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Photographer Documents a Traveler's Exit from Monument Valley and the Visual Experience that Accompanies It

<i>Leaving Monument Valley,</i> a series of images by a photographer who would rather be known as Mojo2u, documents a traveler’s exit from Monument Valley, …

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Deep Life Quotes, Chiba-shi, Chiba, Japan. 815,450 likes · 19,646 talking about this. By Robert Tew - Deep Life Quotes - Live Life Happy - This page …

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What is a hurricane?

Hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones are powerful tropical storms that cause billions of pounds of damage every year and kill hundreds. Here we look at what they are<p>The remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo are due to hit Britain this week, while Tropical Cyclone Ana narrowly missed Hawaii last weekend. In …

A Strong Sex Life Helps Couples Cope With The Trials Of Aging

Health problems can put a strain on a marriage at any age. But as we get older, chronic illnesses can make it even tougher to keep the spark alive.<p>Scientists at the University of Chicago have uncovered one way couples can offset the stresses of illness and aging: more physical intimacy.<p>Couples who …

What Escapes A Black Hole?

Now that's dark<p>Black holes have a bad rap. They’re known for sucking in everything around them, but matter can actually break away from their grasp, in the form of jets. Although astronomers have been aware of this for half a century, they didn’t know what exactly the jets were made of until last …

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The Science of Cheese Is Weirder Than You Think

Cheese is not just food, it’s a variety show. The multitude of aromas, flavors, and textures found in cheeses throughout the world is more than we …

Video: Giant Atmospheric River Wallops the West Coast With Rain

Author: Betsy Mason. Betsy Mason Science<p>Date of Publication: 03.01.14.<p>Time of Publication: 6:31 am. 6:31 am<p>Data from NASA’s Aqua satellite shows an …

Disease Spreading From Honeybees

Two pathogens that infect honeybees have crossed over to their wild bumblebee cousins.<p>Honeybees have gotten a lot of sympathy for their mysterious declines. But a recent study has shown that the honey-makers are spreading their worst diseases to their cousins the bumblebees.<p>A study published online …

How the Blind Dream

Most of my dreams are boring. I’m typically talking to someone I know, either on the phone or in person, in a familiar place. The conversations tend to include ideas that I’ve read about or experienced recently in my waking life. Some of my dreams don’t even have the intrigue of another character; …

Exercise Could Aid Concussion Recovery

A concussion is a discomposing slog to your brain, so it makes intuitive sense—even to the medical community—that lying very, very still should provide the fastest recovery. But concussed patients whose symptoms last longer than three weeks may benefit from getting up and exercising, according to a …

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Putting mazes on the floor improves rat race - Futurity

Rodents, whose vision is sharpest when looking down, can learn tasks faster when images are projected onto the floor instead of onto the walls.

Tool making gives insight into early human mind

Six-sided snowflakes bloom in slow motion

Scientists in Japan to put Stars-2 satellite into orbit to trial space cleanup

Space Tethered Autonomous Robotic Satellite-2 designed to harness space debris and make orbital lanes safe for exploration<p>It sounds like an idea for a niche movie aimed at sci-fi anoraks: a floating magnetic net that harnesses tonnes of wayward space junk and makes the overcrowded orbital lanes …

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Neil DeGrasse Tyson Explains Why The Cosmos Shouldn't Make You Feel Small

When it comes to "callings" we usually think of people who feel drawn to religious career paths. But if you ask Neil deGrasse Tyson how he became an astrophysicist he says: "I think the universe called me. I feel like I had no say in the matter."<p>Tyson, director of the Hayden Planetarium at the …

Max Valier's 1924 Thoughts on Rocket Planes

When we think about early pioneers in rocketry, three names come to mind: Hermann Oberth, Robert Goddard, and Konstantin Tsiolkovsky. Max Valier rarely, if ever, makes the list, but perhaps he should. Valier was one of the earlier popularizers of rocketry, writing popular articles and books that …

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