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Hyundai's New Look Is Very Different

The Hyundai Le Fil Rouge concept is supposed to herald in the car company’s new design direction. The tagline is a little gross (“Sensuous …

Part of engine on China Eastern Airlines jet tears away after takeoff

<b>Seattle (CNN) —</b> A China Eastern Airlines jet suffered a major engine failure shortly after taking off out of Sydney for Shanghai on Sunday.<p>After the airplane landed safely back in Sydney, emergency crews found a gaping hole in the front part of the engine nacelle's structural casing, known as the …

Airplanes

Nasa's Cassini beams back images of Rhea and Titan from second "Grand Finale" dive- Technology News, Firstpost

Nasa's <b>Cassini</b> spacecraft has beamed back images from its <b>second "Grand Finale" dive</b> between Saturn and its rings. Even though Cassini found <b>mostly</b> …

Porsche BreaksGuinness Towing Record With An Airbus A380

Who said SUVs were no fun?<p>Besides hauling around dead weight like the groceries and kids on the daily, the Germans are proving that an SUV can also …

Is This the Most Valuable Car in the World?

One of the most coveted cars in the world lost its driver this week when millionaire Preston Henn, a South Florida flea-market magnate and racing …

Fort Lauderdale

A wolf in Ferrari’s clothing

The only thing Ferrari about this concept car is the logo on the front and back!<p>Not many designers exercise the right to say “Hey, let’s just …

Rose Gold

NASA Releases Saturn Video From Cassini’s First Dive Over Saturn

With Cassini’s Grand Finale mission underway, we finally know what Saturn looks like up close. NASA released a half-minute video Wednesday, made from …

One-Of-A-Kind: BMW 3002 ttii

We’ve just figured it out. The reason why folks like us have to find continued employment as writers and photographers is that people like Paul Cain …

San Diego

Your ultimate guide to mobile live-streaming

Live-streaming has become the thing to do on social media, whether you're using video to share your thoughts with friends or the entire world. You’ve probably seen some notifications that a friend is live-streaming — or watched the live stream itself on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others. But …

Social Media

Reality Is Not What We Can See

Some physicists, mind you, not many of them, are physicist-poets.<p>They see the world or, more adequately, physical reality, as a lyrical narrative written in some hidden code that the human mind can decipher.<p>Carlo Rovelli, the Italian physicist and author, is one of them. Following his best-seller</i> …

Quantum Mechanics

Scientists Create A New Kind Of Matter: Time Crystals

The crystals' patterns repeat not in space, but in time.<p>Crystals are structures in which a pattern of atoms or molecules repeats in space. Now, two teams of researchers have figured out that crystals' repeating patterns can also exist through time. These "time crystals," detailed in a new paper in …

Quantum Mechanics

Scientists have finally figured out what caused the largest volcanic eruption in human history

Now, scientists may have worked out what triggers them to blow in a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports.<p>The Toba eruption was the largest volcanic eruption witnessed in history, which covered 2,800 cubic kilometers of the surrounding area in volcanic ash, causing enormous amounts …

Geology

The Story Behind The McLaren F1’s 240.1 mph Run

Reading time: about 1 minute.<p>British<br>• Cars<br>• Engineering<p>Racing driver Andy Wallace climbed into a McLaren F1 in 1998 wearing a helmet, a button-down …

'Levitating' Moon Dust Explained in New NASA Study

A new study may explain how dust particles on the moon "levitate" just above the surface, even though there is no wind or flowing water on the moon …

A star is hurtling towards our solar system and could knock millions of asteroids straight towards Earth

The star is currently hurtling through space at about 32,000 mph, and is around 64 lightyears away. (One lightyear is around 5,878,000,000,000 miles.)<p>Gliese 710 is about half the size of our sun, and it is set to reach Earth in 1.35 million years, according to a paper published in the journal …

Universe