Filip Rogne

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Fairway Found

We all come to certain holes where we say to ourselves, <i>I gotta hit this fairway</i>. Maybe it's a narrow tee shot, or your round is at a critical point. Forget for a minute the popular advice to tee the driver high and hit it on the upswing. That's a distance tip. Remember, your goal here is accuracy. …

'Heads

First up this week – <b>The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct</b>, a first-person action survival game that brings to life the authentic, heart-stopping …

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SpaceShipTwo glides past the moon

Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo rocket plane glided its way through another test flight on Wednesday, in preparation for its first powered launch later this year.<p>The plane was carried up from California's Mojave Air and Space Port, nestled beneath its WhiteKnightTwo mothership, at 7:18 a.m. PT …

The ethical quagmire of geoengineering

The question of how to tackle climate change is as complex as its potential answers are numerous. Which causes of climate change should we be concerned with, what are the potential side effects of our solution, and who benefits most from the action we choose to undertake? The most drastic set of …

Strong hints of dark matter detected by space station, physicists say

Physicists announced on Wednesday that they have discovered the most convincing evidence yet of the existence of dark matter – the particles that are …

The Size Of The Milky Way Galaxy, Shown To Scale

But don't you wish you lived in "The Tadpole"?<p>Think the Milky Way is big? It's puny compared to M87, an elliptical galaxy 980,000 light years in diameter. The Milky Way is only 100,000 light years in diameter. Let's not even get into Hercules A, which is 1.5 million light years across.<p>Astronomer …