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Marvel Finally Has a Truly Amazing Female Superhero Lead. Meet “The Greenlighter.”

It’s hardly news that the box office has been inundated lately with buff men in tight suits who just love to save the world. It’s also, sadly, hardly …

Box Office: 'Ant-Man' Opens With Tiny (For Marvel) $58M Weekend

<b>Bad news folks! Whenever a Marvel Cinematic Universe Movie opens to below $60 million, Thanos gets an Infinity Stone!</b><p>Walt Disney and Marvel’s <i>Ant-Man</i> got off to a solid start with a $58 million debut weekend. It is not a little amusing that the two smallest opening weekends in the Marvel Cinematic …

Meet the Mumbai neurosurgeons who use surgery to cure mental illness

While a majority of neurosurgeons and psychiatrists seek more research before surgery is considered to treat psychiatric disorders, a few doctors are …

Is Addiction A Habit Or A Disease?

“The brain would be useless if it weren’t highly changeable,” Dr. Marc Lewis, author of the upcoming book <i>The Biology of Desire: Why Addiction is Not</i> …

Drug Addiction

New Pluto Photos Contain Multitude of Mysteries

Scientists are stunned at the incredible new images of the surface of Pluto, its largest moon Charon and its farthest-flung moon Hydra, which are …

Funded Scientists Discover Tenth Planet

A planet larger than Pluto has been discovered in the outlying regions of the solar system.<p>The planet was discovered using the Samuel Oschin …

The New York Times' 1920 Editorial Mocking Space Travel Remains a Classic

Sick burn.<p>It appeared in a brief "Topics of the Times" commentary: "A Severe Strain on Credulity." The source of this incredulousness was none other than Robert H. Goddard, the rocketry pioneer and Goddard Space Flight Center namesake, who had dare propose under the auspices of the Smithsonian …

A space rock worth $5.4 trillion is flying by Earth this weekend — here's how to watch

Underneath the surface of some asteroids is a treasure trove of a type of mineral, called platinum, that is rare on Earth but extremely lucrative — 1,000 cubic centimeters of platinum is worth close to $1 million. And asteroids have a lot more than that in addition to other rare and precious …

UFO ‘Mothership’ Sighted Near Sun In NASA Images, Ship Is ‘Size Of Idaho’ Researcher Claims

A prominent online UFO researcher claims to have spotted a massive UFO mothership, apparently on a collision course with Earth’s sun, on an image …

Could ‘leaked UFO photos taken from US submarine in 1971’ prove existence of aliens?

<b>PHOTOGRAPHS revealing bizarre UFOs claimed to have been taken by a US Navy submarine crew have been hailed as the best EVER evidence of</b> …

Govs Order National Guard Members to Arm Themselves

The governors of five states ordered have ordered National Guard recruiters to arm themselves, and Florida temporarily moved all the state's …

The True Story of the Soviet Engineer Who Became a Spy and Saved the Federal Government $1 Billion

A KH-11 ‘Keyhole’ spy satellite costs, give or take, around $2 billion. In 1979, the US Air Force estimated that Soviet engineer Adolf Tolkachev had</i> …

New Horizons Won't Be The Only Spacecraft At Our Solar System's Edge

Now that it's sailed beyond Pluto, what comes next for NASA' s New Horizons spacecraft?<p>NASA says the probe will continue its mission into the Kuiper Belt, the vast region of primordial debris that encircles our solar system.<p>It will be lonely out there for sure. But maybe not as lonely as you might …

Global Warming Will Destroy The Earth In The End

We like to think of our planet as perfect for life, having met all the conditions we know of for life to exist, flourish and thrive for billions of years. After all, here on Earth, with our not-too-thick and not-too-thin atmosphere, we’ve got liquid water on our surface, made possible by the …