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Chris Pratt Muses On Who Would Win In A Fight: Captain America Or Star-Lord?

Comic Book Resources recently interviewed Chris Pratt about multiple topics, including whether or not he’s the next Indiana Jones as rumored. He reiterated what he’s already said; nobody’s offered him the job yet.<p>He was also charmingly self-effacing when summing up his career: “So far, so good. …

Marvel Universe

Crazy "missing link" Darwin fish can breathe air, walk on land AND climb trees!

In Australia, there is a fish that has lungs, can walk on dry land, and breathe air, for up to six days. It’s not a new species, but it’s on the …

Papua New Guinea

How MIT Students Won $8 Million in the Massachusetts Lottery

Maybe Uncle Ben was right: With great power comes great responsibility. While most students at the famed Massachusetts Institute of Technology use …

Viewing A Universe In Flux

The phenomenally successful Hubble Space Telescope turned 25 last month.<p>To celebrate the occasion, the Hubble team released a spectacular photo of a "stellar nursery," a region of space where huge amounts of gas and dust churn dramatically under gravity's never-resting arms to create new stars and, …

Absolutely Stunning 3-D View of a Cosmic Cloud

To call Finnish astrophotographer J-P Metsävainio a magician is definitely not an exaggeration! Take a look at his latest handiwork, this amazing 3-D …

Quantum physics: What is really real?

A wave of experiments is probing the root of quantum weirdness.<p>Owen Maroney worries that physicists have spent the better part of a century engaging …

Google is endangering cops

<b>(CNN) —</b> For the fifth year in a row in 2014, ambush attacks on police officers were the No. 1 cause of felonious deaths of law enforcement officers in the line of duty. Nevertheless, Google continues to market a smartphone application that lets lawbreakers pinpoint the location of police officers …