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Photo: Russia says space station leak may be sabotage Russia says space station leak may be sabotage
Phys.org - Wed Sep 5, 2018
Russia launched checks Tuesday after its space chief said an air leak on the International Space Station last week could have been deliberate sabotage. More»

Photo: GOP Senators Accuse National Science Foundation Of Funding Climate 'Propaganda' GOP Senators Accuse National Science Foundation Of Funding Climate 'Propaganda'
Huffington Post - Mon Jun 25, 2018
Four Republican senators this week demanded an investigation of the National Science Foundation's grants, accusing the federal agency of "propagandizing" by supporting a program to encourage TV meteorologists to report on climate change. More»

Photo: Organic Matter Found on Mars, NASA Reveals in Major Announcement Organic Matter Found on Mars, NASA Reveals in Major Announcement
The Independent - Thu Jun 7, 2018
Nasa's Curiosity rover has found organic matter preserved on Mars, in a discovery that could suggest it was once home to life. More»

Photo: 'Explosive Eruption' at Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Sends Ash Into Air 'Explosive Eruption' at Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Sends Ash Into Air
NBC New York - Thu May 17, 2018
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano experienced an "explosive eruption" before dawn Thursday, shooting a steely gray plume of ash from its summit about 25,000 feet into the sky that began raining down on a nearby town, officials said. More»

Photo: Climate change dials down Atlantic Ocean heating system Climate change dials down Atlantic Ocean heating system
BBC - Fri Apr 13, 2018
A significant shift in the system of ocean currents that helps keep parts of Europe warm could send temperatures in the UK lower, scientists have found. More»

Photo: Stephen Hawking Funeral held today at Cambridge church Stephen Hawking Funeral held today at Cambridge church
Daily Mail - Sat Mar 31, 2018
Crowds lined the streets to pay their final respects to the much admired scientist and a spontaneous round of applause broke out as six porters from the physicist's former college carried his coffin from the hearse into the church. More»

Photo: Stephen Hawking dies aged 76 Stephen Hawking dies aged 76
BBC - Wed Mar 14, 2018
The British theoretical physicist was known for his groundbreaking work with black holes and relativity, and was the author of several popular science books including A Brief History of Time. More»

Photo: How LSD Makes Music Profoundly Awesome How LSD Makes Music Profoundly Awesome
AlterNet - Sat Mar 10, 2018
Listening to Jimi Hendrix on acid back in the day was absolutely mind-melting. More»

Photo: Students in Louisiana thought this math symbol looked like a gun. Police were called Students in Louisiana thought this math symbol looked like a gun. Police were called
Miami Herald - Mon Feb 26, 2018
A discussion among students at Oberlin High School in Oberlin, Louisiana, about a mathematical symbol led to a police investigation and a search of one of the student's homes, according to the Allen Parish Sheriff's Office. More»

Photo: River of flowing ROCKS in New Zealand after cyclone Gita strikes River of flowing ROCKS in New Zealand after cyclone Gita strikes
Daily Mail - Sun Feb 25, 2018
This incredible video shows a river of rocks flowing down a gorge in New Zealand after they were dislodged by Cyclone Gita. More»

Photo: New Form of Water, Both Liquid and Solid, Is 'Really Strange' New Form of Water, Both Liquid and Solid, Is 'Really Strange'
New York Times - Sat Feb 10, 2018
Long theorized to be found in the mantles of Uranus and Neptune, the confirmation of the existence of superionic ice could lead to the development of new materials. More»

Photo: Fukushima nuclear disaster: Lethal levels of radiation detected in leak seven years after plant meltdown in Japan Fukushima nuclear disaster: Lethal levels of radiation detected in leak seven years after plant meltdown in Japan
The Independent - Tue Feb 6, 2018
Lethal levels of radiation have been detected at Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant, seven years after it was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami. More»

Photo: Oklahoma Earthquakes: Oil Industry Took State from Seismic Dead Zone to Hotspot in a Decade Oklahoma Earthquakes: Oil Industry Took State from Seismic Dead Zone to Hotspot in a Decade
Newsweek - Fri Feb 2, 2018
"There are better ways we can be doing things," says Erin Brockovich, the environmental activist portrayed in the Oscar-winning 2000 film, who has become one of the latest people to draw attention to the frequent man-made earthquakes plaguing the US state of Oklahoma. More»

Photo: Scientists Sue EPA Over 'Attempt To Delegitimize Science' Scientists Sue EPA Over 'Attempt To Delegitimize Science'
Huffington Post - Thu Jan 25, 2018
The Environmental Protection Agency has been sued over an October directive issued by Administrator Scott Pruitt prohibiting scientists who receive funding from the agency from serving on its advisory boards. More»

Photo: John Young, one of the most legendary astronauts in history, has died John Young, one of the most legendary astronauts in history, has died
Associated Press - Sun Jan 7, 2018
Legendary astronaut John Young, who walked on the moon and later commanded the first space shuttle flight, has died, according to a statement from NASA. More»

Photo: Body of Iraq WMD dossier scientist David Kelly exhumed Body of Iraq WMD dossier scientist David Kelly exhumed
The Guardian - Sun Oct 29, 2017
The body of Dr David Kelly, the government chemical weapons expert who killed himself in 2003 after being outed as the source of a BBC story, has been exhumed, police have confirmed. More»

Photo: "Negative mass" created at Washington State University "Negative mass" created at Washington State University
Resonance Science Foundation - Sat Aug 19, 2017
Washington State University physicists have created a fluid with negative mass, which is exactly what it sounds like. More»

Photo: This Quantum Theory Predicts That The Future Might Be Influencing The Past This Quantum Theory Predicts That The Future Might Be Influencing The Past
Science Alert - Fri Jul 7, 2017
One of the weirder aspects of quantum mechanics could be explained by an equally weird idea - that causation can run backwards in time as well as forwards. More»

Photo: The Long, Weird Half-Life of Trinitite The Long, Weird Half-Life of Trinitite
Atlas Obscura/Cara Giaimo - Thu Jul 6, 2017
The synthetic material-forged in the blast of the first nuclear bomb test-has been buried, sold, collected, displayed, and even made into jewelry. More»

Photo: EPA accelerates purge of scientists EPA accelerates purge of scientists
Think Progress - Wed Jun 21, 2017
Members of the EPA's Board of Scientific Counselors were told that they would not see their tenure renewed. More»

Photo: Cassini to meet 'spectacular end' Cassini to meet 'spectacular end'
Trib Live - Sun Apr 23, 2017
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida - NASA's Cassini spacecraft faces one last perilous adventure around Saturn. More»

Photo: White House Blocks Listing of Bumble Bee As Endangered Species White House Blocks Listing of Bumble Bee As Endangered Species
Gizmodo - Mon Feb 13, 2017
The rusty-patched bumble bee was scheduled to be added to the endangered species list on Friday but The US Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that process will need to be reviewed due to an executive order from the president. More»

Photo: A US-born NASA scientist was detained at the border until he unlocked his phone A US-born NASA scientist was detained at the border until he unlocked his phone
The Verge - Sun Feb 12, 2017
Two weeks ago, Sidd Bikkannavar flew back into the United States after spending a few weeks abroad in South America. More»

Photo: Scientists have confirmed a brand new form of matter: time crystals Scientists have confirmed a brand new form of matter: time crystals
Science Alert - Sat Jan 28, 2017
For months now, there's been speculation that researchers might have finally created time crystals - strange crystals that have an atomic structure that repeats not just in space, but in time, putting them in perpetual motion without energy. More»

Trump Goes to War on Science: Badlands National Park tweets on climate change deleted; messages defied Trump policy
Raw Story/Washington Times - Wed Jan 25, 2017
Apparently defying the Trump administration's new social media policy, the Badlands National Park went rogue for a few hours on Tuesday and tweeted several scientific facts related to climate change - but the tweets were deleted as the White House apparently reeled in the wayward park. More»

Photo: New Zealand earthquake: Tsunami follows powerful tremor New Zealand earthquake: Tsunami follows powerful tremor
BBC - Sun Nov 13, 2016
The US Geological Survey said the magnitude-7.8 quake hit just after midnight (11:02 GMT on Sunday), some 95km (59 miles) from Christchurch. More»

Neuroscientists explore the biological basis of not giving a sh*t
Raw Story - Thu Sep 1, 2016
We tend to look down on apathy, a quality associated with laziness, civic disaffection and moral indifference. More»

Photo: New Evidence Could Overthrow the Standard View of Quantum Mechanics New Evidence Could Overthrow the Standard View of Quantum Mechanics
Wired - Sat May 21, 2016
Of the many counterintuitive features of quantum mechanics, perhaps the most challenging to our notions of common sense is that particles do not have locations until they are observed. More»

Photo: Is there a pistol on the red planet? Conspiracy theorists claim to have spotted hand gun on Martian surface Is there a pistol on the red planet? Conspiracy theorists claim to have spotted hand gun on Martian surface
Daily Mail - Thu Feb 18, 2016
A handgun on Mars has led conspiracy theorists to believe alien outlaws may be running amuck on the red planet. More»

Photo: Gravitational Waves Found in 1.3 Billion Year Old Black Hole Collision Gravitational Waves Found in 1.3 Billion Year Old Black Hole Collision
PBS Nova - Thu Feb 11, 2016
Last September, physicists started recording data from the new Advanced LIGO detectors, a pair of ultra-precise observatories waiting for the slightest perturbation that could suggest the existence of gravitational waves, the ripples in spacetime predicted by Einstein almost exactly 100 years ago. More»

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