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Ancient Skull May Mark Where Humans First Met Neanderthals (Video)

A 55,000-year-old skull fragment found in an Israeli cave might mark one of the first areas where modern humans and Neanderthals met. (AOL Screenshot)
A 55,000-year-old skull fragment found in an Israeli cave might mark one of the first areas where modern humans and Neanderthals met. (AOL Screenshot)

Scientists are getting closer to finding the time and place where modern humans and Neanderthals first — got it on. A new study in the journal Nature may have...




  • This photo provided by the National Park Service shows dense clouds at the south rim of the Grand Canyon on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014 in Arizona. A rare weather phenomenon on Thursday had visitors looking out to a sea of thick clouds. The total cloud inversion is expected to hang over the Grand Canyon just below the rim throughout the day. (AP Photo/National Park Service, Maci MacPherson) -----

    Watch Snow Blow off of the water in this Video – Crazy!

    This time-lapse video shows snow blowing off the water near Buffalo, New York. The white clouds are memorizing as they swoop across the water.…... Read more

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    Smart Keyboard Identifies Computer Users by the Way They Type (Video)

    In a novel twist in cybersecurity, scientists have developed a self-cleaning, self-powered smart keyboard that can identify computer users by the way they type. The... Read more

  • The first images of the European Space Agency's Rosetta probe comet orbit could provide clues about its origin and how it got its unique shape. (AOL Screenshot)

    Rosetta Captures Stunning Views, Diverse Data of Comet 67P (Video)

    The first images and findings are in from the Rosetta space probe’s historic mission as the first spacecraft to ever orbit a comet. People have been eagerly awaiting... Read more

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    Desire EYE Vs Oppo N3: Which Takes the Best Selfies? (Video)

    The concept of selfies grew to such a deafening volume that the word was added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. It’s part of our everyday lexicon,... Read more

  • The water below the Antarctic ice sheet is as cold and dark as ever, but it turns out it’s not as desolate as scientists thought. There’s a whole ecosystem down there. (AOL Screenshot)

    Fish Found Living Deep Below Antarctic Ice (Video)

    The water below the Antarctic ice sheet is as cold and dark as ever, but it turns out it’s not as desolate as scientists thought... Read more

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    Why Materialism Is Not the Answer

    This talk by Rupert Sheldrake was banned by Ted because he exposes and questions the dogmas of science, which are the default worldview of the... Read more

  • In examining a layer of seafloor sediment, researchers learned that regular supernovae may not have had much to do with delivering key heavy metals to Earth. (AOL Screenshot)

    Clues to Supernovae Mystery Found at The Bottom of the Ocean (Video)

    As important as stars exploding in the sky millions of years ago were to the development of land, sea, and life itself, a complete picture... Read more

  • "UFO enthusiast" John Greenewald says he's spent 20 years collecting these docs, and believes there's a cover-up going on. (AOL Screenshot)

    130,000 Pages of UFO Investigation Docs Now Online (Video)

    The truth is out there – 130,000 pages of it. A massive amount of U.S. Air Force documents on alleged UFO sightings and investigations just... Read more

  • Using x-rays, scientists have been able to look inside thousand-year-old scrolls from an ancient Roman library and could be able to read them soon. (AOL Screenshot)

    X-Rays Could Help Scientists Read Carbonized Ancient Scrolls (Video)

    Scientists are close to solving a puzzle more than 1,000 years old: how to read ancient scrolls carbonized by an ancient volcano. The scrolls are from... Read more

  • A man moves his finger toward SVH (Servo Electric 5 Finger Gripping Hand) automated hand made by Schunk during the 2014 IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots in Madrid on November 19, 2014. (Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images)

    Should We Fear Full Artificial Intelligence? (Video)

    Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk have both famously warned us of the dangers of Artificial Intelligence, but is AI really going to lead to the... Read more

  • SpaceX wants to launch a satellite Internet network, and Google might be helping fund the project. (AOL Screenshot)

    Google May Help SpaceX Create Satellite Internet Network (Video)

    You know how Facebook wants to provide Internet to everyone on the planet? Well, now Google is looking to give Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies a... Read more

  • Show attendees play a video game wearing Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets at the Intel booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on March 17, 2014. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, file)

    CES 2015 Is Over: What Was the Coolest Tech of the Show? (Video)

    Jon R. is back to tackle more questions and queries from Buffalo readers, viewers and fans! On this episode of Ask the Buffalo, Jon answers... Read more

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    What is Quantum Computing and How It Will Change the World (Video)

    What exactly is quantum computing? Should we be exploring its possibilities? A number of high-profile companies (Google, Microsoft and IBM) as well as the U.S... Read more

  • Japanese auto giant Toyota Motor's fuel cell vehicle 'Mirai', meaning future, is displayed in Tokyo on Nov. 18, 2014. (Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images; effects added by Epoch Times)

    Are Hydrogen Car Really Safe or Will they Explode in a Crash? (Video)

    Some car companies are betting that 2015 will be the year that Hydrogen fuel becomes a viable option for powering our vehicles, and the DNews... Read more

  • A lake in Russia is considered the most polluted place in the world. And because it turned into a nuclear waste dump zone, the shores and surrounding areas are considered lethal. (AOL Screenshot)

    Lethal Lake in Russia That Could Kill You (Video)

    A lake in Russia is considered the most polluted place in the world. And because it turned into a nuclear waste dump zone, the shores... Read more

  • A matter of inches might help solve a riddle scientists have been working on for years: why rising ocean levels don't match ice melt. (AOL Screenshot)

    New Measurements Might Explain Sea-Level Rise Mystery (Video)

    A matter of inches could completely change the way scientists think about rising sea levels. (Video via National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ) A group of... Read more


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