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With climate change, the question is no longer “if” but “how sudden”

Climate change researchers have taken a new approach to calculating the effects of shifting global weather patterns by using existing data to …

Nanoparticles in foods raise safety questions

It seemed like a small thing when Paul Westerhoff’s 8-year-old son appeared, with his tongue and lips coated bright white. The boy had just polished …

FBI Data Reveals 'Most Dangerous Cities in America'

It's that time of year when the FBI releases crime statistics for cities across the United States. The people at Law Street (via <i>Esquire</i>) took that …

How Tesla is ushering in the age of the learning car

While Tesla’s new hands-free driving is drawing a lot of interest this week, it’s the technology behind-the-scenes of the company’s newly-enabled …

Sooo, we may have proof that aliens exist

Bring up any sort of alien life form, and the topic is hotly debated. Many scientists are strongly against suggesting that aliens exist out there in …

Supreme Court justice took part in case despite wife’s stock ownership

WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer had a conflict of interest under federal law when he heard arguments in a case this week …

Mexican drug baron El Chapo narrowly evades recapture

Joaquin Guzman suffers leg and face injuries during military operation to take him back into custody<p>The fugitive drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was wounded during a failed operation to recapture him in western Mexico last week, according to local authorities.<p>Guzman escaped after only 17 months …

10 Tricks to Improve Your Wi-Fi Signal at Home

Life without reliable internet access is like a taxi driver without a reliable car. Living in the digital age where information is given and received …

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Can you spot EARTH in this stunning image? If you think you can, prepare to be ASTONISHED

GETTYOur sun, the tiny white speck bottom left, shown next to red hyper giant VY Canis Majoris<p>This staggering image shows how our sun - which is so …

Is this region empty of stars?

Meet the Coalsack Nebula, a cloud of dust and gas in space – birthplace for new stars. In millions of years, the Coalsack’s stars will light up and …

Apple’s Newest ResearchKit Apps Will Study Autism, Epilepsy, And Melanoma

Transforming clinical studies, one app at a time<p>Apple announced yesterday that it is planning to use its ResearchKit platform to study three huge health problems: epilepsy, autism, and melanoma.<p>ResearchKit is Apple's open-source health software platform that lets researchers design apps for medical …

Sierra Leone's stinking seaweed linked to Caribbean invasion

The pristine white beaches may not be as famous as those of the Caribbean, but their unspoilt beauty makes them a haven for locals and tourists alike.<p>But now the shimmering coastline of Sierra Leone is being destroyed by a mysterious brown seaweed which scientists link to a similar invasion …

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Here's what 'geniuses' do when they're given over half a million dollars

This year's class is 24 people, including Stanford University computer scientist Christopher Re, who builds data-processing systems that can be used for anything from finding human traffickers to analyzing genes, and neuroscientist Beth Stevens, PhD, who studies how miscommunication between brain …

The first human head transplant: 'it will be a success'

It may sound like something from Mary Shelley's <i>Frankenstein</i>, but the possibility of the world's first human head transplant is very real. In December …

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Mindful Sex

Meditation and sex might not be the two things you’d most naturally associate. One involves sitting alone in silence while the other is rather more …

Astronomers have spotted something in space that looks like it could have been made by aliens

"Aliens should always be the very last hypothesis you consider, but this looked like something you would expect an alien civilisation to build," Jason Wright, an astronomer from Penn State University in the US, told The Atlantic.<p>The star, KIC 8462852, is located about 1,500 light-years away between …

The Problem With Atheism

I’ve been writing Daily Zen since I was 14. When I was in high school, I found myself intoxicated by various introductions to new ideas. I became …

As World Turns it Drags Time and Space

An international team of NASA and university researchers has dramatically improved the accuracy of the first direct evidence that the Earth drags …

Why Tesla employees fear Elon Musk, as told by one of the company's cofounders

In his new book, "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future," Bloomberg's Ashlee Vance paints a thorough portrait of Musk and what it was like to work alongside him — illustrating both the upsides and downsides that come with it.<p>J.B. Straubel, Tesla's chief technology officer …

10 Greatest Unsolved Mysteries In Physics

It can seem like an uphill challenge to try to understand the universe around us. We have found many answers to the mysteries in our world: how …

About that doomsday asteroid that was supposed to hit Earth today...

<b>(CNN) —</b> Good news Earthlings, we survived a "potential" asteroid collision.<p>NASA put out another statement this past week that asteroid 86666 (2000 FL 10) was going to pass safely by Earth on Saturday, seeking to quell what had become doomsday panic among some.<p>"It poses zero threat," the space …

QC calls for ruling to 'scotch' claims that challenge 'consensus' on global warming

An international conference of top judges hears call for 'judicial determination' of the scientific evidence<p>We might think a proposal to an international conference of top judges - assembled in the highest courtroom in Britain - for a ruling to 'scotch' claims that challenge the 'consensus' on …

Underground fire outside St. Louis has burned since 2010, nears nuclear waste dump

Beneath the surface of a St. Louis-area landfill lurk two things that should never meet: a slow-burning fire and a cache of Cold War-era nuclear waste, separated by no more than 1,200 feet.<p>Government officials have quietly adopted an emergency plan in case the smoldering embers ever reach the …

Everything you need to know about the mysterious cosmic phenomenon astrophysicists call a 'white hole'

So what in the universe is a white hole?<p>It's imagination day, and we're going to talk about fantasy creatures. Like unicorns, but even rarer. Like leprechauns, but even more fantastical!<p>Today, we're going to talk about white holes. Before we talk about white holes, let's talk about black holes.<p>And …

Snowden answered the question, 'Aren't you a traitor?' — and it was puzzling

"Aren't you a traitor?" Peter Taylor of the BBC asked.<p>"Of course not," Snowden answered.<p>"The question is, 'If I [were] a traitor, who did I betray?' I gave all of my information to American journalists and free society generally."<p>What's puzzling about that answer is that Snowden contradicts what he …

Map reveals ghostly antineutrinos lurking within Earth

A look inside of Earth has revealed the hiding places of weird antimatter particles that are nearly massless, resulting in a global map of the planet's so-called antineutrinos.<p>Antineutrinos are the antimatter versions of neutrinos, particles so light and insubstantial that they rarely interact with …