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Lou Ros’s Paintings of Fading Moments: now on Hi-Fructose: http://hifructose.com/2014/06/23/lou-ross-paintings-of-fading-moments/

NASA moving ahead with asteroid-capture plan, wants to grab one in 2019

When NASA said last year it was planning to capture an asteroid, park it close to the moon and later send astronauts to explore it, many people had …

Police Kill 13 After Another Mysterious ‘Terrorist’ Attack In China

Chinese police gunned down 13 "terrorists" after they allegedly rammed a car rigged with explosives into a police station in the restive western province of Xinjiang.<p>The group - described variously as "rioters", "mobsters" or "terrorists" by state media - struck on Saturday morning in Yecheng, a …

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Japanese artist 非 (meaning “Hi”) first caught our attention in 2012 with his mysterious tumblr of digital illustrations that look like oils. Take a look at Hi's new work on the blog: http://hifructose.com/2014/05/30/new-portraits-by-hi-are-lonely-together/

Painting by Danny Galieote

New painting by Hi-Fructose vol.27 cover artist Erik Jones @erikjonesart

Wonderful oil painting by R. Freymuth-Frazier. http://hifructose.com/2014/06/17/r-freymuth-fraziers-unsettling-erotic-oil-paintings/

Grigor Eftimov Rubix Cube, 2011 Oil on Canvas

Los Angeles-based Korean artist Joanne Nam paints softly colored girls posed awkwardly in a blend of realism and surrealism. We visited her new studio, where we talked about her process and what inspires her: http://hifructose.com/2014/06/13/under-the-skin-studio-visit-interview-with-joanne-nam/

Colorado River researchers find signs of ancient, devastating floods

Scientists say it would have been a catastrophe of unprecedented proportions. If the Glen Canyon Dam had failed, it would have changed the lives of millions of people and reshaped the history of the American West.<p>Only a lucky break in the weather spared the dam in June 1983, as floodwaters coursed …

Longitude Prize 2014: We must reject the apocalyptic, nihilistic narrative around dementia

With the deadline for the Longitude Prize 2014’s public vote rapidly approaching, we take a closer look at the issues it is asking you to vote on in our six-day series. Today, Dr Kevin Fong makes the case for a focus on dementia<p><i>Dr Kevin Fong, Consultant Anaesthetist at UCL Hospitals, is a doctor</i> …

Woman films herself having a stroke

After being misdiagnosed with stress, Stacey Yepes took this video selfie which helped doctors correctly diagnose that she was having a mini-stroke<p>When Stacey Yepes felt the side of her face beginning to go numb, the first thing she did was a little unusual. In the long run it may well have saved …

Indian PM's push for Hindi struggles to translate in some states

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Since taking office as India’s prime minister last month, Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi has taken a clear stand in support of Hindi, pushing for it to replace English as the preferred language of the capital’s urbane and golf-playing bureaucrats.<p>India's Prime Minister …