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Is comic book movie competition bad for the industry?

<i>Thomas Roach on whether comic book movie competition is bad for the industry….</i><p>The movie industry keeps producing more and more comic book movies, and …

A Secret Code in Google Translate?

A glitch in translating Latin placeholder text is sparking conspiracy theories.<p>Earlier this week security reporter Brian Krebs pointed out an odd glitch in Google Translate. It had to do with the service’s treatment of “Lorem Ipsum” placeholder text—the string of Latin words that people use to …

Here's How To Watch The Ticking Timebomb Icelandic Volcano Sitting Under 700M Of Ice That Could Disrupt Air Travel Across Europe

The situation under Bárðarbunga, the volcano below an ice sheet in Iceland that threatens to blow, remains unsettled.<p>The Icelandic Meteorological Office on Monday upgraded the threat level at Bárðarbunga to orange, the second-highest threat level for the volcano. In one dark scenario if the volcano …

Scientists Find Remnants of One of Universe's Oldest Stars—And It's Huge

The earliest stars may have been several hundred times as massive as the sun.<p>After digging around in the light from an old, orange star, astronomers have found possible remnants of one of the universe's first stars: a giant that may have been more than 140 times as massive as the sun.<p>The finding, …

This lizard's DNA might hold the key to regenerating human tissue

The humble green anole has but a few claims to fame: it was featured on the cover of the very first <i>Animorphs</i> book, and it can self-amputate and regrow its tail after coming face to face with a predator. It's that latter ability that's tickled the scientific community's fancy (though c'mon, <i>Animorphs</i> …