Terry Dungan

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Microscope Images Show Topography Of Tears

A new art exhibit shows similarites between mountains and salt crystals.<p>We cry for various reasons: happiness, sadness, cutting onions. But almost invariably, we wipe away those tears or they are otherwise dried up, washed away or discarded. But photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher decided to do just the …

Onions

Two skydiving planes collide in Wisconsin - and everyone lives

It was Mike Robinson's 937th skydive and his very first"freak" accident.<p>One moment, the 64-year-old skydiving instructor was clinging to a plane over Wisconsin on Saturday at sunset, ready to jump with eight others. All nine were on two Cessnas cruising in close formation, with all but two jumpers …

Google Has Added Quantum Physics To 'Minecraft' [Video]

It's as trippy as you suspect.<p>"Minecraft," the Lego-style, build-your-own-game game, has been the canvas for some awesome projects. (For just one example: this gigantic scientific graphing calculator.) Now Google's Quantum A.I. Lab is taking it in an even weirder direction: quantum physics.<p>The team …

Quantum Physics

When you bend the world’s thinnest glass, this happens

Researchers used an electron microscope to bend, deform, and melt a one-molecule-thick glass.<p>These are all things that happen just before glass …

Zircon hints at Yellowstone hotspot’s future

A super-eruption in the Yellowstone volcanic field is even less likely than scientists have thought, say researchers.<p>A thorough examination of tiny …

My handsome little guy

X&Y, Science Museum, review

Marcus du Sautoy and Victoria Gould's theatrical maths lesson doesn't add up to much<p>Two variables walk into a cube. That’s not the set up for a boffin’s bad joke, but the actual start of X&Y – a maths lesson masquerading as <b>theatre</b> from Oxford’s current Simonyi <b>Professor Marcus du Sautoy</b> and …