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Some people might take a vacation and leave their residence unmanned for a few weeks or even months, but one apartment in Paris was left isolated for about 70 years. The beautifully preserved space, which
Aliens, man. If we would only listen to them, the world would be a better place. It's not necessarily shocking to hear somebody claim that at least four different species of aliens have visited the Earth,
Modeled after a Nerf gun--but with 200,000 volts under the hood While browsing a bookstore near his home in Seattle last year, Rob Flickenger came across a graphic novel titled The Five Fists of Science.
And a lemon, and some other stuff. But mostly pennies. Skip the tangled strings of holiday lights this year and go wireless using a few copper-coated cents. U.S. pennies minted since 1982 conceal a zinc
Deep below the streets of New York City lie its vital organs—a water system, subways, railroads, tunnels, sewers, drains, and power and cable lines—in a vast, three-dimensional tangle. Penetrating this
Propulsion systems that could carry astronauts to Mars and beyond. STAR-48 The fastest chemical rocket ever, the Star-48 engine was built to launch satellites and was recently incorporated into the New
No. No, they're not. It seems like everything can make us addicted these days. Our iPhones. The internet. Oreos. But just because something is pleasurable and causes a relevant reward area of your brain
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, a group few have heard of, was just awarded the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize. It's well-deserved. Here's who they are. The Nobel Committee announced
After the skinny jean, the make-you-skinny jean Skinny jeans are old news. This autumn the retail buzz is about a new breed of denim: make-you-skinny jeans. Innovations in fabric technology seldom make
Thomas Peisel will teach you to reign over the witching hour Maybe the vast majority of your recollected dreams involve public speaking in the nude, or repeatedly failing your college chemistry final.
You don't always need suitcases full of cash to enjoy the Caribbean Sea – cradled in its western corner lie a number of idyllic island groups that are surprisingly easy on the pocket. Here's our guide
As attention turns to the aftermath of Colorado’s record floods, people have been warned to stay out of the lingering water because it may contain harmful chemicals and sewage, officials said. Emergency
Our solar system extends a lot further than we first thought. Astrophysicist Charles Alcock says exploring its outer reaches may shed light on the Earth’s beginnings. Most of the Universe is invisible.
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And how researchers want to make a robotic arm out of the technique Crabs, birds, and manta rays regularly try to crush sea horses for dinner, but a sea horse has some unusual protective armor. Its tail
Chaser isn't just learning objects by name: she's beginning to understand the basic structure of human language. "Chaser, this is Dan. Chaser! This is Dan," said Deb Pilley, a classical musician who goes