, can print it, too
A new 'liquid metal' technology allows circuits to be printed on paper, t-shirts, and much more.
Researchers create world's smallest recreation of Mona Lisa
Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology "paint" worlds smallest rendition of the Mona Lisa just 1/3 the width of a human hair.
What if Superman punched you? Other than it destroying you, you'd be surprised at the science behind it
What exactly would happen if Superman were real, and if he punched you?
Thought the speed of light was fast? NASA is about to get a speeding ticket with their next field test
NASA to soon work on a field test that could break the current speed of light record.
NASA requests $100 million, wants to find an asteroid in space, drag it toward the Moon and send astronauts to study it
NASA wants to find a stray asteroid, pull it toward the Moon and study it.
Saturn V rocket engines recovered from the bottom of the ocean
From the depths of the ocean, rocket engines recovered from the Saturn V rocket.
Inspiration Mars ship will protect inhabitants from radiation with their number ones and twos
Inspiration Mars will use the team's human waste as radiation shields.
The first bionic hand that can feel will soon be here
The first bionic hand that is capable of feeling will be here later this year.
Your next house could be 3D-printed, would take just three weeks to build
3D-printed houses could be next, one design firm claims it could take just 3 weeks to have an entire.
Scientists develop 3D-printed embryonic stem cells, we could soon see lab-made organ transplants a reality
3D-printed embryonic stem cells could eventually lead to lab-made organ transplants.
Star Trek-like 'tractor beam' has been created by scientists
Scientists have created a Star Trek-like 'tractor beam'
Get ready to be able to see if you have a broken bone with your smartphone
Caltech engineers make a microchip capable of seeing through solid objects, could be put in smartpho.
Physicists could prove that we live in a computer simulation, probably without sunglasses, leather and slow-mo
Physicists still think we could live in a holographic universe.
New laser is being constructed, would be powerful enough to tear apart the vacuum of space-time itself
European Commission approves the construction of a new laser that is magnitudes more powerful than c.
Scientists manage to produce gold from a toxic gas by using bacteria, won't help our financial problems
Scientists produce gold from Gold Chloride gas with the help of bacteria, we've finally mastered alc.
Scientists working with nanobots that could one day cure cancer, other diseases
Scientists discover a way to insert nanobots the human body, could eventually lead to a cure for can.
A team of international scientists aim to drill into the Earth's mantle for a cost of $1b+
A group of international scientists aim to drill into the Earth's mantle in the middle of the Pacifi.
Scientists developing injections that are 'completely pain-free', made from frickin' lasers
Scientists developing 'completely pain-free' injections made from lasers.
New camouflage face paint that 'resists intense heat from bombs'
Scientists invent a face paint which protects from heats up to 600*C for up to 15 seconds.
120x faster charging for Lithium Ion batteries thanks to new research
Researchers have created a Lithium Ion battery that charges 30-120 times faster than a standard cell.
"The best meteor shower of the year" is this weekend--don't miss it!
Get out of the house this weekend and look skyward to see "the best meteor shower of the year"
Chinese researchers achieve quantum teleportation, send data across a lake
Quantum teleportation achievement [unlocked], Chinese researchers transport data across a lake.
Chinese researchers teleport photons over 60 miles
Chinese researchers quantum teleport photons over 60 miles.
Scientists make breakthrough that could double human lifespan
Scientists have doubled the lifespan of lab rats and hypothesize that it could transfer to humans.
Into the Universe with Steven Hawking (2010) Blu-ray Movie Review
"I understand this is a difficult concept, but..."
Major New NVIDIA CUDA Release Makes It Faster and Easier to Accelerate Scientific Research With GPUs
Biggest solar flare since 2005 is happening right now
A solar Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) is travelling toward us at 1,400 miles per second.