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Bryan Feyerherm
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On The Moon For A Lunar Eclipse? | Artist Impression
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Astrophotographer Steve Zigler created this image of Zodiacal light in Death Valley, California. See how he did it here.
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Despite myths about original Strads and Guarneri violins, expert soloists pick new instruments more often in blind tests. The study suggests that perception may cloud listeners' senses in the debate between old and new.
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The bicycle has a complicated past fraught with controversy and misinformation.
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See The Evolution of Film from 1878 to 2014 in Just Three Minutes
www.firstshowing.net

In the short history of filmmaking, the advancement of technology has allowed the face of cinema to change quickly, sometimes with audiences

Polish court ruling allows Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster to reg...
www.rawstory.com

Tweet; Print Friendly and PDF; Email this page. Tweet. A Polish court overturned a previous ruling Tuesday and will allow the Church of the

Nepalese pioneer inducted into ‘Internet Hall of Fame’ for bringing Hima...
www.rawstory.com

Pun was inspired by the Internet in the US, where he studied for university in the early 1990s, and was able to connect his native village o

New TV series ‘Years of Living Dangerously’ connects the dots on climate...
www.rawstory.com

New TV Series 'Years of Living Dangerously' Connects the Dots on Climate Change (via Planetsave). The subject of climate change and global w

Night-Vision Contact Lenses 'Now Possible'
news.sky.com

"A new way to detect light" is discovered by researchers which could be used to create night-vision contact lenses.

Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? New Study Offers Strong Evidence
newswatch.nationalgeographic.com

The zebra's stripes evolved to keep pesky insects at bay, according to the most thorough study to date on the subject.

Dolphin language translated in real-time
www.cnet.com.au

Scientists working on a two-way dolphin communicator have made a breakthrough — their communicator has translated a single whistle in real-t

Absurd Creature of the Week: The 6-Foot Earthworm That Sounds Like a Dra...
www.wired.com

Perhaps Australia's most remarkable creature is a gentle, extremely delicate colossus few have had the privilege of glimpsing: the giant Gip

Absurd Creature of the Week: The Incredible Critter That's Tough Enough ...
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In the microscopic world beneath our feet there lives what is perhaps the toughest creature on Earth: the tardigrade. Also known as the wate

Voracious Worm Evolves to Eat Biotech Corn Engineered to Kill It - Wired...
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One of agricultural biotechnology's great success stories may become a cautionary tale of how short-sighted mismanagement squandered the ben

How to Make a Microscope Out of Paper in 10 Minutes - Wired Science
www.wired.com

A new microscope can be printed on a flat piece of paper and assembled in less than 10 minutes. And the parts to make it cost less than a do

'Godzilla' Trailer Delivers Maximum Destruction
www.rollingstone.com

Bryan Cranston prepares for the worst in first clip for Gareth Edwards' reboot

Packing
journeytotheequator.blogspot.com

Without my 'Tab' button working and the apparent lack of a indent buttong I am forced to start my first post without structure. So, packing.

New study identifies five distinct humpback whale populations in North P...
phys.org

The first comprehensive genetic study of humpback whale populations in the North Pacific Ocean has identified five distinct populations – at

Octopus Suckers Have Groovy Secret for Strength | Octopus Chronicles, Sc...
blogs.scientificamerican.com

Octopus suckers are extraordinary. They can move and grasp objects independently. They can

Watch Earth Spin From Your Browser : DNews
news.discovery.com

Vancouver-based UrtheCast (pronounced “earthcast”) will launch two cameras into orbit today with the immediate goal of streaming images of t

This Is the Man Bill Gates Thinks You Absolutely Should Be Reading - Wir...
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Andreas Laszlo Konrath. “There is no author whose books I look forward to more than Vaclav Smil,” Bill Gates wrote this summer. That's quite

Rice Mill Picture -- Bangladesh Photo -- National Geographic Photo of th...
photography.nationalgeographic.com

See a picture of a rice mill worker taking a rest in Bangladesh, from National Geographic.

Oldest large body of ancient seawater identified under Chesapeake Bay
www.sciencedaily.com

USGS scientists have determined that high-salinity groundwater found more than 1,000 meters (0.6 mi.) deep under the Chesapeake Bay is actua

Most of those outraged by Obamacare enjoy big taxpayer subsidies themsel...
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Why do conservatives have such a visceral hatred of a market-based expansion of health care coverage once championed by the Heritage Foundat