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Watch Blue Origin launch and land its New Shepard vehicle for the fourth time today

This morning, private spaceflight venture Blue Origin will try once again to launch and land its reusable New Shepard rocket — the company’s vehicle that’s designed to take passengers to and from the edge of space. It will be the fourth test flight for this New Shepard vehicle, scheduled to take …

Exploration

This is what the inside of Hyperloop pods could look like

As Elon Musk's Hyperloop transportation design competition approaches its final round, two private companies have been working independently to pull together their own versions of a hyperloop transport system.<p>Hyperloop Transportation Technologies is one of those two companies. So far, the …

High-speed Rail

Scientists Identify The Protein That Could Prevent Tumor Growth in Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is an ongoing concern for women of a variety of ages. Those that have been exposed to the Human Papillomavirus are the most …

Cancer
Islamic State (ISIS)

How to Use Flaxseed and Flaxseed Meal

Many people are adding flaxseeds and ground flaxseed meal to their diets as flax is gluten-free and low-carb. The flax seed also carries a big …

Nutrition

Science reveals what happens as you get drunker

Alcohol consumption has been a part of human culture for thousands of years. But while we have a general understanding of alcohol's effects — most …

Alcohol

How our brains tell the difference between real and fake

Humans are better than computers at spotting differences so subtle they can’t be described<p>If you walked into a toilet cubicle and saw a bomb strapped to the back of the door, would you know if it were real? You’d just run. And you would be right to. It’s difficult to tell the difference unless …

17 Foods That Contain Chemicals & Food Dyes

You know the beautiful pink hue that makes a salmon fillet look so delicious? And the toasty brown color that makes your cinnamon-flavored oatmeal …

Nutrition

Five Important Facts About Cancer That Nobody Ever Talks About

I'm in!<p>It’s hard to believe that approximately one in every two people will develop some form of cancer within their lifetime. As a result, cancer …

Are Your Plastic Containers Making You Sick?

While you are reading this, there is a high chance that you are consuming food or water which has come in contact with plastic sometime before you …

Russians make world's deepest dive under ice

Divers from Russian Geographical Society descend 102 metres below sea ice in the White Sea<p>Two Russian explorers have set a record for the deepest ice dive in the White Sea in the far north.<p>Maxim Astakhov and Alexander Gubin of the Russian Geographical Society descended 102 metres (335ft) beneath …

Your Bank Wants to Know Where You Are At All Times

Banks are beginning to use their customers’ cell phone locations to crack down on credit card fraud. By tracking users’ phones, banks believe they …

Here's What Happens To Your Dog's Brain When He Sees You

Dog has been man’s best friend for more than 18,000 years, and a new study has shown there’s a lot more evidence of our kinship with dogs than the …

Pets

What Trump, Rubio and Cruz are betting on to win the Nevada caucuses

Ted Cruzis trying to drum up support in rural Nevada fromRepublicansangry at the federal government's control of most of the state's land.<p>Marco Rubiowants to lay claim to the Mormon vote that droveMitt Romney's two big victories in presidential caucuses here.<p>And in a state with a large immigrant …

Government

Madonna Hopes to See Son Rocco 'Soon' as Custody Battle Continues: 'I Miss This Boy'

Madonna‘s “Rebel Heart” is filled with love for her son Rocco.<p>Early Monday, the singer took to Instagram with a sweet photo and message for her …

Guy Ritchie

Guinness is going vegan. Here’s the gross ingredient they have to replace first.

Ever wondered why Guinness has such a smooth texture?<p>One reason: fish guts.<p>Isinglass, a gelatinous substance obtained from fish bladders, has long …

Alcohol

Why did the clocks change this weekend? What is Daylight Savings Time and why do we still use it?

<b>The clocks went back this weekend, giving us all a blissful extra hour in bed. From Sandringham Time to why we even have Daylight Saving Time in the first place, here's everything you need to know about the autumn time change.</b><p>When did the clocks go back?<p>This morning at 2am, the UK reverted to …

Solar device shatters records for splitting water - Futurity

A new "artificial leaf" system that uses solar energy to split water and create hydrogen fuel is the safest and most efficient one ever designed.

Hydrogen

When and where can I see the 'Supermoon' 2015 and 'Blood Moon'?

Tonight's 'Supermoon' is the first of three spectacular lunar shows this year<p>Tonight, sky watchers across Britain will be able to see the first of three Supermoons this year.<p>That means the moon will be very full and bright in the sky, because it has come very close to earth.<p>Tonight's full moon will …

Tropical Storm Erika Kills At Least 20 in Caribbean, Florida Governor Declares Emergency

The governor of Florida declared a state of emergency Friday ahead of Tropical Storm Erika, which has killed at least 20 people as it rakes the Caribbean.<p>Gov. Rick Scott said the storm constitutes a "severe threat." It is forecast to hit Florida on Monday, but it's not clear how strong the storm …

Weather

High childhood IQ linked to bipolar disorder later in life

Is bipolar disorder the price humans must pay for creativity and intelligence?<p>High childhood IQ levels are linked to an increased risk of bipolar disorder later in life, according to new research.<p>The study, carried out at the University of Glasgow, measured the IQ of a large group of people aged …

The Brain