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This Astros fan threw a worse first pitch than 50 Cent

The king has been usurped.<p>Your browser does not support iframes.<p>If you plan to fail at something baseball-related then you better bring the heat, because the Houston Astros will ALWAYS find a way to one-up you. On Tuesday night this came in the form of a first pitch, one so bad that 50 Cent has …

At Last, Scientists Unravel Mystery of Death Valley’s Moving Rocks

The first witnesses to an enduring natural mystery are an engineer, a biologist and a planetary scientist who met thanks to a remote weather station.<p>This odd group has captured the first video footage of Death Valley's sailing stones creeping across Racetrack Playa. For a century, these eerie rocks …

Earth Science

The Fitness Band/Alarm Clock That Motivates You with Electric Shocks

Goodbye, self-motivation. Hello, 340 volts of move your ass.<p><b>It's hard to fathom</b> a feature missing from modern fitness bands and smartwatches. They measure heart rate, blood pressure, sleep patterns, steps, fat, and funds. Now fitness bands do one more thing: Shock the piss out of you.<p>Coming in …

Bands

Astronomers Find Dense Galaxy Core Furiously Creating Stars

<b>Astronomers Find Dense Galaxy Core Furiously Creating Stars</b><p>Using the #Hubble, +Spitzer Space Telescope and Herschel Space Telescopes astronomers have discovered a tiny powerhouse galaxy from the early universe with a growing core that is blazing with the light of millions of newborn stars, forming at a ferocious rate.<p>Although only a fraction of the size of the Milky Way, the tiny galaxy already contains about twice as many stars as our galaxy, all crammed into a region only 6,000 light-years …

​How Escaped Chunks of Earth May Be Seeding Life Throughout the Solar System

The chances that Earth has sent out alien invaders of its own are better than you think.<p>The notion that life can hitchhike its way through space via comets and asteroids has captured the human imagination for over a century. The concept, called lithopanspermia, is probably best known from its …