Christiane Craig

35 Flips | 6 Magazines | 5 Likes | 2 Following | @Christiane1181 | I live in Anchorage Alaska most of my life. I did move to Virgina and West Virginia for under two years. I am now a mother of a beautiful little girl named Angelina we call her Angel.������

Where did the Deepwater Horizon oil go? To Davy Jones' Locker at the bottom of the sea

News Release 14-143<p><b>New analysis traces oil to its resting place on the Gulf of Mexico sea floor</b><p>Oil remains in the Gulf of Mexico more than four years …

Iraqis mourn destruction of ancient Assyrian statues

<b>Baghdad</b> - On Baghdad’s al-Mutanabi street, Iraqis mourned the destruction of 3,000-year old statues in Mosul almost as if they’d been alive.<p>"I’m so upset I can’t speak about it," said an old friend, her eyes filling with tears.<p>The huge statues of winged bulls with human heads at the gates of …


Are humans getting cleverer?

<b>IQ is rising in many parts of the world. What's behind the change and does it really mean people are cleverer than their grandparents?</b><p>It is not unusual for parents to comment that their children are brainier than they are. In doing so, they hide a boastful remark about their offspring behind a …

The Brain

Looted Iraqi Museum in Baghdad reopens 12 years on<p><b>Iraq's national museum has officially reopened in Baghdad, 12 years after it was closed in the aftermath of the US-led invasion.</b><p>Many of the …

UN Security Council

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From The Archives: Designing Products For Aliens

More than 60 years ago, MIT students got the coolest assignment of all time<p>In the October 1952 issue of <i>Popular Science</i>, we wrote about the fascinating, but strange, project spearheaded by 20 MIT students. They were tasked with designing new products to export to the Methanians. Before you go …


UFO Sightings Share This Before Washington Shuts This Down!! Disclosure Is Now!

12 of the Scariest places you never want to visit

Most Unbelievable footage of Japanese Tsunami I have seen so far (taken from helicopter)

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WOW Flying Alien Filmed Over India

During Japan Tsunami a strange creature was caught on camera - real footage

Skin-Implanted Microchips Open Doors At Swedish Office Complex

It's the cyberpunk dystopia we were promised<p>To hear biohacker Hannes Sjoblad talk about it, getting a radio frequency identification (RFID) chip installed under your skin is like an inoculation against obsolescence. As seen in a short video from the BBC, workers in a Swedish office complex called …


NASA Cuts Live ISS Video Feed As UFO Appears (Actual NASA Footage)

NASA was recently accused of cutting their live feed from the International Space Station (ISS) just as an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) was …

NASA Finds Mysterious Bright Spot on Dwarf Planet Ceres: What Is It?

A strange, flickering white blotch found on the dwarf planet Ceres by a NASA spacecraft has scientists scratching their heads.<p>The white spot on Ceres …


Rosetta spacecraft makes first close analysis of comet 67P dust coating

Spacecraft observations of tiny grains collected by Cosima instrument find them to be fragile, rich in sodium and contain smaller inter-planetary particles<p>The Rosetta spacecraft has made the first detailed observations of the dusty coating that formed on comet 67P on its journey through the distant …


Scientists predict artificial 'homes' in space will have to a become a reality

Will interstellar space travel save humanity? Scientists predict artificial ‘homes’ in space will have to a become a reality - and say ‘warp drives’ …

Space Travel

Bill Nye's Experimental Wind Sail Spacecraft Launches Today

Time to go solar sailing<p>UPDATE: May 20, 2015: The light sail launch will take place sometime between 10:45 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. EDT today from Cape Canaveral, Florida aboard an Atlas V rocket. The weather in Florida is mostly clear. You can watch the launch here.<p>Solar power has been a common fixture …

How holograms can help NASA explore Mars

NASA has gotten really good at successfully landing robots on Mars, but we're still decades away from getting humans there. Thanks to a new partnership with Microsoft, the space agency is about to bridge the gap between robot and human exploration by using immersive augmented reality.<p>Windows …

Wait for It: New Horizons Probe Snaps Pictures of Pluto

Solar System

SpaceX and Boeing are on their way to launching US astronauts, NASA says

The agency will use the partnership to end dependency on Russia<p>New details about NASA's Commercial Crew Program were revealed today during a press conference held at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. Both SpaceX and Boeing have completed the first milestones in their plans to send humans into …

Space Travel

How 3-D printing made the perfect prosthetic legs for Derby the dog

Rapid prototyping and dual-material printing FTW.<p>You should see this dog run. Derby was born with deformed front legs, but recently received a pair of 3-D printed prosthetics, which he is quite good at maneuvering in:<p>3-D printing experts often talk about how helpful printers are for rapid …


World First: Man Controls Two Prosthetic Arms With His Mind

Doctors wired them right into his nerves<p>Until recently, losing both arms in an accident would probably have meant the end of a patient's two-fisted grip. Not so for Leslie Baugh, the first shoulder-level double amputee to wear and control two complex, mind-controlled prosthetic limbs.<p>Baugh isn't …

Medical Technology

CES 2015: The Internet Of Pets

New technology connects Fluffy to the cloud, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi<p>At CES, there's no shortage of products to track your wellness, steps, even vital signs. So why not get your pets in on the game? A new breed of connected technology aims to boost Sparky's health and safety, and help him have a little …


Your Guide To The 3-D Printed Universe

Additive manufacturing can make almost anything, from fun experiments to paradigm-shifters. Here's how the innovations stack up.<p>What was a niche prototyping tool 25 years ago is fast becoming a globally competitive manufacturing method. Today’s 3-D printing industry is worth well over $2 billion, …


When Will Humanity Finally Pull The Plug On Power Cords?

Look, ma, no wires!<p>In the mobile age, we're largely unfettered by wires, thanks in no small part to Wi-Fi, cellular networking, and the rise of laptops, smartphones, and tablets. But one thin tether keeps us perennially bound: power. Though battery technologies have improved, we still need to …

Wireless Charging

Laser-Blasted Metal Forms A Self-Cleaning Non-Stick Surface

The technique could make faster vehicles and improve sanitation in the developing world<p>Water, the key to life on our planet, can sometimes be one of our greatest enemies – especially when it comes to its interactions with metals. Air moisture triggers the formation of rust and corrosion on metal …


Spy Drones Expose Smithfield Foods Factory Farms