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Big Ideas Gets a Bit Bigger

Inside Flipboard / June 23, 2014<p>We’ve got a special place for people aspiring to make the world better: it’s called Big Ideas. This category, which …

The Week in Review: What Defines an American?

In 1993, 12-year-old Jose Antonio Vargas boarded a flight in his native Philippines and landed in the United States, where he’s lived ever since as …

PS3 Emulator For PC: 'RPCS3' Plays Games At Acceptable Fps! [VIDEO] Xbox 360 Emu 'Xenia' Shows Remarkable Progress!

It is finally here, PC gamers! A real working PS3 emulator for the PC has arrived and we've got some videos of the PS3 emulator RPCS3 playing the …

Milky Way Has The Mass Of 800 Billion Suns, Study Finds

Weighty matters<p>Astronomers have performed yet another checkup on our home galaxy, this time asking it to step on a scale. The Milky Way has a mass equal to 800 billion suns, according to the team of researchers from Europe, Canada and the U.S. The team also found there's a 95 percent chance that …

Universe

The "first man-made biological leaf" could enable humans to colonise space

<b>Dezeen and MINI Frontiers:</b> RCA graduate Julian Melchiorri says the synthetic biological leaf he developed, which absorbs water and carbon dioxide to …

A Lick Of The Tongue Changes This Ice Cream’s Color

By the time you're done, it's like a whole new ice cream.<p>At first, it’s a delightful shade of periwinkle blue. Then, it turns into a lilac purple before settling on a vibrant magenta.<p>No, these aren’t the stages of your old mood ring. Believe it or not, this is the colorful transformation of the new …

Ice Cream

End of chemotherapy within 20 years as pioneering DNA project launched

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Food Firsts: Cheese

Popular Science Blogs<p>Boxplot<p>Exploring the world of science through graphic narrative. By Maki Naro<p>Cheese is one of those foods that has been around for so long, we're not really sure how long it has been around. Given that milk curdles if you look at it funny, it's not hard to imagine that cheese …

Genetic disorders: 'It is devastating to watch your child lose every ability'

Lewis was fine until the age of two-and-a-half. A lively toddler, brilliant at sports, he gave his parents no cause for concern. But then began a decline that was both swift and brutal. At first he began to limp. Then one morning his legs gave way. He began to have fits. Six months later he was …

Terrawatch: The everlasting fire

Approaching the summit of Mount Wingen in New South Wales, Australia, walkers are confronted with the acrid smell of sulphur fumes and smoke seeping from cracks in the ground.<p>The earliest European explorers and settlers assumed Burning Mountain, as it is commonly known, was a volcano, and it wasn't …

Tapping Into Musical Memory

Proper medical care can greatly reduce lethality of Ebola virus

As international medical providers warned Friday that the<p>Ebola virusthreatened to rage "out of control" in West Africa, a top U.S. health official said that proper medical care and infrastructure could greatly reduce Ebola's lethality.<p>On Friday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of …

Disease

Dinosaur line that became birds shrank incredibly fast, study finds

How did birds emerge from a lineage of large dinosaurs whose clawed feet were planted firmly on the ground? Size really matters, according to a team of scientists that traced the incredibly fast shrinkage along 50 million years of ancient avian evolution.<p>The findings, published in the journal …

Dinosaurs

'Impossible' Space Engine May Actually Work, NASA Test Suggests

It's really starting to look as if an "impossible" space propulsion technology actually works.<p>Researchers at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston …

Mysterious holes in Siberia may be craters of climate change explosions

Holes like this one have been appearing in Siberia — at least three are known so far. There are a couple of theories for what's causing them and both …

Record-breaking cosmic 'magnifying glass' found by Hubble telescope

In a surprising discovery, astronomers have found a faraway galaxy that doubles as a cosmic "magnifying glass." At 9.6 billion light-years away, it could be the most distant such object known to science, NASA announced July 31.<p>Spotted in observations from the Keck Observatory in Hawaii and the …

NASA Touts 2020 Mars Rover's Scientific Gear

Mars Rover

Daniel Radcliffe stampede fears scupper Mexican premiere

Mexico City red-carpet event for Radcliffe's new indie romance, What If, cancelled due to former Harry Potter star's volatile fan base<p>• Daniel Radcliffe shows his devilish side at Comic-Con • Daniel Radcliffe: I turned to alcohol to cope with fear of failure and fame<p>It has been three years since …

9 Movies We Love But Can't Quite Figure Out

There are some movies you watch twice because you love them. And then there are some movies you watch twice in a desperate attempt to understand them. They leave you scratching your head, trying to parse the film's intricate plotline.<p>Despite how confusing or mysterious some of these movies may be, …

Obamacare Cases Move Toward SCOTUS

The latest round of anti-Obama­care law­suits is inch­ing closer to the Su­preme Court.<p>Both the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment and its chal­lengers filed …

Pelosi confronts GOP congressman in rancorous House debate

A heated debate late Friday over security at the southern U.S. border led to a rancorous confrontation on the House floor between House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Rep. Tom Marino, R-Pa.<p>The dustup began when Marino accused Democrats of neglecting the immigration issue when they …

U.S. House passes $694 million border security bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives voted on Friday to crack down on Central American migrants, including unaccompanied children, who are flooding to the U.S. border with Mexico, as lawmakers passed a $694 million border security bill.<p>The 223-189 vote came one …

House Passes Border Bill, Obama Says He'll Go It Alone

House Republicans voted Friday to end an Obama program that allows for discretion in deporting undocumented immigrants who were brought to this country as children, and also approved a budget bill that would make it easier to send migrant children from Central America back home.<p>The bill was one of …

Immigration