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LHC Creates Tiny Drops of Big Bang 'Blood Spatter'
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has recreated the world's tiniest droplets of a primordial state of matter that last existed moments after the Big Bang, some 13.82 billion years ago. Continue reading →
Wi-Fi Network Breaks Speed Record
A Wi-fi Network hits 40GB per second for long-distance data transmission. Continue reading →
How Close Is This Star Trek Tech?
The latest film puts a new spin on some old chestnuts. How close are we to this Starfleet tech?
Victorian Era Brits Were Smarter Than Us
The average intelligence level of Victorian-era individuals was higher than that of people today, according to a new study. Continue reading →
Venus, Jupiter and Mercury Will Dance on May 28
Later this month, three planets will gather very close in the twilight sky -- make sure you don't miss this stunning conjunction!
When Will Humans Upload Their Brains to Computers?
Computers are getting smarter and faster; what's lagging is a way to scan and transfer our brain.
1998 QE2: Massive Asteroid to Make 'Royal' Flyby
A big asteroid will cruise by Earth at the end of the month, making its closest approach to our planet for at least the next two centuries.
Swirling Waters Seen From Space
Ka-pow! If phytoplankton could make noise, this is what they might sound like off the coast of France this spring. Continue reading →
Opportunity Breaks NASA's 40-Year Roving Record
After nine years of hard Mars roving, Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity has broken a 40-year-old extraterrestrial distance record. Continue reading →
Dust Devils Rip Up Mars' 'Etch A Sketch' Surface
In side-by-side comparisons of observations of the same Mars region years apart, the active Martian atmosphere acts like an Etch A Sketch, rubbing out dust devils' tracks only for them to re-form years later.
What's It Really Like to Be a Spy?
Two CIA veterans explain what it takes to work for the Agency.
Melting Glaciers Cause One-Third of Sea-Level Rise
Goodbye, glaciers. These rivers of ice are melting worldwide.
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