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SCIENCE IN PICS: The Mysterious Plasma Globe
The plasma globe is a strange object that appears to trap colorful strings of light constantly moving inside ...
July 12, 2012
China’s Population Structure Traced Back Through Surnames
New research into Chinese surnames has revealed the impacts of historical migrations on the current population structure in ...
May 12, 2012
Adventure Behind the Scenes With Award-Winning Photographer
Conservation photographer Ian Shive has teamed up with Daily Interactive Networks, developers of the magazine app for National ...
May 11, 2012
Is Déjà Vu Caused by Parallel Universes? (Video)
Theoretical physicist, Dr. Michio Kaku, reveals possible causes for déjà vu.
April 29, 2012
Frequent Chocolate Consumption Linked to Lower BMI
Research finds that people who eat chocolate more often have a lower body mass index, despite consuming more ...
April 9, 2012
Study Finds Correlation Between Meditation and Brain Cortex Folding
Recent research finds a correlation between years of meditation and brain cortex folding.
March 24, 2012
David and Goliath Battle Site to Be Excavated
This summer, archaeologists will excavate the city of Azekah in Israel, the location of the legendary battle between ...
March 3, 2012
Low Vitamin D in Mothers Linked to Language Impairment in Their Children
Research finds that mothers with low vitamin D levels are more likely to have children who have language ...
February 27, 2012
Error May Have Caused CERN’s Faster-Than-Light Neutrinos Discovery
The laboratories that discovered neutrinos traveling faster than light now backtrack and state that they have found two ...
February 26, 2012
Migrating Squid May Fly to Conserve Energy
Certain species of squid could choose to fly instead of swim to travel energy efficiently while migrating.
February 24, 2012
UFO Filmed Over Thames Estuary in London
A UFO was filmed over the Thames Estuary in London on Feb. 5, according to a video uploaded ...
February 14, 2012
Study Links Overeating to Doubled Risk of Memory Loss
A calorie intake between 2,100 and 6,000 calories per day may more than double the risk of mild ...
February 13, 2012
King of Jordan Funding Star Trek Attraction
Jordan's King Abdullah II is a major investor in the $1.5 billion resort, Red Sea Astrarium, which includes ...
August 11, 2011
Turkey Backs Off on Internet Censoring
Turkey's Information Technologies Board (BTK) announced it would delay implementing a government-controlled Internet filter until Nov. 22.
August 10, 2011
Nearly One-Third Afghans Face Food Shortages
The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) estimates that nearly 9 million Afghans—about a third of the population—face ...
August 9, 2011
US First: Joining Nagasaki Memorial
For the first time ever, the United States will have a representative at the Peace Memorial Ceremony in ...
August 8, 2011
Five Guys Raise $1.6 Million for Pakistan
In 2010, Pakistan suffered the most devastating floods in its history.
August 6, 2011
France Opens Case Against New IMF Chief
A French court on Thursday opened a case against the International Monetary Fund's new chief,Christine Lagarde.
August 4, 2011
Somali Famine Spreads to Three New Areas
The United Nations announced on Wednesday that famine has now spread to three new areas in southern Somalia. ...
August 3, 2011
EU Approves New EU-Wide Online Shopping Rules
New EU-wide rules giving consumers more protection in online shopping was approved by the European Parliament on Thursday.
June 24, 2011
Three Civilians Shot and Wounded in Belfast Riots
Both nationalist and loyalist communities have been damaged in the riots.
June 22, 2011
Clinton Supports Saudi Women Drivers
Secretary of State Hilary Clinton gave her support to Saudi women wanting permission to drive in a speech ...
June 21, 2011
Huntsman Set to Announce Presidential Run
Jon Huntsman, the former Republican Utah governor and China ambassador, is set to officially announce his candidacy next ...
June 20, 2011
No Arrests Reported of Saudi Women Drivers
The June 17 campaign, aimed at changing these laws, was driven by the Facebook group Women2Drive.
June 18, 2011
New Bill Targets Mexican Crime Tunnels
A new bill was introduced to the Senate today to restrict and prevent the building of crime tunnels ...
June 16, 2011
Morganza Spillway to Open on Saturday
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is expecting to open the Morganza Spillway in Louisiana on Saturday, diverting ...
May 13, 2011
Largest Spider Fossil Discovered in China
The largest fossil spider ever found has been discovered in Inner Mongolia, China.
April 21, 2011
States Warn BlackRock to Stop Pushing Political Agenda
Movie Review: ‘What Is a Woman?’
Roger L. Simon
, Co-founder of PJ Media
Painkillers Damage the Liver and Kidney: How to Take Them Safely
A Major Step Towards Nuclear Fusion As Researchers Confirm Scientific Ignition
Brother of Marine Killed in Afghanistan Withdrawal Commits Suicide
Florida Confirms Its First Case of Child Monkeypox
Lab Rat Offspring Got Rib Malformations From COVID Vaccine: Moderna Trial Documents
Lifestyle: To Avoid Self-Destruction at College, Be Careful What You Pack for Class
Candidate Debates Become Sticking Point in Pennsylvania’s Governor and Senate Races
NYC Is ‘Most Dangerous Sanctuary Community’ in US, Says Report on Illegal Alien Policies